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Saturday, September 15

United Ireland would see living standards in Republic fall by 15%: The Irish Times
Eoin Burke-Kennedy

Government puts Brexit deal ahead of Border: Irish Independent
Shona Murray

Claims Brexit may re-ignite conflict dubbed 'reckless and outrageous': The News Letter

Voice of people of the North needs to be heard in European Parliament post Brexit says Derry MEP: Derry Now

Brexit – Martina Anderson accused of 'whinging' over driving permits issue: The News Letter
Duncan Elder

EU urged to agree single time zone that could divide Ireland: The Times
Ellen Coyne

We are never going back to dark and divisive days of decades past: Irish Independent
Simon Coveney

Shambolic politicians and Brexit make progress difficult: The News Letter
Sandra Chapman

MPs call for ban on Irish fishing vessels after Brexit: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

Government has 'sticking plaster approach' to NI, says Andrew Murrison: BBC
Stephen Walker

Pro-EU unionist party set to run against Ian Paisley in North Antrim: Belfast Telegraph

Defence secretary Gavin Williamson visited army base during 'private' political visit (Sep 12): Irish News
Allison Morris

Council's decision to sponsor Ian Paisley dinner using ratepayers' money branded 'disgraceful': Belfast Telegraph
Mark Edwards

TUV – Contrasting policing of bonfires and NW attacks: The News Letter

Jail over 'Carrick UDA feud' attack that left victim vomiting blood: The News Letter

'Timeframe for Tony Taylor parole hearing must be met' says MLA after meeting with the Derry man in prison: Derry Now

1968 RUC letter to minister warned of impending violence: BBC
Eve Rosato

Civil Rights – 50 Years on – Elisha McCallion, M.P.: Derry Journal
Elisha McCallion

Ballymurphy Massacre just the tip of the iceberg: Irish Echo
Gerry Adams

'Sinn Féin should use original Civil Rights route': Derry Journal
Brendan McDaid

Bombed offices in Birmingham city centre to become £21m hotel: Birmingham Mail
Carl Jackson

Film reveals John Paul II effect on Northern Ireland peace process: ITV

Mairia Cahill claims Social Services knew of abuse allegations and did not act: Belfast Telegraph

Claim DUP leader Foster 'asked for loyalty' of MLAs during one-to-one meetings: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Edwards

Foster's Spad believed DUP 'destroyed' him: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Stalford brands DUP insiders 'traitors' over claims Foster demanded loyalty: Belfast Telegraph

Brexit could impact on flagship cross-border cancer hospital, health forum told: Irish News
David Young

'Something has to give' – James Nesbitt dubs lack of government in Northern Ireland a 'scandal': Belfast Telegraph

£80m spent, but A5 still going nowhere: Belfast Telegraph

Gardai must fully 'embrace human rights standards and values', report reveals: Irish Mirror
Emma McMenamy Trevor Quinn

'I'm Irish, and the GAA culture really sums it all up' (Sep 14): Irish Independent
Conor McCrave

Friday, September 14

Plan for tax inspectors on Irish border dismissed: Belfast Telegraph
Dan O'Donoghue

Brexit will harm peace process and cause more division, academics warn: Irish Examiner

No-deal Brexit may lead to driving permits for border: BBC
John Campbell

Derry MEP says no border crossings without new driving permit plan shows disastrous impact of Brexit: Derry Now

Clock changes may result in border time difference: RTE
Peter Farrell

Human rights and equality protections in Northern Ireland 'will be weakened by Brexit': Irish News
Bimpe Archer

Pan-nationalist gang of four is off to see Michel Barnier in their bid to use Brexit as staging post to united Ireland: The News Letter
Tom Smith

The European Research Group utterly opposes a regulatory border down the Irish Sea: The News Letter
Owen Paterson

Ireland has come too far to be dragged back in time by Brexit: The Guardian
Paul McGrade

How the DUP and the ERG shut down one of the few remaining solutions to the Irish border issue: New Statesman
Patrick Maguire

Key initiative from the ERG to overcome backstop stalemate: The News Letter

The Irish Times view on the state of the EU – a crisis foretold: The Irish Times

Northern Ireland citizens' assembly ready to give public a voice: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Bain

Transparency and accountability is needed to restore trust in government in Northern Ireland: The News Letter
David McBurney

People are 'frustrated' at absence of Stormont: Irish Catholic
Colm Fitzpatrick

Northern Ireland: Anyone running the country?: Deutsche Welle
Peter Geoghegan

For some in the North, the Troubles have never ended: The Times
Sinead O'Shea

Harris must open up on journalists' arrests: The Times
David Davin-Power

'Paltry and insulting' pay rise 'delayed' by Stormont impasse: Belfast Telegraph

PSNI appeal after 'barbaric' shooting in Derry: Derry Journal
Brendan McDaid

Children in house at time of Derry paramilitary shooting – victim's injuries 'life-changing': Belfast Telegraph

Paramilitary links 'still being' used to intimidate domestic violence victims: Irish Independent
Shane Phelan

Sectarian graffiti attack on Magherafelt house 'due to be allocated to Catholic': Irish News
Connla Young

Legacy Scandal – Six months after IRA murdered dad, mum died of a broken heart: The News Letter
Kathryn Johnston

Local schools invited to mark 50th anniversary of Civil Rights campaign that began on the streets of Derry: Derry Now

Mairia Cahill apology by PSNI Chief Constable George Hamilton: Belfast Live
Sarah Scott

'It was cowardly and woeful' – abuse survivor Cahill rejects SF leader McDonald's apology: Irish Independent
Philip Ryan and Shane Phelan

Eastwood makes appeal to Sinn Féin – 'Tell us if child abusers and rapists are living in our communities': Belfast Telegraph

Mairia Cahill vindicated by Police Ombudsman report: Irish News

Mairia Cahill let down by ineptitude of police: Belfast Telegraph

Parties colluded to stop Spads bill, claims Allister: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

If RHI inquiry has told us anything it's that Civil Service doesn't put enough store in experience: Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

Second council accused over Ian Paisley dinner: BBC
Enda McClafferty

Northern Ireland marriage equality court fight couples speak out on why they are doing it: Belfast Live
Shauna Corr

If Trump ever does visit Ireland, his toxic beliefs need to be called out:
Brendan Ogle

A Church of Ireland perspective on the pope's visit (Sep 11): The Irish Times
Ian Ellis

Thursday, September 13

Tory Brexiteers claim technology can keep Irish Border open in new plan: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

Brexit – Irish condemn plans for border as 'dreamland stuff': The Times
Oliver Wright and John Walsh

Brexiteer plans on Irish border 'welcome' says DUP: The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

Brexiteers' 'common sense' border plan gets short shrift from nationalists: Irish News
John Manley

NI police federation boss rubbishes Brexiteer plan for Irish border: The News Letter
Dan O'Donoghue

Brexit Irish border – ERG report has more sober approach but problems remain: BBC
John Campbell

Brexit paper a lost opportunity for Brexiteers to outmanoeuvre May: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

Eurosceptic group paper on Irish border offers no breakthrough ideas: The Guardian
Lisa O'Carroll

The ERG and DUP just created a new Brexit nightmare for Theresa May: New Statesman
Patrick Maguire

Brexit plan aims to increase pressure on Theresa May: Irish News

EU will show 'loyalty and solidarity' with Ireland over border issue, says Juncker: Irish Examiner

Labour – 'No hard border' commitment must be honoured: BBC
Mark Devenport

DUP and SF clash as MEPs back call for Northern Ireland to retain EU funds post-Brexit: Belfast Telegraph

Derry based pressure group goes on the campaign trail to gather support for its anti-border campaign: Derry Now

Ireland is a European nation now; despite our shared history we cannot expect help over the border: Daily Telegraph
Philip Johnston

I voted Remain, but visiting Northern Ireland taught me my Brexit decision wasn't as well-informed as I thought:
Femi Oluwole

MEPs' peace money vow for Northern Ireland welcome: Belfast Telegraph

Arlene Foster warns government over NI talks mediator: BBC
Stephen Walker

We must not ignore words of warning from Senator George Mitchell about dangers ahead: Belfast Telegraph
Alban Maginness

NI Citizens' Assembly pilot to go ahead: BBC
Jayne McCormack

Martin hints Fianna Fáil could sit in Westminster: Belfast Telegraph
Aoife Moore

Motion passes to allow Irish citizens in Fermanagh to vote in future European elections: Impartial Reporter

Karen Bradley comment taken 'out of context': BBC

Secretary of State says Northern Ireland interview was 'taken out of context': Belfast Telegraph

Bloody Sunday – Victim's sister criticises Orde comments: BBC

Theresa May urged to end 'abhorrent' investigations into Northern Ireland veterans: The Sun
David Willetts

Legacy Scandal – 'Perhaps Dublin will now help victims of terrorist torture,' says Jim Nicholson: The News Letter
Jim Nicholson

London must answer for Troubles cases: The Times
Cormac Lucey

Hooded men appeal outcome 'gives legal all-clear for brutal interrogations': The News Letter
David Young

PSNI 'should prioritise case of ex-Kingsmill suspect who secured comfort letter': Belfast Telegraph

Kingsmills massacre coroner reassures frustrated families: The News Letter

BBC documentary on punishment beatings under police review: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Bain

Man shot multiple times in Derry: Belfast Telegraph

Derry man appears in court charged with burning poppy wreaths on a bonfire in the Bogside area of the city: Derry Now

'Solution' reached in Enniskillen memorial stand-off: The News Letter
Niall Deeney

Three PSNI officers disciplined over Máiría Cahill case: The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

RHI inquiry – 'Irreconcilable difference' between DUP Spads' evidence: BBC
Jayne McCormack

DUP will struggle to recover from devastating RHI revelations: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Could a visit to Ireland still be on the cards? Trump's economic chief 'not convinced' US President's trip is cancelled: Irish Independent
Rachel Farrell

Trump announces US Ambassador to Ireland after cancelling trip: Irish Voice/

US's new ambassador unlikely to arrive here before 2019: Irish Independent
Philip Ryan

St Aloysius College rugby team 'sang pro-IRA chant' after win: The Times
David Kelso

Wednesday, September 12

DUP could be forced to accept Irish Sea border in Brexit deal: The Times
Jennifer Bray and Rebecca Black

Ireland cannot pay for UK's 'failed' negotiations – shadow Brexit secretary: The Irish Times
Simon Carswell

Brexit Breakthrough – Rees-Mogg reveals SOLUTION to Irish border as pressure HEAPED on EU: Daily Express
Macer Hall

Micheál Martin – Varadkar falsely raised Brexit spectre: Irish Examiner
Juno McEnroe

Sinn Féin wants EU seats to come north after Brexit: Impartial Reporter

Record number of EU citizens deported from NI in 2016: The Irish Times
Maresa Fagan

What has EU done for Northern Ireland? Interactive map details £600million pumped in projects: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

European court rejects Ireland's request to appeal decision on 'Hooded Men': Irish Examiner

A second Brexit referendum could be for the best – look at Ireland and Lisbon: The Guardian
Brigid Laffan

Boundary changes 'will not benefit unionists': The News Letter
Adam Kula

'Paramilitary-style shootings measured and justified', republican gunmen tell Stacey Dooley in BBC documentary: The News Letter
Niall Deeney

Police defend role during mediation over controversial bonfires: Irish News
Allison Morris

Troubles victims probe 'post-traumatic growth': Derry Journal

Victims – The jury is still out on the DUP over legacy: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Bloody Sunday – Sir Hugh Orde questions investigations: BBC
Stephen Dempster

'A bad day for justice' say Hooded Men after torture case is rejected: Portadown Times
Carmel Robinson

Who are 'The Hooded Men' and has their quest for justice come to an end?: The Independent
Joe Sommerlad

Ballymurphy massacre film 'does not tell the whole story': The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

Ballymurphy massacre documentary maker Macrae defends film as 'providing balance to false official narrative': Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Murder charge ex-paras clear first hurdle to face jury trial over IRA man's death: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Business leaders call for same sex-marriage to be introduced in Northern Ireland: The News Letter
Michael McHugh

DUP MLA Jim Wells warns NI firms who back gay marriage: The News Letter
Niall Deeney

Fianna Fáil leader dubs SDLP merger talks 'a work in progress': Belfast Telegraph

DUP silence on Ian Paisley 'incredulous' says Sinn Féin MLA: Irish News
John Manley

DUP minister 'had career-ending dossier on DUP private lives': The News Letter
Sam McBride

RHI – Peter Robinson saw admitting guilt as weakness, says ex-DUP Spad: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Politics a 'grubby world' says ex-DUP special adviser: ITV
Vicki Hawthorne

BBC – Belfast Proms in Park is 'different concert' to Royal Albert Hall: The News Letter

Ó Caoláin turns down Sinn Féin nomination for presidency: The Anglo-Celt

Pat Hume greatly deserving of honour for peace efforts: Belfast Telegraph

A Trump Visit to Ireland Is Now Up in the Air: New York Times
Ed O'Loughlin

Trump confusion shows need to 'sort out' our relationship with US, FF says: The Irish Times
Mark Hilliard

Micheál Martin – I've no difficulty with Fianna Fáil members protesting Donald Trump's Ireland visit: Irish Examiner
Fiachra Ó Cionnaith

Trump's cancelled visit marks a new low in US-Irish relations: Irish Independent
Laura Larkin

Trump visit cancelled – A lucky escape for Government: Irish Examiner

Pope's visit not the end of church in Ireland, says archbishop: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Protest held in Belfast ahead of Northern Ireland vs Israel match: Belfast Telegraph
Gareth Cross

Republic of Ireland's U21 side should not play against Israel, say Sinn Féin: The News Letter
Duncan Elder

Huge 'Free Palestine' sign appears on Northern Ireland mountain in protest at Israel friendly: Irish Post
Gerard Donaghy

Brexit won't lead to Scottish independence and here's why (Sep 10): The Scotsman
Brian Monteith

Tuesday, September 11

Political leaders left disappointed after meeting with Secretary of State: The News Letter
Duncan Elder

DUP presses to exclude terrorists from victim definition: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Raymond McCord to challenge decision not to charge former police officers implicated in killing his son: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Boris Johnson 'suicide vest' jibe 'spot on' – Sammy Wilson: The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

Bill Clinton 'most worried' about Brexit's impact on Belfast Agreement: The Irish Times
Vivienne Clarke

Taking a few thousand pounds off MLAs won't hasten return of Stormont ... and given that's Karen Bradley's job, is she worth £3,000 a week either? (Sep 7): Belfast Telegraph
Eilis O'Hanlon

Karen Bradley has my sympathy – politics in Northern Ireland is as perplexing as finding a way out of Hampton Court Maze: The News Letter
Chris Moncrieff

British pol's admission of ignorance and what it means for Northern Ireland: Irish Voice/
Neil Cosgrove

Karen Bradley doesn't get the nuance of politics here, and worse she is a lightweight: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Legacy Scandal – 'The prosecution of elderly soldiers is absolutely monstrous,' says Maj-General Julian Thompson: The News Letter

More funds needed for Troubles investigation: The Times
Michael McHugh and Rebecca Black

Ex-UDR man's legacy submission: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Date set for new inquest into Ballymurphy massacre: Belfast Telegraph

The truth about Ballymurphy needs to be told, and here's why: The Irish Times
Callum Macrae

How Loughinisland represents a threat to press freedom:
Ian Burrell

Plans to split Northern Ireland town into three voting zones dropped: Belfast Telegraph

Gunmen 'feel no remorse' over paramilitary-style shootings: Irish News
Claire Simpson

'No justification' for sectarian graffiti sprayed on house: Mid Ulster Mail
Stanley Campbell

Orange parade and service remembers those killed in Troubles: Impartial Reporter

MEPs to demand continued EU funding for NI peace programmes after Brexit: The Irish Times
Patrick Smyth

Israeli football team is very welcome in Northern Ireland: The News Letter

Former DUP leader Peter Robinson 'promoted Jonathan Bell despite allegations': Belfast Telegraph

'Brexit was the catalyst,' say UK nationals on becoming Irish: Irish Independent
Ian Begley

DUP member condemns British politician Stella Creasy over Arlene Foster criticism: Irish Examiner

Red Cross to give Pat Hume lifetime achievement award: The Times
Catherine Sanz

Bridge to Scotland not a goer for Councillors: Impartial Reporter

'Parishioners are disturbed and angry' about RTE coverage of Pope's visit, priest says (Sep 6): Irish Independent
Rachel Farrell

Donald Trump reflects side of Irish America we would rather ignore: The Times
Liam Kennedy

Trump visit and the right to protest (Sep 9): Sunday Independent

Arlene Foster in Gibraltar for national day celebration: Irish News

Case against Bobby Sands mug accused teacher concludes: Dumbarton & Vale of Leven Reporter
Gillian Murphy

It is little wonder Scots are concerned over Brexit: The Herald

Monday, September 10

Boris Johnson lashes out at Northern Ireland backstop threat to Union: The News Letter

Brexit – Boris Johnson's backstop criticism 'foolish': BBC

PSNI chief says London politicians don't understand post-Brexit border threat: Belfast Telegraph

Who will blink first in border stand-off?: The Times
Lucinda Creighton

Five-fold increase in UK nationals becoming Irish citizens: The Irish Times
Simon Carswell

Pompous, out of touch elites look down on Ireland from on high (Sep 9): Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

DUP speaker Robin Newton's pay will also be cut, NIO says: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

After a glimpse behind the scenes this week, giving Northern Ireland more power is just unthinkable (Sep 7): Belfast Telegraph
Nick Garbutt

Shameful record set in North: The Southern Star

Public not told about Tory minister attendance at DUP dinner in Enniskillen: Irish News
Allison Morris

'I'm Irish' says new garda chief Harris: BBC

New Garda Commissioner Drew Harris poignantly carried his murdered father's police whistle as he was sworn in: Irish Mirror
Niall O'Connor

New Garda Commissioner has 'no fear' of political accountability over RUC past: Irish News
Paul Ainsworth

'Sinister' and 'sectarian' graffiti sprayed on road near Rising Sun bar: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Flags, kerbstones and church attack blasted (Sep 6): Derry Journal

My father would be proud of me (Sep 9): The Sunday Times
John Mooney

N Ireland veterans warn recruits over 'witch hunt': Daily Express
Kate Devlin

Is it time for an amnesty over the Troubles?: The Irish Times
Pardaig Yeates

Doug Beattie is right – we need to see civil cases against terrorists (Sep 8): The News Letter

Bonfire report reveals PSNI denied they were planning to protect masked contractors: Irish News
Allison Morris

Royal Marines advert broadcast before Ballymurphy Massacre documentary sparks anger: Belfast Live
Andrew Madden

Belfast crowd loved Last Night of the Proms but once again was deprived of Rule Britannia: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Women airbrushed out of history of civil rights in Northern Ireland, warns May Blood: Irish Examiner

British closely watched Workers' Party split that led to Democratic Left (Aug 24): The Irish Times
Eamon Phoenix

Irexit party says leaving EU will mean no hard border: Irish Examiner

Hard Brexit 'could push Ireland and Britain into recession' (Sep 7): The Irish Times
Colin Gleeson

Lisa McGee backs anti-Brexit 'Derry Girls against borders' campaign: Irish News
Andrea McKernon

Together, we can all show Trump what we stand for (Sep 9): Sunday Independent
Eamon Ryan

Decision due on same-sex marriage appeal: Irish News
Andrea McKernon

Catholic schools warn Minister that religion opt-out may breach law (Sep 5): The Irish Times
Carl O'Brien

Sunday, September 9

UK to insist on hard border in Ireland if there's a no-deal Brexit: Irish Mirror
Pat Flanagan

Irish deputy PM warns on 'reckless shouting' in Brexit war of words: The Guardian
Lisa O'Carroll

Brexit challenges should not be 'twisted' to aid push for united Ireland: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

Police chief – Brexit border is full of holes and threatens our fragile peace: The Sunday Times
Martin Fletcher

Deluded Brexiteers a cause for alarm in Dublin: The Irish Times
Colin Gleeson

The biggest obstacle to a Brexit deal: The Spectator
James Forsyth

The Civic Forum promised to replace impassioned debate with informed discussion ... is that why the big parties let it wither and die? (Sep 6): Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Like David Trimble in 2003, Arlene Foster lacks the authority to lead unionism: The News Letter
Alex Kane

'I hire a driver, I check he can drive' – Belfast reacts to Karen Bradley remark: The Irish Times

Think Karen Bradley knows nothing about Northern Ireland? Think again: Sunday Telegraph
Michael Deacon

Why we shouldn't jump to chastise Secretary of State for admitting a lack of knowledge on tribal differences in NI: Belfast Telegraph

New garda chief Drew Harris takes aim at the 'keyboard warriors': The Sunday Times
John Mooney

The Irish Times view on the new Garda Commissioner – Harris takes on a daunting task (Sep 4): The Irish Times

Secrecy over bonfire costs is criticised by Alliance: BBC

Why would a mother bring her son to be shot?: The Irish Times
Sinead O'Shea

Trust responds to UUP outrage at use of Free Derry Corner to highlight Organ Donation Week: Derry Journal
Brendan McDaid

Council's ban on Irish street signs 'was Trump-like policy': The News Letter

Ryan Burnett calls for end to flag debate as he says 'no to sectarianism': Belfast Live
Ryan Smith

Calls for independent judge to filter police material following journalists raid: ITV

Legacy Scandal – 'Victims of terror do not back plans to tackle past as they stand now,' says Kenny Donaldson: The News Letter
Kenny Donaldson

Doug Beattie – More civil cases should taken against republican leaders: The News Letter
Duncan Elder

What happened in the Ballymurphy Massacre of 1971 and how many people were killed in Belfast's Bloody Sunday?: The Sun
Sofia Petkar

Sinn Féin to hold protest at Free Derry Corner over Northern Ireland's friendly match with Israel: Derry Now

Abortion in Northern Ireland is a matter for Stormont, not for Scotland: The News Letter
Nola Leach

Irexit Freedom to Prosper to field candidates in European elections: The Irish Times
Kitty Holland

Derry Girls group launches campaign against hard border (Aug 20): Irish Examiner

Brexit threats far outweigh opportunities – Love Irish Food (Sep 6): Irish Independent
Margaret Donnelly & Gavin McLoughlin

'Not an Irish citizen' – Calls for Taoiseach to apologise to family of murdered Donegal woman: Belfast Telegraph

Our media must pull no punches in Trump visit: The Sunday Times
Conor Brady

A Celtic bridge project could keep us sane as the chaos of Brexit unfolds: The National (Scotland)
Pat Kane

Saturday, September 8

Common Travel Area between Republic and UK will remain: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

Leo Varadkar rejects reports of preparations for border checks: Belfast Telegraph

Brexit secretary under fire from Michel Barnier on Irish border issue: The Guardian
Daniel Boffey in Brussels and Lisa O'Carroll

Former minister Lucinda Creighton says Brexit is a 'car crash': The Irish Times
Conor Kane

'I want to see Brexit deal by November at the latest' – Varadkar: Irish Independent

'Silly' hardliners ruining any chance of Brexit deal – Hogan: Belfast Telegraph
David Hughes

Clinton – Brexit will stall deal in North: Irish Independent
Ryan Nugent

Survivor of Miami Showband massacre in North warns Troubles set to start again: Irish Voice/
Ciaran Tierney

Karen Bradley's bid to break Stormont's deadlock could pay off: The Spectator
Melanie McDonagh

'She is smart' – Bradley gets backing after North confusion: Irish Independent
John Downing

PM retains confidence in Karen Bradley despite lack of NI electoral knowledge: The News Letter

Karen Bradley routs her rival imbeciles with Ladybird guide to Northern Ireland: The Guardian
Marina Hyde

Public confidence shaken by political revelations: Irish News

DUP speaker Robin Newton's pay will also be cut, NIO says: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Across the political divide some agreement at long last... over pay cuts: Belfast Telegraph
Lauren Harte

Council U-turn on 'English only' street signs policy: The News Letter

Troubles' victims call for full review of support and an end to marginalisation: Belfast Telegraph
Lauren Harte

Poppy wreaths stolen and burnt on Bogside bonfire to be replaced in Cenotaph service: Belfast Telegraph
Leona O'Neill

Loughinisland documentary maker – police should return seized items: The News Letter

Loughinisland – Arrests an attempt to intimidate journalists, court told: The Irish Times
Alan Erwin

Trial of soldiers accused of shooting Belfast IRA man delayed ahead of Supreme Court ruling: Belfast Telegraph
Ashleigh McDonald

Kingsmills families no longer feel they get empathy – survivor: The News Letter

Ballymurphy Massacre film will help "get the truth out there", families say: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

Arlene Foster made me keep scheme open, Jonathan Bell tells RHI inquiry: The News Letter

Foster – He used physical bulk to stand over me in aggressive way: Belfast Telegraph

Court hears NI close to 'dystopian' state of governance: Irish News

Irexit party founder says 'dung' from EU 'will help us grow': The Irish Times
Ronan McGreevy

'It is a Republican symbol' – Unionist politician hits out at the use of Free Derry Corner to promote Organ Donation Week (Sep 6): Derry Now

New Garda Commissioner Drew Harris faces first big challenge: The Irish Times
Conor Lally

President is an 'America-first bully', warns Hogan ahead of Irish visit: Irish Independent
Conor Kane and John Downing

'Donald Trump's visit to Ireland will definitely be controversial' – Simon Coveney: Irish Independent
John Downing

Trump's visit to Ireland making his opponents look even more sanctimonious than Orange One: Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith

Donald Trump's visit will be a real test for Leo Varadkar: Irish Examiner

Bishop calls for new beginning between Catholic Church and Ireland (Sep 6): The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

NI-Scotland bridge 'definitely can be done', says leading UK architect: Belfast Telegraph
Michael Sheils McNamee

We should celebrate Old Firm – the world's greatest derby (Sep 6): The National (Scotland)
Martin Hannan

Friday, September 7

EU ambassadors – Bad Brexit deal for North 'could speed up united Ireland': The Irish Times
Patrick Smyth

'Political declaration needed for backstop', says MEP: BBC
John Campbell

EU Brexit negotiator furious after UK's Irish border threat: Irish Independent
Peter Foster and John Downing

Ireland seeking Brexit side deal with EU to avoid border checks: The Guardian
Lisa O'Carroll

Tories refusal to allow Theresa May take 'pragmatic' apprach to Brexit risking 'no deal', Phil Hogan warns: Irish Independent
John Downing

Varadkar – Brexit one of greatest challenges since independence: Belfast Telegraph

Minister slaps down Johnson and Davis over Irish border: Belfast Telegraph

Irish border is 'NOT A PROBLEM' – former DUP chief of staff hits back at Remoaner's claim: Daily Express
Martina Bet

The latest solution to the Irish border issue is likely unworkable – but that's irrelevant: New Statesman
Stephen Bush

We need to be assured of no Irish Sea border for regulations, not just for customs: The News Letter
Sammy Wilson

Discussions around resumed NI powerharing to be held over the next few weeks: The News Letter

Sinn Féin – British government putting own survival before peace process: Irish News
Michael McHugh

Northern Ireland MLA pay cut announced at Westminster: Belfast Live
Shauna Corr

DUP – Sinn Féin MP's should have pay cut like Stormont Assembly members: The News Letter
Dan O'Donoghue and Harriet Line

NI Secretary vows action to allow civil servants run North: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Secretary of state's announcement has far-reaching implications: Irish News

The cost of intransigence – Silent Stormont faces a pay cut: Irish Examiner

Irish language activists to stage protest: The News Letter
Russell Keers

Karen Bradley admits ignorance of Northern Ireland politics: The Guardian
Rory Carroll

How can Britain be trusted with Northern Ireland when Karen Bradley doesn't have a clue what's going on?: The Independent
Ben Kelly

Arrest of journalists spurs renewed envoy call: Irish Echo

Tory peers offer no support for government's NI legacy proposals: The News Letter

Status quo for investigating past is totally unacceptable: Belfast Telegraph
Arlene Foster

Legacy Scandal – 'Plans for the past perpetuate a mess which favours dividers and terrorists,' says Trevor Ringland: The News Letter
Trevor Ringland

Daughters of murdered prison officer meet Princess Anne at new memorial to slain warders: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

IRA man Joe McCann's family to take legal action against MoD: BBC

We'll not be derailed by latest MoD 'stunt': Belfast Media
Brónach Ní Thuama

Ballymurphy – Judge hits out at Ministry of Defence: BBC

Prominent republican Colin Duffy mounts legal bid to force newspaper to reveal source of reports: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Man arrested over INLA probe, court told: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Dee Stitt – Senior loyalist resigns as CEO of Charter NI: BBC

Dee Stitt says Arlene Foster ruined his "street cred": Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

RHI inquiry: 'Sexual misbehaviour,' DUP infighting and 'the monster that had to be put to sleep' – Jonathan Bell's explosive first day of evidence: Belfast Telegraph
Gareth Cross and Mark Edwards

RHI – Jonathan Bell was 'monster who had to be put to sleep': BBC
Jayne McCormack

Sky News dismisses Jonathan Bell claim Ireland correspondent advised DUP how to discredit him: Belfast Telegraph

DUP 'camouflaged' appointment of special advisers, inquiry hears: The News Letter
Rebecca Black

Bell's extraordinary allegations make for compelling viewing: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar 'not contemplating' Sinn Féin deal: Irish Examiner
Elaine Loughlin

Northern Ireland supporters slam plans for protests at game against Israel: Belfast Telegraph
Lauren Harte

David Mundell admits 'chaotic Brexit' may spur Scottish independence: The Scotsman
Scott Macnab

Second Loyalist walk past priest 'attack' church scrapped after council changes route: Scottish Daily Record
Sally Hind

Thursday, September 6

Downing Street 'hopes to come up with a solution in due course' to future security issues at Border: Irish Independent
Dan O'Donoghue

Brexit – Canada model would leave NI in limbo, says Raab: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

Brexit – SoS speaks to head of PSNI about security concerns: BBC
Gareth Gordon

Whichever way May turns, Brexit always leads back to the Irish border: The Times
Simon Nixon

Taoiseach can't avoid Brexit in his 'high-wire act' on election: Irish Independent
John Downing

SF's 'secret guide' to unity: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

A border poll could be more likely than unionists presume: The Times
Alex Kane

We may need to hold a Border poll just to clear the air: The Irish Times
Newton Emerson

SF and DUP clash over NI boundary proposals: RTE

Gardai to keep watch as wreaths laid for slain RIRA chief:
Ken Foy

Myriad of challenges face new Garda Commissioner: RTE
Paul Reynolds

Are we any further forward half a century on from first civil rights march? (Aug 31): The News Letter
Sandra Chapman

Charity refuses to rule out funding group with alleged dissident republican ties: Belfast Telegraph
Adam Kula

Sinn Féin branded 'out of touch' over non-jury courts:
Cormac McQuinn

Troubles victims to tell their personal stories at 'inspirational' Derry event: Derry Journal

Terror victims ask UN secretary General to release Gaddafi assets: The News Letter

Political delays on dealing with the Troubles force legal move to protect evidence (Jun 8):
Maresa Fagan

Northern Ireland legacy consultation deadline extended: Belfast Telegraph

Lord Empey – 'DUP should scrap legacy proposals and not subject ex security forces to fear of a knock on their door': The News Letter

Detective speaks of 'remorse' over failure to get Kingsmill families justice: ITV

Inquest findings on Derry mum-of-six shot dead by British soldier adjourned: Derry Now

Independence of probe that arrested Loughinisland documentary makers questioned: The News Letter
David Young

Funerals, Skirmishes and Protests – Photographing Ireland in the Time of Bobby Sands: New York Times
James Estrin

Legacy Scandal – 'Historical advisers would help put in Troubles deaths in context,' says Henry Patterson: The News Letter
Henry Patterson

RHI – Rampant jealousies and jockeying at top of DUP laid bare for all to see: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Former DUP minister Jonathan Bell denies he 'swung a punch' at his special adviser: Belfast Telegraph

Declan Morgan – Stormont impasse cost for abuse victim's 'increasingly severe': The News Letter
Michael McHugh

A5 road legal challenge adjourned (Sep 5): Irish News
Connla Young

Impasse puts brakes on A5 road upgrade: Belfast Telegraph

This may be the last presidential election decided on these shores: Irish Examiner
Gerard Howlin

Sinn Féin are off song over Eurovision, says Wilson (Aug 31): Belfast Telegraph
Gillian Halliday

New images of bridge to link Scotland with Northern Ireland released: The Scotsman
Alison Campsie

Wednesday, September 5

Nigel Dodds – Irish border issue being used by some to thwart Brexit: Irish Examiner

Government will try to force through 'disastrous' Brexit deal, claim Sinn Féin: Belfast Telegraph

Brexit – NI pro-remain parties to make joint Brussels trip: BBC
Jayne McCormack

In drawn out no deal Brexit, Dublin would probably – very reluctantly – have put up customs checks at Irish border: The News Letter
Daniel Keohane

Bleated reassurance UK Government will act in the best interests of the people of Northern Ireland:
Matthew O'Toole

Brexit is a menace to society in Northern Ireland. Here's why: The Guardian
Roy Greenslade

Perfidious Albion – an insult or an apt description of Brexit Britain? (May 25): The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

IRA 'has left the stage' and is not involved in Sinn Féin, Doherty says: The Irish Times
Harry McGee

'We need a conversation about symbolism' – Sinn Féin doesn't rule out Union Jack flying over Leinster House: Irish Independent
Cormac McQuinn

Sinn Féin border poll position is consistent – Mary Lou McDonald: Irish News
John Manley

Stop the cheap shots, give Sinn Féin a break: The Times
Eamon Delaney

DUP pours cold water on 'strongest pro-unity opinion poll in history': The News Letter

The Truth Must Out: The Times

Long to meet Sinn Féin and DUP as parties push to end stalemate: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Issues which ended last talks remain, says McDonald: Belfast Telegraph

Empey – 'Bring health under London control': The News Letter

Jolene Bunting accused of causing 'reputational damage to Belfast City Council': The News Letter

Remove tattered Tricolours say Sinn Féin: Portadown Times
Carmel Robinson

Drew Harris – Dissident republicans 'biggest threat to Ireland': BBC

New Garda chief tackles concerns over links to British intelligence services: The News Letter

Commissioner Harris – A new broom: Irish Examiner

Police seize drugs 'linked to UDA' from business premises: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

'We were as close as brothers' – Presbyterian minister David Latimer pens book about Martin McGuinness friendship: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Special council meeting after 'English only' u-turn: Irish News
Connla Young

Legacy Scandal – 'It's inherently unfair that police can be shamed but not terrorists,' says lawyer: The News Letter
Neil Faris

Theresa May accused by own MP of 'not getting it' over British troops facing charges during the Troubles: Daily Telegraph
Robert Mendick

'Having biggest share of Catholics has no bearing on attendances at Mass': Irish Independent
Nicola Anderson

Northern Ireland's hidden massacre – what really happened at Ballymurphy?:
Robert Verkaik

Remembering the murdered brethren of the Orange Order (Aug 30): The News Letter

"English is a foreign language!" – Controversy over claims 70% of Irish people can't speak another language: Irish Voice/
Freya Drohan

DUP MP Ian Paisley begins 30-day suspension over freebie luxury holiday: Belfast Telegraph

Arlene Foster's Spad privately said RHI cash should be 'maximised': The News Letter
Sam McBride

RHI inquiry – Claim Jonathan Bell swung punch and tried to break finger of DUP special adviser: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Edwards

Dysfunctional DUP relationships exposed in latest RHI revelations: Irish News
John Manley

Who are Irexit Freedom, the Political Party campaigning for an Irish Brexit and why do they want Ireland to leave the EU?: The Sun
Jon Rogers

One in five has 'no religion' in town closely linked to Church: Irish Independent
Paul Melia and Mick Kerrigan

Did the Pope's visit signal the beginning of the end? (Sep 2): Sunday Independent
Brendan O'Connor

Ruth Davidson urges Nicola Sturgeon to rule out holding second referendum (Sep 2): The Scotsman
Katrine Bussey

It's not just Salmond's name at stake, but the future of independence itself (Sep 2): The Guardian
Kevin McKenna

Tuesday, September 4

'No movement' on Irish border issue, says MEP: BBC
John Campbell

Sean Kelly says EU citizens have 'responded emphatically' on summertime change: Limerick Leader
Norma Prendiville

Exploring the Border: Sale of police station halted until after Brexit – just in case: The Irish Times
Fionola Meredith

Boris Johnson claims British never wanted to solve issues around the Irish border: Irish News

Lord Adonis says Brexit a 'shortcut to united Ireland thanks to DUP': Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Sinn Féin's secret guide to achieve unification: The Times
Jennifer Bray

SF admits thousands of jobs will go if Ireland unites: Irish Independent
Cormac McQuinn

New Sinn Féin leader offers voters option in post-Adams era: The Irish Times
Harry McGee

Stormont – Main parties meet for first talks since February: BBC
Stephen Walker

Sinn Féin – Credible talks needed to resurrect powersharing: ITV

Why a stagnating Stormont is allowing dangerous extremist ideologies to fester: Belfast Telegraph
David Ibsen

There is more chance of me re-growing my hair than of the DUP and Sinn Féin stepping up to the plate: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Martin out of touch with Northern nationalists, says O'Neill: The Irish Times
Barry Roche

New Garda Commissioner must address concerns over loyalist attacks, says McDonald: Irish Examiner

Harris met key policing overseers before becoming Garda chief: The Irish Times
Simon Carswell

Drew Harris may need his 'lucky streak' to continue: Irish Examiner
Cormac O'Keeffe

Trump welcome despite controversies, says Varadkar: The Irish Times
Harry McGee and Suzanne Lynch

Sinn Féin will march against Donald Trump when he visits in November: Irish Examiner
Elaine Loughlin

Mary Lou McDonald keen to tackle Donald Trump on 'misogynistic and racist' views: The Times
Jennifer Bray, Catherine Sanz and Olivia Kelleher

Dissidents criticised after they hit out at Newry school Army event: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Bain

Loughinisland – News organisation vows to keep exposing injustice despite journalist arrests: The News Letter
Michael McHugh

Former head of the British Army Lord Dannatt reveals he was questioned by police over death of paramilitary in Belfast in 1970s – as he calls for end to 'retrospective' probe into the Troubles: Daily Mail
George Odling

Legacy Scandal – 'I fear a trap is being set for victims of terror,' says lawyer: The News Letter
Neil Faris

We won't forget our murdered members or loved ones: Belfast Telegraph
Edward Stevenson

Ex-Army chief quizzed by cops over paramilitary gunman's death during the Troubles in Northern Ireland: The Sun
Adam Bennett

The true story of Susan McHugh, the Irish mother who stood up to the IRA: Daily Telegraph
Judith Woods

Garda Clerkin, who died in IRA bomb attack, remembered as plaque unveiled: The Irish Times
Eoghan MacConnell

DUP should've accepted invite to Papal reception – Margaret Ritchie: Irish News

Cancer battle has drained me, says SDLP's Ritchie: Belfast Telegraph

Sparks to fly as former DUP minister Bell ready to testify at the RHI inquiry: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

More Catholic children than Protestant children in care in Northern Ireland, new figures show: Belfast Telegraph

All-Ireland rail network is the way of the future – Foyle MP: Derry Journal
Elisha McCallion

Corbyn sounds very much like his pal Adams: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

In losing our religion we've finally found our soul (Sep 2): Sunday Independent
Colm O'Gorman

Scotland in talks over joint British bid for 2030 World Cup (Aug 30): The Scotsman
Angus Wright

Ireland can join UK in bid for 2030 World Cup as FA consider making it a five-country campaign: Daily Mail
Charles Sale

O'Neill defends McClean after controversial Rice tweet:
Paul Fennessy

Footballers aren't patriots, they just play matches: The Irish Times
Ken Early

Knocknacarra Palestine Network calls for N Ireland v Israel friendly to be called off: Galway Advertiser
Kernan Andrews

Cops warning on religious tensions after loyalist walk diverted from priest 'attack' church: Scottish Daily Record
Sally Hind

Monday, September 3

Brexit would boost support for united Ireland, poll finds: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

May's hostility to new Brexit vote is 'nonsensical', warns Bruton: Irish Independent
Katrine Bussey

Exploring the Border – the first challenge in Derry is to find it: The Irish Times
Freya McClements

Mrs May dances to the mad tunes of Brexit on alarming African odyssey: Sunday Independent
Colm McCarthy

How much longer can Northern Ireland go without a government?:
Sam McBride

Support for United Ireland is down to an aggression of 'anti-Britishness': Impartial Reporter
Tom Elliott

We may have to accept that some of our funding is now gone for good (Aug 28): Belfast Telegraph
Esmond Birnie

PSNI Chief Constable George Hamilton responds to criticism over Loughinisland journalists' arrest: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Arrests of Irish journalists uncovering collusion slammed by AOH: Irish Voice/

Councils spend £8,000 repairing vandalised bilingual signs: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Grand Master leads Orange victims' day tributes: The News Letter

How mum horrified by Warrington bombing said 'I've had enough' and fought for peace in rally that attracted 20,000: Irish Mirror
Julie McCaffrey

Notorious Brooke speech was public expression of unionism's private view: Irish News
John Manley

New Garda Commissioner Harris takes the reins:
Aoife Moore

'We are not hiring a commissioner from North Korea!' – Flanagan backs new Garda chief: Irish Examiner
Juno McEnroe

'Outsider' Commissioner must embrace his past if he is to succeed in future: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

A new Garda Commissioner – Best of luck, Commissioner: Irish Examiner

Declassified files – Journalists hadn't heard of NI's £3m PR firm (Aug 30): The News Letter
Sam McBride

Secret files show NIO deemed SDLP divided (Aug 30): Derry Journal

Brid Rodgers on a lifetime in politics: Irish News
Noel McAdam

Election trolls face being banned from public office in change of law (Jul 30): Belfast Telegraph
David Wilcock

Inquiry aims to improve poor outcomes in North Belfast:
Kathryn Torney

New 'Irexit' political party plans to run candidates in the next General Election: Irish Mirror
Pat Flanagan

Varadkar pledges to tackle Brexit with president on surprise visit: Irish Independent
Cormac McQuinn

Trump boycotts and protests 'outdated' – Fine Gael: Irish Independent
Cormac McQuinn

How will Higgins react to Trump's courtesy call?: The Irish Times
Harry McGee

Poll – Brexit will build majority support for Scottish independence: The Scotsman
Paris Gourtsoyannis

New flashpoint fears over Loyalist march at Orange Walk priest 'attack' church: Scottish Daily Record
Colette Crampsey

Protestant group consider calls for rerouting march planned to go past Glasgow' 'priest attack' church: The Herald
Martin Williams

Councillor gets threats after anti-Rangers 'bias' claims: The Herald
David Leask

Sunday, September 2

Northern Ireland won't change time zone to suit the EU, say unionists: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

New Irexit Freedom Party launches campaign to quit EU: The Sunday Times
Colin Coyle

Exploring the Border – A frontier marked by myriad crossings: The Irish Times
Frank McNally

Sinn Féin plays up its deep-seated anxieties over EU constituencies: The Sunday Times
Newton Emerson

Northern Ireland appears ungovernable: Boston Irish Reporter
Joe Leary

Sinn Féin entirely to blame for lack of Stormont so they must not get reward: The News Letter

Public figures' reactions as Drew Harris takes over as Garda Commissioner – tomorrow on €250k salary: Irish Sun
Kieran Dineen

Drew Harris – Garda take an outside chance on new commissioner: The Irish Times
Conor Lally

Prepare for culture shock, Commissioner Harris: The Sunday Times
Conor Brady

Micheál Martin claims Sinn Féin TDs face 'centralised control': The Irish Times
Barry Roche

Calls for protests and cancellation of Donald Trump's Irish visit: The Irish Times

'Irish people will be horrified by this visit' – Opposition parties urge protests over Trump visit: Sunday Independent
Kevin Doyle, Catherine Devine and Payu Tiwari

Trump keen to meet taoiseach on Dublin visit: The Sunday Times
Stephen O'Brien

If Leo thought the Pope was tricky, just wait for Donald (Sep 1): Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

"If it had been left to John McCain there would be no peace in Northern Ireland" – Jean Kennedy Smith: Irish Voice/

Ombudsman to release file on 2005 Robert McCartney murder: The News Letter

Order remembers Orangemen murdered during Troubles with events across Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Edwards

Legacy Scandal – 'Republicans relentlessly blacken security forces to re-write history,' says Orange chief: The News Letter
Iain Carlisle

Mooted legacy mechanisms 'violate the right to fair trial': The News Letter

UDA chief Stitt fails to turn up for court date: Belfast Telegraph
Brett Campbell

Bishops united in celebration as new cross goes up near St Patrick's grave: Belfast Telegraph
Gillian Halliday

New BBC drama tells the story of two courages mothers after IRA bomb in 1993: Daily Express
Vicki Power

Parents of Warrington IRA bomb victim Tim Parry reveal shock at seeing re-enactment on BBC's Mother's Day: Irish Mirror
Janine Yaqoob

Colin and Wendy Parry, parents of Warrington bombing victim – 'We don't want to know who did it' (Aug 31): The Guardian
Helen Pidd

Confessions of an IRA woman: Sunday Independent
Paul Whitington

Filming Dolours Price – 'Her name is Latin for sorrow. That describes her life' (Aug 30): The Irish Times
Donald Clarke

Only a third of graduates who study outside NI return home: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

Ireland used as backdoor to bring families to UK: The Sunday Times
Tony Grew

Sectarianism in the Republic had powerful effect on the attitudes of Protestants in Northern Ireland (Aug 30): Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

Why Ulster unites against teams from south (Aug 29): The Times
Garry Doyle

Glasgow council row over Rangers fan ban: The Sunday Times
John Boothman

England's Empire 2.0 plan is not for Scotland (Aug 31): The Scotsman
Joyce McMillan

England must start to listen to its neighbours on these troubled isles (Aug 2): The Guardian
Martin Kettle

Saturday, September 1

Barnier stands firm on post-Brexit border in Irish Sea: The Guardian
Daniel Boffey and Lisa O'Carroll

Detailed Brexit talks on Irish border backstop: BBC
John Campbell

Sinn Féin Stormont return is about Brexit – TUV: The News Letter

Plans to abolish summer-time across Europe could stir up seasons of discontent in North: Irish Independent
Frank Coughlan

If the Troubles return after Brexit, it won't just be because of the Irish border issue: The Independent
Patrick Cockburn

Tycoon Wolsey puts brakes on Northern Ireland investment because of political impasse (Aug 28): Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen and Stewart Robson

Journalists arrested over suspected theft of Loughinisland massacre documents: Irish Independent
David Young and Rebecca Black

Loughinisland documentary journalists released from police custody: Belfast Live
Shauna Corr

Police will not open seized Loughinisland material following legal challenge: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Loughinisland – Arrest of journalists is 'attack on press': BBC

Loughinisland families to hold vigil outside Heights Bar to protest arrest of journalists: Belfast Telegraph

Arrests could have a 'chilling' effect on investigative journalism: Irish News
Allison Morris

Orange Victims Day – Lack of murder convictions 'continues to eat at people': The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Ballymurphy massacre families condemn '11th hour' disclosure by MoD: Belfast Telegraph

Fianna Fáil seeking new agenda for North in SDLP talks, Martin says: The Irish Times
Barry Roche

Londonderry – Man shot in paramilitary-style attack: BBC

Paint attack on IRA memorial condemned: Irish News
Connla Young

Anger at 'republican terrorist graffiti' in Belfast: Belfast Telegraph

Fresh row on Irish language sign vandalism: The News Letter

When Nick Leather wanted to dramatise the 1993 IRA Warrington bombings, in which two children died, he didn't have far to look for inspiration... he just turned to his childhood memories: Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

Who is Susan McHugh? Dublin peace campaigner played in Warrington bomb drama, Mother's Day, by Vicky McClure: The Sun
Erica Doyle Higgins

Call for new Robinson Centre NOT to be named after DUP veteran: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

Eastwood distances SDLP from Maginness comments on abuse and confession: Irish News

Bono cites Hume in EU polemic as U2 tour kicks off: Derry Journal

Sinn Féin RHI plan would mean no compensation for most RHI claimants: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Political rivals unite behind Derry 'City Deal' following Brokenshire meeting (Aug 28): Derry Journal

Lord Adonis blasts Dublin to Belfast 'infrequent snail' train service (Aug 28): Belfast Telegraph

Emails show DUP MP Emma Little-Pengelly's lobbying over Glider bus stop: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Why Catholics don't deserve to have the crimes of clerical abusers hung around their necks (Aug 18): Belfast Telegraph
Michael Kelly

The Irish Times view on the papal visit fallout – now the church must act on abuse (Aug 31): The Irish Times

US President Donald Trump to visit Ireland in November – 'You're not welcome here' says SDLP leader Eastwood: Belfast Telegraph

'The US President is always welcome in Ireland' – Donald Trump announces Irish visit: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Donald Trump visit – Opposition deputies condemn plan and warn of protests: The Irish Times
Simon Carswell and Colm Keena

Harvard Irish course will study colonialism, civil war and today's Ireland: Irish Voice/
James O'Shea

Parents at Greystones school back no confidence vote in board of management (Aug 30): The Irish Times
Carl O'Brien

Harris criticises Greystones Church of Ireland school enrolment policy: The Irish Times
Carl O'Brien

Michael Duffy would have no issue facing Northern Ireland in first game for the Republic: Irish Mirror
Paul O'Hehir

Declan Rice must follow heart with England call, says West Ham boss Manuel Pellegrini (Aug 30): London Evening Standard
Giuseppe Muro

Jacob Rees-Mogg – Scotland should be allowed to hold second independence referendum: The Scotsman
Chris Green

NUJ slams 'sectarian and misogynistic abuse' of journalist of Irish Catholic heritage: Irish Post
Gerard Donaghy


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