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Wednesday, September 30

Justice powers devolved soon – PM: BBC

'Devolution of policing is a unionist objective': The News Letter (Sep 28)
Sammy Wilson

Robinson warned 'do not play into hands of Allister': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Robinson may defend Westminster seat: UTV Internet

Foster to fight Fermanagh and South Tyrone: The News Letter

Ireland's cold war could keep electoral peace:
Henry McDonald

Garda and PSNI pledge on dissident republicans: The Irish Times
Ruadhán Mac Cormaic

Dissidents looking for recruits: Derry Journal

Sinead O'Connor song taken off Real IRA website: Belfast Telegraph
Michael Lavery

No protest at parade – éirígí: The News Letter

Death Threat: Derry Journal

Alert disrupts policing meeting: UTV Internet

Hotel 'won't hold DPP meetings': BBC

Matt Baggott's new employers demand apology over Pilkington tragedy: The Times
David Sharrock and Richard Ford

Man shot five times by masked men: BBC

Congressional hearing into loyalist murder: UTV Internet

Why should I be ashamed? 25 years after Brighton bomb, Labour lets unrepentant Martin McGuinness into the Grand Hotel: Daily Mail
Jason Groves & Christian Gysin

McGuinness event angers Tebbitt: BBC

Man arrested in UVF murders probe: UTV Internet

Mo Mowlam was not a deal maker: The News Letter
Liam Clarke

IRA volunteers praised at new monument: Derry Journal

GAA – we'll co-operate with funds revision: Belfast Telegraph

SF disrupts Yes news conference: RTE

SF supporters accused of 'bully tactics' by Gilmore: The Irish Times
Steven Carroll

How Euro Treaty may create a brand new generation of rebels: Belfast Telegraph
Eric Waugh

The importance of a Yes vote: The Irish Times

Deal claims 'completely wrong' – O Bradaigh: Irish News

Hunger strike claims 'attack on SF' – McGuinness: Derry Journal

Sinn Fein leaders didn't want protest to end says ex-minister: Irish News
Bimpe Archer

O'Rawe warned of backlash from republicans – journalist: Irish News
Allison Morris

Tuesday, September 29

Talks on justice deal delayed for a week: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Most people want to give the peace process a go but when kids opt for violence you fear for the future: The Sun (Sep 28)
David Lowe

Assembly is not delivering good government for Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Jim Allister

Is the Stormont ship of state sinking fast before our eyes?: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Parts of North's government 'virtually untouched by devolution': Ireland_On-Line

US hearing is secured into killing of McCord: Belfast Telegraph

Man in court over gun charges: UTV Internet

IRA names could mean GAA fund cut: BBC

Ritchie giving leadership consideration: Irish News
Suzanne McGonagle

IRA trio 'not quizzed over killing': Belfast Telegraph

Assembly votes down SF motion critical of Nama: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

EU accused of 'unlawful' intervention in Irish referendum: Daily Telegraph
Bruno Waterfield

Voters should beware the advice of false friends across Irish Sea: The Irish Times
Denis MacShane

EU expansion depends on Ireland: The Independent (Sep 28)

McIlroy targets Olympic medal with GB: RTE

Rory McIlroy would face difficult choice at the 2016 Olympic Games: Daily Telegraph
Mark Reason

Downgrading the British Army's presence in Scotland plays into the nationalists' hands: Daily Telegraph
Alan Cochrane

The Hunger Strike – Special Investigation: Irish News

Stature of ten men unassailed: Irish News

Chain of events that led to deaths: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Deal allegations hurtful to family: Irish News
Allison Morris

INLA man's son calls for inquiry: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Unionists in NIO scuppered deal: Irish News
Laurence McKeown

Search for truth a sacred duty: Irish News
Richard O'Rawe

Official files would enlighten debate: Irish News

Monday, September 28

Allister hoping to 'paralyse' Assembly: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Cash crisis in Sinn Féin: Sunday Tribune (Sep 27)
Conor McMorrow and Shane Coleman

Sinn Fein rubbishes 'financial crisis' claims: Belfast Telegraph

Ex-DUP adviser to lead evangelical group of lobbyists: Belfast Telegraph

Ritchie 'could stand for leader': BBC

Is Ritchie to run for leadership of SDLP?: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Harrison

McGrady fights election as Ritchie's door opens: Irish News (Sep 25)

Ministers 'accentuating the positive': BBC
Jim Fitzpatrick

IRA hunger strikers 'could have been saved': UTV Internet

Peter Mandelson – The most obnoxious pol ever: Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd

Victims' campaigner to sue Chief Constable: Belfast Media (Sep 22)

Executive warned on report delay: BBC (Sep 21)

O'Bradaigh quits as Republican Sinn Fein chief: Belfast Telegraph
Victor Gordon

Ulster's fallen policemen remembered: Belfast Telegraph

Bishop warns cuts may harm ethos of Protestant schools: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Euro federalists bully us and buy our vote: Sunday Business Post (Sep 27)
Tom McGurk

Ireland writes its own story:
Peter Preston

Deference will again be the undoing of the Irish: Sunday Business Post (Sep 27)
Vincent Browne

Yes please, Ireland: Financial Times

From football pitch to political battlefield to pastures new: The Irish Times (Sep 25)
Lara Marlowe

Taxpayers' bill for policing parades soars to £1.7 million: The Scotsman
Martyn McLaughlin

Toll of violence from parades and policing costs revealed: The Herald
Gerry Braiden

The cost of parades: The Herald

Sunday, September 27

Transfer policing powers 'sooner rather than later': Irish News
William Graham

Victims of the Troubles may sue over IRA arms: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Thompson to campaign against papal visit: Irish News

The election race takes off: The News Letter (Sep 21)
Alex Kane

Irish police being sent to Libya: Belfast Media
Des Wilson

Sinead song used in RIRA YouTube recruitment drive: Evening Herald
Michael Lavery

Dissidents plan protest at Regiment's parade: The News Letter

Brutal sectarian attacker not a lost cause court told: Irish News

Message in book for all dissidents: Irish News

RUC dad's agonising dilemma – Put son or operation at risk?: Irish News
Diana Rusk

Ulster-Scots society puts case to Europe: The News Letter (Sep 23)

Bungle over page numbers delays Bloody Sunday report: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke and Jon Ungoed-Thomas

Sheridan appointed to Equality Commission: Fermanagh Herald

Mandelson 'slowed' peace process, says Ahern: The Sunday Times
Sarah McInerney

Reynolds rightly claims the peace dividend – before losing the plot: Irish Examiner (Sep 23)
Steven King

Hope still alive that winds of change will blow over Lisbon: Irish News
James Kelly

Fans slam BBC failure to screen All-Ireland: Irish News (Sep 21)
Ashleigh McDonald

Final poll shows Yes side ahead: RTE

Ireland's EU referendum is the last stand against the 'project': Sunday Telegraph
Christopher Booker

The real story is Ireland, not Brighton: Independent on Sunday
John Rentoul

Yes could see Blair as Europe's president: Sunday Independent
Ivor Roberts

David Cameron's Irish problem over Lisbon Treaty on future of EU: The Observer
Toby Helm and Henry McDonald

Visit 'stemmed the flow of Church's moral authority': Irish News
Valerie Robinson

Welcome for the Pope started a goodbye to what he represented: Sunday Independent
Joseph O'Connor

Falling off history's page: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

No deal on Megrahi, says Gaddafi: BBC

Tiernan, safe with the tribe, lacks bottle of a true satirist: Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

Saturday, September 26

Peace process 'as fragile as it's ever been' says UDA chief: Belfast Media
Alana Fearon

'Real UFF' claim Antrim bomb: The News Letter

Axing of PSNI reserves challenged in court: UTV Internet

Walkabout for PSNI chief Baggott: BBC

The welfare of victims a priority for DUP: Belfast Media
Jimmy Spratt

McDonnell and Ritchie to compete for top spot: Irish News
William Graham

McGuinness cleared over office complaint: UTV Internet

£1/2 million cost for policing contentious parade: Belfast Media

Black defects to Ulster Unionist: Fermanagh Herald (Sep 23)

New twist in Maiden City name change row: Belfast Telegraph (Sep 24)
Lisa Smyth

Lisneal head defends name change decision: Derry Journal

Protestant pupil was not snubbed, NILGA: Londonderry Sentinel

Bullied schoolgirl's family to leave Donegal: Derry Journal

Dissident seeks document disclosure: UTV Internet

UVF man to appeal conviction for brutal murder of teenagers: Belfast Telegraph

No-one has ever been brought to justice. Survivor asks 'why?': Irish News (Sep 23)

Tories pledge to end costly inquiries: The News Letter

Insider was ready to assassinate Brian Faulkner: Belfast Media
Alana Fearon

Plan to assassinate Faulkner 'would have changed history': Irish News
Diana Rusk

Newsagent shot dead in 1994 'was IRA adjutant': Irish News
Diana Rusk

Low-key welcome for heroic regiment: The News Letter (Sep 21)

Irish poll predicting victory for anti-treaty lobby dismissed as 'voodoo':
Ian Traynor

Has Ireland become a nation of yes men?: The Independent
John Lichfield

The Lisbon Treaty – Vote Yes, vote for a future: Irish Examiner

Sinn Fein president 'not against' picketing drug pushers: Cork Independent
Christine Allen

The Act of Settlement is just fine:
Stuart Reid

Day of reckoning here for the folks on the hill: Irish News (Sep 24)
Newton Emerson

Terrace critics should accept Assembly is not all bad: The News Letter (Sep 21)
Sammy Wilson

Call to Snip Gaeltacht Affairs ignored: Irish Examiner
Ciaran Folan and Conor Ryan

Irish language learning to rise: Irish Post
Tony Birtill

Friday, September 25

Robinson in justice deal promise: BBC

Clinton hosts US forum on North: The Irish Times
Lara Marlowe

Bill Clinton works his magic at Northern Irish Forum: Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd

Police checks – 'necessary evil': Ulster Herald
Michele Canning

Police cuts 'hit dissident fight': BBC

Republican bomb alerts in Northern Ireland total 750 in two years:
Henry McDonald

More arrests in dissident probe: BBC

Bomb-maker never arrested for previous IRA explosion, claims source: Sunday Tribune (Sep 20)
Suzanne Breen

Policing progress will not be halted: Irish News

Don't give way to the dissidents: The News Letter

An unwelcome return to the past: Ulster Herald

SDLP will elect new leader at February conference: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

New leader must heal division with Sinn Fein: Irish News
Jim Gibney

Weapons row 'shows dangers of Direct Rule': The News Letter

Loyalist parade re-routed to ease tensions: UTV Internet

Murder-accused denied bail over intimidation fear: Belfast Telegraph

Orange Hall attacks – Storey calls for urgent police meeting: Ballymoney Times

Teenager shot in Portadown: The News Letter

Bloody Sunday inquiry delay angers victims' relatives:
Henry McDonald

Woodward to meet Bloody Sunday families: UTV Internet

Bloody Sunday inquiry findings could be 'buried in rush' of next year's General Election: Daily Mail

Bloody Sunday – the wait continues:
Eamonn McCann

We can't have any 'Nuremberg' trials here, say loyalists: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Man released over 1986 murder: UTV Internet

Police Federation chief slams Libya fiasco: Belfast Telegraph

I'll sit down with McGuinness if IRA apologises for killing my parents in Shankill bomb atrocity: Belfast Telegraph
Jim Dee

Ex-officer denies RUC cover-up over alleged assault: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne Henry

Go-ahead for IRA inquest challenge: Irish News

Family welcomes new Motorman inquest: Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid

Loyalists challenge Sinn Féin over basque flag: Londonderry Sentinel

It's doomed!: Londonderry Sentinel
William Allen

Irish democrats still say no to Lisbon:
Declan Ganley

Thursday, September 24

New York talks won't see deal – Robinson: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Robinson under fresh pressure on policing: Irish News
William Graham

Martin seeks justice devolution in North: Irish Examiner
Shaun Connolly

NI's process 'should be studied': BBC
Mark Devenport

SF must stop appeasing the men in black hats: Irish News
Brian Feeney

Assembly must work better for everyone: The News Letter
Reg Empey

Irish political leaders in New York for UN and Clinton Summit: Irish Voice/
Debbie McGoldrick

Ministers on a mission to bring US trade to Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne Henry

Kelly pounds beat at Clinton event: Irish Echo
Susan Garraty

Dissident violence 'not on the radar' of US investors: Belfast Telegraph
Jim Dee

Bomb made safe as Baggott takes over: The News Letter

Dissidents disrupt DPP meeting: Derry Journal

Durkan 'to stay until February': BBC

Party chief singled out as Hume's heir from earliest days of career: Irish News (Sep 21)
Seamus McKinney

Pope may visit Northern Ireland: Irish Voice/

Alliance charging money to 'influence manifesto': The News Letter
Sam McBride

Call to suspend Derry name-change: BBC

Victims protest over Gaddafi visit: UTV Internet

Frazer in compassion call to Gaddafi on IRA victims: Belfast Telegraph

Libya must act now to help victims: The News Letter

Shock as Bloody Sunday Inquiry delayed again: Daily Telegraph
Rosa Prince

Families' dismay at Saville delay: BBC

Loughinisland survivor breaks 15-year silence: Irish News
Barry McCaffrey

Inquiry into IRA monument: The News Letter

Murder witness moved over threats: BBC

Executive warned on report delay: BBC (Sep 21)

Comrades of Massereene soldiers head back to base: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne Henry

Odds are on Irish saying 'Yes' to EU reforms: The Scotsman
Carmel Crimmins

'Yes' camp's funding under fire as second Irish vote on Lisbon treaty looms: The Times (Sep 23)
David Sharrock

Durkan criticises Tory Eurosceptics: The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún & Marie O'Halloran

Wednesday, September 23

Justice Bill passes second stage: BBC

PSNI chief will need all support he can get: The News Letter

Police must deliver – Councillor " hOisín: Derry Journal

New Northern Ireland police chief says public will help defeat terrorists:
Henry McDonald

PSNI chief says dissident threat real: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty & Seán Mac Connell

Man of faith who cracked down on gun and drug crime: The News Letter

'Mission impossible' for new police chief: The News Letter

Two dissident suspects arrested: BBC

Checkpoints lead to traffic chaos: Derry Journal

Minister pushes for Irish Act: UTV Internet

McDonnell the favourite to be next SDLP leader: The News Letter

Durkan to focus on Foyle: Derry Journal

Speedy Durkan departure crucial to party's survival: Irish News
Fionnuala O'Connor

Don't set up a successor, Durkan:
Mick Fealty

The DUP's rent-a-quote tactics help Jim Allister: The News Letter
Liam Clarke

Tory link-up gives UUP fighting chance: Irish News
Tom Kelly

Did republicans pull a fast one when putting arms beyond use?: Belfast Telegraph
Eric Waugh

First meeting of victims forum in Belfast: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Agreement on victim definition 'shouldn't get in way of Forum': Belfast Telegraph

Stormont is paralysed, with both sides now further apart than ever: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

'Climate of fear' in Coleraine – Dallat: UTV Internet

St Cecilia's girls targeted at Lisneal: Derry Journal

Orange trip focuses on terrorism impact: The News Letter

Two questioned over 1986 murders: BBC

Blow from RUC baton led to death, expert says: Belfast Telegraph

McCausland slams hunger strike commemoration: UTV Internet

DUP says Libya talks 'constructive': The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

DUP pair talk to Libyan officials: BBC

Eight-module policing course tailored to a dictator's needs: The Irish Times
Newton Emerson

Economist warns North must expect expenditure cuts: The Irish Times (Sep 22)
Francess McDonnell

Northern Ireland 'is only threat to minimum wage': Irish Independent
Aidan O'Connor

Radical rethink on schooling ethos in offing: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Protestant Churches issue treaty warning: Irish News
Valerie Robinson

Gilmore challenges SF to push for rise in North: The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún

Tuesday, September 22

Robinson, McGuinness talk policing with Brown: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Policing talks to continue in NYC: BBC

'Devolution should be more democratic' – Robinson: UTV Internet

DUP and Sinn Fein at odds over deal timing: Belfast Telegraph
Sam Lister

Dialogue is too important to be left to politicians: Irish News
Roy Garland

Why we need politicians to unite to break down barriers: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Security tight for arrival of new PSNI chief: RTE

Northern Ireland police chief Matt Baggott faces familiar Troubles: The Times
David Sharrock

Matt Baggott – New Chief Constable's wealth of experience: Belfast Telegraph
Lisa Smyth

Matt Baggott faces 'the biggest test of his career': The Times
Sean O'Neill

Baggott deserves our full support: The News Letter

Sinn Fein praises police response over hijackings: Irish News
Diana Rusk

Maskey – Cross-community support for police is vital: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Battle for SDLP leadership begins: BBC

Timing of decision to quit seat catches ex-colleagues off guard: Irish News
John Manley

Mark Durkan – was he given the push?: Belfast Telegraph

'Knives were out' for Durkan: Irish News
William Graham

SDLP's big guns tight-lipped on a possible successor to Durkan: Belfast Telegraph

Lame duck announcement a huge strategic error: Irish News
Brian Feeney

Which way now for the SDLP?: Irish News

Who'll take the SDLP forward?: Belfast Telegraph

DUP closes ranks over Libya affair: The News Letter

No more Libya training – Robinson: BBC

Is the Libya bust-up just a chance to kick Ian Paisley Jnr?: Belfast Telegraph
Laurence White

Libyan talks over IRA compensation: The News Letter

Hillary Clinton set for historic Irish visit: Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd

Death threats a prank says DUP: Irish News
Andrea McKernon

Bonfire clear up cost £200,000: UTV Internet

Civil servant stands over Hamill note: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Saville report expected by December: UTV Internet

New Troubles Victims Forum meets: BBC

Open race for SDLP leadership: UTV Internet

Jury rule if stroke linked to police assault: UTV Internet

Blaneys take opposing sides on referendum: The Irish Times

Monday, September 21

Armed hijack in Ulster marks arrival of police chief Matt Baggott: The Times

Human bombs terror of mum and son: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne Henry

Third night of street disorder, fires and hijacking in Armagh: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Lurgan's troubled weekend – Hijacked vehicles, sinister threats and gunmen in masks...: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne Henry

Brown to discuss policing budget: BBC

Durkan to stand down from SDLP leadership: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

NI office obsolete after devolution, say Lib Dems: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Three Orange Halls hit in 24 hours: Belfast Telegraph

Gordon Brown to meet Col Gaddafi amid Libya row: Daily Telegraph
James Kirkup and John Bingham

Sending Northern Ireland police to Libya was insensitive, says top officer: Belfast Telegraph

MacLochlainn not backing off Customs comments: Derry Journal (Sep 18)

Proposal galvanised Unionists: Londonderry Sentinel (Sep 17)

Race activists held over kill threats: Sunday Life (Sep 20)
Ciarán Barnes

You will never get this from Tourism Ireland: The News Letter (Sep 10)
Geoff Hill

Navy sparks war with unionists: Sunday Tribune (Sep 20)
Ken Sweeney

Family misses Canadian holiday due to anomaly: Impartial Reporter (Sep 3)

The Black & The Green – Parallels: Irish Echo (Sep 9)

Ganley got death threats during Euro election bid: Sunday Tribune (Sep 20)
Conor McMorrow and Shane Coleman

Voting No is no longer an option: Irish Independent

There's more to Scotland's future than independence: The Herald (Sep 7)

Sunday, September 20

Northern Ireland – police clampdown amid fears of major terror attack: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Third night of trouble in Armagh: BBC

Hijackings are branded an absolute disgrace by PSNI: The News Letter

CIRA use 'stolen' Semtex: The Sunday Times
John Mooney

The republican dissident dilemma in Northern Ireland:
Jason Walsh

Stormont flashpoints: Belfast Telegraph (Sep 18)

Modest proposal leaves Stormont hungry: BBC
Jim Fitzpatrick

Sharing not for Stormont: Irish News
Newton Emerson

Libya, Northern Ireland and the true meaning of the 'centre ground':
David Lindsay

Tractor may have been used in Orange Hall attack: The News Letter

Murder victim's family threatened: UTV Internet

"This could have been our Omagh": Donegal Democrat
Matt Britton

Anger over Lisneal name change letter: Derry Journal (Sep 18)

Demand is 'last throw of the dice' for Sinn Fein: Londonderry Sentinel (Sep 17)

Shooting victim asks for prison: BBC

5,000 AOH members to descend on Falls Road: Belfast Media (Sep 18)

An Irishman's Diary: The Irish Times (Sep 19)
Frank McNally

An exhibition with a vivid story unfolding: Irish News (Sep 17)
Barry McCaffrey

Northern Ireland MPs list their income from outside Westminster: Belfast Telegraph (Sep 14)
David Gordon

Wilson displays leadership quality on public service bonuses: The Irish Times (Sep 15)
Francess McDonnell

Europe – will Ireland do the indecent thing?: Sunday Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Undemocratic treaty about impressing the neighbours: Irish News
Patrick Murphy

She toured like a rock star: The Times (Sep 11)
Mary Kenny

Fan banned after waving IRA flag: BBC (Sep 17)

Saturday, September 19

Mob tries to spark riot after jailing of dissident mortar trio: Irish Independent
Emily Moulton

Armed men 'seen at disturbances': BBC

Police find replica weapon after night of street violence: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Operation to tackle dissident activity: UTV Internet

Jail terms send stark warning: Irish News

Massereene accused released on bail: RTE

Prospect of 'imminent' Massereene extradition: Irish News

Suspicion, silence and stalemate stalk the corridors of Stormont: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

There's neither warmth nor animosity between Robinson and McGuinness: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

New crisis threatens peace in Northern Ireland: Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd

Robinson plan of a return to majority rule is just fantasy, says McGuinness: Belfast Telegraph
Martin McGuinness

Leaders must rise above division: Belfast Telegraph

DUP need to recognise all victims: Belfast Media
Alex Maskey

McGuinness, Robinson to meet with Bill Clinton on Northern Ireland problems: Irish Voice/
Kenneth Haynes

Paisley jnr approved PSNI assistance in Libyan police training: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Victims of IRA violence horrified senior Northern Ireland policeman was sent to Tripoli to train Libyan officers: Daily Mail

Time to resolve the 'shoot to kill' issue: Belfast Telegraph (Sep 17)

Council issues reminder to take down flags: Ulster Star

Welcome to Prods in the Park: Belfast Media

Stone's appeal postponed until next year: UTV Internet

Court told NIO offered Mahood £40k to 'go away' after attacks: Irish News

Death threats to Donegal mayor: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

MacLochlainn blasts Mayor's death threats: Derry Journal

Ex-BBC head joins equality body: BBC

Inishowen car seizures: Customs 'acting like RUC': Derry Journal (Sep 4)

Ganley tells 'unhelpful' British MEP to pack his tent and go: Irish Independent
Aidan O'Connor

Ireland warned not to reject Lisbon treaty: Financial Times
John Murray Brown

Emotions running high as Ireland weighs the cost of a vote for Europe: The Times
David Sharrock

Friday, September 18

Policing and justice finance package nearing 'end game': Irish News
William Graham

SF and DUP clash on integration policy: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

DUP turns heat up on Sinn Fein: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Hanging in there: The Economist

Robinson vows to cut Stormont budget: UTV Internet

McCord's optimism over Victims' Forum: Belfast Telegraph

It's time to define right from wrong: The News Letter

TUV goes on offensive with publicity drive: The News Letter

Northern Ireland – Trouble flares after republican dissidents jailed:
Henry McDonald

Trouble flares as dissident trio are jailed: UTV Internet

The day a deadly plot was foiled: BBC

Mother fears her son will die in prison: UTV Internet

Shoot-to-kill in Northern Ireland – the coroner who refuses to let a dark chapter simply fade away: Belfast Telegraph
Matt McCreary

Shoot-to-kill – two long legal roads: Belfast Telegraph

Early test of new chief constable: Irish News

Legal action launched against Chief Constable: UTV Internet

Five officers too ill to appear in court: Irish News

End to Royal Black Institution called for in scathing new book: Irish News
Maeve Connolly

Protestants unite for resounding 'No': Londonderry Sentinel
Olga Bradshaw

City should have two official names: Londonderry Sentinel

Oglaigh group previously dealt drugs in North: Cork Independent
Christine Allen

2 Indian families racially attacked in Northern Ireland: Times of India (Sep 17)

Fresh row over IRA memorial: Ulster Herald
Alan Rodgers

Sinn Fein yet to seek permission for hunger strike memorial: Impartial Reporter

IRA monument 'an insult to unionists': The News Letter

Memorials debate: Ulster Herald

Passing of a true gentleman breaks link with Irish history: Irish News
Jim Gibney

O'Caoláin – SF not divided on Lisbon: Irish Examiner
Mary Regan

No camp's 'nasty' outside help: Irish Examiner

A malign influence from Britain: The Irish Times

Thursday, September 17

Brown seeks deal on PSNI plan: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

No deal on NI devolution budget: BBC

Allister slams devolution in new dossier: UTV Internet

Forces of hate could fill vacuum in Northern Ireland – Orde warning to Peter Robinson and Martin McGuinness: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon and Noel McAdam

DUP rejects SF integration paper: BBC

Could this document really change anything?: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

A delay that suits the dissidents: Belfast Telegraph

DUP begins fight on definition of victims: The News Letter

SDLP and SF reject victims' proposal: Irish News

Majority vote speech merely a plank in DUP election platform: Irish News
Brian Feeney

Fermanagh alert was a hoax, but 15 families suffered: Belfast Telegraph

Real IRA threatens to kill Cork drug dealers: The Irish Times
Barry Roche

Bishop blasts attacks on relatives of PSNI: Derry Journal

Conlon backs Massereene defendant's hospital plea: Irish News
Barry McCaffrey

'Don't underestimae Real IRA's bomb capabilities': Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne Henry

Anti-terror legal challenge outcome to set precedent: Irish News

Allister hails breakthrough as ex-DUP men join party: The News Letter

So, why did Mr Parsley take sharp right turn?: Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

Petrol bombs thrown at the Fountain: Derry Journal

Remove flags, say Councillors: Ulster Herald

Gerry Adams visa was a very close call – Ted Kennedy: Irish Voice/ (Sep 15)
Niall O'Dowd

Prosecution not aware Hamill officer's alibi was discredited: Irish News
Bimpe Archer

Evidence in English case nears completion: Irish News

Trio held over McDaid death freed: BBC

Ultimatum over 'shoot-to-kill' reports: UTV Internet

Shoot-to-kill reports ruling welcomed: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Ireland's David rejoins battle to defeat Goliath EU's Lisbon treaty: The Times
David Sharrock

New Defamation Act 'is a mix of the good, bad and the ugly': Irish Independent
Allison Bray

Wednesday, September 16

DUP leader downplays talks hopes: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Devolution of justice powers 'must be focus': UTV Internet

First Minister and Deputy smooth relations after spat: The News Letter

Proposed voting changes would build on success of the Assembly: Belfast Telegraph
Peter Robinson

Minister pledges to improve PSNI: BBC

Gillespie 'committed' to improving policing: UTV Internet

Ten years on from Patten there are new challenges: The News Letter
Liam Clarke

Police cuts are fatally mistimed: Belfast Telegraph

Five arrested in dissident probe: BBC

Clarke condemns Real IRA death threat: Antrim Times
Lorna McKay

'Republican vigilantes' threaten to kill Cork drug dealers: Belfast Telegraph

It's still early days in the dissident learning-curve: Irish News
Fionnuala O'Connor

Suspects' challenge to terror laws may have significant implications: Irish News

Former DUP councillors join TUV: UTV Internet

PSNI criticised following petrol bomb incident: Londonderry Sentinel (Sep 9)
Olga Bradshaw

Paramilitaries' relatives 'shouldn't be compensated': UTV Internet

Omagh bomb victim father urges compensation ban for paramilitaries: Belfast Telegraph

UUP – Executive must face up to black hole: Belfast Telegraph

Tory budget 'a horror show' for the North Northern News Editor: The Irish Times

North's milk excluded from new mark: The Irish Times
Seán MacConnell

From Celtic tiger to timid puss:
Simon Tisdall

Ignoring diversity of society is a guarantee for trouble ahead: Irish News
Brian Feeney


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