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Thursday, September 30

Progressive Unionist Party will maintain its UVF link: Belfast Telegraph
Amanda Poole

Baggott to re-submit plan for civilian guard: The News Letter
Sara Givin

Unionists are on the march: Ballymoney Times

Pope and Iris in same news bulletin (Sep 28): Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

Woman injured during sectarian assault in Londonderry: BBC

Conjuring truth from the tricks of memory (Sep 27): Belfast Media
Danny Morrison

Families may see shoot-to-kill reports: UTV Internet

First IRA man to die on active service to be remembered (Sep 27): Belfast Media
Paul Ainsworth

Don't allow Labour's legacy in The North be undone: Irish Post
Fiona Audley

Devolve tax powers to Belfast – McGuinness: Londonderry Sentinel

Robinson and McGuinness meet President Clinton: Derry Journal

Former president outlines measures to create thousands of jobs in North: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Shared education in NI proposed to save costs: BBC

NI loans worth '£3.5bn' owned by Nama: UTV Internet

NAMA warns of pain ahead for developers in the North: Irish Examiner

Norwich sour grapes over city's Culture win (Sep 28): Derry Journal

Gaeltacht areas will 'disappear' over cuts: The Irish Times
Olivia Kelly

BBC axed Del Boy Provo joke (Sep 13): Belfast Telegraph

Venezuela's policing system influenced by Northern Ireland's Police Service (Sep 5):

Scottish independence plan 'an election issue' (Sep 6): BBC

Wednesday, September 29

Garda chief warns of threat posed by republicans: The Irish Times
Conor Lally

Murphy says attack on Britain 'a strong possibility': BBC

Shaun Woodward makes Northern Ireland cuts warning:
Hélène Mulholland

Three on IRA and weapon charges: Evening Herald
Selina Colgan

RAAD told to 'go away and stay away': Derry Journal

We must cut links with UVF, says PUP chief: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

UVF boss 'to turn supergrass': UTV Internet

Order 'left disadvantaged' over parades: The News Letter

'No alternative' to Parades Commission: UTV Internet

Order in snub to first minister: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Parades Bill Hits Pothole (Sep 27): BBC
Mark Devenport

Ringland to decide on UUP future 'by the weekend': BBC

Who can woo unionism's Mondeo Men?: The News Letter
Liam Clarke

How Elliott reflects the reality for Mr Mainstream Unionist: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Too late for Tom Elliott to save Ulster unionism: Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

My vision for a vibrant Northern Ireland future: Belfast Telegraph
Tom Elliott

Tom Elliott regrets that he will be unable to attend . . .: The Irish Times
Newton Emerson

Cohesion strategy 'fatally flawed': Belfast Telegraph

Good Relations, Equality, Chickens and Eggs: BBC
Mark Devenport

Former US president Bill Clinton to visit Londonderry: BBC

Bill Clinton on visit to Northern Ireland: RTE

Finucane case pressed at highest level in US: Belfast Media

New Disappeared search to begin in NI: UTV Internet

Search for Disappeared victim draws to a close: Belfast Telegraph
Amanda Poole

Using forensic archaeology to find the Disappeared: BBC
Natalie Lindo

Murder victim Kieran Doherty's relatives demand answers from MI5: Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid

UDR guns used in murder of Catholic workmen: Belfast Media
Scott Jamison

Northern Ireland police reservist's killer trapped by DNA on cigarette butt, court told:
Henry McDonald

There's no stopping 'Murph campaign: Belfast Media
Gráinne McWilliams & Damien Brown

'This is our new history': Derry Journal

Wright – Puppetmasters weren't quizzed: Belfast Media
Mark Thompson

Adams slams 'out of touch' Wilson: Belfast Telegraph

Osborne 'flexible' on NI cuts: UTV Internet

Sammy Wilson in IRA jibe as spending cuts row grows: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Politicians should show united front: Belfast Telegraph

Where's the Irish Mandela to lead us back into the Commonwealth?: Irish Examiner
Steven King

The Vatican and Britain as allies: Belfast Media

Tuesday, September 28

Cuts could pose threat to security says MacAskill: The Scotsman
Gareth Rose

Significant threat from dissidents – Ahern: RTE

Northern Ireland police found 'walking stick gun' court hears:
Henry McDonald

Two charged with IRA membership: RTE

Gardai foil RIRA brothers' attack on gangs: Evening Herald

Bomb alert in Rosemount: Derry Journal

Nationalist Ireland will defeat the dissidents: The News Letter
Mervyn Gibson

Dallat claims 'rubbish' – UDA: UTV Internet

Jim Allister to contest Assembly election: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Concerns raised about parades legislation: The News Letter

Orangemen decision on parades not for review: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Reprieve for Parade's Commission: Belfast Telegraph

Poignant vigil is a beacon of hope: Belfast Telegraph

Bill Clinton to visit Derry and Dublin: The Irish Times

Ex-president to provide warm-up act for Washington conference: The Irish Times
Francess McDonnell

Judges 'in the dark' over Omagh appeals: UTV Internet

Maze conflict centre to open in 2015: UTV Internet

Man arrested over 1981 RUC reservist murder: The News Letter
Michael McGlade

Man charged with RUC murder: UTV Internet

Robinson, McGuinness in clash: The News Letter

Tough times: UTV Internet
Ken Reid

On the right road (Sep 13): Belfast Telegraph

Incinerator row spills over into Stormont: UTV Internet

Benedict's insult to his Irish flock: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Ministers meet in attempt to co-ordinate crime crackdown: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Will ETA ceasefire hold in face of indifference by the Spanish? (Sep 13): Belfast Media
Paul Ainsworth

Monday, September 27

Cameron told not to overreact on terror threats: Belfast Telegraph
Sam Lister

Peter Robinson pushes for ring fencing of anti-terror money: Belfast Telegraph

UUP on life support as party goes down traditional route: Irish Independent
Maurice Hayes

Our unbelievable past hints at eventful future (Sep 13): The News Letter
Liam Logan

Cancer-stricken Frazer got abuse calls from IRA (Sep 26): Sunday Tribune
Suzanne Breen

FAIR 'confident' of renewed funding (Sep 24): The News Letter
Mark Rainey

UDA recruiting children in North-West – Dallat: BBC

North Belfast – Two communities, one future (Sep 24): Belfast Telegraph
Marie Foy

Painting a brighter future in Belfast:
Billy Briggs

'IRA' grass markings slammed (Sep 24): Derry Journal

Sinn Fein president – Dialogue is key: Daily Princetonian
Rachel Jackson

Man arrested over murder of RUC policeman in 1981: BBC

Gerry McGeough trial put on hold after emergency heart surgery (Sep 26): Sunday Tribune
Suzanne Breen

Coleraine's NF leader "thanks" MLA (Sep 22): Coleraine Times

Saville to appear before Commons committee: Londonderry Sentinel

Killed for being an informer, but it was just a lie (Sep 25): Belfast Telegraph

Troubles trauma film screening: Londonderry Sentinel

Irish language policy 'urgent' (Sep 21): Derry Journal

No, thank you Barry McGuigan . . . for bringing us together as one (Sep 18): Belfast Telegraph
John Laverty

God save their Queen – why one elderly lady is still splitting the country (Sep 26): Sunday Tribune
Suzanne Breen

Boycott fails to dent attendance at Mass: Irish Independent
Grainne Cunningham and Ralph Riegel

Iris Robinson's homophobia 'inspires' play (Sep 20): The Guardian
Owen Bowcott

EU-Nato ties will not affect Irish neutrality, says Cowen (Sep 14): The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún and Arthur Beesley

Inquiries hobbled (Sep 21): Derry Journal
Eamonn McCann

Sunday, September 26

Terror threat to British mainland demands better police resources, says Northern Ireland first minister: The Observer
Mark Townsend

Fear of new wave of terrorism by dissident groups: Evening Herald
Wesley Johnson

Man charged with terrorist offences: UTV Internet

Blast bomb found in north Belfast: BBC

Óglaigh na h'Éireann claim gun attack (Sep 24): Derry Journal

The modern world is sweeping into Ulster: The News Letter
Tim Collins

Orangemen to press the Justice Minister: Portadown Times

'Sickening' attack on church is condemned: The News Letter
Michael McGlade

When truth replaces prejudice, we'll start to win the drugs war (Sep 21): Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn McCann

Jungle justice must end (Sep 24): Derry Journal

Haddock bail hearing adjourned: UTV Internet

Bomb accused 'offered undertaker job': Belfast Telegraph

Patrick Ireland, back from the grave (Sep 23):
Conor O'Clery

Woman who fought for 37 years to get to truth of an IRA murder: Belfast Telegraph

Hotel bomb attack almost wiped out both Thatcher and her cabinet (Sep 25): The Herald
Chris Watt

Peace money secured for sports unity project: Londonderry Sentinel

PMS work intensifies as time runs out: The News Letter

In praise of ... Gaelic sports (Sep 21): The Guardian

Pope's UK visit let us peek beyond caricatures: The Irish Times
Breda O'Brien

Bishops ask massgoers to ignore boycott: RTE

Orangemen march 'was peaceful':
Lynn Cox

Saturday, September 25

MI5 warns Britain facing double terrorism threat:
Vikram Dodd, Richard Norton-Taylor and Henry McDonald

Irish terror threat to Tory conference: The Herald
Michael Settle

MI5 ramps up warning of IRA mainland attack as banks are dubbed as potential targets: Daily Mail
Jack Doyle and James Slack

Robinson 'worried' by terror threat: RTE

Killers say they will not give up: The Herald
Chris Watt

Óglaigh na h'Éireann warn 'agents': Derry Journal

UUP-DUP differences now largely synthetic: The News Letter
Peter Robinson

Basil McCrea backers to stay despite UUP leadership defeat: Belfast Telegraph

Ulster Unionism.... B.C.: BBC
Mark Devenport

Elliott must unite UUP or see it fall: Belfast Telegraph

Veteran republican tells Journal – 'Fr Chesney did not bomb Claudy': Derry Journal

Chilling death threats to MP: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

David Ervine's brother Brian reveals ambition to lead the PUP: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Michael Campbell's Lithuania weapons hearing delayed: BBC

RIRA gun running pair to be sentenced next week: Belfast Telegraph

RAAD gunman 'wasn't drunk': Derry Journal

Man, 24, charged over Ardoyne riots: UTV Internet

Orange order highlights 335 murders of members: Londonderry Sentinel

'Why did they murder my son?': Newtownabbey Times
Duncan Elder

Family of Disappeared renew appeal: UTV Internet

Terrorism detentions for 28 days to be ended: The Independent
Nigel Morris and Mark Hughes

Fingerprint evidence 'not authorised': UTV Internet

Majority in favour of queen visit: Irish Independent

Archbishop urges Catholics to make their faith more visible: The Scotsman
Paula Fentiman

Benedict will bounce Anglicans into the Roman Catholic Church (Sep 22):
Damian Thompson

Boycotting Mass – Ms Sleeman is just the messenger: Irish Examiner

Friday, September 24

Put first minister issue to the Ulster people: The News Letter
Mike Nesbitt

Ringland calls on UUP chief to change attitude on GAA: Irish Examiner
Michael Moynihan

Leader Elliott plays down GAA row: UTV Internet

Political Review – Weakened UUP looks to Elliott for direction: The News Letter

Unionist leader must appeal to centrists: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Brand new day for Fermanagh: UTV Internet
Ken Reid

Tom Elliott wins UUP race... but now his problems really begin: Belfast Telegraph

A defeat for the Ulster Unionist modernisers is a worry for the DUP: The Spectator
David Blackburn

Mistake to underestimate Tom Elliott: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

A new direction for the UUP: The Irish Times

Challenging times ahead for Elliott: The News Letter

I'd rather go to Outer Mongolia than visit Co Tipperary, claims councillor: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne Henry

Nenagh's charms fail to impress North councillor: The Irish Times
Michael Parsons

Unionists to attend forum on building a better Ireland: Irish Examiner
Sean O'Riordan

How can the Government turn a blind eye to Moffett murder?: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Loyalist flags removed by Republican activists: Newry Democrat

Revealed – huge bill for Northern Ireland's bonfires: Belfast Telegraph
Andrew Scott

Politicians condemn Rasharkin terror incidents: Ballymoney Times

DUP meets Baggott over Rasharkin: The News Letter

An injustice that was the spark for a political life: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

FAIR faces new funding probe with OFMDFM: The News Letter

California State Senate supports Irish unification (Sep 22): Irish Voice/
Barry J. Whyte

Clinton set to visit Londonderry: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Real IRA chief's brother on trial: Belfast Telegraph

Editor hails court's 'landmark ruling' in harassment case:
Roy Greenslade

'Republic could not afford Northern Ireland': The News Letter
Robin Bury

Miami Showband stamp issued (Sep 22):

The nasty truth about the Pope's critics ... (Sep 21): Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

Thursday, September 23

Tom Elliott wins Ulster Unionist party leadership: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Ex-soldier Tom Elliott wins UUP leadership: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty and Dan Keenan

Integrity epitomised Sir Reg's public service: The News Letter
Danny Kennedy and John McCallister

New leader must revitalise UUP (Sep 22): Belfast Telegraph

Unionists clash again on prospect of Sinn Fein in top post: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Labour could breathe life into Ulster's centenary: The News Letter
Boyd Black

Iris has paid dearly, now it's time to leave her alone (Sep 21): Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

Northern Ireland republican dissidents fire shots in attempted abduction:
Henry McDonald

No substance to dissident republicans' attack threat: Irish Post
Robert Mulhern

Concern over rise in terrorist activity: The News Letter

Militant republicanism on rise in Northern Ireland:
Carl Dinnen and Nina Teggarty

Northern Ireland's fragile peace threatened by economic downturn (Sep 19): Our Sunday Visitor
Michael Kelly

Man arrested in pipe bombs probe: The News Letter

Community is living in fear: Ballymoney Times

Integration plan for Northern Ireland's flashpoints: Belfast Telegraph

Victims Commissioners Under Fire: BBC

Order pays tribute to Troubles victims: The News Letter

GAA member speaks at Orange hall in County Antrim: BBC

O'Loan demonstrates intolerance over Ulster-Scots – Finlay: Ballymoney Times

Dallat slammed over flags issue: Coleraine Times

Wright piper loses harassment battle: UTV Internet

Disappointed Omagh families fail to get probe commitment: Belfast Telegraph
Emily Moulton

Former hunger striker slams cartographers for 'Derry' snub: Londonderry Sentinel

Major peace conference for city: Londonderry Sentinel
Eamon Sweeney

McGuinness – Pope may visit Ireland: Belfast Telegraph

Pope has no plan to visit Ireland in 2012: The Irish Times
Paddy Agnew

BBC defends its papal visit coverage: The News Letter

Lenihan forced to flee RTE in security scare: Evening Herald
Kevin Doyle

Foster joins opposition to Dublin's NIE takeover: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Northern Ireland leaders visit North Carolina:
Johnny Chappell

Ties between Appalachia, Ulster Scots seen on trip: Wilkes Journal-Patriot
Jule Hubbard

Wednesday, September 22

Robinson, Empey approve DUP-UUP talks: The News Letter
Sam McBride

UUP meets to elect new leader to replace Empey: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

1,200 set to decide UUP leader race: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Accused 'key player' in RAAD – court told: Derry Journal

37 charged over Ardoyne rioting: BBC

Rasharkin – Co Antrim village poisoned by sectarianism: Belfast Telegraph
Patrice Dougan

This undignified human rights wake is futile (Sep 17): (from the News Letter)
Austen Morgan

Steering clear of the C word: Derry Journal
Eamonn McCann

Politicians must learn to grasp the nettle of the past: The News Letter
Lord Eames

'Disappeared' family make appeal for new information: BBC

Evans' family search for Gerry continues: The Cross Examiner
Brónagh Murphy

Yorkshire team finds murder body after 29 years (Sep 20): Yorkshire Post
Robert Sutcliffe

'Ireland is very proud of each and every one of you': Derry Journal

Relatives of solider killed by IRA lay wreath (Sep 14): Peterborough Evening Telegraph

Unionists write to Cowen over ESB takeover of NI grid: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Foster urged to state NIE position: Belfast Telegraph

Massive cuts to hurt NI more: UTV Internet

Burying our heads in the sand is just not an option: Belfast Telegraph
Reg Empey

Adams seeks fresh US investment: UTV Internet

How Holyrood no-show exposes thin veneer of Stormont coalition: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Pope Benedict's off colour remarks went too far: The News Letter
Liam Clarke

Pope's visit complete with Big Man cameo: Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

Tensions Linger Between Pope and Anglicans: New York Times
Rachel Donadio

Pope takes baby steps towards church unity: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

ETA accept Hume offer: Derry Journal

Tuesday, September 21

Leave us in peace, says Northern Ireland first minister Peter Robinson:
Henry McDonald

Paisley comment 'no defence' – Wilson: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Under the radar: UTV Internet
Ken Reid

Both Tom and Basil could kill off party: The News Letter
Alex Kane

DUP can't expect votes to come to us anymore: Belfast Telegraph
Nigel Dodds

First Among Equals: BBC
Mark Devenport

'Robinson had to deal with backlash': The News Letter
Sammy Wilson

Unionist split to spark Irish unity: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Ulster Unionist MLA Robert Coulter to retire: BBC

'No talks' between authorities and NI dissidents: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Pubs paying RIRA €1k a month 'to run doors': Evening Herald
Cormac Byrne

Footballer Chris Baird's family home petrol bombed:
Henry McDonald

Bullet sent to Rasharkin woman: UTV Internet

Sectarian assault on Catholic girls 'really obnoxious': Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Billy Wright – a helpful kind of psychopath (Sep 19): (from the Sunday Times)
Liam Clarke

Funeral for 'disappeared' man 'offers hope': The News Letter

Ballymurphy families take campaign to Stormont: BBC

Bus tour places focus on murders: The News Letter

The Pope, Mr Paisley and Presbyterians in a pickle: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Secular tolerance vanishes in a torrent of abuse (Sep 19): Sunday Business Post
Tom McGurk

The Pope's visit went well, but Catholics mustn't annoy Anglicans by crowing about it:
Andrew M Brown

Papal visit leaves a lasting impression: Belfast Telegraph

Hot-commodity handshake more important than meeting the pope: The Irish Times
Francess McDonnell

Martin McGuinness blamed for council delay: Belfast Telegraph

Unemployment in North now at 1998 levels (Sep 19): Sunday Business Post
Peter Geoghegan

Unionist leaders object to ESB's Northern Ireland Electricity takeover: Irish Examiner
Geoff Percival

New map includes Protestant heritage: Londonderry Sentinel

Hume rules out ETA mediation role: RTE

SF taking Coalition 'screaming' to court: The Irish Times
Mary Minihan

Time for schools to cross the great divide: The Scotsman
Ian McKee

Monday, September 20

Ministers in summit to counter dissidents: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Real IRA brothers provoke 'upset' in criminal underworld: Irish Examiner
Cormac O'Keeffe

Ford denies 'blind eye' turned on UVF murder: BBC

NI footballer's parents targeted in bomb attack: UTV Internet

'Sectarian' attack on teenagers in Coleraine: BBC

Civic unionism has secured Union (Sep 17): The News Letter
Aaron Edwards

Shamed NI 'first lady' Iris returns home: Irish Independent

Privacy plea as Iris Robinson returns home: Belfast Telegraph

Remains of man disappeard by the IRA almost 30 years ago are finally laid to rest (Sep 19): Sunday Tribune
Suzanne Breen

Survivors' stories provide us with a beacon of hope (Sep 13): Belfast Telegraph
John Hunter

McGuinness must reveal his IRA past (Sep 10): The News Letter

Report into Billy Wright's murder is disappointing and leaves many crucial questions unanswered: Irish Independent
Maurice Hayes

Ex-internees to launch legal action (Sep 14): Derry Journal

Big-name 'clients' deny employing security company linked to IRA don: Sunday Tribune
Mark Hilliard

Orangemen and protesters come forth: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Vow to strengthen relationship between Vatican and Britain: Irish Examiner
Ellen Branagh

Historic visit 'should make Britain sit up and think': The Scotsman
Alastair Dalton

A Pope in a Schismatic Isle (Sep 17): New York Times
Roger Cohen

"No longer strangers in a strange land" (Sep 5): Scotland on Sunday
Tom Devine

Papal visit – The Pope shows great courage (Sep 19): Sunday Telegraph

One more step for the Pope: Irish Independent

Empey welcomes PMS assurances (Sep 18): The News Letter

All change – how Ireland turned its back on dogma (Sep 18): The Irish Times
Maureen Gaffney

No place for meddlers in the monarchy: The Herald
Ian Bell

We'll consider John Hume proposal to mediate – ETA: Belfast Telegraph

Sunday, September 19

'UUP-DUP differences now largely synthetic': The News Letter

Peter Robinson – Issues remain over Iris... but BBC was wrong: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

'Never Never Never' (Sep 8): Dromore Leader
Paul Wilkinson

Young Unionist row over backing for leadership: The News Letter
Sam McBride

'Nurture youthful leaders' (Aug 21): The News Letter
Geoff McGimpsey

Pope to call for 'full communion' between Anglicans and Catholics: Sunday Telegraph
Jonathan Wynne-Jones

DUP MP tables Commons motion on Pope's UK visit: The News Letter

Papal visit – Is Richard Dawkins turning into Ian Paisley?: Sunday Telegraph
Jenny McCartney

McGuinness daren't tell the whole truth about past (Sep 14): The News Letter
Liam Clarke

Dissidents find new cause in drug war: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

The Real IRA – Blast from the past (Sep 14):

Angry Portadown Orangemen to meet Ford: The News Letter
Victor Gordon

Moffett family will continue 'fight for justice': The News Letter
Michael McGlade

Peter Robinson – We can expect no favours from the Chancellor: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Daughter thankful for Armstrong funeral: UTV Internet

Unionists differ over GAA fever in county: The News Letter

Legacy of this historic wrong: Belfast Media

Ulster-Scots language concept is comical – O'Loan: Ballymoney Times

Video – CCTV images aid Walker statue probe (Sep 9): Derry Journal

The 'Troubles' swayed City of Culture judges: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Barry McGuigan, our champion ... and now man of peace: Belfast Telegraph
Victoria O'Hara

Inspectors praise progress at Magilligan Prison (Sep 13): BBC

Prison Service reform now vital (Sep 16): Belfast Telegraph

Celtic fans need to reflect on their political affiliations: Irish Post

God only knows... (Sep 10): Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

SNP leader abandons independence referendum until after 2011 election (Sep 6): The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Scottish ministers to agree to 'embarrassing and humiliating climbdown' for SNP on flagship independence referendum (Sep 7): Daily Mail

Scots Tories should consider making a break from UK party (Aug 30): The Herald

Saturday, September 18

Peter Robinson – Blocking Martin McGuinness as First Minister isn't a central aim: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Peter Robinson – My problem with Martin McGuinness: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Dáil gains key to lifting SF prestige among republicans: The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún

Union 2021 shows how wide unity would have to extend: The News Letter
Sam McBride

DUP can't expect votes to come to us anymore: Belfast Telegraph
Nigel Dodds

Parties still wait for result: Impartial Reporter

Durkan slams papal snub – 'should have gone to Scotland': Londonderry Sentinel

Is dual snub to Pope and Queen a sign of progress?: BBC
Jim Fitzpatrick

Orange chief hails 'dignified' event: The News Letter

Presbyterian Moderator defends his stance on the Pope: BBC

'The pope is the Prince of Dark and we are here defending the Enlightenment': The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Born-again anti-Catholicism: Financial Times
Christopher Caldwell

Gardaí say dissidents no threat to Britain: Irish Examiner
Cormac O'Keeffe

'Persistent rise' in dissident activity in North over last three years, says MI5 chief: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Just how big is the terror threat?:
Richard Norton-Taylor

Warning on security must be heeded: The News Letter

Real IRA chief's brother in court over weapons: Belfast Telegraph
Elaine Loughlin

Man on gun and ammunition charges refused bail: BBC

NI's rights quangos cost everyone £5.31 a year: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Cameron gives backing to IRA terror victims: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Remembering Billy Wright (Sep 14): BBC
Mark Devenport

Few shocks in the £30m Wright report (Sep 15): The News Letter

Haddock trial may be postponed: UTV Internet

Jean McConville's son a cowardly burglar (Sep 16): Belfast Telegraph

Regeneration game: Londonderry Sentinel
Olga Bradshaw

Shinty – Scotland set for big day out at Croke Park (Sep 15): The Scotsman

Lord John Alderdice offers lessons learned from Irish peace process to University of Michigan audience (Sep 13):
David Jesse

Hamas Isn't the IRA: Slate
Michael Weiss

Friday, September 17

Legal threat to the UUP leadership race ebbs: Belfast Telegraph

Parsley attacks veteran Tory MP: The News Letter

Election chief defends procedures at controversial Fermanagh count: Belfast Telegraph

Law lords promise 'prompt' election case ruling: The News Letter

PUP on brink of collapse as UVF blamed for murder of Bobby Moffett: Belfast Telegraph

Moffett family voices anger at IMC report: The News Letter

IMC's move over UVF murder 'is worrying signal': BBC

Irish terrorists targeting UK mainland, warns MI5: Daily Mail
James Slack

Dissidents 'could attack Britain': UTV Internet

Fringe groups 'small but dangerous': Belfast Telegraph

Paterson challenged over 'dissident talks': The News Letter

Bomb hero taxi driver receives death threat: Belfast Telegraph

Man abducted and shot in Belfast: UTV Internet

Where will Real IRA threats lead? Not very far (Sep 15):
Michael White

Extension of 50-50 'anti-Protestant': The News Letter

Pope sends peace message to NI: UTV Internet

Northern leaders turned down papal invitation: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty and Mark Hennessy

Papal Bull?: BBC
Mark Devenport

Ian Paisley leads anti-Pope protests: Daily Telegraph
Simon Johnson

Unionists reject Queen's 'peace' praise of Pope: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Papa don't preach – Minister rails against Benedict state visit: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Paisley shows that Rome's enemies aren't all secular: The Independent
Jonathan Brown

So-called liberals have now joined the Paisley crusade: Irish Independent
David Quinn

Pope's visit to Britain (Sep 16): The Irish Times

FAIR denies claims of 'political activity': The News Letter

Twelfth parades and riots cost £2.2m over four days: BBC

We deserve our own place in UK human rights debate: Belfast Telegraph
Monica McWilliams

Former internees to mount new legal challenge: Belfast Media
Francesca Ryan

New 'Sunday' commemorative coins (Sep 14): Derry Journal

Capital of culture must help build a truly shared society – Dodds: Londonderry Sentinel

We didn't carry out latest city gang killing, say CIRA: Evening Herald
Cormac Byrne

Is George Mitchell in the Middle East, or Northern Ireland?:
Jackson Diehl

Thursday, September 16

Cutbacks must reflect terrorist threat – Nigel Dodds: Belfast Telegraph

NI terrorist threat 'down-played': UTV Internet

UVF did 'not breach ceasefire' despite murder of loyalist Bobby Moffett:
Henry McDonald

Watchdog criticised over 'soft line' on UVF killing: Irish Examiner
Steven McCaffery

Real IRA's armed campaign 'damaging Derry's economy':
Henry McDonald

Real IRA meeting was like a scene from the Godfather (Sep 14):
Henry McDonald

Real IRA banker threat delivered in North West loo: Londonderry Sentinel

How renegade republicans launched a bloody turf war to rule city pub doors: Evening Herald
Cormac Byrne

Rise of Provo gangsters must be halted right now: Evening Herald
Gerry O'Carroll

Guardian Real IRA story reopens debate on 'oxygen of publicity':
Henry McDonald

Police Federation backs 50-50 recruitment: BBC
Vincent Kearney

Patten-style prison reform rejected: Belfast Telegraph

UUP should retain link with Conservatives, says ally of leadership contender:
Henry McDonald

Chief Electoral Officer denies vote counting was rushed: BBC

Reserved judgment in NI election challenge: RTE

Bookies' massacre families fight on in quest for truth (Sep 13): Belfast Media
Ian Allen

Sunday World editor – Wright piper 'forfeited privacy': BBC

Billy Wright Inquiry – Pastor friend rejects verdict: The News Letter

Victim was 'just a human life taken to gain points': The News Letter

For many, justice will never come: Belfast Telegraph

Body of 'disappeared' identified: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Family in tribute to caring man': Irish Independent

FAIR plans protest over funding dispute: The News Letter

Commissions back Northern Ireland Bill of Rights: Belfast Telegraph

NI unemployment figures back to 1998 levels: BBC
Kevin Magee

Vatican ambassador in warning over Pope visit protests: BBC

Humanists, atheists and Grand Orange Lodge take to the streets: The Scotsman
Martyn McLaughlin

Old enmities at risk of being resurrected in city divided by faith: The Independent
Jonathan Brown

All who value what faiths offer should welcome pope: The Irish Times
David Cameron

It's time the Pope dragged his church into the modern age: The Herald
Iain MacWhirter

The Pope deserves better from Britain: Daily Telegraph
Michael Burleigh

The papal visits – Would we welcome Benedict?: Irish Examiner


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