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Sunday, September 30

Tension, Though No Violence, as Protestants Parade in Belfast: New York Times
Douglas Dalby

Covenant – Grand Master hails celebrations as "renewal of spirit": The News Letter
Michael McGlade

Bitterly divided Belfast stays peaceful as 30,000 Unionists march through Catholic streets without clashing with protesters: Daily Mail
Emma Clark

Bands heckled for complying with rules: The News Letter
Rebecca Black

Residents claim march rules broken: The News Letter
Michael McGlade

Parade calm bodes well for Northern Ireland centenaries: BBC
Mark Simpson

Ulster Covenant – How can breaking the law be a form of celebration?: Belfast Telegraph
Robin Wilson

Unionist unity would betray Covenant values – McCallister: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Man released over city shooting: UTV

Tricolour sparks playpark funding debate at Council: Coleraine Times

Bail refused in terrorism case: Tyrone Times

Indictment of 1970 government won't help the unionist cause: Sunday Independent
John-Paul McCarthy

'Why was UDA commander not questioned over killings?': Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Maginnis challenges HET report: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Bomb victim is still suffering: Londonderry Sentinel
Niall Deeney

Murder of Camlough man recalled: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Army jets patrolled Herrema siege fearing attack from IRA helicopter: Sunday Independent
Don Lavery

What if Rory plays for the 'wrong' team?: Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

Hume bust in bastion of unionism (Sep 26): Irish News
Bimpe Archer

Teaching college plans for growing sector (Sep 29): The Irish Times
Seán Flynn

There's just no getting away from Dumbo in the corner: Sunday Independent
Declan Lynch

'Feeder nation' risk for Ireland: Sunday Telegraph
Jamie Dunkley and Emma Rowley

Republican versus royalists – a very civil war: The Observer
Conal Urquhart

Flagging up the differences (Sep 28): The Scotsman
Peter Geoghegan

It is now up to the SNP to explain how independence will work: The Scotsman
Andrew Wilson

Letter from Ireland (Sep 27): National Review Online
Clifford D. May

Saturday, September 29

Weight of history tests Belfast peace: Financial Times
Jamie Smyth

Appeals made for calm ahead of Orange Order march in Belfast: The Independent
David McKittrick

Up to 30,000 set for unionist Ulster Covenant centenary parade: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Huge turnout expected for Ulster Covenant march in Belfast as unions call for calm: Belfast Telegraph

Police set for Orange Order parade: Belfast Telegraph

Challenge over Belfast Ulster Covenant centenary parade parade fails: RTE

Orange Order's grand chaplain – ' We want everybody involved to have a good day':

By all means necessary: The Irish Times

Respect must mark Covenant centenary: Belfast Telegraph

What would Carson say?: Derry Journal

The Troubles are over. So why is Northern Ireland still so unsettled?: Christian Science Monitor
Jason Walsh

'Special advisers bill must be rigorously scrutinised' – Bradley: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Parties come together for a gala dinner: The News Letter

Unionist unity has its pitfalls – Paisley: The News Letter

Moloney And Price Disagree On Contents Of Belfast Project Tape: The Heights (Boston College)
David Cote

Gardai warned on personal safety after RIRA spying op: Evening Herald
Conor Feehan

Shooting part of gang feud with Real IRA: The Irish Times

Gun victim had survived 3 attempts on his life: Irish Examiner
Cormac O'Keefe

Irish gun thefts spark fears of new Ulster sniper campaign:
Henry McDonald

Gardai recover stolen guns: Bray People

Man charged with IRA membership: The Irish Times

Army got IRA man's identity wrong: Belfast Telegraph
Victoria O'Hara

Police welcome 100,000 followers: Ballymoney Times

Don't blame others – public figures must claim ownership of their historical sins: Irish Independent
Kevin Myers

Ian Paisley reflects on the Ulster Covenant centenary: BBC
Stephen Walker

Sir Edward Carson – a people's politician: The News Letter
Ian Paisley

Border regions 'want equality': BBC
Gordon Adair

Our time to shine (Sep 27): Belfast Telegraph

Reformed and effective Seanad easy to achieve (Sep 21): The Irish Times
Joe O'Toole

Those "Old Firm" Derbies?: Derry Journal
Tony O'Doherty

Scottish independence – Our hands are tied by being in UK, Alex Salmond tells US: The Scotsman
Brian Ferguson

Friday, September 28

Orange Order parade to mark Ulster Covenant: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Residents urge peaceful protest at Covenant parade: BBC

Nationalist MLAs call for direct dialogue: The News Letter

Orange Order changes policy on residents' groups: RTE

Legal aid for Covenant Parade challenge: UTV

Irish government in parade meetings: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Unionist unity call dangerous – Ringland: The News Letter
Michael McGlade

Peter and Martin should urge respect for all centenaries: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

High stakes: UTV
Ken Reid

Time for cool heads and for calm words: Belfast Telegraph

Dissidents arrested in murder and spy probes: Irish Examiner
Cormac O'Keefe

Threat plot to garda families is foiled: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

A dangerous and determined organisation: The Irish Times
Conor Lally

Sinister new twist in dirty war against State: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Frazer – 'I will run for Mid-Ulster MP seat: Tyrone Times
Patricia Devlin

McKearney murders – RUC 'did not do enough to stop shootings': BBC

Illness delays Marian Price case: Derry Journal

Adams rejects Dolours Price claims over IRA: BBC
Jennifer O'Leary

Adams says IRA allegations against him 'deeply hurtful': The Irish Times
Mary Minihan

Time for Mr Adams to examine conscience (Sep 24): Irish Independent

Irish political leader Gerry Adams speaks about new museum, catastrophic starvation at Quinnipiac University (Sep 26): Middletown Press
Randall Beach

Gerry Adams pushes for united Ireland referendum in US speech: Irish Voice/ (Sep 26)
James O'Brien

Sandy Row boxing club 'ostracised', MLAs are told: BBC

High-profile support for Sandy Row boxers: The News Letter

North's Taxing Issue: The Irish Times
Francess McDonnell

Covenant – Missing page riddle solved: The News Letter

Letterman quizzes Cameron on Irish history:

BBC reject claims of anti-Rangers bias after "tasteless" depiction of Ally McCoist: The Scotsman

Northern Irish chief for anti-bigotry body: The Herald
Gerry Braiden

'Yes' campaigner at Union flag burning: The Scotsman

Thursday, September 27

Northern Ireland Parades Commission imposes restrictions on loyalist march:
Henry McDonald

Orange Order parade bands ordered to play only sacred music at Belfast Catholic church: Belfast Telegraph

Muted willingness on both sides to obey parade ruling: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Senior Orangeman hints at talks:

'Respect' plea ahead of key parades: Belfast Telegraph

No end in sight for Belfast 'peace walls':
Henry McDonald

Northern Ireland peace walls should stay, say 7 out of 10 residents: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

Carlisle Circus, Belfast, riots 'threatened anarchy': BBC

Alliance sides with Sinn Fein on Allister bill: The News Letter

Owen Paterson rejected call from police union to proscribe RAAD terror group: Belfast Telegraph
Tom Moseley

Gardai find gun linked to gang shooting in IRA suspect raid: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

IRA killer challenges revoking of his licence: Belfast Telegraph

Dispute over interview content in Boston College's Belfast project: RTE

Hillary Clinton should intervene in Boston College IRA tapes debacle: Irish Voice/

PSNI top brass may be able to serve in South: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Rehiring of ex-officers 'taints HET probes': Belfast Telegraph

Raymond McCord Jr's mother granted RUC rehiring judicial review: BBC

Inquest to hear from officer who fired shots: Belfast Telegraph
Victoria O'Hara

Lynda and Joanne are vote winners: Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

Maginnis in broadside at gay 'award': The News Letter

Kenny turns up heat on Adams: Irish Independent
Fionnán Sheahan

'Hyland trying to score cheap political points' – Curran: Newry Times
Paul Malone

All-Ireland children's heart unit our only option – Edwin Poots: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Ulster Covenant wreath laying ceremony at Stormont: BBC

Ulster Covenant – Decade of centenaries sees us stuck firmly in the past: Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith

Wednesday, September 26

McArdle bill reaches next stage: UTV

Former hunger striker says SF will stop Allister's special adviser move: Londonderry Sentinel

Robinson urges unity in DUP-UUP statement: The News Letter
Sam McBride

UUP non-commital over 'united Unionist' candidate for Mid-Ulster by-election: Mid Ulster Mail

Unionism has become a shadow of itself: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Peter Robinson, Mike Nesbitt and Martin McGuinness in parade talks: BBC

Still no Parades Commission determination on Covenant parade: The News Letter

Breaking the Irish language barrier in east Belfast: BBC

Loyal Orders should follow Dungiven example – MLA: Derry Journal

Order responds in parade row: The News Letter

Orange Order freedom of Lisburn motion is withdrawn: BBC

Police rehiring 'taints process' says McCord legal team: BBC

Let us remember the dead of the RUC: Daily Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

'One man gave order -- he's now head of SF': Irish Independent

Commentators reveal their fears on Irish government collusion: The News Letter

Smithwick Tribunal to resume hearing evidence in private: BBC
Jennifer O'Leary

Senator George J Mitchell honored in Maine for leadership in bringing peace to Northern Ireland: Irish Voice/
Jane Walsh

Hyland blasts Sinn Fein for not 'caring about the unions': Newry Times
Paul Malone

No end in sight for Belfast 'peace walls':
Henry McDonald

Northern Ireland peace walls should stay, say 7 out of 10 residents: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

Prince Charles' secret NI letters written at time of Thompson and McCartney murders: Londonderry Sentinel

Peace broker praises Paisley: The News Letter

Scot Willie Rennie in plea to English to make case for the Union: BBC

Scottish independence – Officials 'to put pen to paper on referendum deal' – Moore: The Scotsman
David Maddox

Tuesday, September 25

Former IRA member admits role in killings, says peacemaker politician should do the same:
Mark Phillips

Call for Adams to respond to claims: Irish Examiner
Paul O'Brien and Ann Cahill

Adams 'hiding in Dail' to avoid questions on Jean McConville: Irish Independent
Fionnan Sheahan and Louise Hogan

Adams needs to face up to his IRA past and pave way for a lasting peace: Irish Independent
John Downing

Censure motion against Nelson McCausland fails: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

McCausland vote 'raised parade tensions': UTV

Smooth-talking salesman sets out stall to members: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Nelson sails on regardless: BBC
Mark Devenport

Nesbitt blows his chance to shine: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Catholic Church spokesperson slams 'reckless' attack at Council offices: Derry Journal

Man shot in leg in west Belfast: UTV

Martin rejects claim Fianna Fáil was 'midwife of Provos': The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Parties hit back over Fianna Fail accusations: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Families want to know about murder collusion: Derry Journal

Senator George Mitchell meets the children of peace: BBC
Michael Fanning

Always indebted (Sep 21): Belfast Telegraph

Covenant – Over 60,000 join online group (Sep 22): The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Covenant service 'poignant': The News Letter

FitzGerald's strained relationship with church recalled: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Northern Irish conflict victim shares experiences with Colombia: Colombia Reports
Joey O'Gorman

Scottish government blocks free education for Irish passport holders from Northern Ireland (Sep 17): Belfast Telegraph
Lindsay Fergus

Northern Irish backlash over tuition fees: The Herald
Andrew Denholm

Senior Orangeman calls for Ulster Scots vote in Scottish independence referendum: Belfast Telegraph
Steven Alexander

Devil's in the details on independence (Sep 24): The Scotsman

Monday, September 24

Opposition at Stormont would improve Assembly: The News Letter

Leader signals UUP may take opposition role in Assembly: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Deputy leader confident: The News Letter

UUP a pluralist, progressive party for all, says Nesbitt: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Unionism unites for Covenant service at St Anne's: The News Letter
Rebecca Black

Lord Empey 'deeply troubled' at march violence: The News Letter

Will Christmas trees be allowed in Magherafelt in shared space plans?: Mid Ulster Mail

No statement from Alan Ryan murder witness: Sligo Champion
Paul Deering

Patricia's tour of duty: Derry Journal
Andrew Quinn

Adams in New York for Clinton event:

IRA bomber says Gerry Adams sanctioned mainland bombing campaign: Sunday Telegraph
Bob Graham and Patrick Sawer

Adams rejects claim he sanctioned 1973 Old Bailey bombing: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Minister posts activist's business address on blog: Belfast Media
Kieran Hughes

Loyalist jailed over triple murder found dead: Lurgan Mail

She is keen not to put her foot in it, so trying to pin her down can be frustrating. Eventually I got tetchy and said – 'Is there anything you can tell me straight?' (Sep 19): (from the Belfast Telegraph)
Liam Clarke

Cross border relationship building in the North East: Coleraine Times

Northern Irish Town Goes Cultural to Shake Image of Bombings (Sep 21):
Colm Heatley

Majority opposed to same sex marriage says DUP Councillor: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Constitution is sexist, exclusive, and reductionist (Sep 21): Irish Examiner
Orla O'Connor

Taoiseach remains silent after meeting with pope: The Irish Times
Paddy Agnew & Michael O'Regan

United in tragedy – Sporting tributes to lives lost: Irish Examiner

Northern Irish politicians to advise Afghan government on peace talks:
Nick Hopkins

JK Rowling says no to Scottish independence: Scottish Daily Record
Lauren Crooks

Marching to the sound of a different drum: The Scotsman
Brian Monteith

Newco Rangers must answer oldco charges, insists commission chief (Sep 23): Scotland on Sunday
Graham Spiers

Sunday, September 23

Peter Robinson – nationalists should use Northern Ireland's official title: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Nesbitt – UUP quietly rebuilding: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Ourselves alone – UUP leader Mike Nesbitt ruling out unionist unity: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

UUP conference: 'We're not a religious body' – Nesbitt: The News Letter
Michael McGlade

Nesbitt vows to tackle sectarianism: Belfast Telegraph

DUP and Sinn Fein 'cancel each other out' – Nesbitt: BBC

Alliance ahead of UUP for first time, claims survey: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Clergy in parade deal bid ahead of the controversial Ulster Covenant march: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Lucky escape for Foyle Search and Rescue team who found bomb in bag: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Man faces weapons and terrorism charges: The News Letter
Michael McGlade

Pair who saw Ryan shot warned they are on gang hitlist: Evening Herald
Ken Foy

'Prolific rioter' remanded in custody: The News Letter

Republican Sinn Fein march on 'eve of All-Ireland rally': Sunday Independent

Victims protest over Maze development: Ulster Star

Police are cavalier over author Anthony McIntyre's safety – claim: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

IRA bomber says Adams ordered terror attacks on London targets: Sunday Independent
Patrick Sawer and Bob Graham

Why unionist calls for apology over Dublin role in IRA are just misguided: Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

RUC never questioned suspect on murders: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

DUP object to Sinn Fein councillor's Celtic top worn under tracksuit at meeting: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Covenant: We owe our British survival to forefathers – Robinson: The News Letter

Red C/Sunday Business Post poll suggests rise in Sinn Féin support: RTE

Kenny's meeting with the Pope is a chance to give hope to Catholics: Sunday Independent
Michael Kelly

McDowell 'sitting on fence over' nationality: The News Letter
Paul Kelly

Unionist backs Donegal in All-Ireland: The News Letter

SFA are overreacting to Celtic zombie banner, say callers: Scottish Daily Record

Saturday, September 22

UUP leader to galvanise party with 'hard slog' focus on regaining lost ground: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

UUP leader Mike Nesbitt reassures party faithful: Belfast Telegraph

Nesbitt tells of roller-coaster of leadership: The News Letter
Sam McBride

UUP leader yet to bring an edge to party policy: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Nesbitt coy on Mid-Ulster by-election: The News Letter
Sam McBride

'New IRA' sets two bombs in Derry in attempt to kill security forces:
Henry McDonald

Dissident republicans blamed for Strand Road, Derry, bombs: BBC

Bomb device attached to bicycle: Belfast Telegraph

Dissident republican arrests at Kiln Road, Lurgan: BBC

Three men arrested in dissident republican probe: RTE

Brother of slain dissident faces gun charges over gangland killing: Irish Independent
Mark O'Regan and Tom Brady

Thousands to step out at Covenant event: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Dialogue with residents essential for Orange Order: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Expression of remorse could change Orange stance (Sep 17): The News Letter

Here we go again, again: Belfast Media

Man admits throwing petrol bomb after Derry parade: BBC

Tapes wanted by PSNI 'do not mention murder': (from the Belfast Telegraph)
Suzanne Breen

Boston College tapes – 'writer not making big profit': BBC

Security force members 'may have colluded in Derry killing': BBC

Kenny – Church aware of hurt it caused: Irish Examiner
Ann Cahill

Kenny defends criticism of Holy See ahead of visit: The Irish Times
Paddy Agnew

Leadership needed to mend our sorry state of delusion (Sep 20): The Irish Times
Brendan Logue

Tiny minds leave McIlroy without a sporting chance: Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn McCann

Celtic boss Neil Lennon: Discussion about fan banner is between club hierarchy and SFA: Scottish Daily Record

Scottish independence – referendum details finalised next month (Sep 19): Daily Telegraph
Simon Johnson

Scottish independence – Thousands to descend on Edinburgh for march: The Scotsman
Jen Lavery

Friday, September 21

Parade will be dignified – Robinson: The News Letter
Rebecca Black

Orange Order – No one will have veto over our Ulster Covenant parade: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Covenant talks 'a meeting of minds': UTV

'Goalposts shifting' on Covenant march: The News Letter

Peter and Iris Robinson standards investigation still not finished: BBC
Mark Devenport

Sectarian hatred is being overtaken by xenophobic racism in Northern Ireland: Daily Telegraph
Jake Wallis Simons

Twelfth accused acquitted in 10 minutes: UTV

RIRA put drug pair top of hitlist for Ryan murder: Evening Herald

Smithwick Tribunal hears significant new evidence: BBC
Jennifer O'Leary

PSNI 'not co-operating' with Smithwick: The News Letter
Rebecca Black

Killings probe to claim security force collusion in murder of two Catholics: Belfast Telegraph
George Jackson

We had the good, the bad, the ugly down the years...: Belfast Telegraph
David McKittrick

Derrygonnelly family's meeting with Peacemaker Mitchell to air on BBC 1: Impartial Reporter

Northern Ireland census – Belfast must double its population to become an economic powerhouse: Belfast Telegraph
Margaret Canning

Irish-British electricity interconnector launched: BBC

Community groups to get toys for peace and better relations: Londonderry Sentinel

Special adviser bill 'may breach European Convention on Human Rights': BBC

Sadly, Rory identity row is just par for the course here: Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

Celtic facing SFA charge over Rangers 'zombie' banner: Scottish Daily Record
Nick Hanlon

'Absolute secrecy' law for royals criticised by Information Commissioner (Sep 11): BBC
Raymond Buchanan

Glasgow marches need more controls, anti-bigotry campaigners claim: Scottish Daily Record

Scottish independence – Date set for hearing on whether Scottish Government received legal advice on referendum: The Scotsman
John Robertson

IDS accused of scaremongering over Scottish independence remarks:
Severin Carrell

Thursday, September 20

Commission defer Covenant march ruling: UTV

Parade tensions call for calm words: Belfast Telegraph

Riot suspect 'changed attack story': UTV

RIRA stalked gun shop boss ahead of raid: Evening Herald
Niall O'Connor

Four Tyrone men on hunger strike in Maghaberry: Tyrone Times

Paramilitary style shooting in Belfast: UTV

Peace Vigil in wake of threats to community group: Tyrone Times

'I thank God for my time in prison': Mid Ulster Mail

Smithwick Tribunal receives new intelligence: The News Letter
Rebecca Black

Kennedy welcomes Taoiseach meeting: Newry Times
Paul Malone

We were tough on IRA, insists Dublin minister: The News Letter

Theresa Villiers – I'm not here to kill off plans for corporation tax: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Committee to champion A5 upgrade: Derry Journal

John O'Dowd broke the rules on appointing people to public roles, audit finds: Belfast Telegraph
Lindsay Fergus

McIlroy is reconsidering Rio decision: The Irish Times
Ewan Murray

How Ethnicity and Nationality Can Set a Trap: New York Times
Karen Crouse

Why did NOBODY say where wanted man was hiding? Senior policeman compares Manchester to Northern Ireland in the bad old days: Daily Mail
Martin Robinson

The Myth of the European Court of Human Rights' "War on Britain": The Spectator
Alex Massie

Call for marchers to sign 'hate crime' declaration (Sep 19): The Herald
Gerry Braiden

SNP fury at Duncan Smith jibe about Scots welfare: The Herald
Michael Settle & Magnus Gardham

Omagh group hold Colombia talks in Bogota: BBC

Wednesday, September 19

Concerns mount over loyalist parade in Belfast: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Ulster Covenant march – Parties meet Parades Commission: BBC

Parades Commission to meet residents over Covenant parade: The News Letter

Priest hits out after residents snubbed by Orange Order: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

SF residents talks motion rejected: UTV

DUP minister Nelson McCausland facing no confidence motion over parades stance: Belfast Telegraph
Steven McCaffery

Donegal stages Ulster Covenant exhibition (Sep 17): Belfast Telegraph

Adams left on ropes as Martin levels IRA accusation: Irish Independent
Fionnán Sheahan

Ken Cleland, Maze development board appointee, faces legal action (Sep 14): BBC
Martina Purdy

Is conflict far enough in past for Maze plan to have future?: Belfast Telegraph
Nuala McKeever

15-year-old Londonderry youth on petrol bomb charges: BBC

Refined information and new survey used in search for 'Disappeared' victim McVeigh: The Irish Times
Tim O'Brien

'The day I was told I was to be murdered' – McCrea: Antrim Times

DUP call for Irish apology over Troubles: The News Letter

Ex-RUC man wins inquest anonymity bid: UTV

Tribunal to decide on extra time: The Irish Times
Tim O'Brien

Massacre 'was purely sectarian' (Sep 14): The News Letter

Robinson flags up danger of dismantling the Union: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Integrated education backed by employers: Belfast Telegraph
David Elliott

Ireland-UK power link: Evening Herald

Taoiseach Enda Kenny to meet Pope Benedict this weekend: Irish Independent
Fionnán Sheahan

Hunt for woman in SF office fire probe: Evening Herald
Ken Foy

Rory's Olympic decision must be respected: The Irish Times
Colin Byrne

Stirling Albion secretary Dick King resigns over comments branding Rangers as 'the Huns': Scottish Daily Record

An independent Scotland could not pay welfare bill, says Iain Duncan Smith:

Tuesday, September 18

MLAs seek apology over 'FF role' in creation of Provisional IRA: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Assembly motion calling for Irish government apology is passed: BBC

No Government apology for IRA, says Adams: Irish Examiner
Juno McEnroe

SF needs to unite with unionists: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Ulster Covenant parade 'to play hymns' at church: BBC

Orangemen refuse to meet residents ahead of parade: Belfast Telegraph
Anna Maguire

Commission trying to soften up Orange – Nelson: The News Letter
Sam McBride

DUP-SF march plan 'too bureaucratic': The News Letter
Sam McBride

Maze can only become IRA shrine if loyalists allow it – Smith: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Our Wounded Knee: Belfast Media

Sinn Fein joins debate in memory of UDA leader John McMichael: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Ken Maginnis – I will be nowhere near UUP conference: Belfast Telegraph

Ulster Unionist office attacked: The News Letter

Caleb Foundation is on a mission: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Alan Ryan's brother charged with IRA membership: Belfast Telegraph

Bloodbath fears as Ryan gang is linked to theft of two dozen guns: Evening Herald
Niall O'Connor

U-turn over witness anonymity refusal: UTV

Columba McVeigh – Search for 'Disappeared' victim resumes: BBC

Man charged with 1974 custody escape: UTV

Politicians unite for Spence family tributes: BBC
Mark Devenport

Petrol bomb thrown at Sinn Féin constituency office: RTE

Rory isn't bunkered by the Northern Irish question: The Independent
Simon Kelner

Scottish independence – Survey suggests 32% back going-it-alone: BBC

Identity politics by popular demand: The Scotsman
Peter Jones

Voters fear economic impact of independence: The Herald
Michael Settle

Monday, September 17

'Mr Big' watched hit on Ryan: Irish Independent
Ian Mallon

Slain IRA chief left Sligo on day he died: Sligo Champion
Paul Deering

City crime lords paid Ryan for 'protection' (Sep 15): Irish Independent
Jim Cusack

Obsession with Kate's body is a strictly female disorder: The Irish Times
Ann Marie Hourihane

George, George, I want to talk to you... now even children can tell a local constable their concerns (Sep 5): Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

We've a great opportunity to make education better (Sep 5): Belfast Telegraph
Noreen Campbell

Orange Order 'has 34,000 members' (Sep 15): The News Letter
Sam McBride

'Remember the Southern Protestants' – leading Orange official appeals: Larne Times

Dublin's role needs further scrutiny says historian: The News Letter
Gordon Lucy

Cross border project aims to boost social inclusion among communities (Sep 13): Irish Examiner
Joe Dermody

Reforming the Constitution: The Irish Times

The incident of the flag at the fairway holds a clue (Sep 16): Sunday Independent
Declan Lynch

Like McIlroy we're defined by what we're NOT: The Irish Times
Brian O'Connor

Hard not to feel sorry for golfer Rory McIlroy over Olympic flap – Whoever he declares for he will face fierce criticism and scrutiny: Irish Voice/
Daithí Ó Sé

Why you southerners will never really understand someone like Rory (or even me) (Sep 15): Irish Independent
Eamonn McCann

Rory McIlroy can be British if he wants (Sep 12): Irish Voice/
Cathal Dervan

Refreshing Rory shows way to go (Sep 12): Belfast Telegraph

Tennis, football.... (and politics) (Sep 11): BBC
Brian Taylor

Collective thinking on independence (Sep 16): Scotland on Sunday
Eddie Barnes

EU has done nothing to help independence vote (Sep 14): The Herald
Iain MacWhirter

Sunday, September 16

Associates of Ryan to face charges: Evening Herald
Conor Feehan

Three men charged with IRA membership: RTE

Brother of murdered dissident one of three charged with IRA membership: Sunday Independent

Yeah, the heart bleeds, doesn't it? (Sep 15): Irish Independent
Ian O'Doherty

Ex-Irish minister admits PIRA assistance: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Kingsmills families grateful for sympathetic ear, but apology for IRA failings unforthcoming: Belfast Telegraph
Lyndsey Telford

Irwin says Kingsmills apology 'long overdue': Newry Times
Paul Malone

Did Dublin help create the Provos?: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Collusion inquiry findings due next month: The News Letter
Rebecca Black

Honours should be stripped for Hillsborough and Bloody Sunday – Durkan: Derry Journal

Why it's never too late to right the wrongs of history: Belfast Telegraph
Paul Connolly

Three Maze board members in DUP: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Why Belfast really needs to rebuild its tourist image (Sep 6): Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Charity lashed online over fundraiser with British Army: Sunday Independent
Jerome Reilly

Council invite to armed forces group wrong – SF (Sep 13): BBC

Sinn Fein seeks constitution change: Belfast Telegraph

Job losses force business tax back into the spotlight: Belfast Telegraph
John Simpson

No problem if Rory tees off for GB, says golf boss (Sep 12): The News Letter

Rory McIlroy refusing to be a pawn: Scotland on Sunday
Tom English

McIlroy's mighty exploits unfairly forgotten: Sydney Morning Herald
Peter Stone

Supporters blast SFA after Celtic are cleared over EBT while Rangers await their fate: Scottish Daily Record

We've travelled a good distance along the road to self-determination: Scotland on Sunday
Kate Higgins


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