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Monday, September 30

Martin McGuinness – 'I think there are people aggravated by me and Sinn Fein being in power' (Sep 29): Independent on Sunday
David McKittrick

Jeffrey Donaldson denies Sinn Fein talk of political crisis: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Economy must be included in Haass discussions, says CBI leader: Belfast Telegraph

Richard Haass' last tough yards to finalize success of Northern Ireland peace process: Irish Voice/

Robinson challenged on 'selling land to republicans' comments: Fermanagh Herald

Flagging up a compromise the only way forward (Sep 23): Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

We always cling to our own narrative (Sep 27): Belfast Telegraph
Raymond McCartney

Northern Ireland past 'tougher issue to resolve' – Villiers: BBC

PSNI man Jason Murphy takes charge of Historical Enquiries Team: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Ballymurphy Massacre victims want Hillsborough-style inquiry: Irish Post
Niall O'Sullivan

Birmingham pub bombing campaigners – We want to meet Gerry Adams: Birmingham Mail
Andy Richards

'We feel let down by our politicians' – local IRA victims speak out (Aug 8): Mid Ulster Mail

Northern Ireland's politicians should be leading us, not dragging us back (Sep 24): Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

Orange Order to talk if Woodvale march goes ahead: BBC

Orange Order offer of talks with nationalists if given green light for north Belfast parade gets frosty reception: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Frazer embarrassed by attention he receives on Shankill Road: The News Letter

Care worker Jemma McGrath shot in east Belfast 'a victim of UVF smear campaign': Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Narrow Water bridge project hangs by a thread: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Pupils at Cliftonville Integrated Primary School in north Belfast take taxis after bus route axed: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Thousands take part in UVF parade (Sep 28): UTV

Ireland trip exposes students to turbulent history (Sep 22): Edwardsville Intelligencer
Aldemaro Romero Jr.

Queen reigns supreme in our poll (Sep 18): Belfast Telegraph

There's no shame in admitting it – My name is Ireland, and I was a FF-aholic (Sep 29): Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

Seanad must be abolished to create better democracy: The Irish Times
Gerry Adams

Abolition of the Seanad will not fix our dysfunctional political system (Sep 19): Irish Independent
Eddie Molloy

Northern Ireland vote sought for Irish presidential elections: Belfast Telegraph
Fiach Kelly

Convention supports voting rights for Irish emigrants: The Irish Times
Ciara Kenny

Irish blood, New Labour henchman heart – dark arts under Gordon Brown: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Scottish independence – Miliband plea to keep Union: The Scotsman
David Maddox

Scottish independence – Analysing the opinion polls (Sep 18): BBC
John Curtice

If SNP can show incomes will rise, so will Yes vote (Sep 16): The Scotsman

Sunday, September 29

Concern over massive number of non-voters in NI in stark contrast to Germany: Belfast Telegraph
John McCallister

Politicians must woo young voters weary of the old border quarrel (Sep 17): Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

PSNI recruitment gets Sinn Fein backing: Fermanagh Herald

Jim Allister – Maverick voice on winning run: Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

Republicans would have us believe we didn't have terrorism but rather endured a conflict: Belfast Telegraph
Samuel Morrison

Guns and explosives found in Limerick were hidden in barrel: Limerick Leader
David Hurley

Honestly, they just don't make fascist thugs like they used to (Sep 23): Irish Independent
Ian O'Doherty

Workers were left exposed to trauma, court told (Sep 24): Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Ellis Island Medal Of Honor awarded to leaders of Northern Ireland: Irish Voice/
Jane Walsh

Fleadh increased interest in Irish: Derry Journal

Fearon presses Finance Minister on cross border issues (Sep 25): Newry Times
Paul Malone

High time MLAs were given clear guidance on what constitutes best practice: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

The great gravy train on the Hill (Sep 17): The News Letter
N R Greer

The Border is a greater obstacle than ever to mobility at third level (Sep 26): The Irish Times
Fionola Meredith

Shared history peace trip for young people (Sep 23): Larne Times

Strenuous objections to appointment of first woman bishop by Church of Ireland group (Sep 28): The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Community is up for the fight: Impartial Reporter

BBC drama on IRA bomb attack in Manchester to begin filming: Irish Post
Steve Cummins

From brat to wurst – Banbridge Oktoberfest cancelled after unionists oppose alcohol sales at Solitude Park (Sep 25): Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Seanad an indefensible institution that should rightly be abolished: Sunday Independent
Colm McCarthy

Our power as citizens is at stake in Seanad referendum (Sep 27): The Irish Times
John Waters

Recent Irish emigrants are being let down by Ireland's government (Sep 25): Irish Voice/
Mark Daly

Police probe claims of threatening and offensive comments on Rangers' fansite Follow Follow: Scottish Daily Record

Turning a corner: Scotland on Sunday
Tom Peterkin and David Maddox

Nick Clegg – what Scottish people want isn't on referendum ballot paper (Sep 15):
Nicholas Watt

Scottish bosses keep silent on independence: Independent on Sunday
James Cusick

Independence can shape Scotland: Scotland on Sunday
Paul Kane

Saturday, September 28

DUP-Sinn Fein spats hit Executive business: The News Letter

If only Peter and Martin could let on they were bosom buddies (Sep 12): Belfast Telegraph
Robert McNeill

Problems, but no crisis at Stormont - David Cameron: BBC
Stephen Walker

Foster – I didn't reveal will to party leader: The News Letter

Flags in town centre 'damaging economy': Tyrone Times

Loyalist activist Frazer in 'Abu Hamza' costume protest: The Irish Times
Alan Erwin

'UVF shot woman as scapegoat for deaths caused by their own drugs': The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Architect Daniel Libeskind says Maze peace centre will go ahead: BBC
Mark Carruthers

Terror victims slam Maze project architect over views on 'shrine' fears: The News Letter

Families demand inquest dates are set: UTV

Baggott facing 'shoot-to-kill' summons: UTV

UDR lecture in Magherafelt 'not inclusive': Mid Ulster Mail
Stanley Campbell

'Conquest' to include 'Sunday' scene (Sep 17): Derry Journal

Republican Youth And 'Brave Decisions' In Post-Conflict (Northern) Ireland (Sep 12): Eurasia Review
Seán Byers

Claiming Irish for everyone (Sep 23): Belfast Telegraph
Nuala McKeever

'Robinson must face up to all the obstacles to growth,' insists Bradley: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Noonan behind bid to lower North's corporation tax: Irish Independent
Lyndsey Telford and Michael McHugh

Stormont MLA Robin Newton's family earn £800,000 of public cash – Stormont urged to tighten rules: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Cromie

DUP MLA defends paying family for research and office work: The News Letter

Stormont Assembly Members McDevitt, Lunn and Allister in spotlight for employing relatives: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Cromie

Sinn Fein special adviser paid thousands: BBC
Mark Devenport

The Catholic church is losing control of Ireland's schools: Daily Telegraph
Jake Wallis Simons

CoI with a woman bishop gives lead to global Anglicanism (Sep 23): The News Letter

The pressing need for libel reform (Sep 26): The News Letter
Nick Garbutt

Stormont is planning to remove democracy (Sep 25): Belfast Telegraph
Geraint Ellis

Why Martin will end up as Tanaiste in coalition with FG (Sep 26): Irish Independent
Ivan Yates

Rejection of Seanad referendum would lead to constitutional immobilism (Sep 27): The Irish Times
Frank Callanan

Debate on vote for Irish diaspora: Irish Independent

Liam Adams 'absolutely' did not abuse two daughters, trial told: The Irish Times

Cameron rejects Salmond's call for TV debate on Scottish independence:
Severin Carrell

Independence debate livens up: The Scotsman
Gerry Hassan

One year to go – Can Scotland really declare gov IT independence? (Sep 18):
SA Mathieson

Teaching Gaelic in schools 'a waste of resources' (Sep 25): The Scotsman
Alistair Munro

No vote call for non-UK citizens (Sep 5): The Herald

Friday, September 27

Sammy Wilson raps Sinn Fein 'bluster' over crisis as bid to hide own failings: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Campbell accuses Sinn Fein of talking up a crisis at Stormont: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Crisis? What crisis?: UTV
Ken Reid

Gilmore backs Haass talks: Irish Independent

North's talks face challenge to address survivor concerns: The Irish Times
Simon Carswell

Fermanagh land row – Allister releases letter from solicitor: BBC

Allister-Robinson row shows questions count: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Is it not all right to sell land to the 'other side': Impartial Reporter
Denzil McDaniel

Divided unionism helps advance a republican agenda: The News Letter

Opinion polls are road map to a normal society (Sep 21): Belfast Telegraph

Protestants need not apply says McQuillan: Coleraine Times

Clergymen unite at Belfast flashpoint church: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Man arrested in dissident probe released: Derry Journal

Derry man's dissident charge dropped for second time in a week: Belfast Telegraph

Bryson facing two trials over flag protests: Irish News

Loyalist paramilitaries blamed for 'barbaric' shooting of young Belfast woman: Belfast Telegraph

Inquest date for loyalist murder of Seamus Dillon in Dungannon: Tyrone Times

'Hardliners' responsible for completing contentious mural: Belfast Telegraph
Bob Malcolm

Loyalist thug Johnny 'Mad Dog' Adair fined £250 after attacking former UDA pal in front of young children: Scottish Daily Record
David Taylor

Inquest into death of Sinn Féin official postponed for 12th time: The Irish Times
Paddy Clancy

HET inquiries could take longer: Belfast Telegraph

Man denies killing brother in Belfast 40 years ago: BBC
Kevin Magee

Hunniford on terrorist 'death list': Belfast Telegraph
Robert Dex

New 'super-councils' legislation to be debated at Stormont: BBC
Mark Devenport

Amnesty want Human Rights Bill: The News Letter

Silence over use of northern scenes on new Irish passports: BBC

Paisley 'nothing to hide about Ugandan trip': Ballymena Times

Most back votes for Irish citizens abroad – poll: Irish Echo (Australia)
Luke O'Neill

Irish minister says emigrants should have no vote for government: Irish Voice/
Michelle K. Smith

A northern vote for the next President of Ireland?:
Steven McCaffery

I was warned never to talk about Gerry Adams, says brother accused of raping daughter: Irish Independent
Suzanne Breen

Allegations of sexual abuse "absolute rubbish", says Liam Adams: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Taoiseach – €200,000 found in McFeely's former home 'smacks of Celtic Tiger years': Irish Independent
Sarah Stack

A Belfast Story – latest movie take on Troubles may drive you up wall (Sep 17): Belfast Telegraph
Andrew Johnston

Census suggests most Scots 'feel only Scottish': BBC

Scottish independence defence plan 'falling short': The Scotsman
David Maddox

Thursday, September 26

Power-sharing 'in crisis' warns Sinn Féin MLA Gerry Kelly: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

'No crisis at Stormont' – Robinson: UTV

DUP moves to clarify First Minister's stance on selling land to republicans: The News Letter

Gerry Kelly's IRA prison break tweet sparks outrage: The News Letter

Anger as Kelly tweet marks Maze escape: UTV

TUV leader requests chance to address Assembly: The News Letter

Pressure on Robinson over farm spat with Allister: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Crass words are fanning flames: Belfast Telegraph

Senator George Mitchell says peace process is 'fragile' without continued investment: Irish Voice/
Molly Muldoon

Sinn Fein mayor Mairtin O Muilleoir gives Orangemen pride of place in Belfast City Hall parlour: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Graham

'For God and Ulster', gay marriage and soccer: Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

Duddy defiant after second attack: Coleraine Times

Republican to 'fight stop and search': UTV

Republicans should not be excluded from driving taxis – Ellis: The Irish Times
Ronan McGreevy

Woman shot in lower body in Belfast attack:
Henry McDonald

Man shot in legs in west Belfast: UTV

Dissident republican investigation – Arrest: Londonderry Sentinel
Olga Bradshaw

Charge in Belfast dissident probe: UTV

The truth can set us free... but it's unlikely we'll get it: Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn McCann

Fury over stalled Bloody Sunday murder inquiry: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

Ombudsman to investigate murder of Sunday World journalist:
Roy Greenslade

North's PPS not to seek review of reduced sentence for journalist's murder: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Northern Ireland would-be supergrass who never testified is released:
Henry McDonald

Hungers strikers remembered in Drogheda: Drogheda Independent

Man questioned over loyalist killing of Paul McNally on Crumlin Road in 1976: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Heated debate on history lessons for councillors: Lurgan Mail

Protestant pupils may lose out over new budget plans, claims DUP MLA Mervyn Storey: Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

Milk campaign 'anti-competitive': Irish Independent

Liam Adams told his daughter he had abused her sister, court hears: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Ian Paisley jnr missed vote over military strikes against Syria due to Africa trip that made him £7,500: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Another €60,000 found in McFeely's bathroom: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Extending vote to citizens living abroad to be discussed: Irish Independent
Brian Hutton

We need a reformed Seanad to be an independent voice in Irish politics (Sep 11): Irish Examiner
Gerard Howlin

Seanad like House of Lords as no one pays 'blind bit of notice', says Hattersley: The Irish Times
Peter Murtagh

Scots warned over citizenship: The Herald
Magnus Gardham

Wednesday, September 25

Coaker – Republicans must accept that Northern Ireland is British: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Government rejects Coaker's 'semi-detached' claim: BBC
Stephen Walker

No shared future unless we deal with past, says Vernon Coaker: The News Letter

Clegg's crew put our problems on the back burner (Sep 19): Belfast Telegraph

Ford calls for Haass talks backing: Belfast Telegraph

Peter Robinson in row over sale of land to Catholics: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Apology sought by 'land row' family: UTV

Bringing politics into the property market: BBC
Mark Devenport

DUP's rivals left to count the cost of unsold Maze badges (Sep 18): The News Letter

Time politicians broke cycle of this bad behaviour: Belfast Telegraph

Loyalist march organisers hail parade as a success: The News Letter

Dropping park project 'will cost millions': Portadown Times

New 'IV' group behind attack: Belfast Media

Kelly's Castlederg speech to be probed: UTV

Message of Belfast Telegraph poll – Northern Ireland needs a change in politics (Sep 21): Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Paramilitaries score an own goal by replacing George Best mural with gunman: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Bloody Sunday troops not yet questioned in murder investigation: BBC

Loyalist killer fails to overturn conviction for 1973 murder of Catholic teen: Belfast Telegraph

Man released over 1976 murder: UTV

Northern Irish are giving Americans a masterclass in the potency of the past (Sep 23): Belfast Telegraph
Robin Kirk

Officials exploring possibility of lowering corporation tax by 2015 – Robinson and McGuinness: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Assembly can help economy: Belfast Telegraph
Robin Swann

Taxpayers foot £3m G8 policing bill (Sep 23): Belfast Telegraph

Abolishing the Seanad will put us firmly under the EU's control (Sep 23): Irish Independent
Bruce Arnold

Newry the other city in 'A Belfast Story' movie (Sep 18): Newry Times
Paul Malone

Adams denies abuse claims confrontation: Irish News

Comedian John McBlain – not me on website telling sectarian jokes about Celtic manager Neil Lennon and Sinn Fein politician: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

Football fan fined after targeting Celtic's Kris Commons with religious hate messages and posting sectarian lyrics online: Scottish Daily Record
Nick Jedrzejewski

Independence referendum – It's the 'Braveheart tendency' vs the women of Scotland (Sep 15): Independent on Sunday
Jane Merrick, Jonathan Brown, John Rentoul

Spanish eyes are on independence (Sep 24): The Scotsman
Peter Geoghegan

Tuesday, September 24

Gilmore stresses importance of Haass talks to flags, parades issues: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Gilmore – peace envoy 'can't work miracles' without parties' support: Irish Independent
Fionnán Sheahan

Local delegates tell of opening talks with Haass: Belfast Media
Anthony Neeson

God help Richard Haass... Real ideas, not hope, are needed to fix peace process (Sep 20): Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith

Spirit of 1998 is only 'past' the North needs to revisit: Irish Independent
Liz O'Donnell

Belfast traders urged to call for halt to parades and protests during Richard Haass talks: Belfast Telegraph
Amanda Ferguson and Brian Rowan

'We get our shrine – you fly your flag': (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Vernon Coaker criticises coalition's "semi-detached approach" to Northern Ireland: BBC
Stephen Walker

Northern Ireland must be shared between everyone, says Labour:
Henry McDonald

18,000 loyalists expected for 'Ulster Day' march to commemorate UVF formation: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Temporary parades ban 'unworkable' in Northern Ireland: Irish Independent
Brian Hutton

Police probe illegal parade: Irish News
Connla Young

Loyalist protests – PSNI will not buckle, whatever the cost: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Orange chief hails Republic parade: The News Letter

Dramatic confrontation between unionist rivals: Irish News
John Manley

Peter Robinson and Jim Allister row over land remarks: BBC

Hopelessly divided unionism needs to find united strategy: The News Letter
Alex Kane

'We now have a real chance to lift the veil of secrecy on party political donations': Belfast Telegraph
Naomi Long

SF urges 'tick the NI box': Belfast Media
Ciara Quinn

'Moderate' politicians McCrea, Nesbitt, Ford and McDonnell more popular with women voters: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Gardai ready to swoop on dissidents after arms find: Irish Independent

Dissident faces arrest over haul of weapons: Irish Independent
Barry Duggan

'I was right about IRA horse burgers' – Frazer: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

IRA graffiti returns in Strabane: UTV

IRA bomber had mobile phone in maximum security jail: Irish Independent
Tom Brady and Eoghan McConnell

Bid to find solution over east Belfast UVF terror mural that replaced George Best tribute: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Use of Martin Luther King quote on UVF mural 'perverse': The Irish Times

UVF loyalist paramilitary mural painted over George Best tribute wall 'is casting a sinister shadow over east Belfast': Belfast Telegraph
Anna Maguire

Police review of military killings 'grossly insensitive': BBC

Conference 'a unique opportunity': Belfast Telegraph

Bill to end double-jobbing is welcomed: The News Letter

Local government bill is welcomed: Belfast Telegraph

Super-council proposals 'are a slap in the face for unionists': The News Letter

Kate Carroll to speak at North East Partnership cross border event: Coleraine Times

Vote Yes in Seanad poll or we'll make you sorry (Sep 22): Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

Lives 'not improved by devolution': The Herald
Kate Devlin

Learning from the Irish...: Gulf Daily News
Mohammed Al sayed

Belfast Telegraph poll – There's something for everyone to feel positive about: Belfast Telegraph
Bill White

Monday, September 23

Poll – Alliance on the rise as unionists lose ground in voting intentions survey (Sep 17): Belfast Telegraph

As winds of change shift on key issues, Northern Ireland politicians must fly the flag for diversity: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Imagining a shared and inter-connected future: The Irish Times
Paul Gillespie

Campbell is right to raise concerns about PSNI recruitment: The News Letter

Dissident republican weapons hoard uncovered in Ireland:
Henry McDonald

Al Qaeda rocket blows lid on IRA cigarette cargo (Sep 22): Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Orange sword accused refused bail: UTV

UVF gunman mural completed at Best site: UTV

UVF mural doesn't have community support, says PUP councillor: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Bishop in appeal over IRA Disappeared: The Irish Times

Victims welcome McKinney support for re-naming park (Sep 18): The News Letter

'We laughed together, cried together and worked together.' (Sep 20): Derry Journal

Fascinating and moving programme to look at prison life: Newtownabbey Times

All-Ireland football team will never happen (Sep 19): Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

Orange students recognised on leadership course (Sep 18): The News Letter

Gang effort to storm Dail link to terror boss (Sep 22): Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Peer backs standards body for Northern Ireland politicians (Sep 17): BBC
Kevin Magee

TUV's Jim Allister 'employs daughter on merit' (Sep 18): Belfast Telegraph
Jack Brennan

FG and FF want funding details withheld: Irish Examiner
Mary Regan

Shifting opinions – Views on gay marriage and policing among those altering quicker than parties: Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

€140,000 found inside bath of Ireland's bankrupt property tycoon Tom McFeely: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Government criticised over Irish language strategy (Sep 19): RTE

Belfast girl reunites with the D.C. family who changed her life: Washington Post
John Kelly

Kelly – I'm still criticised for opening up Croker (Sep 21): Irish Examiner
Michael O'Kane

Scottish independence – Call for pro-Union devolution plan (Sep 20): BBC

Yes to Scottish independence. No to nationalism: The Observer
Catherine Bennett

Independent Scotland 'will face instant spending cuts' says thinktank: The Guardian
Severin Carrell

Sunday, September 22

Parties give their assessment of progress after first week of talks: The News Letter

Unionists lower expectations for Haass talks: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Richard Haass can take inspiration from Driver and Vehicle Agency jobs row (Sep 20): Belfast Telegraph
Will Chambré

PSNI's bid for Catholic recruits is divisive and ill-judged – Campbell: The News Letter

Protestant women under-represented in PSNI – Ian McCrea: Mid Ulster Mail

Belfast Telegraph Poll 2013 – Question of religion remains sensitive (Sep 16): Belfast Telegraph

Belfast Telegraph poll – Rationality is replacing nationality as far as Irish unity concerned: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

As Irish Americans party, peace is still fragile in Northern Ireland: Shore News Today
Brian Cunniff

Sinn Féin raise registration concerns: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Belfast mayor Mairtin O Muilleoir under poppy day pressure: Belfast Telegraph

Councils have key role in resolving flags dispute: Mid Ulster Mail

Belfast traders fear another winter of discontent: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Flag row is only one reason why more young Protestants call themselves British (Sep 20): Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

More than 3,000 protesters join loyalist parade in Belfast: BBC

MP hits out at parades body ban on music at protest camp: Irish News
Allison Morris

Unionist politicians show support for loyalists at camp Twaddell: Belfast Telegraph
Michelle Smyth

Arms cache uncovered by dog walker near Limerick: Limerick Post

Large quantity of ammunition and explosives found in Clare: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Man in 'SS RUC' rant at officers to be sentenced: Belfast Telegraph

'RUC graffiti' sprayed on SF office (Sep 19): UTV

Gardai should have used batons on these disruptive louts: Evening Herald
Gerry O'Carroll

County Meath ceremony remembers the Disappeared: BBC

'I'm not aware of any clubs named after terrorists': Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Freedom of speech is vital in internet age (Sep 20): Belfast Telegraph
Paul Connolly

Libel veto risks severing yet more links to Britain: The News Letter

Seanad campaign is foretaste of a Fine Gael/Sinn Fein coalition: Sunday Independent
Jody Corcoran

Seanad abolition would not close the issue of bicameralism(Sep 11) : The Irish Times
Fergal Davis

A thunderous silence is the best response to the Others: Sunday Independent
Declan Lynch

Why free speech affects us more than we think (Sep 18): The News Letter
Mike Nesbitt

Gay marriage – Northern Irish opinion poll shows wide generation gap (Sep 19): Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Time for Protestants to lay claim to Irish music: The News Letter

Anti-sectarian laws attacked by top writers (Sep 20): The Herald
Phil Miller

CAB probes €140,000 find in Tom McFeely house: Sunday Independent
Tom Brady and Conor Feehan

Don't dismiss the Republic of Ireland's signs of's all good: Belfast Telegraph
David Elliott

Independence referendum – Thousands join 'Yes' vote march in Scotland: The Independent
Hilary Duncanson, Mark McLaughlin, Paul Ward

Alex Salmond tells rally Scotland has 'natural majority' for independence: The Guardian

Scotland splits on the economic benefits of freedom: The Observer
Phillip Inman

Monarchist League hails court ruling upholding oath to Queen: Toronto Sun
Ryan Wolstat

Saturday, September 21

US envoy Richard Haas confident on progress in the North: Irish Independent
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Haass confident progress on Northern Ireland 'parades, flags and past' can be made by end of year: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Adamant Order rules out DUP/Sinn Fein parades plan: The News Letter

Order accuses Parades Commission of provocation on eve of Haass talks: The News Letter
Aine Fox

'Strong sense of possibility' surrounds first Haass talks: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Northern Irish public have little hope for future peace and economy: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Máirtin Ó Muilleoir backs city hall Poppy Appeal lights plan: BBC

Are flags and parades violence to blame for weakening Northern Irish cultural identity?: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

No review of conditions for loyalist city centre parade: The News Letter

Music ban on parades at Twaddell: UTV

DUP councillor George Duddy's home targeted in second graffiti threat: BBC

Attack being treated as 'hate crime': Coleraine Times

Sinn Fein calls for alleged death threats to be lifted: Larne Times

Police numbers 'are on a downward path': The News Letter

Gardai trawl CCTV of protesters who brought city centre to a standstill (Sep 19): Irish Independent
Luke Byrne, Conor Feehan, Alan O'Keeffe

Varadkar says road blocks 'a disgrace': Evening Herald
Clare Louise Cullen and Kevin Doyle

Stephen Carroll sentence appeal – Court hears defence witness was 'nobbled': Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Bail for pensioner charged with IRA membership and handgun possession: Irish Independent
Brian Kavanagh

Vandals attack Sinn Féin office (Sep 19): Derry Journal

Murphy to attend British Labour Party conference: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Labour's one nation not in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Boyd Black

No opinion and no real inclination to vote – the people Northern Ireland's political parties need to engage (Sep 19): Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Pension proposal for those most seriously injured in Troubles (Sep 18): The News Letter

American VIP visit mooted:
Steven McCaffery

Province's newspaper editors unite to support Nesbitt's bill: The News Letter

Defamation laws decision could make Northern Ireland an 'international pariah': Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Atrocity exhibition – Pasovic premieres unique production at Ebrington: Londonderry Sentinel

From terrorist to builder to bankrupt: Irish Independent
Breda Heffernan

New post Troubles thriller examines Northern Ireland's 'uneasy peace': Newry Times
Paul Malone

Anglicans appoint first female bishop in UK and Ireland: The Guardian

Ireland's sporting soul: The Herald
Hugh Macdonald

Old Firm domestic abuse – Wife-beating almost DOUBLES after matches between Rangers and Celtic, claims study: Scottish Daily Record

Old Firm reject evidence of link with domestic violence: The Herald
Gerry Braiden

Rangers fan left bloody and unconscious after being beaten to a pulp in Thai street attack: Scottish Daily Record
David Taylor

Scottish independence – Pro-independence rally to be held in Edinburgh: BBC

Is 'Braveheart' really the reason why more men back Scottish independence than women?: Daily Telegraph
Allie Renison

Island leaders are throwing down the gauntlet: The Herald
David Ross

Oath to Queen violates right to free speech, court rules: Hamilton Spectator
Colin Perkel

Now EU wants to ban Union flag from being displayed on meat reared in Britain: Daily Mail
Wills Robinson

Friday, September 20

Listen – Gregory Campbell calls on McGuinness to inform on ex-comrades after Warrington speech: Londonderry Sentinel

Richard Haass hears of high financial cost of flags, parades and protests disorder: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Presbyterian leaders meet Haass for talks: The News Letter

Unionist delight and nationalist silence at Queen rating: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

The Queen is more popular than Peter Robinson – but what is Her Majesty's secret?: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Loyalist flag protests 'factor' in £50m economic losses: BBC
Julian O'Neill

Six months later…loyalist flags finally come down in town centre: Fermanagh Herald

'We must stand up for civil and religious tolerance': Newtownabbey Times

Maze tripped us up says McGuinness: Irish News
Claire Simpson and Pat Hurst

Orange Order rules out revisiting rejected parades body alternative: BBC

Castlederg parade a defining moment in difficult summer: BBC
Martina Purdy

Northern Irish public satisfied with PSNI – but not Chief Constable Matt Baggott: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Police launch recruitment drive: UTV

Dissident Ryan among hardliners: Irish Independent
Paul Williams

PSNI to review 13 military killings in Northern Ireland: BBC

Bishop Smith to lead prayers for Disappeared near suspected burial sites: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Victims' families push for Omagh public inquiry: Irish Independent

Rosslea reinstates Bobby Sands plaque: UTV

Elliott questions Council decision to reinstate Bobby Sands plaque in new wall: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

SDLP's McKinney under fire for controversial playpark remarks: Belfast Telegraph

'Time for Irish border poll too', says Murphy in wake of Scottish Poll: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Martin 'happy' to debate with Adams (Sep 18): Irish Independent

Councillors offered lessons in Irish and Ulster Scots...: Impartial Reporter

Police 'justified' in McCartney arrests: UTV

North's top cop insists – We're not afraid of Adrian killers: Irish Mirror
Cathal McMahon

Strabane 'IRA library' graffiti removed: UTV

Scotland's campaign for independence must be Gandhian in its ambition: The Guardian
Pat Kane

Scottish independence referendum sparks debate about identity (Sep 19): Los Angeles Times
Henry Chu

Scotland will have its own team at the 2016 Rio Olympics if country becomes independent, says Shona Robison: Scottish Daily Record

United we must stand (Sep 18): Daily Telegraph

Scotland's choice: The Irish Times

Thursday, September 19

Martin McGuinness seeks reconciliation in an English town shattered by the IRA: The Independent
David McKittrick

Birmingham pub bombing families' fury as Martin McGuinness speaks at peace conference (Sep 18): Birmingham Mail
Mike Lockley

McGuinness – 'My heart goes out to all the victims of conflict': Irish Independent
Pat Hurst

Boys' deaths 'absolutely shameful', says McGuinness: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

'From IRA to peace-builder' – McGuinness: UTV

McGuinness peace talk in Warrington an 'audacious event' says IRA victim's father: The News Letter

Warrington bomb father does not forgive IRA as McGuinness visits town: Irish Post

IRA victim – McGuinness at peace event is like Hindley at childminding conference: The News Letter

We need apologies, not apologists: Belfast Telegraph

McGuinness says those injured in Britain should have input in NI talks: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Haass jets in as UUP issues IRA challenge: The News Letter

Listen – Tom Elliott tells Haas IRA bombers must be treated the same as New York bombers: Londonderry Sentinel

PUP warns against any bid to find truth about the Troubles: The News Letter

Richard Haass talks – Northern Ireland's First Minister Peter Robinson plays down hopes of deal by Christmas: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Royal Black have 'constructive' meeting with Haass: The News Letter
Aine Fox

Haass confesses timetable for Ulster parades progress 'pretty ambitious': Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Richard Haass should make own proposals says Attwood: BBC

The power of prayer unlikely to be enough: The Irish Times
Eamonn McCann

We must wish Dr Haass the best of luck in his difficult task: Irish Independent

Despite low performance marks, Peter Robinson and Martin McGuinness are still judged Northern Ireland's best hope: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Popularity poll results give fractured unionist parties food for thought: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Where have all the NI think tanks gone?: BBC
Mark Devenport

Ardoyne protest Loyalists get go-ahead for Belfast city centre march: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black and Chris Kilpatrick

Case adjourned as Price is in hospital: UTV

Dail's 'ring of steel' amid fears of republican protests: Irish Independent

Omagh bomb families challenge Theresa Villiers: BBC

IRA victim slams Sinn Fein appeal to Lib Dems on 'miscarriages of justice': The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Robert McCartney double arrest lawsuit – judgment reserved: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Woman who grew up in war-torn Belfast seeks Washington family that turned her life around: Washington Post
John Kelly

The Queen gets a surprise endorsement by Northern Ireland's Catholics – and is more popular than Martin McGuinness: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Aine Adams retracted initial evidence against father, court told: The Irish Times

Empty booths... the women and young who won't cast their vote in Northern Ireland (Sep 17): Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Countdown to D-Day in corporation tax battle (Sep 18): Belfast Telegraph
David Elliott

Border poll call as Scots vote looms: UTV

Scottish independence – Alex Salmond makes emotional appeal to voters:
Severin Carrell

Scottish independence polls blow for SNP: The Scotsman
Eddie Barnes

Independence battle is already lost: The Scotsman
Michael Kelly

Scottish independence – to save the Union, should England shut up?: Daily Telegraph
Benedict Brogan

Wednesday, September 18

US diplomat Richard Haass wants parties in Northern Ireland to show spirit of compromise: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Peace 'can't be taken for granted': UTV

Haass talks success key to Northern Ireland economy: BBC

Loyal Order urges members to pray for Haass talks: The News Letter

Time the enemy for Richard Haass talks: BBC
Stephen Walker

Richard Haass faces Northern political process going into reverse: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

How sad that Northern Ireland needs US help for such silly squabbles: Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

Martin McGuinness – Ex-IRA commander gives Warrington peace lecture: BBC

Poll – Just 3.8% want a united Ireland now: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Belfast Telegraph Poll 2013 – Poles apart on thorny issue of flag-flying: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

There'll be no united Ireland and the Union is safe – so let's retire the rhetoric and move on: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Remaining barriers must be removed: Derry Journal

Paramilitaries 'a fact of life' in Belfast, says Orange leader: The News Letter

Determination on loyalist Woodvale march: UTV

Rural Orange support for Ardoyne protest 'is strong': The News Letter
Sam McBride

Frazer 'to dress up as Abu Hamza': UTV

Frazer – Abu Hamza court costume 'not a gimmick': The News Letter
Aine Fox

Cross resident known as 'Spider' arrested over IRA bomb plot: Mayo News
Ciara Galvin

Sinn Féin TD criticises Tánaiste's speech to British-Irish Association: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

McKinney – I would support bid to remove IRA hunger striker name from park: The News Letter

Man sues PSNI over Robert McCartney questioning: RTE

Police pair 'part of previous controversial Troubles operations': Irish Independent
David Young

Council-backed Irish language courses 'for all traditions': Fermanagh Herald

Minister impresses by re-opening libel law debate (Sep 16): Belfast Telegraph

Van Morrison 'delighted' by city honour: UTV

We always knew there'd be days like this, Van: Belfast Telegraph

State protection of Protestant fee-paying schools needs to be challenged (Sep 13): The Irish Times
Robbie Roulston

Reformed Seanad would produce worthwhile upper House: The Irish Times
Conor Mulvagh

Anti-sectarian campaign is on the right track (Sep 5): The Herald
Helen McArdle

Scottish independence – 365 days to go: The Scotsman
Eddie Barnes

Scottish independence campaign yet to ignite: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Scottish independence – what happens after the flag-waving?: The Guardian
Alex Bell

Tuesday, September 17

Sectarian Clashes Spur Return of Former U.S. Diplomat to Belfast:
Colm Heatley

Haass to begin crunch talks at Europa: UTV

'Outcomes of Haass talks cannot be a mere sticking plaster' – Ritchie: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Splits in unionism as Haass flies in for crucial talks: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Dreary steeples of Winston Churchill still casting a shadow: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Two tribes still want a different kind of Ulster: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Justice Ministers opt out of cross-border police summit: Belfast Telegraph
Tom Brady

PSNI wants to recruit 500 including more Catholics, young people and poorer people: Londonderry Sentinel

Belfast Telegraph Poll 2013 – Two communities at loggerheads? It's no longer that simple: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Northern Irish people to Orange Order – you can't walk where you want: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Orange hall vandals trying to 'cause tension': Derry Journal

Orange sword accused refused bail: UTV

Man who blocked drivers during marching season tensions given suspended sentence: Belfast Telegraph

Man 'used threatening behaviour during flag protests': The News Letter

Information appeal after pipe bomb alert: Carrick Times

Ammunition connected to dissident republicans recovered: Limerick Post
Andrew Carey

Men charged with firearms and IRA membership offences: Irish Independent
Brian Kavanagh

Bomb was planned for town: Lurgan Mail

Fearghal McKinney under fire over play park comments: The News Letter

Witness could shed new light on death of schoolboy shot by British Army rubber bullet in 1972: Irish Independent
David Young

Victims' group director in VAT fraud probe: The Cross Examiner

New education body stalled - Pledge for single authority by end of year won't be met (Sep 12): Belfast Telegraph
Anna Maguire

Photo of Strabane IRA graffiti edit a hit on Twitter: BBC

Belfast honour for Van Morrison: Belfast Telegraph

Irish authors warn Northern Ireland could become forum for libel bullies:
Lisa O'Carroll

Minister's move could signal libel law U-turn: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Royals look to sing 'God Save Eire Queen' – UK wants South to be new Jocks: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Poll puts Scottish Unionists ahead in referendum fight: The News Letter

Building better future more independently: The Scotsman
Jim Mather

Scottish independence – New poll gives Yes camp hope (Sep 16): The Scotsman
Eddie Barnes and Andrew Whitaker

Monday, September 16

Belfast Hosts Final Push For Lasting Peace:
David Blevins

DUP and SF ministers address contentious issues: BBC

Violence and political tension still mar Northern Ireland peace process prospects: Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd

Northern reconciliation: The Irish Times

Gerry Adams – will he quit before his day has come? (Sep 11): Belfast Telegraph
Michael Wolsey

Creggan man to challenge 'stop and search' powers (Sep 10): Derry Journal

Catholic church fire-bombed in north Belfast: The News Letter

Fire-bomb attack on Catholic church in north Belfast 'inexcusable': Belfast Telegraph

Culture Minister discounts positive DSD parade report: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Irish-speaking Norman proud to be an Orangeman (Sep 10): The News Letter
Joanne Savage

Dissident republican suspects held as guns found in Dublin: BBC

Dissident probe suspects in court: Irish Independent

Are we ever going to call out our own Nazi killers? (Sep 11): Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Why do Policing Board members need academic research? (Sep 11): Derry Journal

Labour TD urges colleagues to 'stand up to SF': Irish Independent
John Drennan

Libel laws must be debated openly at Stormont (Sep 12): Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Dairy Council campaign faces threat of legal action from northern milk processors (Sep 13): The Irish Times
Barry O'Halloran

Ireland Fund head says 'no way' it can bridge funding gap from 2016: The Irish Times
Ronan McGreevy

Labour caves in and meekly follows the Kenny agenda (Sep 15): Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

Proposals for Dáil reform just don't cut it: The Irish Times
David Farrell, Eoin O'Malley, Theresa Reidy, and Jane Suiter

Green party warns abolishing Seanad would concentrate power in 'smaller political circle' (Sep 5): Irish Independent
Michael Brennan

Secrecy over stadium safety talks 'is due to terrorism risk': The Herald
Gerry Braiden

Scottish independence – New poll danger for No camp (Sep 15): Scotland on Sunday
Eddie Barnes

Rennie – vindictive nationalists are blackmailing Scots to win independence (Sep 15): Sunday Herald

The English plotting Scotland's escape: Daily Telegraph
Neil Tweedie

UK-Irish bond may stretch to Scots: The Scotsman
Nicola McEwen


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