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Tuesday, September 29

Derry Trouble's relatives scathing of Stormont House Agreement: Derry Journal
Eamon Sweeney

NIO clarifies victims plans – but parties divided: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Latest welfare cuts could cost Stormont more than £100m a year: Irish News
Claire Simpson

Stormont crisis – power-sharing talks focus on paramilitary activity: Belfast Telegraph

'Governments need to step up to the plate in talks' – Murphy: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Bill and Hillary do genuinely care about this place: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Will Belfast ever have a Berlin Wall moment and tear down its 'peace walls'?: The Guardian
Peter Geoghegan

SDLP's Colum Eastwood to stand for party leadership: The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

Colum Eastwood 'hungry for change and ready to lead' SDLP: Derry Journal
Sheena Jackson

Colum Eastwood – Why I carried INLA man's coffin: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

SDLP must develop credible all-Ireland presence: Irish News
Chris Donnelly

McDonnell should step down before what remains of the SDLP is destroyed: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Nesbitt calls for Upper Bann by-election after poll ruling: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Emma Pengelly is new DUP MLA for south Belfast: BBC

One of Robinson's Spads accepts big pay cut to become a DUP MLA: The News Letter

DUP's new face at Assembly – A minister in the making?: Belfast Telegraph
Una Brankin

Increasing pressures forcing officers to quit force, Police Federation warns: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Mixed response to claims Pope Francis could visit Ulster in 2018: The News Letter

Ramsey wants the Pope to visit Derry: Derry Journal

Papal visit to Northern Ireland would be warmly welcomed: Irish News
Editorial

Kinahan challenges Corbyn to clarify IRA position: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Jeremy Corbyn – I didn't support IRA violence ... the violence was wrong on all sides and I have said so all along: Belfast Telegraph

Jeremy Corbyn 'friend of terrorists' ducks out of Sinn Fein meeting: Daily Express
Alison Little

Lo confirms she will not stand for re-election: UTV

Derry interface children get £630k for parks on each side of divide: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

People in NI less welcoming to minorities than before – report: The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

MacLochlainn Inquiry – Garda contradicts previous from colleague: Irish Independent
Clodagh Sheehy

West Belfast man in court for alleged threats against Jamie Bryson: Irish News

Widow of slain RUC man petitions Stormont to end day release for terrorists: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

McColgan bullet casings have gone missing: Irish News
Connla Young

'Thin' Dublin Kingsmills evidence shocks inquest campaigners: The News Letter

'How many Fenians did we get?' asked Glennane Gang as mum-of-five lay dying: Mid Ulster Mail
Shauna Corr

Jamie Bryson and Mick Wallace – the odd couple rocking the NAMA boat: (from the Sunday Life)
Suzanne Breen

Kevin O'Malley is back on home soil after century across the sea: Irish Examiner
Dan Buckley

GAA star's view on Irish flag welcome – Elliott: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Jack Grealish confirms decision to play for England over Ireland: Irish Post
Jamie Casey

Aston Villa's Jack Grealish abused on Twitter after pledging international future to England: Daily Mirror
Liam Corless

Monday, September 28

Reports on Provo activity under way by garda chiefs: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Stormont crisis – Cross-party talks set to move into second week: BBC

Stormont talks to focus on paramilitary groups: UTV

Stormont crisis – Bill Clinton offer to help genuine says former aide: BBC

Unionists reject Bill Clinton's offer of help to break the deadlock at talks: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

NI community sector suffering from 'crisis fatigue': UTV

Northern Ireland's children are victims of division: Belfast Telegraph
Koulla Yiasouma

DUP – Stormont House Agreement is a good deal for victims: The News Letter
Jeffrey Donaldson

McDonnell determined to stand firm against critics: Irish News

Former RUC hero stands in stark contrast to vain Sinn Fein leader: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Woman (35) arrested over Semtex and ammunition discovery in house raid: Irish Independent
Brian Hutton

IRA bomb survivor is helped by victim trip: The News Letter

'McGlinchey must resign' says bomb survivor: Ballymoney Times

Sinn Féin member resigns after 'bullying' councillor on Facebook: TheJournal.ie
Hugh O'Connell

Shadow Secretary insists he won't push for Irish unity and admits differences with boss: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Labour Conference – Jeremy Corbyn sends message to Sinn Féin: BBC
Chris Page

Jeremy Corbyn under fire for trying to block extradition of known IRA man: Belfast Telegraph
Erinn Kerr

Jeremy Corbyn on the IRA – I was reaching out to them in a bid for peace during the unwinnable Troubles: Belfast Live
Jilly Beattie

Corbyn attempt to rewrite history totally disingenuous – Allister: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Corbyn Pays Tribute To Sinn Fein Revolutionary: SkyNews.com

Memorial plan confirms Corbyn 'true friend of terrorists': The News Letter
Gemma Murray

We victims of the IRA are furious about Jeremy Corbyn: Daily Telegraph
Norman Tebbit

MacAskill under fire over James Connolly memorial bid: Edinburgh Evening News
John Connell

Michael Fassbender salutes hunger striker Bobby Sands' leadership as 'extraordinary': Belfast Live
Jilly Beattie

Leading GAA figure offers to axe the Tricolour: Irish Independent
Steven Alexander

Tribute to Shankill painter William Conor replaces 'contentious' mural: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Race is on to secure extradition warrant for murder suspect: Irish News
Allison Morris

Nama – Jamie Bryson to appear at Dail probe: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Adams briefs New York Comptroller's office on growing NAMA controversy: Belfast Media

How do David Watters and Andrew Creighton slot into the Nama scandal?: Irish News
Susan Thompson

Pope expected to visit Ireland in 2018 during families event: The Herald (Ireland)
Sarah McDonald

Pope 'should go north in Irish visit': Belfast Telegraph
Nevin Farrell

Banksy defends Dismaland Northern Ireland riot van: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Banksy's theme park sent to Calais: Irish Independent
Rod Minchin

Sunday, September 27

McGuigan suspect republican wing query: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Sound of silence from Stormont on important issues (Sep 26): Irish News
Patrick Murphy

We deserve better from our politicians at this crossroads (Sep 26): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

How Scotland is helping heal wounds of Northern Ireland's Troubled past: Sunday Herald
Judith Duffy

Belfast man charged with rioting on his own doorstep: The Irish Times
Paul Higgins

Slurs, racism rows and that poll... how it turned nasty: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Ballymena councillor joins UKIP from TUV: UTV

Police cuts of concern to us all (Sep 21): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Papal tour of US shows why NI should not fear such a visit: The News Letter
Editorial

PSNI chief has flashbacks of girl caught under car in rioting: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Brady concerned over loss of Miami massacre evidence: Newry Times

Haughey gave author IRA kidnap assurance: Irish Independent
Mark O'Regan

€4k carers' payment denied to terror victims in Republic: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Ex-PSNI chief backs Border force: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Would you take offence at being called a West Brit? The term has a muddled history: TheJournal.ie
Michael Sheils McNamee

Most DUP members oppose relatives marrying Catholics says survey (Sep 26): Irish News
Brendan Hughes

They're happy and they know it in Fermanagh and Omagh: The Guardian
Zoe Williams

Public scourging of Presbyterian minister shames intolerant Church (Sep 24): Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

What on earth is Sinn Féin's digital rising? (Sep 24): TheJournal.ie
Hugh O'Connell

Film world's rare focus on loyalism often hazy: Belfast Telegraph
Aaron Edwards

McCandless angered by anti refugee graffiti in Coleraine: Coleraine Times

Language forum warns of 'slippery slope' after ruling (Sep 25): Irish Independent
Rachel Lavin

The Official Languages Act will only serve to kill the language itself (Sep 24): Irish Examiner
Victoria White

The Irish language over the limit again: Sunday Independent
Declan Lynch

For the Church to survive, it has to do one simple thing – end vow of celibacy: The Herald (Ireland)
Gerry O'Carroll

State on collision course with faith schools over marriage (Sep 25): Irish Independent
David Quinn

Former SF mayor's forefather to be included on Ballynahinch war memorial (Sep 25): The News Letter

Celtic's famine memorial shirt a good gesture, but not without hypocrisy: Irish Post
Rachel Lynch

Independence poll opponents unite to back EU membership: Belfast Telegraph

Jeremy Corbyn favouring federal UK to save Union: Scotland on Sunday
Nicholas Christian

Is Labour still a Unionist party? (Sep 21): The Spectator
Alex Massie

Saturday, September 26

Bill Clinton offers to assist with NI political crisis: RTE

Peter Robinson is finished, says Sinn Fein's Danny Morrison. Keep your nose out, replies the DUP: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

Martin McGuinness – Peter Robinson and I can overcome our difficulties: Belfast Telegraph
John Mulgrew

Crisis talks get down to nitty-gritty: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Sinn Féin support decreases after McGuigan murder: The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

Alasdair McDonnell faces new leadership challenge from SDLP young gun Colum Eastwood: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

John Dallat 'enthusiastically backing' Colum Eastwood for SDLP leadership: Derry Journal
Sheena Jackson

Alasdair McDonnell – SDLP leader taped accusing DUP of sectarianism: BBC

Foster calls for McDonnell apology: UTV

McDonnell unrepentant on DUP 'taigs' remarks: Irish News
John Manley

Four held in PSNI dissident republican terror probe: Belfast Telegraph

Dissident suspects released "unconditionally": Irish News
Bimpe Archer

Upper Bann – UUP's Mike Nesbitt calls for by-election as poll complaint upheld: BBC

DUP brand Mike Nesbitt's call for Upper Bann by-election 'sour grapes on an industrial scale': Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

Watchdog upholds UUP's complaint a poll commissioned by the DUP on eve of vote was misleading: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

McGlinchey's comments a 'clear breach' of Code of Conduct – DUP: Coleraine Times
Nichola Neill

Bomb survivor slams Sinn Fein councillor over 'pride' remarks: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Sean McGlinchey bomb victim fury – Man injured in massacre hits out at Sinn Fein councillor's 'proud ex-IRA' boast: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

No PSNI challenge on McGurk investigation bias: UTV
Alan Erwin

Victims speak out as new Loughgall inquests ordered: Belfast Telegraph
Joanne Sweeney

The decommissioning of the Provisional IRA, 10 years on: The Irish Times
Conor Lally

Paisley son to speak out about father's rejection by church: The News Letter

Cork Cllr June Murphy resigns from SF: Irish Examiner
Sean O'Riordan

Jeremy Corbyn withdraws from Sinn Fein event at Labour Party conference: Belfast Telegraph
Jonny Bell

Nama inquiry – David Watters and Andrew Creighton reject Jamie Bryson claims: BBC
Julian O'Neill

NAMA – Gareth Graham gives evidence to powerful US enforcement agencies in New York: Belfast Media
Ray O'Hanlon

Robinson's accuser invited to outline Nama claim at Dáil: Irish Independent
Shane Phelan

The email that confirms Sinn Fein was well aware of Nama deal: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Jamie Bryson puts the spotlight on libel laws: Irish News
Newton Emerson

Border barring online Bus Eireann Derry bookings: Derry Journal

Telling our children about the Easter rising is still no easy thing.: The Irish Times
Diarmaid Ferriter

James McClean winds up Rangers fans on Twitter: Belfast Telegraph

Controversial anti-refugee protest called off: Irish News
Connla Young

Cricket cheats' return like terrorist releases – Sir Ronnie Flanagan: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Bruton warns of passport controls at Border if UK leaves EU: The Irish Times
Martin Wall

Friday, September 25

North talks to deal with Kevin McGuigan killing next week: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

'Resolve is there to find a way forward': Belfast Telegraph
David Young

Peter Robinson brands Jamie Bryson evidence 'a pantomime' after loyalist claims First Minister was to get Nama bung: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Forget the "See No Evil" policy – of course the IRA still exists (Sep 18): Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
John Spain

Billboards put spotlight on political failures in North: The Irish Times
Pamela Duncan

Jamie Bryson in Stormont – The day Geronimo tore the duct tape from his mouth: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Why mortal Shinners don't deserve any political redemption: Sunday World
Paddy Murray

John McCallister's bill a step towards democracy: Irish News
Alex Kane

CBI says Stormont crisis is hurting business: The Irish Times
Francess McDonnell

'Fixers' were paid £45m in property scandal, Irish politician claims: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

McGuinness claims DUP and Dublin kept him in the dark: The News Letter

Nama inquiry – Chairman Daithí McKay defends Jamie Bryson hearing: BBC

Nama – Broken bonds of trust won't be easily mended: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Man released over Semtex in west Belfast: UTV

Sean McGlinchey says 'proud ex-IRA man" remarks in Coleraine were 'insensitive': Derry Journal
Sheena Jackson

Man shouted IRA comments at Church parade: Ballymena Times

Seven men accused over MI5 anti-terror bugging sting are given bail by judge: Belfast Telegraph
Paul Higgins

Dissident bomb puts residents at risk: Irish News
Editorial

Undercover garda who gave CPR to dying Real IRA member tells of seeing bullet wound in chin: Irish Independent
Clodagh Sheehy

Two on trial over IRA speech from the plot: Londonderry Sentinel

Dublin not accountable on Troubles role, say victims: The News Letter

PSNI investigation into Blood Sunday killings 'nearing completion': The Irish Times

No more clarity from NIO on Troubles murder confessions: The News Letter

Freedom of Information request into 'deal on the past' refused: Derry Journal
Eamon Sweeney

Troubles killers can confess ... but victims will not be told: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Kennedy slams decision on Loughgall inquests: The News Letter

Statue of artist set to replace UVF mural in Belfast: Belfast Telegraph
Cate McCurry

17 bilingual welcome signs for FODC: Impartial Reporter

Derry peace wall's future to be discussed by residents: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Church welcomes cleric's agreement on same-sex marriage teaching: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Policing authority 'not independent enough': Irish Examiner
Cormac O'Keeffe

Sinn Fein's Mulholland brands Unionist Councillors decision disgraceful: Coleraine Times

Corbyn reiterates support for united Ireland: UTV

DUP's Jeffrey Donaldson says Jeremy Corbyn united Ireland stance 'unhelpful': Belfast Telegraph

Gerry Adams welcomes breakthrough in Colombia peace talks: Newstalk.com
Jack Quann

Thursday, September 24

Nama inquiry – DUP first minister Peter Robinson 'beneficiary of £1bn deal': The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Peter Robinson says he was not 'earmarked to benefit' from Nama sale: The Irish Times
Francess McDonnell

Peter Robinson says he will appear before Stormont over Nama claims: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Jamie Bryson upstages folks on the hill: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Pressure grows on Peter Robinson: Irish News
Editorial

Villiers outlines how issues from Troubles to be addressed: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Theresa Villiers gives upbeat assessment of talks to resolve Stormont impasse: Belfast Telegraph

PIRA assessor didn't refer to PIRA in March report: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Billboard campaign launched challenging political failings at Stormont: Irish News

Security gaffe peer Lord Carlile is head of panel probing paramilitaries: Belfast Telegraph

Onus for talks breakthrough placed on British: Irish News
John Manley

Political convenience must not affect PIRA report – Allister: The News Letter

A divisive issue that could yet throw a spanner in the works of Stormont dialogue: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Three person panel is political window dressing: Irish News
Allison Morris

Northern Ireland political talks should fulfil obligations to tackle poverty, racism and homophobia (Sep 8): TheDetail.tv
Steven McCaffery

Church leaders should tell us to count our blessings: Irish News
Newton Emerson

This is a grossly unhappy yet committed workforce: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Lindsay

Sinn Fein councillor stands by 'proud ex-IRA man' remarks: Derry Journal
Sheena Jackson

UIster Unionists condemn 'shameful' IRA comments: Coleraine Times
Nichola Neill

Commission told no advanced intelligence of security van raid plans: RTE

Seven men on dissident republican charges released on bail: Irish News

Londonderry pair on trial over Easter Rising parade: The News Letter

Mark H Durkan considers licensing all bonfires in Northern Ireland: BBC

Victims have 'grave concerns' over Troubles 'amnesty': The News Letter

NIO proposal to deal with the past 'not an amnesty': BBC
Gareth Gordon

Derry victims' concerns raised in London: Derry Journal

Legacy plans 'not activated' until Stormont row ends: UTV

Legal challenge by Swatragh man convicted of IRA murder of RUC man halted: Mid Ulster Mail

McGurk's Bar families prepare themselves for crucial High Court hearing: Belfast Media
Ciara Quinn

New inquests into deaths of 9 in SAS ambush at Loughgall: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Paisley struck a chord with revelations about father's death (Sep 14): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Happiest place to live in UK is in North, survey finds: The Irish Times

IRA controversy damages Sinn Fein as support drops in latest poll: Irish Independent

Quigley's anger as SDLP refugee motion falls: Coleraine Times
Nichola Neill

Sinn Féin councillor's 'West Brit' comment "like an American calling someone an 'Uncle Tom'": TheJournal.ie
Hugh O'Connell

1916 commemorations do not belong to any party – Humphreys: Irish Independent

I officiated at the marriage of two men in Belfast. But the law won't recognise it (Sep 22): The Guardian
Glenn Patterson

Ireland will be the winner in hosting rugby world cup (Sep 23): Irish News
Jarlath Kearney

Why don't we have an all-Ireland soccer team and will we ever see one?: TheJournal.ie
Paul Fennessy

Wednesday, September 23

Charlie Flanagan 'optimistic' about next week of North talks: The Irish Times
Mary Minihan

Stormont crisis – Villiers appoints panel in paramilitary review: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Northern Ireland panel to investigate current IRA activity: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Profiles – Who are the panel members of the NI paramilitary organisations independent review?: Belfast Telegraph

Negotiations look set to drift in the absence of any deadline: Irish News
John Manley

It's time for a new peace deal... with public support: Belfast Telegraph
Michael H C McDowell

Monitoring panel an exercise in pointlessness: Irish News
Allison Morris

A crazy race to the bottom for unionism: Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

DUP made mistake in confronting Cameron with threats: Irish News
Brian Feeney

PSNI survey – 'Action needed' over low police morale, says federation: BBC
Vincent Kearney

Morale in Police Service of Northern Ireland at rock bottom, survey finds: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Improvised bomb found by police in west Belfast: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Semtex accused Kevin Nolan remanded into custody after court appearance: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Ballymurphy Semtex was from old Libyan Provo arms shipment: Irish News
Allison Morris

Republican flute band members 'misunderstood' by unionists: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Legal advice vindicates Sinn Féin position on flags – claims Nicholl: Derry Journal

Nicholl enflamed over bonfire costs (Sep 16): Coleraine Times

PUP member Colin Fulton tells court – I'm not a member of the UVF, I never have been and never will be: Belfast Telegraph

Protestant neighbours keep watch for Catholic friends: Fermanagh Herald

Northern Ireland terrorist amnesty axed after outrage paramilitaries could walk free: Irish Mirror
Nick Sommerlad

Eugene Dalton – IRA bomb Family to take legal action over Libyan semtex: BBC

Decision soon on prosecution over 1974 attempted murder charge: The News Letter

Musician records special tribute to uncle murdered in Miami Showband massacre (Sep 14): Belfast Telegraph
Chris McCullough

Victims' families want minister Stephen Farry sacked over murderer Billy Hutchinson's new post: Sunday World

PUP hits back in row over Hutchinson education appointment (Sep 21): The News Letter

Martin McGuinness to give evidence at Nama inquiry: The Irish Times
Francess McDonnell

Gay rights group accuses Church of silencing Presbyterian minister: The News Letter

Presbyterian minister retracts welcome for same-sex marriage result: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Councillor attacks 'far-Right' town for anti-refugee graffiti (Sep 21): Belfast Telegraph
Chris McCullough

Parties agree NI 'can take in more refugees': UTV

'Britain has questions to answer over submarine activity in Irish sea' – Hazzard (Sep 14): Newry Times
Paul Malone

James McClean must accept abuse for snubbing England flag, says Tony Pulis: Daily Telegraph
John Percy

Only A Game? – Jeremey Corbyn, God Save the Queen and James McClean (Sep 21): Derry Journal
Andrew Quinn

'I understand economics', says Gerry Adams: Irish Independent
Gavin McLoughlin

Fine Gael TDs told to highlight Sinn Féin's 'whiff of sulphur' (Sep 12): The Irish Times
Fiach Kelly

Lords watchdog won't say why it rejected DUP nominee for peerage: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Leader of Commons dismisses concerns over financial impact of English only laws (Sep 9): Belfast Telegraph

State of the parties on year on – unionists won war but have they lost the peace? (Sep 17): The Herald
Daniel Sanderson

It is right that SNP MPs should be represented on Commons committees, including Intelligence and Security (Sep 10): The Herald

The case for a new Act of Union: Daily Telegraph
Editorial

Tuesday, September 22

North talks begin at Stormont with Robinson 'feeling better already': The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Unionists don't need to trust me to strike deal with me, insists Gerry Adams: Belfast Telegraph
Chris McCullough

McGuinness tells parties to 'put up or shut up': UTV

DUP lead debate over farming hardships despite largely boycotting Assembly: The News Letter

Allister heckles Robinson as DUP accepts new Stormont ministry: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Ireland's church leaders call for end to Stormont political crisis: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

PUP leader – IMC must not use loyalists for politics: The News Letter

Stormont crisis – Cross-party talks set to focus on welfare reform: BBC

Don't underestimate Robinson's resolve to lead – MP: The News Letter

Public vote could cure our crisis: Belfast Telegraph
Steven Agnew

As always, a deal is possible but only if it satisfies selfish party interests: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Is Stormont the Belfast ship that cannot sink?: Irish News
Fionnuala O Connor

Republican band culture on the decline due to 'dissident' stigma: Irish News
Allison Morris

Rent-A-Cop – PSNI draws up price list for supplying officers to police major events: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

PSNI is 180 officers short of a full force, says Assistant Chief Constable: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Reilly to challenge suspension over Irish News' remarks: Irish News

Brave former soldier is a welcome addition to Stormont: The News Letter
Editorial

Man charged in connection to Semtex and weapons find in West Belfast: Belfast Live
Chris Kilpatrick

Man held in England for Semtex haul 'was under surveillance': Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Arms find shows need for clean break with paramilitaries (Sep 19): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

MacLochlainn inquiry told raid 'madness personified': The Irish Times
Pamela Duncan

Gerry Adams' cousin in his fourth week of Maghaberry prison hunger strike: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Maghaberry prison race gang wars – Loyalists in brutal clashes with Chinese drugs mules behind bars: The Sunday Life
Ciaran Barnes

John O'Hara, John Devine – Boston tapes lead PSNI to re-investigate Troubles murders: BBC
Vincent Kearney

The focus on Bloody Sunday is part of distortion of past (Sep 21): The News Letter
Editorial

Omagh pupils 'forge path of hope' on World Peace Day: UTV
Gareth Wilkinson

Arlene Foster – Victims of Libyan-sponsored IRA terrorism deserve compensation: Belfast Telegraph

"No refugees welcome" graffiti in Coleraine being treated as hate crime: Belfast Live
Sheena McStravick

Dallat 'appalled' by church graffiti: Coleraine Times
Nichola Neill

From refugee crisis to Stormont, unacceptable language of intolerance breeds hatred (Sep 18): Belfast Telegraph
Phil Scraton

New recruits for the GAA (Sep 11): Irish News
Editorial

Breath test results must be in both English and Irish, judge rules: The Irish Times
Saurya Cherfi and Ray Managh

Nama – £1 billion deal for Northern Ireland loan book illegal if 'fixers' wrongly involved, court hears: Belfast Telegraph

UUP aims to work with Jeremy Corbyn despite past IRA stance: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

We victims of the IRA are furious about Jeremy Corbyn: Daily Telegraph
Norman Tebbit

John McDonnell gave us a sorry excuse for an apology: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Corbyn wrong on NI but could indicate his views have changed: The News Letter
Editorial

Why a 'Brexit' Looms Large: New York Times
Matthew J. Goodwin

Britain, like most rich nations, will vote for stasis: The Irish Times
Janan Ganesh

Agenda – Why defeatism marks the mood in pro-Union camp after the victory for No side (Sep 17): The Herald
Barclay McBain

Monday, September 21

North talks to begin despite Peter Robinson's health scare: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Stormont all-party talks 'crucial for NI' – Villiers: UTV
Morgane Campioni

DUP leader Peter Robinson thanks medical staff as he's discharged from hospital following 'adverse reaction to medication': Belfast Live
Sheena McStravick

Business frustrated that N Irish deadlock is delaying investment: Financial Times
Vincent Boland

Stormont crisis – Stalemate is putting victims of domestic violence at risk, warns charity (Sep 12): Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Platform – SDLP leader Alasdair McDonnell: Irish News
Alasdair McDonnell

Unionists know only the DUP can get us out of this impasse: The News Letter
Peter Robinson

Paramilitaries float like a butterfly, sting like a bee: Irish News
Tom Kelly

North's leaders need to grow up and govern: Sunday Independent
Liz O'Donnell

People deserve better than the current political farce (Sep 11): Irish News
Alex Kane

Assembly talks must succeed: Irish News
Stephen O'Reilly

Politicians hurting us all with Stormont gamesmanship – Fall-out from crisis has repercussions for everyone in Northern Ireland (Sep 12): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Ukip suspends Reilly for three months – but won't say why: The News Letter
Sam McBride

'Ukip offers a new kind of unionism,' claims Ukip's Farage (Sep 14): Belfast Telegraph
Nigel Farage

Pair arrested over Semtex find in west Belfast: Belfast Telegraph

Man shot in the leg in paramilitary-style attack: UTV

Victim's disgust at Hutchinson education post appointment: The News Letter

Why was suspected IRA gun runner Spike Murray allowed to meet Chief Constable? (Sep 1): The Sunday Life
Ciaran Barnes

Northern Ireland police reopen two sectarian murder cases: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Shergar and phone tapping files withheld from public: The Irish Times
Elaine Edwards

Certificates reveal what files Government wants kept hidden: The Irish Times
Elaine Edwards

Birmingham Six member Paddy Hill – I want to see an inquest too: Belfast Telegraph

Politics is a funny old game: The Scotsman
John Mullin

Orange Order opens Loughgall Garden of Remembrance for murdered members: The News Letter

Claims Jeremy Corbyn funded 'IRA bomber' turn out to be 30 years old – and inaccurate (Sep 20): Independent on Sunday
David Trayner

Now that he is in thick of it, Corbyn must rule by consensus (Sep 17): Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

The Corbyn Effect may spark a right old Left ding-dong in Irish politics (Sep 17): Irish Independent
Lise Hand

Coalisland woman charged with fraud against Troubles victims charity: Mid Ulster Mail

Banksy's Dismaland accused of 'exploiting the Troubles': Irish News
Brendan Hughes

GAA's acceptance of Irish Guards team is important step: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Refugees 'not welcome' graffiti painted on church: Irish News

Unionists have limited clout with PM amid EU crises (Sep 15): The News Letter
Editorial

Jeremy Corbyn rules out fighting for Britain to leave EU (Sep 16): The Guardian
Patrick Wintour and Amelia Gentleman

Former cabinet ministers – Scotland could become indepedent in the near future: The Herald
Kate Devlin

Attractions in a federalist alternative (Sep 17): The Herald
Editorial

Sunday, September 20

Parties to resume talks as Villiers orders review of paramilitary activity: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Moutray out to defend DUP tactics: Lurgan Mail

Provos murdered McGuigan in 'bank robbery cover-up': Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Robinson has played a shrewd hand so far: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Remembering the days when the IRA did go away: The News Letter
Sandra Chapman

Peter Robinson taken to hospital as 'precautionary measure': Belfast Telegraph

Pair released after Semtex find in west Belfast: UTV

Semtex find raises questions, says Ulster Unionist Tom Elliott: BBC

It looks like orange Playdough, but it brought terror here thanks to Gadaffi: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

McKay 'being selective on PSNI reports': Ballymena Times

'Removal of South Armagh community police officers is scandalous' – Mulgrew: Newry Times

La Mon atrocity survivors reject John McDonnell apology: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

McDonnell earns ridicule for claim he helped save peace process: Belfast Telegraph
Laura Abernethy

Jeremy Corbyn 'handed cash to a man claiming to be an IRA bomber fleeing justice – only to find he was the victim of a conman': Daily Mail
Stephanie Linning

Corbyn will never win power, but he could still be disastrous for Ireland (Sep 17): Irish Independent
Dan O'Brien

Inquiry on Real IRA man's death urges public to give information (Sep 14): The Irish Times
Elaine Edwards

NIO, PSNI 'still no denial' in bomb row (Sep 12): The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

The loyalist voice must be heard (Sep 16): Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Legacy of the Troubles – Appeal to Chief Justice to appoint a coroner: Derry Journal

IRA informant gunned down on doorstep receives police apology 17 years after shooting: Daily Mirror
Dan Warburton and Harriet Clugston

I'm grateful my parents opened a door to the world: Buffalo News
Richard E. Hess

Proposals for shared education in Northern Ireland revealed (Sep 17): Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

'Honour Provos like men of 1916': Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Sinn Fein's 1916 game betrays West Belfast: Sunday Independent
Dearbhail McDonald

Decommission your tongue, Mr Adams: Sunday Independent
Editorial

Sinn Féin welcomes back councillor suspended over bullying: TheJournal.ie
Hugh O'Connell

Mick Wallace tells Peter Robinson – Your priorities skewed, but go ahead and sue me: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

US vulture fund named by Wallace buys his loan: Sunday Independent
Ronald Quinlan

Cross-Border environmental crime targeted by NI minister (Sep 164): The Irish Times
Tim O'Brien

Bush drops Thatcher for $10 bill after Irish criticism: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Niall O'Dowd

Minister's views on marriage 'clarified': Portadown Times

Scottish independence debate far from over (Sep 17): BBC
James Cook

Nationalists are determined to wreck the Union. Unionists must fight back: Sunday Telegraph
Editorial

Project Fear and the grim legacy of Scotland's 'no' campaign: The Spectator
Fraser Nelson

A second referendum? Not now – but soon (Sep 15): The Herald
Magnus Gardham

Saturday, September 19

North talks to resume after review of Provos is agreed: Irish Independent
Liam Clarke

Northern Ireland politics is an illogical jungle, and we're all lost: Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith

Stormont crisis – Ulster Unionist Party ruling executive votes unanimously to enter talks after Theresa Villiers commissions assessment of Northern Ireland paramilitaries: Belfast Telegraph

Spooks to carry out assessment of Northern Ireland terror groups: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

Bobby Storey was told of death threat by police as he left custody: Belfast Media
Anthony Neeson

Bullet in 'IRA' sympathy message: The News Letter

Bullet in the post means Sinn Fein is not fit to govern, claims TUV chief Allister: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Northern Ireland's voters need only look in the mirror: Belfast Telegraph
Brian McClinton

Does Northern Ireland need new body to provide paramilitary assessment?: BBC
Vincent Kearney

DUP resignation cycle is a similar dance to the Sinn Féin hokey-cokey: Irish News
Newton Emerson

David Cameron is taking a gamble on the Stormont crisis – will it work?: The Spectator
Siobhan Fenton

DUP says John McDonnell 'still has more to do' after apology: The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

DUP has abandoned patients: Belfast Telegraph
Maeve McLaughlin

Why John McDonnell's IRA apology didn't convince me: Daily Telegraph
Tim Stanley

'Mandela was also freed by John McDonnell!' – Labour's shadow chancellor ridiculed over 'nonsense' claim to have brought peace to Northern Ireland: Daily Mail
Tom McTague

Jeremy Corbyn – a friend of Derry: Derry Journal
Andrew Quinn

Mike Nesbitt faces the flak over parachuting Army veteran into East Belfast seat: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Confusion reigns over Ukip spat as McNarry row councillor disputes 'suspension': Belfast Telegraph

TUV could gain a councillor, but DUP could gain much more: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Paramilitary-style attacks claim 80 victims in last year: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Belfast – PSNI discovers arms cache thought to belong to republican terrorists: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Unionists question Semtex find in west Belfast: Irish News
Marie Louise McConville

Gerry Adams – There will be Orange parades in a united Ireland: Irish News

McNarry bringing Ukip into disrepute – Reilly: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Hate crime in Aughnacloy: UTV

Research into sectarianism in Carrick: Carrick Times
Victoria Leonard

Alarm over Newry shootings: Irish News
Editorial

Audit Office to probe Sinn Féin councillor allowances: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Ex-INLA man Francis Lanigan sought over Tyrone murder of John Knocker loses legal bid in Republic of Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Saurya Cherfi and Ray Managh

Blogger Jamie Bryson argues to give evidence to Nama inquiry in public: BBC

From refugee crisis to Stormont, unacceptable language of intolerance breeds hatred: Belfast Telegraph
Phil Scraton

Deadlock hurting education and future society: Belfast Telegraph
Paul Gosling

TD Mick Wallace 'not deterred' by Peter Robinson legal action threat: Irish Independent
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Gerry Adams hits back at Joan Burton's 1916 "hijack" claim: TheJournal.ie
Michael Sheils McNamee

UUP slams state funeral for "terrorist" Thomas Kent: The News Letter

Unionists paid price for saving UK: The Scotsman
David Torrance

Friday, September 18

McGuinness confident NI multi-party talks to start next week: The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson and Mary Minihan

Gerry Adams – 'No North talks preconditions': Irish Examiner
Shaun Connolly

Monitoring paramilitaries focus of North talks – Flanagan: The Irish Times
Mary Minihan

Stormont crisis – Paramilitary watchdog does not ensure progress, Reiss says: BBC

We need a new type of civil rights campaign: Irish News
Alex Kane

Answers on the North won't be found in past: Irish Independent
Editorial

Dirty laundry needs to be washed in public: Impartial Reporter
Warren Little

Northern Ireland merry-go-round makes me sick (Sep 15): Irish News
Leona O'Neill

Gerry Adams predicts non-traditional united Ireland: The Irish Times
Mary Minihan

A lot of patching up to do if Stormont's jilted partners are to renew vows (Sep 15): Belfast Telegraph
Rick Wilford

Stormont's answer to everything is more money (Sep 17): Irish News
Newton Emerson

Gerry Adams interview – 'Lend your vote to Sinn Féin': The Irish Times
Fiach Kelly

Republican arrests damage integrity of PSNI (Sep 16): Irish News
Jim Gibney

When the IRA murder, SF must face specific sanction (Sep 15): The News Letter
Editorial

Paramilitary shooting victims were foreign nationals: Irish News
Suzanne McGonagle

Republican inmates including RIRA boss begin dirty protest over gluten-free diet: Sunday World
Shuki Byrne

Police 'set to interview' Bloody Sunday shooters: UTV
Mark McFadden

Campbell calls for McGuinness to face Bloody Sunday probe: The News Letter

Jean McConville murder – Ivor Bell to learn if he is to stand trial next month for alleged role in disappearance: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Family demand justice for woman killed 40 years ago: Irish News
Connla Young

Belfast man John Flynn, who survived two UVF murder bids, entitled to damages after PSNI admits misuse of power over handling of loyalist paramilitary agent, court hears: Belfast Telegraph

Legacy of the Troubles – Victims concerns raised at Westminster: Derry Journal
Eamon Sweeney

SF trying to hijack 1916 to explain IRA away, says Burton: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor and Emma Jane Hade

Robinson to sue Mick Wallace over tweet: Irish Independent
Liam Clarke

Sinn Féin councillors salaries paid directly to party: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Ulster to take 2,000 Syrian refugees: Belfast Telegraph

Demo to oppose loyalist anti-refugee protest: Irish News
Connla Young

Margaret Thatcher on US dollar bill? Tory hails Jeb Bush's 'great idea': Belfast Telegraph

Say it ain't so Jeb!: Irish Echo

Belfast paramilitary mural replaced with Giants: UTV
Barbara McCann

DUP denies it put forward Dublin donor for peerage: The News Letter
Sam McBride

John McDonnell apologises 'from the bottom of my heart' for IRA comment: The Guardian
Nicholas Watt

Labour peer Baroness Blood 'worries' over Jeremy Corbyn leadership: BBC
Stephen Walker

What's Labour come to when the scumbag who applauded my friend's IRA murderers is Shadow Chancellor?: Daily Mail
Tom Utley

Nicola Sturgeon – UK living on 'borrowed time': The Scotsman
Tom Peterkin and Scott Macnab

Cameron must wake up – the battle for Scotland, and the Union, is still being fought: Daily Telegraph
Fraser Nelson

Thursday, September 17

Robinson says 'progress being made' in talks process: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Robinson says next week will tell whether Assembly falls or is rescued: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Unionist dismay as Villiers fails to give them what they wanted: The News Letter
Sam McBride and David Young

Taoiseach hopes Northern Ireland talks can resume shortly: The Irish Times
Mary Minihan and Gerry Moriarty

DUP has just days left to decide whether to take ex-UUP ministry: The News Letter

DUP reinstates its Executive ministers – but they quit again almost immediately: Belfast Live
Lesley-Anne McKeown

TUV asks DUP if it had prior knowledge about IRA activity: The News Letter

Stormont crisis – Three things that need to happen if we are to move on: Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

Ukip MLA tells main unionists parties – Stop pussyfooting and negotiate: The News Letter

True to form, PM is being very slow to help Robinson: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Peter Robinson's brinkmanship will be wasted on David Cameron: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Sinn Fein/DUP relationship was never going to work: Irish News
Allison Morris

If Stormont was a Bake-Off trial, Mary would tell them to stop stirring: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Fresh troubles in Northern Ireland: Chicago Tribune
Editorial

Friend of murder victim Kevin McGuigan gets bullet in the post from IRA: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Bobby Storey warned by police of death threat as he was released from custody: Belfast Media
Anthony Neeson

Death threats belong in the past: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Anti-PSNI sign appears in Ardoyne: Irish News
John Monaghan

Belfast must recover spirit of optimism: BBC
Mark Devenport

Labour's IRA sympathiser shadow chancellor John McDonnell 'should be ashamed', blasts David Cameron: Daily Mail
Matt Chorley

Dodds attacks shadow chancellor over IRA comments: UTV

Corbyn told to see IRA 'for what they are, murderers who tried to kill my wife': Belfast Telegraph
Lesley Houston

SDLP spent most on Westminster election campaign: UTV

Ahoghill bombs – Paramilitaries just 'self serving criminals' says DUP man: Ballymena Times

Lawyers for UVF supergrass Gary Haggarty 'may bid to cut charges': Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Co Tyrone man appears in court charged with Orange hall damage: The News Letter

Peggy O'Hara funeral probe – new arrests: Derry Journal

'Amnesty' vital to get Troubles deaths truth says expert: Belfast Live
Jilly Beattie and Michael McHugh

Victim anger at proposals for 'airtight' Troubles amnesties: Belfast Telegraph
Joanne Sweeney

Father of Omagh bombing victim says 'justice must be done': Irish Independent
Michael McHugh

Assets 'cannot be claimed' to compensate IRA victims: UTV

Sinn Féin open to coalition talks with all political parties: Irish Independent
Philip Ryan

Murders in the North should be a wake-up call to electorate here: The Herald (Ireland)
Gerry O'Carroll

Cantillon – Moody's wary of prospect of Sinn Féin in government: The Irish Times

Jamie Bryson and Martin McGuinness set to appear at Stormont Nama probe: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Michael D Higgins visits Enniskillen: Fermanagh Herald

Kenny's graveside oration to set tone for 1916 commemorations: The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

NI 'left behind' as Ireland approves gay marriage law: UTV

Fitting tribute to rich tradition of the mighty 'Micks' as Irish Guards join GAA ranks: Belfast Telegraph
Richard Doherty

Glentoran responds to boycott threat over refugee donation: The News Letter

Home rule for Scotland is the only way forward for the UK: The Guardian
Alun Evans

Some English feel put upon: The Herald
Robbie Dinwoodie

Wednesday, September 16

UK government may revive ceasefire monitoring in Northern Ireland: The Guardian
Henry McDonald and Frances Perraudin

Theresa Villiers speech fails to break stalemate: Irish Examiner
David Young

DUP vexed with Theresa Villiers' statement on Stormont crisis: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Smash Provos and we'll talk – Unionists issue ultimatum to Villiers: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

No legislation in the absence of ministers, Assembly confirms: The News Letter

Northern Ireland policing powers could be handed back to London: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

In Northern Ireland, the Troubles are brewing again: Macleans.ca
Leah McLaren

Down this road before ...: UTV
Brian Rowan

Stormont talks must work for all of us: Belfast Telegraph
David Ford

Hard to explain DUP's highly irregular tactic: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Compulsory coalition ties Stormont parties into vicious circle of competition disguised as cooperation: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Villiers comes up with escape route for Sinn Fein: Irish News
Newton Emerson

Stormont has served the politicians, not ordinary people (Sep 13): (from the Sunday Life)
Suzanne Breen

Unionist attitude is the problem: Irish News
Brian Feeney

Stormont's latest pretend crisis: Derry Journal

Unionists fail to co-ordinate but draw line in the sand: The News Letter
Editorial

Northern Ireland struggles as lack of trust persists in preamble to talks: The Irish Times
Editorial

Experts produce draft legislation on legacy of the Troubles: TheDetail.tv
Steven McCaffery

Northern Ireland Troubles victims' relatives press for transparency: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

It's about time we faced up to grim legacy of the past: Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

Victims still crying out for justice (Sep 14): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Agreement success as flags come down: Portadown Times

Shooting victim warned he was under threat: Irish News

UVF turf war breaks out in a sleepy North Down housing estate: Belfast Live
Jilly Beattie

UDA 'involved in Ahoghill pipe bombs' claims McKay: Ballymena Times

Man in court over offensive material on Antrim loyalist 11th night bonfire: Belfast Telegraph
Nevin Farrell

Republican prisoner at Maghaberry 'on hunger strike': Irish News
Connla Young

Gerry Adams dismisses public's belief that he was in IRA: Irish Examiner
Shaun Connolly

John McDonnell – a voice for Irish in UK for nearly two decades: The Irish Times
Ronan McGreevy

Years of startling statements from IRA apologist John McDonnell who once called for the UK to 'honour' terrorists: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Labour view of united Ireland 'legitimate' – SoS: UTV

Labour's extreme left idealists who never wised up with age: Belfast Telegraph
Eilis O'Hanlon

The Labour party is now led by people who wanted the IRA to win (Sep 14): The Spectator
Alex Massie

McDonnell is unfit for high office in the United Kingdom: The News Letter
Editorial

Funeral of 'Disappeared' Seamus Wright 42 years after death: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Ian Paisley battled back from death's door, son tells MPs (Sep 14): Belfast Telegraph
Erinn Kerr

'Shared Education must become embedded in curriculum' – Rogers: Newry Times
Paul Malone

British army to field a GAA team for the first time: The Irish Times
Ronan McGreevy

We must not send out wrong signals over refugee crisis (Sep 9): Belfast Telegraph
Sammy Wilson

Scottish independence 'will come in time' – Sean Connery: The Scotsman

Jeremy Corbyn the republican agrees to kneel before the Queen (Sep 15): Daily Telegraph
Peter Dominiczak

Jeremy Corbyn blasted for God Save the Queen snub: The Scotsman
Tony Jones and David Hughes



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