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Friday, September 30

Commission approves GARC protests against Twaddell parade: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Parades Commission bars GARC protest from leaving Ardoyne: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

Senior church figures call for Garc protest parade over Twaddell deal to be called off: Irish News
Connla Young

Gerry Adams welcomes Taoiseach's Northern Ireland recognition over Brexit: Newstalk.com
Jack Quann

'No chance' of Northern Ireland losing £55m fund over Europe vote, insists Finance Minister Mairtin O Muilleoir: Belfast Telegraph
John Mulgrew

'Sinn Féin will work with anyone to fight Brexit' – Murphy: Newry Times

Liam Fox strongly hints at hard Brexit, saying leaving EU will be 'golden opportunity' for Britain: The Independent
Tom Peck

Hard Brexit called a threat to Ireland's 'invisible' Border: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

Arlene and Martin need each other more than ever: Irish News
Alex Kane

Republicans 'stirring up trouble over flags': The News Letter

Jo Cox's message of tolerance more relevant in NI than ever before: Belfast Telegraph
Martin O'Brien

UDA linked group to manage £1.7 million investment for east Belfast: Irish News
Allison Morris

Man shot in the legs in West Belfast attack: Belfast Live
Chris Kilpatrick

Three Dublin men accused of IRA membership bailed: Sunday World

First Minister opens DUP MLA's new office in Mid Ulster: Mid Ulster Mail

Adams to take action against BBC over 'Spotlight' murder claims: Irish Examiner
Ed Carty

Real IRA: We killed spy Donaldson – it had nothing to do with Sinn Féin chief Gerry Adams: Irish Independent
Suzanne Breen

European court of human rights dismisses Omagh bombing appeal: The Guardian
Owen Bowcott

Omagh victim's dad says families 'relieved' by latest ruling: ITV

PSNI 'still considering' terror reports: The News Letter

Dad of Catholic UFF victim Daniel McColgan in legal battle over inquest delay: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

The Londonderry/Derry question – what do you call a county with two names?: Irish Post
Erica Doyle Higgins

Boat's Irish name Banríon Uladh becomes Queen of Ulster: BBC
Conor Macauley

Sinn Féin and DUP all at sea over naming of ship: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

'You can identify with Irish or not. It's just a language, not an ideology': The Irish Times
Liam Carson

Removal of Queen's plaque a sad reflection of Northern Ireland (Sep 27): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

MPs are applying for Irish passports after Brexit: The Independent
Tom Peck

Three more men arrested over Old Firm shame scenes: Scottish Daily Record
John Ferguson

Celtic fined £8,615 by UEFA over supporters' Palestinian flags: The Herald
Jill Castle

Thursday, September 29

Parades Commission gives go-ahead for Orange Order march past Ardoyne: Belfast Live
Chris Kilpatrick

Residents to protest against agreed Orange Order parade at Ardoyne in Belfast: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Sinn Féin says GARC North Belfast protest aimed at "provoking confrontation": Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

Weary residents will welcome agreement on Camp Twaddell: Irish News
Allison Morris

First and Deputy First Ministers used royal powers on two other occasions before spin doctor appointment: Belfast Telegraph

Stormont's petition of concern used 115 times in five years: TheDetail.tv
Claire Smyth

Private Member's Bills perform a vital role – they must be protected: Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

Stormont run like secret police, slams SDLP as unseen study on risks of leaving EU is unearthed: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Use business to make the argument – Proposed all-island Brexit talks: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Survey – Majority say 'No' to Ireland border poll and 'Yes' to staying in UK: Belfast Telegraph
Jonny Bell

Unionism needs to find its Neil Kinnock to take on the extremists: The Irish Times
Newton Emerson

LAD founder unmasks himself: The News Letter
Sam McBride

PSNI handle bomb alert every week as dissidents determined to kill again: Belfast Telegraph
Luke Barnes

Growing support for release of convicted IRA bomber 'a concern': Londonderry Sentinel
Niall Deeney

Sub-machine gun – Nine-year sentence over carrying gun in a Belfast taxi: BBC

Saoradh 'follows well trod path': The News Letter

Brexit will not stop PSNI and gardaí co-operating – Tánaiste: Irish Independent
Colm Kelpie

Garda-PSNI co-operation 'has saved lives', Minister says: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

NI Labour 'not interested' in Corbyn's NI past: The News Letter

Labour has nothing to offer the north on Brexit (Sep 26): Irish News
Brian Feeney

Why Kyle Paisley should rethink and agree to meet Eugene Reavey without further delay: Belfast Telegraph
Alban Maginness

Wait of 13 years for UDA murder victim's inquest 'unlawful', claims father: The News Letter

Pub bombings – Inquests will be a farce without the families of victims (Sep 18): Birmingham Mail
Andy Richards

1981 hunger strike to be remembered in Co Tyrone: Irish News
Connla Young

Husband and wife ex-IRA team are key players in €250m illegal cigarettes scam: Irish Independent
Ken Foy and Luke Byrne

Nama chief to defend Northern Ireland Project Eagle sale: The Irish Times
Sarah Bardon

'My teddy bears are virgins,' insists Adams: Irish Independent
Cormac McQuinn

National Museum of Languages to boost British multilingualism (Sep 25): Belfast Telegraph

SNP MP leads online backlash over 'Jock slur' in BBC online article (Sep 19): Scottish Daily Record
Cheri Burns

The lessons of Colombia's extraordinary peace process: BBC
Lyse Doucet

Wednesday, September 28

Brexit poses serious threat to NI peace process, warns minister: The Irish Times
Eoin Burke-Kennedy

Máirtín Ó Muilleoir warns over £100m EU funding 'log jam': BBC
John Campbell

Labour vows to replace NI peace money after Brexit: Belfast Telegraph
Andrew Woodcock

Howlin calls for second British referendum at UK Labour conference: The Irish Times
Fiach Kelly

DUP and Sinn Féin criticised for not releasing report on Brexit impact: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Brexit document throws up different, but equally tricky, questions for DUP and SF: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Legal challenge to ask if Belfast Agreement may trump Brexit: The Irish Times
Alan Erwin

Ex-MP George Galloway urges 'Ire-exit' EU referendum: The Irish Times
Lorna Siggins

All-Ireland forum on Brexit to take place in November: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

DUP won't budge on Taoiseach's 'all-Ireland Brexit' talk: Irish Independent
Colm Kelpie, Kevin Doyle and Claire McCormack

North's Minister for Finance seeks State's help with funding: The Irish Times
Harry McGee

Stormont's working better than ever, McGuinness tells Labour conference: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Limp Stormont Opposition risks being outshone by political minnows: The News Letter
Sam McBride

NI's specific issues may 'slip through cracks in GB': The News Letter

Ardoyne dispute – Garc plans separate march in protest at parading deal: Irish News
Connla Young

Co Antrim independent councillor Padraig McShane to face charges over Twelfth: Irish News
Connla Young

'Man behind LAD on social media has stepped out of the shadows in an attempt to turn his cyber life into reality': Irish News
Jamie Bryson

Dee Fennell loses bid to nullify prosecution: ITV

Four dissident terror suspects refuse to stand for judge in court: The News Letter

Camera found overlooking home of a former security forces member, a court hears: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

After 15 years of cover-ups we demand fresh probe into murder of our Marty: Sunday World
Jim McDowell

BBC programme used anonymous single source to smear Gerry Adams: The Guardian
Roy Greenslade

Australian MP praises Omagh campaigner in maiden speech: Ulster Herald
Peter Kelly

Throwback to the past might just refocus unionist minds: Belfast Media
Jude Collins

Brave journalist gunned down by LVF remembered: Irish Independent
Martin Grant

Fury at PSNI chief's failure to probe IRA attacks on soldiers during the Troubles: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Former IRA 'child soldier' Shane Paul O'Doherty says 15 years in prison was a "horrific awakening" to his violent crimes: Irish Post
Erica Doyle Higgins

DPP afraid of the truth, claim family of tragic teen Daniel Hegarty shot by soldier in 1972: Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn MacDermott

Troubles-related post-traumatic stress fuelling high anxiety and depression levels: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

Irish-American lobby body chief blames Belfast Telegraph after being snubbed by Brokenshire in US: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

Northern Ireland is happiest place in UK, finds wellbeing survey: The Guardian
Alice Ross and Caelainn Barr

Why did officials remove plaque unveiled by Queen at Irish railway halt within hours?: Irish Independent
Rebecca Black

Stormont inquiries into Nama 'may harm NCA's criminal investigation': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

US investors suspected 'something rotten' in Nama sale, says Mairtin O Muilleoir: Belfast Telegraph

A third would enrol children in non-denominational school (Sep 27): Irish Examiner
Noel Baker

Diarmuid Martin urges faster provision of choice in schools: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

It wasn't austerity that led to Brexit, it was nationalism – and Nicola Sturgeon knows it: The Independent
Denis MacShane

Tuesday, September 27

Twaddell agreement – Orange Lodges apply to parade: BBC

Commission to publish north Belfast Ardoyne Orange Order parade determination on Wednesday: Belfast Telegraph
Jonny Bell

'Great mutual respect' in Ardoyne parade deal: ITV

Guarded welcome on street for Ardoyne/Twaddell parade deal: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Twaddell Avenue – As loyalist camp lies empty, residents look to a peaceful future: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Twaddell Avenue – Relief felt in both communities as money proves to be crucial cog in ending impasse: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Growing hopes for lasting Ardoyne resolution: Irish News
Editorial

Sense prevails over Twaddell dispute: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Stormont parties have first ever opposition day: ITV

McGuinness's SF driver keeps crashing – and taxpayers are having to pay for it: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Opposition parties must prepare for war of attrition: Irish News
John Manley

Does Stormont believe in one law for them and another for rest of us?: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Ballymoney loyalist parade 'a platform to build on': The News Letter

Dissident party Saoradh opens office in Belfast: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Hardline republicanism shows public face with Saoradh launch at swish hotel: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Four men charged as PSNI reveal deadly 'homemade warhead containing Semtex': Belfast Live
Chris Kilpatrick

Man behind Loyalists Against Democracy social media phenomenon reveals identity: Irish News
Amanda Ferguson

Jeremy Corbyn – Labour will 'consider candidates in Northern Ireland': BBC
Stephen Walker

Jeremy Corbyn 'needs to explain stance on terrorism' after Labour victory: Belfast Telegraph
Joanne Fleming

Pub bombings families won't get same support as Hillsborough disaster victims – Home Secretary: Birmingham Mail
Andy Richards

SF should remember Maze breakout with shame – DUP MP: The News Letter

Don't worry, BBC ... Gerry Adams will not be suing Spotlight any time soon: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

'Reality in fiction' as Enniskillen bombing victims are listed in film dialogue: Impartial Reporter

DUP warning over another Nama probe at Stormont labelled smokescreen: Belfast Telegraph

Nama – Sinn Féin says fresh inquiry by finance committee will not serve 'useful purpose': BBC

Sinn Féin giving DUP 'soft landing' over Project Eagle: The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

Mullan calls for cross-border probe into sale of Project Eagle: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

Free Presbyterian minister defends protest against Catholic priest being installed at St Anne's Cathedral: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

Derry dean's Dublin installation s 'bridge of peace and reconciliation': Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Prince's visit to Donegal cost taxpayer over £600k: Belfast Telegraph
Cate McCurry

'British government clueless over Brexit' – Murphy: Newry Times

Colombian president says cites NI peace deal as 'inspiration' behind pact: The Irish Times

Monday, September 26

North Belfast Easter Rising parade passes off peacefully: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

GARC yet to decide on protest against 'agreed' Ardoyne parade: Irish News
Connla Young and John Monaghan

Ardoyne parade application to be tabled on Monday: ITV

Fault lines within nationalism remain over Ardoyne: Irish News
Connla Young

Adams – Should he stay or should he go?: Sunday Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Perhaps there is some merit in the notion of a truth recovery process: Irish News
Deaglan de Breadun

Brexit vote puts 'border at risk' says NI shadow secretary: BBC
Stephen Walker

'Drones considered to monitor border post-Brexit' – Miliband: Irish News
Richard Wheeler

Stormont officials highlighted the potential risks of Brexit a year before the EU referendum: TheDetail.tv
Steven McCaffery

'Governments must explore ways address unique circumstances of Ireland' – Hazzard (Sep 21): Newry Times

Clearing loyalist bonfire site at Rectory Park in Portadown cost £17,800 to clear up: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Iconic priest of The Troubles praises Hillary Clinton's role in Irish peace: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
James O'Shea

Watching Troubles images I had blocked from my mind: Irish News
Tom Kelly

Botched kidnap of dentist put an end to high-profile ransom attempts (Sep 25): Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

TV tribute to the New York cop who took kids away from NI's violence (Sep 23): Belfast Telegraph
Aine Fox

Wanted – a loveable Protestant protagonist (Sep 13): The Irish Times
Angeline Kelly

'It was about friendship and an idea being planted' (Sep 23): Belfast Telegraph
Aine Fox

Belfast's St Anne's Cathedral – Catholic priest installed for first time: BBC

It's not only overkill to pursue Lord Maginnis over 80p – the case should never even have got this far in the first place (Sep 24): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Inquiry must call witnesses from North – Howlin (Sep 24): Irish Independent
Cormac McQuinn and Niall O'Connor

Devolved decision-makers 'should ratify Bexit deal': Belfast Telegraph

Lessons learned from Brexit will smooth the path to Scottish independence (Sep 25): Sunday Herald
Iain Macwhirter

Without oil money, the nationalist dream will have to run on emotion (Sep 24): The Guardian
Ian Jack

Theresa May, it's not patriotic to call claims against British soldiers 'vexatious' – it's patriotic to investigate them (Sep 21): The Independent
Michael Hugh Walker

Arrest over 'hanging' effigies of Rangers fans at Celtic game (Sep 21): BBC

SNP MSP gives official warning to aide who posted pro-IRA messages: The Herald
Paul Hutcheon

Sunday, September 25

Border police station closed by stealth, say shocked politicians: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Orangemen and nationalists working on future after breakthrough parade deal: Sunday Independent
David Young

Gerry Adams is a politician without a past (Sep 24): Irish Examiner
Michael Clifford

So many suspects in an IRA riddled with spies: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

'Denis Donaldson took a bite of his chicken pakora and asked me to join the Provos': Belfast Telegraph
Mairia Cahill

I'm no friend of Gerry Adams, but the BBC Spotlight programme on him was tittle-tattle: TheJournal.ie
Vincent Browne

A Gerry Adams libel case could prove very illuminating: Irish News
Newton Emerson

Proximity to murder is part of the Adams fixtures and fittings: Sunday Independent
Eoin O'Malley

Spotlight airs disturbing claims about Denis Donaldson murder: Irish News
Editorial

It's time for a truth commission to shine a light on all of the North's secrets at once (Sep 24): Irish Independent
Martina Devlin

Agent 6137 and the murder of Pat Finucane: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Dermot McEvoy

Hounding Army veterans over Troubles deaths a travesty, says former soldier: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

'The world knew the trauma he suffered' – Dentist kidnapped by 'Border Fox' laid to rest: Irish Independent
Liam Collins

SDLP unveil Stormont Irish language bill (Sep 22): Irish News
John Manley

Minister accused of having 'no idea' on prison rebuild (Sep 22): The News Letter
Niall Deeney

Mural anger – Loyalist says mass killer McKeag a 'hero' (Sep 23): Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

It is time for the British and Irish Labour parties to merge (Sep 17): Tribune Magazine
John Coulter

Sinn Féin and SDLP leaders welcome Jeremy Corbyn victory: BBC
Stephen Walker

There are big egos as well as smiles behind Jeremy and Gerry's beards as they rule their parties with iron fists (Sep 21): Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Beard Liberation Front hails SDLP leader's hirsute cheeks: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Three hundred schoolchildren in North Belfast to make peace pledge (Sep 18): Belfast Live
Ryan Smith

Simon Hamilton again dodges question on how he voted in EU referendum: Belfast Telegraph
Jonny Bell

UUP call for Northern Ireland to become enterprise zone in wake of Brexit is rejected by rivals (Sep 20): Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Stormont press officers outnumber Scottish and Welsh governments (Sep 22): Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Former Scottish UDA terror chief says he is dying and regrets his part in The Troubles: Scottish Daily Record
Norman Silvester

UK's no Brexit border promise in Ireland may not apply to independent Scotland, experts claim (Sep 21): The Herald
Daniel Sanderson

The language of resistance – Gaelic's role in community fight-back against corporate greed: Sunday Herald
Madeleine Bunting

Rival fans gloat after new FIFA 17 game shows Rangers players doing a Celtic style HUDDLE (Sep 23): Scottish Daily Record
Ross McCafferty

Celtic move to English league looks increasingly unlikely following EFL meeting: Irish Post
Jamie Casey

Saturday, September 24

Ardoyne parade deal – First Minister Arlene Foster welcomes agreement to end dispute: Belfast Telegraph
Jonny Bell and Rebecca Black

County Grand Lodge of Belfast 'supports' Ardoyne parading deal: Irish News

GARC dismisses Ardoyne parade deal: ITV

Parade to resolve Ardoyne stand-off next weekend: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Ardoyne parade deal – PSNI 'look forward to scaling back police operation' at Crumlin Road flashpoint: Belfast Telegraph

Loyal orders' show of unity against Parades Commission in Ballymoney: The News Letter

Easter Rising parade counter protest called off – but new one set to replace it: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

One in 10 PSNI officers were deployed at republican commemoration parade: Irish News
Gareth McKeown

Denis Donaldson's family say Provisional IRA did not kill him: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Mary Lou McDonald calls on BBC to reveal Gerry Adams Spotlight source to gardai: Irish Independent
Cormac McQuinn

Donaldson murder: Police say Provos not to blame – 'Genuine surprise' at BBC allegations: Belfast Telegraph

Adams 'must explain death penalty informer remark': The News Letter

Under fire from all sides – Gerry Adams distrusted by dissidents and democrats: Irish Independent
John Downing

Dissidents to launch New IRA-backed cross-border political party: Irish Independent
Suzanne Breen

Dissident republicans launch new political party – Saoradh: BBC

Republican Sinn Féin to send delegate to Moscow conference: The Irish Times
Conor Lally

Dissident's bid for High Court to rule on bugging case is blocked: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

'I hope he finds his tongue' – Judge's words to man charged with IRA membership at Special Criminal Court: Irish Independent
Daniel Hickey

Police carry out raids in Lurgan: ITV

Red Cross explains work after funding for UDA-linked group emerges: The News Letter

INLA gunman quizzed by gardai over 25-year missing man mystery: Sunday World
Alan Sherry

Paisley's son Kyle backs out of meeting with man his dad said planned Kingsmills massacre: Belfast Telegraph
Cate McCurry

Hopes for honourable dialogue in Reavey case: Irish News
Editorial

Michael Mansfield visits sites of Ballymurphy killings: Irish News
John Monaghan

Cross-community healing service in honour of Bishop Daly: Londonderry Sentinel
Brendan McDaid

Senior loyalists join family at small service as Adair says last goodbye to son: Belfast Telegraph

Dean Morton, a man of the people, is set to make his mark on Dublin: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Brexit – Ireland wants place on EU group leading talks with UK: The Irish Times
Suzanne Lynch

Time to stop the apocalyptic fear mongering over Brexit: The Irish Times
Graham Gudgin

'Republic of Ireland are England reserves... Northern Ireland are England's reserves' reserves': Irish Independent
Daniel McDonnell

FA keen to field Team GB football team at Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games and will accommodate all requests from Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland: Daily Mail
Charles Sale

Friday, September 23

Tánaiste urges Adams to fully co-operate in Donaldson case: Irish Independent
Robin Schiller and Niall O'Connor

Gerry Adams allegations raised on BBC show will be investigated if reported – Garda chief: Irish Independent
Robin Schiller

Another "get Gerry Adams" bid by BBC, Irish pols and media: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Niall O'Dowd

Adams should stop playing the victim card and instead seek closure for the families who lives have been destroyed by the IRA: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

Martin Galvin insists 'no agenda against peace or Sinn Féin': Irish News
Claire Simpson

Mid Ulster MP hits out at Boundary Commission's dismissal of consultation in contituency: Mid Ulster Mail
Shauna Corr

Appeal for calm ahead of republican parade in North Belfast: Belfast Live
Chris Kilpatrick

Loyalists angry over 'paramilitary' republican band event: The News Letter

Ardoyne parade deal 'within weeks': The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Man (53) arrested as part of dissident republican inquiry: The Irish Times

Judges have no jurisdiction to hear Colin Duffy challenge: Portadown Times

The time has now come to bring dissident republicans in from the cold (Jun 29): Tribune Magazine
John Coulter

PSNI, not vigilantes, should tackle drugs: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Families take legal action over stalled Troubles inquests: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

'No defence' for Patrick Murphy Belfast murder being delayed by nine years: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Bernadette McAliskey – 'I am astounded I survived. I made mad decisions': The Irish Times
Kitty Holland

Old files cast a dusty eye over our lengthy political history (Sep 13): Irish News
Fionnuala O Connor

Sammy Wilson backs 'friend' Cushnahan over Nama claims: BBC

No place for paramilitary murals: Irish News
Editorial

'Government must recognise EU importance to business in NI' – Ritchie: Newry Times

Brexit signals fresh challenges and new opportunities for nationalism (Sep 22): Irish News
Chris Donnelly

Brexit vote has left us isolated in EU – we must cultivate other links, fast (Sep 22): Irish Independent
Eamon Delaney

Martin McGuinness confirms he will attend Project Eagle Dáil committee: Irish Independent
Cormac McQuinn

Noonan – UK must list its Brexit demands: Irish Independent
Ralph Riegel

Celtic fan to stand trial over 'threatening and offensive' blow up dolls at Old Firm derby: Scottish Daily Record
Grant McCabe

Thursday, September 22

Gerry Adams considers legal action over claims he sanctioned killing: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Gerry Adams 'must sue' BBC over Denis Donaldson murder: The News Letter

Gerry Adams alleges British agenda behind murder sanction claim: The Irish Times
Sarah Bardon and Amanda Ferguson

Taoiseach reacts to Gerry Adams allegations: ITV

Adams accused of 'attack and deny' response to Donaldson allegations by Micheál Martin: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

Leo Varadkar – We cannot trust denial by Adams: Irish Examiner
Elaine Loughlin

Donaldson family take case to Europe over inquest delays: Irish Independent
Greg Harkin

McDonald says Adams allegations are 'a ball of smoke': The Irish Times

Donaldson told me – 'I don't suppose there'll be much peace now': Irish Independent
Hugh Jordan

Slain agent 'accidentally exposed Stormontgate subterfuge': Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

Secret diaries of agent – and questions over fresh claims: Irish Independent
Greg Harkin

Alleged Adams link to Donaldson should be explored, says Kenny: The Irish Times
Harry McGee

Adams's denials 'must now be taken with a pinch of salt': Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor and Kevin Doyle

Denis Donaldson murder – The unanswered questions that bedevil Gerry Adams: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Adams is no Mandela or Castro – and history will not be kind to him: Irish Independent
Paul Williams

Adams's refusal to step aside shows brazen contempt for most ordinary folk: Irish Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

Time for Sinn Féin leader to come clean: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Did British spies force the IRA to renounce violence?: The Irish Times
Jennifer O'Leary

Ex-Trimble adviser calls for blanket Troubles amnesty: The News Letter

David Gordon appointment – Committee seeks clarification: BBC
Mark Devenport

Stormont Committee seeks answers over spin doctor Gordon: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Group with UDA links closer to government recognition: Sunday World
Jamie McDowell

Donegal Orange hall rises again from the ashes: The News Letter

Fury at new Belfast mural of UDA killer Stephen McKeag: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Jamie Bryson is a remarkably dangerous peaceful person: The Irish Times
Newton Emerson

Northern Irish police raid homes of prominent republican family: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Four men held as police target dissident republican activity: Belfast Telegraph

Man tackled by Canadian Ambassador given two-month sentence: The Irish Times
Tim O'Brien

Londonderry – Attack on youth club treated as sectarian hate crime: BBC

Funding cuts could hit police report into loyalist murder until 2025: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Key OTR flaw may scupper future IRA trials, says lawyer: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Secret British army unit 'bugged home of Martin McGuinness': Irish News
Connla Young

Undercover soldier's memoirs shine a light on intelligence war in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Kingsmills forensic blunders that meant massacre palm print was not matched to prime suspect: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Only full public inquiry can give Omagh families answers they've waited 18 years to hear: Belfast Telegraph
Alban Maginness

Ex-New York detective who helped children during Troubles subject of new film: Belfast Telegraph

Peter Robinson and Martin McGuinness to face PAC over the Nama Project Eagle controversy: Irish Examiner
Fiachra Ó Cionnaith

'Governments north and south should co-operate on NAMA probe' – Murphy: Newry Times

Cross-border development just one of many setbacks unseen by Brexit voters: Irish Mirror
Paddy Clancy

Kenny says stability would be the best outcome from Brexit: The Irish Times
Harry McGee and Fiach Kelly

Wednesday, September 21

BBC NI Spotlight examines the intelligence war against the IRA: BBC
Jennifer O'Leary

Ex-Provo claims Sinn Féin chief Gerry Adams sanctioned murder of spy Donaldson in Donegal cottage: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

Gerry Adams rejects claim he ordered Denis Donaldson killing: The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

James Bond fanatic Denis Donaldson was 'Walter Mitty-type who flaunted double life': Irish Independent
Jim Cusack

Once again Adams finds himself linked to heinous act: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

'Border poll a distraction from more pressing issues' – Kennedy: Newry Times

Unlike Alastair Campbell, David Gordon will not be able to give orders to civil servants: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Executive must realise transparency is mark of healthy government (Sep 20): Irish News
Editorial

UK Brexit response 'incompetent' – SDLP: Irish Independent

Ballymoney parade 'has no political agenda': The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Undercover police called as witnesses in bid to halt dissident case: The News Letter

Compassionate bail for IRA accused to attend father's funeral: The Irish Times
Brian Kavanagh

This is the UDA thug Johnny Adair ordered to shoot his son: Sunday World
Hugh Jordan

Derry Four 'devastated' police interview notes are missing: BBC

Funding for legacy inquests must be released as matter of urgency: Irish News
Editorial

Border Fox's kidnap victim John O'Grady dies: Irish Independent
Jim Cusack

Auditors raise concerns over millions of pounds in Stormont accounts (Sep 17): Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Same-sex marriage petition signed by 20,000 people: BBC

Irish Church paying price for blocking Vatican II reforms (Sep 20): The Irish Times
Irene Ní Mháille

Tensions flare after Gaeltacht football team allege referee told them "not to speak Irish" on the pitch: Irish Post
Aidan Lonergan

Am I Irish, British, European? I've been unsure all my life (Sep 14): The Irish Times
Clare Doyle

'UK could be DISBANDED if Scotland quits and replaced with confederation of states': Daily Express
Ross Logan

Banned Irish Republican marchers try to stage human rights march for a third time: The Herald
Martin Williams

Tuesday, September 20

Irish unification vote INEVITABLE if Britain leaves single market, says Paddy Ashdown: Daily Express
Joey Millar

Flanagan says border poll would be unhelpful: RTE

Pursuit of a border poll is a wild goose chase (Sep 17): Irish News
Patrick Murphy

NI peace process like a sickly child that is alive but not thriving, says ex-victims boss: Belfast Telegraph
Ann W Schmidt

Martin McGuinness – It feels 'absolutely grand' to be using Royal powers: The News Letter
David Young

Why secrecy over spin doctor appointment, asks legal expert: The News Letter

Appointment of new press secretary smacks of Stormont control freakery: Irish News
Fionnuala O Connor

Legal case against PSNI access to 'Boston tapes' to proceed: ITV
Alan Erwin

Larne Royal Marine on terror charges to stand trial in February 2017: Larne Times

Terror charge Belfast republican Fennell case should be halted due to 'error in prosecution process', court hears: Belfast Telegraph

Man released over Boreland murder: ITV

'British government must end veto on information for victims and families' – Fearon: Newry Times

Labour MP Conor McGinn calls on the Prime Minister to ensure full disclosure over collusion in the Loughinisland Massacre: Irish Post
Pearse Corcoran

Shoot-to-kill incident would have been first in decade (Sep 19): Irish News
Simon Cunningham

Ballymurphy families walk out of Brokenshire meeting: The News Letter
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Police confirm 1979 Derry Four interview notes are missing: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Border communities battle Brexit with planned day of action: The Cross Examiner

Labour leadership more crucial than my NI peace role: TheGuardian.com
Owen Smith

How Caroline followed heroine Hillary Clinton into politics – from awestruck face in crowd at Belfast rally to White House: Belfast Telegraph
Stephanie Bell

Pressure mounts on Michael Noonan to attend Dáil committee on NAMA about Project Eagle: Belfast Telegraph
John Downing

Europe does not love us as much as we think (Sep 16): The Irish Times
Joe Haslam

Nigel Farage – 'If I was asked by an Irish Eurosceptic party to come and help, I'd be there like a shot' (Sep 13): Irish Independent
Cian Murray

It's two years since the Scottish independence referendum – but how long until the next one?: WalesOnline.co.uk
David Williamson

Only independence can counter the democratic deficit (Sep 18): Sunday Herald
Editorial

Monday, September 19

Just one-in-three in Republic would support united Ireland if taxes rose: Irish News
Simon Cunningham

If Westminster cares about Northern Ireland then drop boundary plan (Sep 14): Belfast Telegraph
Alban Maginness

'North Korea' jibe at Stormont as spin doctor row refuses to go away: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Stormont Castle doesn't deny that it secretly changed the law: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Bitter row of words between Stormont Executive and Opposition continues over BBC Nolan Show editor's Stormont appointment: Belfast Telegraph
Lisa Smyth and Rebecca Black

Furore over press secretary job is 'hysterical' says Arlene Foster and Martin McGuinness: Irish News
Simon Cunningham

Poacher-turned-gamekeeper David Gordon snared in a story definitely not of his making: Belfast Telegraph
Eilis O'Hanlon

We have a duty to keep cronyism out of all public appointments: Irish News
Tom Kelly

Do we really need an education system more Catholic than the pope?: The Irish Times
John Horgan

It's time for the GAA to forget this national anthem business: The Irish Times
Brian O'Connor

British army planned to kill Real IRA gang after peace process: Irish News
Connla Young

Family of Real IRA murder victim David Caldwell shocked at revelations: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Weir gives go-ahead for nursery unit at Irish-medium primary school: The News Letter

A5 road – Campaign group launch second legal challenge (Sep 16): BBC

First Minister Arlene Foster in US to promote Northern Ireland: ITV

SF and DUP unite to prevent introduction of water charges in Northern Ireland (Sep 15): Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Loyal Orders launch Luther 500 project: The News Letter

Nama NI sale – Frank Cushnahan says he was 'never party' to £5m deal: BBC
John Campbell

Public need to know 'brown envelope' culture is over: Irish News
Claire Simpson

Celtic and Rangers fans must show common decency's more important than club loyalties: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Today's Scotland is a confident, can-do nation, ready to seek self-government when the time is right (Sep 18): Sunday Herald
Iain Macwhirter

Sunday, September 18

Support for Sinn Fein and independents up, poll suggests :: RTE

Effective Fianna Fail election strategy in north could sink the SDLP (Sep 16) :: Irish News
Alex Kane

Another self-inflicted Stormont Castle controversy :: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Water protester held on IRA charges :: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Ex IRA mole Martin McGartland who was shot in Whitley Bay fears for his life after police data error :: Newcastle Chronicle
Keiran Southern

British government cannot ignore top judge on legacy cases :: Irish News
Jim Gibney

Jean McConville murder suspect Ivor Bell faces probe over 'unfitness to plead' bid :: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

'My brother glanced to back of church at his wedding, it was heartbreaking' - Children of missing man 'need closure' :: Sunday Independent
Wayne O'Connor

Pub bombings - Inquest relatives must prepare for "open warfare in court" (Sep 15) :: Birmingham Mail
Andy Richards

Bishop Daly family amazed by Bogside memorial to icon (Sep 13) :: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Belfast needs devolution - Chamber of Commerce (Sep 7) :: Belfast Telegraph
John Mulgrew

The North is riddled with nepotism (Sep 15) :: The Irish Times
Newton Emerson

Eamonn McCann calls for Attorney General John Larkin to stand down (Sep 15) :: BBC

The next six years could set us back a century :: Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

The BBC is key to Britishness and it would be madness to mess with it :: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Just when is Irish acceptable? :: The Kerryman
Tadhg Evans

Teenage Celtic fans spat at and subjected to sectarian abuse :: BBC

Nicola Sturgeon - Independence 'transcends' Brexit, oil and the economy :: Sunday Herald
Tom Gordon

Nicola Sturgeon 'using alarmist Brexit rhetoric to make independence seem less risky' :: Daily Telegraph
Simon Johnsons

Scottish independence has become a zombie policy :: The Spectator
Alex Massie

Brexit - Carwyn Jones 'never called for a Welsh veto' :: BBC
James Williams

Saturday, September 17

House of Commons begins inquiry into future of Border: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton and Amanda Ferguson

Should an independent Scotland and Ireland consider a union?: The Herald
Garry Scott

McGuinness and Adams discuss leadership: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

Foster and McGuinness secretly changed law to appoint spin doctor: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Boreland gunman goes on run: Irish News
Allison Morris

Dissident who had list of police and judges in his cell is jailed for a further 12 months: Belfast Telegraph
John Cassidy

Man to stand trial in connection with prison officer's murder: The News Letter

Dissident republicans threaten to kill ex-Rangers star: Sunday World

Veteran republican charged in connection with Jean McConville's murder may not be fit to stand trial: Irish Independent
David Young

'No voice for loyalists in talks' – PUP: The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

More pressure to treat pub bombing families fairly as Lib Dem leader backs campaign (Sep 9): Birmingham Mail
Jonathan Walker

Elliott insists McGuinness could 'help' in bomb enquiry: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

SF blames UK for Poppy Day silence: The News Letter

New state-of-the-art Irish centre opens: Belfast Media
Brónach Ní Thuama

Martin McGuinness calls for all-island Nama inquiry: Irish Examiner
Juno McEnroe

Facebook court ordeal 'will not stop me helping people', vows DUP MLA Paul Frew (Sep 13): The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

Why Nama is in such trouble over Project Eagle: The Irish Times
John McManus

Flotilla of Nama inquiries poised to run into familiar problem: Irish News
Newton Emerson

Church of Ireland 'turning blind eye' to clergy flouting gay rules: The News Letter

So how do you like them Apples, Enda? (Sep 13): Belfast Media
Jude Collins

Republican Tom admires Lizzy's two fingered salute to Europe: Connacht Tribune
Dara Bradley

Northern Ireland's Attorney General could become involved in legal bid to stop UK departure from EU: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Irish neutrality not affected by EU security plans, says Kenny: The Irish Times
Suzanne Lynch

Belgium offers a way out of the Brexit impasse: The Irish Times
Paul Gillespie

Plans afoot for new laws holding Scots football clubs responsible for fans' behaviour: The Herald
Gerry Braiden

Alex Salmond – Nicola Sturgeon will hold second independence referendum in autumn 2018: Daily Telegraph
Simon Johnson

Friday, September 16

Gerry Adams hints at stepping down as Sinn Féin president – 'not a case of if, but when': Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

Gerry Adams coy over date of departure as Sinn Féin leader: Irish Examiner
Elaine Loughlin

Sinn Féin politicians are set for a pay rise: Irish Independent
John Downing

Song remains the same on Sinn Féin leadership: The Irish Times
Harry McGee

Kenny and Adams aim for a long goodbye: Irish Independent
John Downing

Sinn Féin 'will not tolerate any cyberbullying by its members': Irish Examiner
Elaine Loughlin

Memo to Mike and Colum – Take your lead from Arlene and Martin and talk to each other: Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

Nama scandal – Sinn Féin members 'considering futures': BBC
Gareth Gordon

Stormont go-slow on new spin chief: The News Letter

Maghaberry dissidents can challenge lock-up order: The News Letter

'Major pest' water protester and two others arrested at hospital in IRA probe: Irish Independent
Ken Foy and Robin Schiller

'Dissidents are in direct conflict with nationalist communities' – Brady: Newry Times

Andre Shoukri looks on as three are remanded over UDA killing: The News Letter

Mountbatten boat boy murder no act of war – victims' group: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Kingsmill massacre print not matched to republican Colm Murphy: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Appeal for information 25 years after SF councillor's murder: Irish News
Connla Young

Pub bombings families: We won't beg Government – we'll withdraw from inquests if they don't act (Sep 12): Birmingham Mail
Andy Richards

Actress Lisa Riley relives Manchester IRA bombing on Loose Women, which left her with a "claustrophobic fear" of another attack: Irish Post
Erica Doyle Higgins

Nama – Irish government agrees to Project Eagle probe as SDLP calls for joint investigation team: Belfast Telegraph

Allister warned over 'crossing line' as he claims DUP is stalling Nama probe: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

DUP may have Nama probe veto: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Report raises unsettling issues about Project Eagle: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

It will be a fatal error if the Government tries to seal Nama's toxic spill at Border: Irish Independent
Dearbhail McDonald

BAI rejects complaints that Paul Williams 'was freely allowed to vilify Sinn Féin voters' on Late Late Show: Irish Independent
Amy Molloy

'Scotland should BLOCK Brexit' Salmond backs Sturgeon's bid to stop Britain leaving EU: Daily Express
Lizzie Stromme

Brexit will be triggered early in 2017 – Kenny: Irish Independent
Donal O'Donovan

EU officials 'believe Britain will give up on Brexit if they make negotiations tough enough': Daily Telegraph
Peter Foster

They think it's all over – but Brexiting UK could still pull a u-turn on Article 50: Irish Independent
Vincent Power



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