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Saturday, September 30

Unionists slam EU bid to move border in Ireland – Sinn Féin backs motion: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Labour believes Northern Ireland can have its cake and eat it when it comes to Brexit and the border: Belfast Telegraph
Paul Breen

I don't share optimism on talks deal – Donaldson: Belfast Telegraph

Alliance Party say three language bills could break Stormont deadlock: BBC
Mark Devenport

Alliance's language proposals 'simply a distraction': The News Letter

Many people voted DUP out of fury at Sinn Féin conduct: The News Letter
Editorial

She may be Sinn Féin's anointed one, but Mary Lou McDonald could yet find trouble ahead north and south: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty and Andrew Lynch

No sexism in Varadkar dismissal of 'cranky' McDonald: Irish Examiner
Daniel McConnell

Gerry Adams says Republic of Ireland parties have 'electoral fear' of Sinn Féin: Belfast Telegraph

Orangeman who drove into crowd and injured teen jailed: ITV

Orange Order urged to expel member John Aughey, jailed for driving into pedestrians at Ardoyne: Irish News
Allison Morris

Belfast families living in fear on mixed estate where Catholics forced to flee: Belfast Telegraph
Brett Campbell

PSNI 'won't speculate' on claims UVF threatened Catholic families: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

People more optimistic about improving cross-community relations in Northern Ireland, report states: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

PSNI chief under fire for attending DUP 'fundraising' event: Irish News

Michael Gove addresses DUP fund-raising dinner: The News Letter
Sam McBride

DUP insists gala dinner attended by chief constable was not a fundraiser: Belfast Telegraph

Protestors hit back after DUP duo claim they had to be escorted from public meeting 'for their own safety': Derry Now
Gareth Cross

Sinn Féin mayor unrepentant after visiting inmate wearing chain of office: Belfast Telegraph
Leona O'Neill

Gilmore shooting – Loyalist feud 'has cost police £5m': BBC

Third man in court over murder of loyalist in Carrickfergus: ITV

IRA pair may face prosecution for 'taking part in Bloody Sunday' tragedy: Daily Mirror
Chris Hughes

Move against Official IRA duo over Bloody Sunday a needless distraction, says victim's brother: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Victim's brother demands Bloody Sunday inquiry be widened: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

James will be with me in spirit, says Omagh bomb victim's mum in poignant journey to unveil memorial: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

INLA victim's wife to share her story at Londonderry event: Londonderry Sentinel

Witness has information on Robert Nairac Kingsmills link: The News Letter

Family of murdered UDR man James Speers launch civil action against Sinn Féin MLA Ian Milne over 1976 shooting: Irish News
Deborah McAleese

Omagh lawyer serves writ on Sinn Féin MLA for UDR murder: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

'Threat' could stop soldier travelling to Kathleen Thompson inquest in Derry: Belfast Telegraph

Compensation for wife of IRA Brighton bomb forensic officer: The News Letter

'It's just words!' Former Irish PM SAVAGES UK's generous offer to EU: Daily Express
Charlotte Davis

'Better vibe' coming from Brexit negotiations, says Taoiseach Leo Varadkar: Irish News
John Monaghan

EU post-Brexit – Ireland must align itself with Europe: The Irish Times
Editorial

Friday, September 29

Brexit – European Parliament to propose Northern Ireland stays in single market: The Independent
Jon Stone

Simon Coveney – Post-Brexit transition 'up to four years': Irish Examiner
Elaine Loughlin

Stormont could be 'up and running in weeks' – Coveney: BBC

Colum Eastwood calls for students and young people to join the SDLP to help fight hard Brexit and 'forge a better society': The News Letter

Fears Brexit will create bigger market for smuggling along Irish border: Irish Mirror
Anita McSorley

Irish border talks 'moving at pace' – David Davis: BBC

Brexit brings unusual views on Northern Irish poll into the limelight: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Paddy Clancy

Paisley's son calls on DUP to withdraw from Conservative deal if government 'reneges on its pledge' to help Bombardier: Irish News
John Monaghan

Pupils and teachers hold protest over Irish language legislation deadlock: The News Letter

Mary Lou v Leo – RTE pull radio debate as row between parties continues: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

Leo and Mary Lou's dramatics played to a sparse audience – and that's worrying: Irish Independent
Laura Larkin

Choirboy Varadkar hits sour notes in Dáil row: The Irish Times
Miriam Lord

SDLP and Fianna Fáil – can two become one in merger?: BBC
Enda McClafferty

Those who fuelled hatred now demand 'respect and equality': The News Letter
Trevor Ringland

DUP apology attempt over Tony Taylor prison visit fails: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Catholic residents ordered out of shared community housing project in sectarian threat: Belfast Live
Jilly Beattie

Because we are Catholic – Resident speaks out after UVF force him and pregnant wife to leave home: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

DUP MP defends UVF flags stance after Catholics flee homes: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Replace the word 'Catholic' and Belfast intimidation would be international scandal: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

NI panel takes its first steps in effort to stamp out paramilitaries: The Irish Times

Commission begins monitoring efforts to stamp out paramilitaries: Belfast Telegraph

Loyalist umbrella group calls for removal of flags after 'Ulster Day': Irish News
John Monaghan

Geordie Gilmore – Man, 32, charged with murder: Belfast Live
Sarah Scott

Police investigating New IRA attempt to kill police officer in Derry arrest two men: Derry Now

Call for independent murder investigation on anniversary of Martin O'Hagan's death: The News Letter

Police cleared of cover-up over IRA Castlereagh break-in: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Castlereagh Special Branch break-in claim rejected: BBC
Vincent Kearney

Still so many unanswered questions about the biggest security breach of the Troubles: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Frazer confirms Dublin victims' parade date: The News Letter

Sinn Féin's Sheamus Greene – 'no regrets' for saying he'd 'rather have his fingernails pulled with pliers' when asked to nominate people for Queen's honours list: Impartial Reporter
Meadhbh Monahan

Perfectly scripted as Leo and Mary Lou ramp up the drama: Irish Independent
Nicola Anderson

'We need more substance' – Sinn Féin TD hits back at Varadkar over Mary Lou McDonald comments: Irish Independent
John Downing

Troubles victim so young his family never had chance to take photograph: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Sinn Féin wants to airbrush Londonderry out of history – unionists: The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

'Londonderry' welcome sign kicks off song and dance from Sinn Féin: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

New documentary names alleged Loughinisland mass killer: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Cahir O'Doherty

Maze breakout – Film's Enniskillen showing is 'IRA propaganda', says MLA: Impartial Reporter
Meadhbh Monahan

Alliance acht na Gaeilge proposals pave way for power-sharing: Irish News
John Manley

'I'm devoted to the future of Ireland' – Hilary Clinton speaks about NI stalemate in Ryan Tubridy interview: Irish Independent
Ed Carty

An Garda Síochána – One problem after another: The Irish Times
Editorial

Who is the Irish woman who could become the next Ukip leader?: The Irish Times
Conor James McKinney

An independent Scotland ought to ditch the monarchy: The Herald
Doug Marr

Thursday, September 28

Irish language act was only 'tertiary' element in Haass talks: Irish News
John Manley

Is Stormont stalemate coming to an end?: BBC
Mark Devenport

MLAs will have to get a pay cut under direct rule: The News Letter
Editorial

Hillary Clinton expresses concern over political stalemate in Northern Ireland: Irish Mirror
Ed Carty

Former US special envoy Richard Haass urges second Brexit vote: Irish News
John Manley

Neal seized his moment and now Trump envoy pledge is welcomed: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

Gerry Adams and Irish America welcome US Irish Envoy decision: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
James Wilson

'We can't afford to not trade with England!' Irish politician warns EU over Brexit talks: Daily Express
Charlotte Davis

Police Chiefs concerned over post-Brexit challenges: The News Letter

Sinn Féin TD – 'My party does not tolerate bullying': Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

Geordie Gilmore murder probe police make five arrests in Carrick raids: Belfast Telegraph

Alarm over angry Derry protests: Irish News
Editorial

'Danny Boy' sparks sectarian row in Limavady: Londonderry Sentinel

Use marching bands and peace walls for culture bid, expert advises Northern Ireland councils (Sep 26): Belfast Telegraph
Siobhan Fenton

The redemption of Sean O'Callaghan (Aug 27): Sunday Independent
Editorial

'No evidence' police knew of raid in advance: The News Letter

Call for new inquest into IRA man's British army killing (Sep 27): Irish News
Connla Young

Declassified files – Needham's sharp note rebuked by top civil servant (Aug 30): The News Letter

Declassified Files – Civil servants alarmed at decline in quality of councillors and officials (Aug 29): The News Letter
Sam McBride

Irish language college plan for north Belfast: Irish News
Simon Doyle

Judge – Arlene Foster should have chance to answer inquest funds blocking claims: The News Letter

Arlene Foster could face legal action over claims she blocked Executive discussion on inquest funding: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Community must reject attitudes that fuel hate crimes (Sep 26): Irish News
Editorial

Sparks fly between Leo Varadkar and Mary Lou McDonald: Irish Examiner
Juno McEnroe

'Hope you didn't spend too much time practising this morning' – Taoiseach clashes with Sinn Féin's Mary Lou McDonald for second day in a row: Irish Independent
Cormac McQuinn

Varadkar and Mary Lou exchanges part of conscious FG strategy: The Irish Times
Harry McGee

Number of new trainee priests at Maynooth hits record low (Sep 26): The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

What comes after Brexit could be worse for Ireland (Sep 24): Irish Independent
Colm McCarthy

Wednesday, September 27

Brexit – Northern Ireland and Irish border on talks agenda: BBC
John Campbell

British government accused of 'playing chicken' with EU over Ireland: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

Irish border stalemate could DERAIL Brexit talks – not exit bill issue, Belgian MEP warns: Daily Express
Ajay Nair

Brexit – Irish Labour leader Brendan Howlin wants new vote: BBC
Stephen Walker

As the leader of the Irish Labour Party, I'm sick of being ignored while Brexit threatens to destroy Ireland completely: The Independent
Brendan Howlin

May's Brexit speech sounds good for Northern Ireland, but weakened authority may not see her vision come to fruition: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Labour Party showing a lack of interest in Northern Ireland: Irish News
Editorial

DUP's Foster says Northern Ireland parties doing their best to get Stormont restored: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Parties divided over calls for MLAs to face salary cut during impasse: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Brokenshire to publish plans to tackle Troubles legacy: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Belfast council Irish language officer 'could cost up to £50,000': The News Letter

Trump pledges continued North envoy: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

More Catholics satisfied with policing in Northern Ireland: The News Letter

PSNI task force seizes almost £500,000 of paramilitary assets in less than 2 years: Irish News
Allison Morris

New taskforce to tackle paramilitaries: BBC
Vincent Kearney

Chief Constable – Paramilitary taskforce operating on goodwill in absence of Executive: Irish News
Allison Morris

PSNI Chief Constable warns community workers "involved in criminality by night" that his officers will be coming for them: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

Law enforcement agencies playing 'whack-a-mole' with paramilitaries: Irish News
Allison Morris

PSNI can be proud of its war on gangsters: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Varadkar to McDonald – You remind me of Marine Le Pen: Irish Examiner
Daniel McConnell

Sinn Féin MP Barry McElduff receives 'sinister' death threat: Belfast Telegraph

DUP politicians leave health meeting over safety fears: BBC

Foster hits out at 'bullying' of DUP representatives at public meeting: Irish News

Sinn Féin say 'abusive behaviour not the way to oppose Tory/DUP cuts' as McCann argues 'people are at the end of their tether': Derry Now

Solicitors hit back at Campbell over Waterfoot Hotel bomb: Derry Now
Gareth Cross

Ex-Army spy IRA McGartland 'living on borrowed time' after new threat: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Relatives of teenage bomb victim 'reach out to stop history repeating itself': The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Anger of Poppy Day bomb victim's son as SF council chief attends IRA tribute: Belfast Telegraph
Michael Sheils McNamee

Self-defence claims by soldier who shot Daniel Hegarty have no credibility, High Court told: Irish News

'I have flashbacks of Leanne daily; this quilt will touch me very much: The News Letter

Another alarming report on the use of public funds in NI: The News Letter
Editorial

DUP not one bit happy with US decision that could cost Northern Ireland thousands of jobs: TheJournal.ie
Cianan Brennan

Foster was asked about investments now set to lose £30m: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Leo Varadkar expected to make symbolic Enniskillen visit for Remembrance Sunday: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Varadkar – pope should visit Northern Ireland: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

Garda shows up to Belfast robbery with PSNI officers: Belfast Media
Evan Short

Government warned not to appoint Garda head too quickly: The Irish Times
Sarah Bardon

'Take a Knee' protests compared to James McClean's stance on 'God Save the Queen': Derry Journal
Andrew Quinn

Anti-bigotry campaigners blast Celtic fans caught on video singing vile sectarian chant about Rangers' long-serving kit-man: Scottish Sun
Rebecca Gray

Tuesday, September 26

Foster says DUP and Sinn Féin working hard on deal: RTE

Brokenshire – Talks between Sinn Féin and DUP have 'intensified and deepened': Irish News

Stormont talks – 'not an inch': ITV
Brian Rowan

Sworn enemies of DUP and SF on course for their ultimate showdown: The News Letter
Alex Kane

DUP reject Corbyn claim £1bn is for 'pet projects': Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

The Tories have already betrayed the DUP: The Irish Times
Fintan O'Toole

Insufficient progress on Brexit talks so far, Leo Varadkar says: The Irish Times

PM says hard border between Northern Ireland and the Republic after Brexit would be 'unacceptable' as she meets Irish counterpart for talks at Downing Street: Daily Mail
James Tapsfield

UK government 'didn't have a plan' for Brexit – Coveney: The Irish Times
Vivienne Clarke

McNulty – Border must remain invisible: The Cross Examiner

Brexit – All Irish voices needed: Derry Journal

SF man may go public over 'bullying' row: Belfast Telegraph
Kevin Doyle

Totalitarian Sinn Féin riven by dissent as councillors in south exit amid bullying claims: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Sinn Féin member 'would rather have nails pulled with pliers' than make nomination for Queen's honours list: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

Viable device found during west Belfast alert: BBC

Man injured in 2012 shooting of Alan Ryan takes legal action against Gardai: TheJournal.ie
Gráinne Ní Aodha

Omagh bomb victim's mother: I vowed never to return to Ireland – but I will for James: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Bombers' sentences show legal system is out of touch – Beattie: The News Letter

Derry bomb dissident Poleon was suspect in murder bid on Chief Constable: Belfast Telegraph
Sean O'Driscoll

Marching bands should be part of Belfast/Derry European Capital of Culture bid: Irish News

Troubles legacy to be tackled with public consultation even without powersharing: The News Letter

IRA man killed in 'ambush': Belfast Media
Brónach Ní Thuama

LBC radio presenter furious at caller's suggestion IRA not terrorists: Belfast Telegraph

Why these are among the best of times for Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Gerald Steinberg

Google should ban sale of all IRA t-shirts – victims' group: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Google refuses to ban sale of IRA T-shirts: Belfast Telegraph
Alison Fleming

Donegal dependence on frequent Border crossings revealed: Irish Independent
Colm Kelpie

Catholicism's influence is very much alive in Ireland: The Irish Times
Eamon Maher

NI shadow secretary will not address Labour conference: Irish News
Gareth McKeown

Brexit will not derail Ireland's bid to host Rugby World Cup, says Leo Varadkar: Irish Mirror
Ferghal Blaney

Theresa May backs Ireland's bid to host 2023 Rugby World Cup: The News Letter

A very poor show as rugby bid is launched: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Celtic fan's touching tribute to Ibrox disaster victims takes internet by storm: Scottish Daily Record
Abbi Garton

Fifa poppy ban – Gordon Strachan and Michael O'Neill want 'common sense': BBC

Monday, September 25

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar visits Theresa May in Downing St to discuss Brexit: Belfast Telegraph

UK must give us a 'clear' vision on Border – Taoiseach: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

James Brokenshire 'should represent NI in Brexit talks': BBC

Border checks are still possible: Irish Examiner
Fiachra Ó Cionnaith

This Guy's in love with you (Sep 25): Sunday Independent
Brendan O'Connor

Sinn Féin up for doing a deal on institutions – Adams: ITV

Adams denies DUP 'lies' about SF commitment to powersharing: The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

Comments by Gerry Adams a 'step forward' – DUP's Hamilton: Belfast Telegraph

'What precedent is being set for Irish Language Act?' (Sep 18): The News Letter

The political parties that demand an Irish language act cannot themselves speak it (Sep 23): The News Letter
C.D.C. Armstrong

The lack of justice for victims is a disgrace: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

SDLP 'up for challenge of changing' after general election defeat (Jun 10): BBC

IRA arms decommissioning witness says power-sharing should be restored to disarm dissident republican threat: Irish News
Michael McHugh

Alarm over Dunmurry housing claims: Irish News
Editorial

Crack unit set to tackle paramilitary and organised crime gangs: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

Racist graffiti daubed on east Belfast community centre: ITV

Gloria Hunniford reveals she was on IRA 'death list' and opens up about crazed stalker horror: The Sun
Tilly Pearce

Michael D has shown us why we just don't need a president: Sunday Independent
Donal Lynch

Catholic clerics set to join Presbyterians at Reformation forums (Sep 21): Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Give the gardai a good Irish cop as their commissioner: Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

Flood of UK exiles 'will inflame our crisis in housing' (Aug 30): Irish Independent
Gavin White

FIFA backs down in row with SFA over Scotland players wearing poppies: Scottish Daily Record

Sir Tom Hunter – 'Now is not the time for Independence vote' (Sep 21): The Herald
Scott Wright

Sunday, September 24

Border poll could 'erupt in violence', SDLP MLA warns: The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

Support from all parties for a proper response to terrorism ought to be a 'red line' in the talks: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

The Irish Sea is suddenly an ocean between us: Sunday Independent
Conor Brady

Time for reality check on Brexit: Sunday Independent
Editorial

EU might have to bind more closely together, and UK is better out of it: The News Letter
Editorial

Meet new chief executive of DUP – party's enforcer who 'puts fear of God into MLAs': Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Sinn Féin MPs in Dáil 'historically significant': Derry Journal

Yet another lenient prison term for a serious terror crime (Sep 22): The News Letter
Editorial

Turas – an Irish language project in the heart of East Belfast: Belfast Live

Gaelic team praised for breaking barriers: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Edwards

Google says IRA are not terrorists: Internet giant refuses to stop selling terror T-shirts as Provos not on their banned list: Daily Mail
Simon Murphy and Ian Gallagher

Declassified files – NIO not seeking to overthrow Paisley, official assured DUP man (Aug 30): The News Letter

Mending walls after 'The Troubles' (Aug 30): Boston Irish Reporter
Christopher J. Muse

Lessons of the past can help with future: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Maze director Stephen Burke on bringing real IRA jailbreak to the big screen (Sep 22): Irish News
David Roy

Removal of conflict studies degree course from Magee 'makes no sense' (Jun 9): Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Bishop strives for peace through basketball: CentralMaine.com
Travis Lazarczyk

'My Buddy from across the divide' – project brings kids together (Sep 21): Belfast Live

Orangemen drum up £38k for children's hospice: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Almost 500 years on from Luther, can we manage our own reformation in Northern Ireland?: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Archbishop criticises writing out of history Irish Catholics who died in WWI: The Irish Times
Ronan McGreevy

Troubles no more: Travel Weekly
Patricia Schultz

Irish digital radio out of tune (Sep 4): Irish News
Editorial

Boris Johnson's Brexit manifesto set out a positive vision, but BBC distorted his Euro message (Sep 21): Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

Farage shows his naivety – NI war hero MLA Beattie slams SAS Tube proposal (Sep 18): Belfast Telegraph
Michael Sheils McNamee

A second vote on Brexit and the search for a deal (Sep 19): The Herald
Editorial

Saturday, September 23

Theresa May speech – EU and UK to protect Belfast Agreement and Common Travel Area: Belfast Telegraph

Europe criticism over May's lack of clarity on Border: Irish Independent
Sarah Collins

DUP leader Arlene Foster backs PM's vision for Brexit: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield and Michael McHugh

Theresa May's speech did not go far enough, says Taoiseach: Irish Examiner
Daniel McConnell

Theresa May's landmark speech provided nothing but more uncertainty: Irish News
John Manley

Broadly positive speech by May perhaps signals the end of the beginning: Irish Independent
John Downing

Britain must accept ambiguity to survive Brexit: The Irish Times
Fintan O'Toole

May speech fails to offer Border solution: Irish Independent
Editorial

More detail needed as Theresa May delivers keynote Brexit speech: Irish News
Editorial

European 'deep concern' over tackling Northern Ireland's legacy issues: Belfast Telegraph

Government moves to allay fears over NI police ban on Troubles unit: The News Letter

DUP's Donaldson slams EU diplomat's assertion Irish border is 'illogical': Belfast Telegraph

Probe Stormont vacuum, MPs urged: The News Letter
Sam McBride

SF blamed for shortfall in road-repairing budget: The News Letter

The once-fringe idea now moving mainstream: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Stormont deadlock 'holding up justice bodies' – Sugden: BBC
Mark Devenport

McDonald says Micheál Martin is 'playing a very cynical game': The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

PPS considers appealing sentences of pair who planted bomb for PSNI recruitment event: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Bomb pair 'undoubtedly set out to commit murder': The News Letter

SDLP Leader Colum Eastwood condemns attack on Bogside home – 'We cannot have a society where those with guns are able to act judge and jury': Derry Now

Precedent set for flags in church – self-styled cleric: The News Letter

George 'Geordie' Gilmore murder accused refused bail: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Belfast council votes on hiring Irish language officer: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

An amnesty for police and soldiers would boost the Provo desire to be seen as equal to squaddies: The News Letter
William Matchett

Republicans planned similar breakout at Crumlin Road: Irish News

Nobody was meant to get hurt, says man who launched Maze escape: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

Warder recalls 'unromantic reality' of IRA's Maze escape: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Ex-British soldier's trial over John Pat Cunningham's death to be preceded by gun test firing: Irish News
Michael McHugh and Siobhan Fenton

I'm proud of handshake at Drumcree – former priest: Portadown Times

RUC promotional film was 'far from reality': BBC
Robin Sheeran

'Disgust' as BBC set to air Bobby Sands film: The News Letter

Scepticism about Scottish devolution is growing fast: The Spectator
Stephen Daisley

Belfast dissident Republican BANNED from Old Firm game: Scottish Daily Record
John Cassidy

Tony Cascarino on the Old Firm derby – 'It was the hatred that shocked me. There is no other word, trust me': Daily Mail
Hugh MacDonald

Friday, September 22

EU 'will never allow Ireland to suffer from UK's decision to leave': Irish Independent
Colm Kelpie

Unionists attack Brexit chief's hint of special status for Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

DUP and SF deliver conflicting messages to key Brexit figure on Belfast visit: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Varadkar to press for 'soft Brexit' in talks with Theresa May: The Irish Times
Harry McGee

Brexit talks – Lack of Executive is 'madness' – Colum Eastwood: Derry Journal

Irish border data underlines huge task facing Brexit negotiators: The Guardian
Alan Travis

Verhofstadt was welcome in NI but his views are those of an EU partisan: The News Letter
Editorial

We must convince unionists to support united Ireland – Gerry Adams: Belfast Telegraph

DUP silent over culture act claim: The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

The View – Political tug of war over Irish language Act: BBC
Stephen Walker

DUP cannot sell supporters an Irish language Act: The Irish Times
Newton Emerson

Hope and a re-written history without respect will not rhyme: Impartial Reporter
Denzil McDaniel

Sinn Féin must address human rights abuses carried out by IRA: Belfast Telegraph
Mike Nesbitt

'NI police could be barred from new Troubles unit – but not Gardai': The News Letter

East Derry MP Gregory Campbell calls for further action against dissident republicans in rural areas: Derry Now

Sentence for pair who planted bomb for Derry PSNI recruitment event 'lenient,' says MP: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Dissident bomb bid was a serious terror operation: Irish News
Editorial

Dissident republican posters threaten PSNI officers: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

Unionist people happy for peace wall to remain: The News Letter

West Belfast peace wall removal 'a major milestone': Belfast Telegraph
Brett Campbell

'Let's get these houses filled up with unionists': The News Letter

Tyrone man loses appeal over informer recruitment claims: Belfast Telegraph

European and UN bodies put pressure on British government over legacy: Irish News
Connla Young

Omagh lawyers – victims want Gaddafi's cash, not taxpayers': The News Letter

Civil rights event to be held in Co Derry: Irish News
Connla Young

Belfast cabbie shot by secret Army unit challenges PSNI's role in probe: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Britain First bid to register as political party in north rejected: Irish News
Connla Young

Only two-thirds of controlled pupils are Protestant – and figure is falling: The News Letter

'Controlled schools are naturally integrated schools': Banbridge Leader

Number of Irish in UK nearly 100,000 higher than Ireland's UK-born population: Irish Mirror
Hayden Smith

Irish not a priority for Gaeltacht teenagers: Connacht Tribune
Mairtin O'Cathain

Plans to make film about comic Dave Allen reignites row over claims late star was threatened by the IRA: Irish Sun
Ken Sweeney

Anger at anthem ban before Northern Ireland v Republic match: Belfast Telegraph
Eamon Sweeney

Ex-Labour spin doctor Alastair Campbell recalls plan for Rangers v. Celtic 'peace process' match: The News Letter
Ken McNiven

Thursday, September 21

Northern Ireland could stay in customs union after Brexit – Verhofstadt: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

North needs greater emphasis in Brexit talks, says EU negotiator: The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

Johnson 'out of the loop' on Brexit talks, says Hogan: Irish Examiner
Juno McEnroe

Brexiteers are holding Northern Ireland to ransom... and it could end in disaster: Belfast Telegraph
James Anderson

DUP MP says mooted culture act is 'off the table' as impasse continues: The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

Irish language act a political tool that could Balkanise NI: The News Letter
Doug Beattie

Arlene Foster's attitude sending voters to the polls (Sep 6): Belfast Telegraph
Bill White

NI human rights chief slams government leadership over legacy issues: Belfast Telegraph
Michael Sheils McNamee

We need political will to deal with the past properly: Belfast Telegraph
Judith Thompson

US Rep. Richard Neal urges President Donald Trump not to eliminate special envoy to Northern Ireland: Springfield Republican
Shannon Young

Congressional Friends of Ireland demand US envoy to North restored: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com

US-Irish relations – an indispensable partner for peace: The Irish Times
Editorial

Peace process watchdog must protect national security information – Brokenshire: The News Letter

Belfast 'peace wall' between communities felled after 30 years: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Local houses for local people – Residents' group apology over 'homes for loyalists' comments: Belfast Telegraph

Dangerous bonfires must be kept away from property: Irish News
Editorial

IRA victims' Dublin rally going ahead, says Willie Frazer: Belfast Telegraph
Victoria Leonard

Dissident threat forcing officers to leave homes in North West: ITV

'You will not tell us how we work' – message to dissidents at probation board rally: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

Man arrested over attempted murder of police in Derry bomb trap: Belfast Telegraph

Judgment reserved in Fennell graveyard speech terror trial: Belfast Telegraph
Ashleigh McDonald

IRSP vow to 'force' flags into the Catholic Church following funeral: The News Letter

Anger after Sinn Féin mayor wears official chain on prison visit to ex-IRA man: Belfast Telegraph
Leona O'Neill

Derry mayor defends decision to wear mayoral chain on prison visit: BBC

Councillor hits out at SF after his expulsion: Irish Independent

And Sinn Féin makes three: Village
Frank Connolly

Council yet to decide what role it will play in 30th anniversary of Enniskillen bombing: Impartial Reporter
Julie Kenwell

Declassified files – Loyalist and republican prisoners 'colluded in sham fights' (Sep 1): The News Letter

Safety fears meant no flags or anthems at women's Northern Ireland v Republic match: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

Leading Policing Authority figures ruled out of Commissioner race: The Irish Times
Conor Lally

A trustworthy police force – An essential relationship is broken: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Council to spend £160,000 teaching staff to speak Gaelic: The Herald

Wednesday, September 20

Sinn Féin – British government showing "duplicity" over legacy cases: Irish News
Claire Simpson

Sinn Féin not gatekeepers of equality – Empey: The News Letter

In North impasse, conflicting words over language: Irish Echo
Anthony Neeson

If you want to see true cost of an Irish Language Act, look to Canada (Jun 9): Belfast Telegraph
John Wilson

Making the case for Irish unity entails moulding and working a Northern Irish state: Irish News

How the US special envoy to Northern Ireland functioned before Trump: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Ray O'Hanlon

European Parliament's top Brexit link to meet Northern Ireland leaders: Belfast Telegraph

Commissioner's views make sense on Brexit (Sep 18): Irish Independent
Editorial

Future of the Border – good intentions not enough: The Irish Times
Editorial

Brexit, Theresa May, and the Ulster Plantation (Jun 9): TheDetail.tv
Steven McCaffery

DUP £1bn deal 'very bad for Northern Ireland', says former Lib Dem leader Ashdown: Belfast Telegraph

Where did Theresa May's new friends, the DUP, come from? (Jun 9): The Irish Times
Eamonn Mallie

Northern Ireland's teenagers would get my vote (Sep 18): Belfast Live
Joe Lindsay

Youth needs to have some life experience before it is ready to elect politicians (Sep 18): Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

UKIP NI fined £3500 for breaking finance rules (Sep 8): The News Letter

What happened next for Alex Attwood, Eamonn McCann, Sandra Overend and Oliver McMullan? (Sep 7): Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Man charged with attempted murder in Larne loyalist feud: Belfast Telegraph

Former Mayor speaks of 'discontent within Unionist community' after Maolíosa McHugh wears chain of office to visit Tony Taylor: Derry Now

Housing body 'content' for bonfire that damaged flats to return: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Dissident Dee Fennell faces terror charges trial over cemetery speech: Belfast Telegraph
Ashleigh McDonald

Pair sentenced tomorrow for terror offences: The News Letter

DUP urged to reject resident group's 'housing for unionists' call: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Derry vigil held in opposition to soldiers' protest: Derry Now
Alan Healy

Marks and Spencer 'proud' at having stayed in NI through Troubles (Sep 8): BBC
Julian O'Neill

Bobby Sands film to make its television premiere on Sunday: Irish News
John Monaghan

Irish schools being 'set up to fail' by Dept of Education: Belfast Media
Michael Jackson

Anti-Catholicism shouldn't be allowed to be the last acceptable prejudice (Jun 8): Irish Catholic
Michael Kelly

New play explores family and politics in Northern Ireland: Yorkshire Post

Stormont stalemate holding up new college project: The News Letter

Scottish devolution can give NI food for thought: Belfast Telegraph
John Simpson

Ex-UKIP activist in row over alleged Union flag theft attack was at centre of 'blacking up' storm: The Herald
Martin Williams

Tuesday, September 19

SDLP wants British and Irish leaders to step in: Belfast Telegraph

DUP will walk out of talks if Dublin starts suggesting solutions – Donaldson: The News Letter

Irish Language Act war of words intensifies as Sinn Féin hits out at 'insulting' comments by Foster: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

SF using Irish language act as smoke screen – Ringland: The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

SF – Destroying signs disrespects the Irish identity: The News Letter

No offence Arlene Foster, but it's disgrace MLAs still paid, says man who helped set their salary: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Why NI's devolved government should be waving and not drowning: Belfast Telegraph
Rick Wilford

Alliance say an ILA based on cost and compulsion will fail, yet MLA stood smiling beside Adams for whom cost and compulsion is no problem: The News Letter
Alan Chambers

Measured approach needed to Irish language discussions: Irish News
Editorial

Donaldson right to dismiss Eastwood's joint proposal idea: The News Letter
Editorial

Failure to deal with past imperils future: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Did the government intentionally mislead us over its deal with the DUP? (Sep 11): The Guardian
Gina Miller

Congress members urge Tillerson not to abolish post of NI envoy: The Irish Times
Suzanne Lynch

Petition calls for NI to have honorary EU membership: Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

Hogan's EU challenge to May simply adds to political intrigue: Irish Independent
John Downing

Washington needs to get more involved in Brexit: The Irish Times
Richard E Neal

Ireland will need to play hardball on Brexit field: Irish Independent
Fearghal O'Connor

Loyalism needs a voice, but it mustn't be those linked to paramilitary past: The News Letter
Alex Kane

'Even if Adams goes, FF won't work with Sinn Féin' – Martin: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Sinn Féin expels three Wicklow councillors: The Irish Times
Harry McGee

Union to hold solidarity rally for probation officers after republican threats: Belfast Telegraph

Man shot in hands and legs in paramilitary style attack in West Belfast: Belfast Live
Sarah Scott

Shooting of man's hands and legs was 'barbarism': The News Letter

AAD – Pipe bomb target threatened previously by INLA: Belfast Media

SF concern that Derry man being detained on 'probability', not facts: Derry Journal

Priest allows republican flags at funeral – unionists vent anger: Belfast Telegraph
Leona O'Neill

Michael McIlveen's mother to stand trial accused of assaulting one of her son's killers: Irish News

IRA victims' families meet Garda ahead of Dublin protest: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

Bomb victim 'numbed' by government's Libya refusal: The News Letter

DUP could have struck Libyan cash deal as part of its Tory pact, says Jim Allister: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Glenanne families have received no contact from PSNI since landmark ruling: Irish News
Allison Morris

IRA Belvoir Park science labs bomb targeted NI justice: BBC
Vincent Kearney

Coroner to quiz witnesses over post-mortem photos of IRA man killed by Army: Belfast Telegraph

Former Drumcree priest reinvents himself as successful entrepreneur: Irish News
Connla Young

RHI Inquiry – Foster and Bell given special status for proceedings: Belfast Telegraph

Ó Muilleor 'disappointed' at delay in RHI inquiry he set up: The News Letter
Sam McBride

DUP MP Emma Little-Pengelly sends congratulatory tweet to GAA club: Irish News
John Monaghan

We're not allowed to show All-Ireland GAA final, says BBC after Sinn Féin tweet: Irish News
John Monaghan

Repeal of football anti-bigotry laws could lead to "regression" of offensive behaviour, Scots police chief warns: The Herald
Martin Williams

Scottish and Welsh plans to amend Brexit bill to be outlined: BBC

Lawyer for Irishman found innocent in Egypt pays tribute to Lurgan-based group The Hooded Men: Portadown Times
Carmel Robinson

Monday, September 18

Arlene Foster claims Sinn Féin aims to 'humiliate unionists' with Irish language act demand: Irish News
John Manley

Councillors' body backs Swann on Irish language: The News Letter

Activists join forces to push for an Irish language act in NI: Irish News
Suzanne McGonagle

'Equal respect under the law for the Irish Language': Irish News
Linda Ervine and Dr Francis Costello

Official Ireland built a stage for Adams's Irish Language Act (Sep 17): Sunday Independent
Declan Lynch

Colum Eastwood calls for representation on Joint Ministerial Council: Irish News

Northern Ireland needs the chance to vote Labour (Sep 8): Belfast Telegraph
Boyd Black

Don't be complacent about peace warns CRC chairman: Irish News

Adams and Ó Broin 'apologists for IRA' – Martin: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

MLA Bradley kept debt nightmare secret until she was facing eviction (Sep 11): Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

Outrage over Christ Church attack (Sep 14): Irish News
Editorial

Blessed are the peacemakers – the risks they took for peace in Northern Ireland (Sep 16): Belfast Telegraph
Judith Cole

Martin McGuinness statement submitted to Troubles inquest: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

How UTV broadcaster dodged wearing poppy on screen for years (Sep 11): Belfast Telegraph

One in 10 pupils at 'Protestant schools' are Catholic: Irish News
Simon Doyle

Proposals to scrap Belfast's St Patrick's Day concert over health and safety concerns (Sep 12): Belfast Live
Sarah Scott

West Cork Protestants 'dread' Civil War centenary, bishop says (Sep 11): The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry and Barry Roche

Charlie Flanagan breaks his silence on 'dark chapter' in Garda history (Sep 10): Sunday Independent
Philip Ryan

Garda brand is tainted – it's time to start again (Sep 9): Irish Examiner
Daniel McConnell

This stretch of border shows why Brexit will be an enormous headache to manage – we went to talk to locals: TheJournal.ie
Daragh Brophy

Belfast needs Metropolitan Mayor to save it from 'catastrophic Brexit', says Needham (Aug 31): Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Good news for border counties with the end of EU roaming charges (Jun 13): Irish News

'Stay in customs union', Hogan tells May: Irish Independent
John Downing

Hogan's EU challenge to May simply adds to political intrigue: Irish Independent
John Downing

EU protects Ireland from UK domination (Jun 13): Irish Examiner
John Bruton

Tony Blair wanted Celtic and Rangers to join British league to help bridge cultural division of devolution (Sep 11): Scottish Daily Record

Once independence momentum is lost, it's fiendishly difficult to regain (Jun 12): The Herald
David Torrance

Divided Korea can learn from Northern Ireland's peace process: The Irish Times
David Mitchell and Dongjin Kim

Sunday, September 17

MLA pay 'not a stick' in Stormont negotiations, says Arlene Foster: Belfast Telegraph

Victims' commissioner warns over Stormont legacy issues delay: BBC

No return for Irish border, urges actress Joanna Lumley (Sep 11): Irish Independent
Michael McHugh

Sinn Féin demeans women and is 'power and money mad', ex-councillor claims: The Irish Times
Olivia Kelleher

Fianna Fáil 'will not enter coalition with cult-like Sinn Féin': The Irish Times
Sarah Bardon

Youth in Northern Ireland demand change to voting age: Belfast Live
Sarah Scott

Red Hand Commando link to Lisa Dorrian (Sep 15): Belfast Media
Evan Short

Do we not deserve to feel safe, Border resident asks: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

UUP defends Ards and North Down councillor commuting to London as part of job (Sep 15): Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Hundreds march in support of ex-soldier while counter demonstrations also take place: The News Letter

Man who spent 17 years in jail for IRA bombing he didn't carry out says he is 'haunted' by ordeal: Irish Mirror
Sylvia Pownall

Libya fought a proxy war against the UK via the IRA, yet the victims have been failed once again: The News Letter
Reg Empey

Gaddafi-backed terror victims let down again: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Only a British executioner would do for the gardai: The Sunday Times
Ian O'Donnell

Behind the masks' – New digital archive documents Northern Ireland's history: TheJournal.ie
Órla Ryan

Dalai Lama says blinded Troubles victim is his 'hero': The News Letter

Former UUP MLA – Why it's so tough to find a new job (Sep 6): The News Letter

Dole woes of Danny Kennedy are a poignant reminder that our politicians are only human (Sep 12): Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

Review – MAZE not the republican love-in you might think: Belfast Live
Shauna Corr

The cost of raising Belfast's profile just doesn't add up (Sep 14): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Cross-party Stormont support for local artist's project: Belfast Media
Conor McParland

This is what the PSNI is doing following Parsons Green tube bomb: Belfast Live
Sarah Scott

It's time for the National Ploughing Championships to come north: Agriland.ie
Richard Halleron

Call to give small Irish firms €2,000 to deal with post-Brexit customs (Sep 3): The News Letter

Soft drinks industry warns sugar tax will lead to Border smuggling (Sep 4): The Irish Times
Conor Pope

Concerns voiced over vital Brexit research after think tank funding dries up: Irish News
John Manley

Who needs cash for Brexit balloons over Irish border when we have so much Tory hot air?: Scottish Daily Record
John Niven

Poll – Scots' support for remaining in EU up since January: The Scotsman
Lynsey Bews

Watch as pro-British group are set upon at independence rally and have their Union flag nicked: Scottish Daily Record

Saturday, September 16

Westminster to intervene if no Northern Ireland deal agreed – Brokenshire: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Sinn Féin rejection of DUP olive branch on Irish language pure selfishness – Dodds: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Sinn Féin's Irish demands are an 'impossibility': The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

Stevenson's intervention is timely – TUV leader Allister: The News Letter

Assembly watchdog pessimistic about deal: Belfast Telegraph

Government must deliver on £1bn DUP promise, says Tory MP: BBC
Gareth Gordon

EU's Juncker tells of need to 'protect' the Belfast Agreement at Brexit talks: Belfast Telegraph
Stephen Rae

Ireland 'will block next phase of Brexit talks' over border: Irish Examiner
Fiachra Ó Cionnaith and Juno McEnroe

No sanctions for rule-breaking MLAs: BBC
Mark Devenport

Erection of apartheid era South Africa flag described as 'bizarre': Irish News
Connla Young

Probation Board staff 'warned of increased dissident threat': BBC

Anger at dissident threat to probation staff in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Brett Campbell

Man faces attempted murder charge over Larne attack: ITV

Mayor calls for Tony Taylor's immediate release: Derry Journal
Brendan McDaid

Man linked to David Black murder faces extradition hearing: Belfast Telegraph
John Cassidy

George Gilmore murder accused refused bail: Irish News

Judge handed references 'from both sides of community' for Orangeman John Aughey who drove into group at Belfast flashpoint: Belfast Telegraph
Ashleigh McDonald

DUP calls for 'fresh start' from government on Libya compensation: The News Letter

Government's snub to Libyan terror payout scheme 'one of worst injustices in UK history': Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney and Allan Preston

Jean McConville murder case prosecutors to proceed with action against veteran republican Ivor Bell: The News Letter
Michael McHugh

Jean McConville – Defence fight plan to continue Ivor Bell prosecution: Belfast Telegraph
John Cassidy

Protests over Army Troubles prosecutions: BBC

Police 'must hit deadline or forfeit IRA ambush case': The News Letter

Collusion talk to take place in Co Armagh: Irish News
Connla Young

Explosive film on a Northern Ireland massacre to debut at New York Film Festival: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Niall O'Dowd

Forget the daft marketing hype ... this red splat is the opposite of what makes Belfast so great: Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith

Irish police scandal – What next for Garda Síochána?: BBC
Shane Harrison

Durkan welcomes RTÉ apology over partitionist map used on 'The Late Late Show': Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

Exclusive audio – 'My European tax plans are not anti-Irish,' insists Juncker: Irish Independent
Stephen Rae

Cross-border shoppers cost State €300m in tax revenue: Irish Independent
Colm Kelpie

The first wave from Brexit – cross-Border shopping: The Irish Times

Linfield player Callum Brown set to become first in club's history to line out for a GAA All-Ireland final at Croke Park: Irish News
John Monaghan

Terrorist activity is at its highest level in England since the 1970s: iNews.co.uk
Nigel Morris



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