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Saturday, September 29

Brexit will hit UK extraditions, warns Chief Justice: Irish Independent
Shane Phelan

Nigel Dodds warns EU's 'intransigence' could lead to no deal Brexit: The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

A tangled web along the Border is proving hard to negotiate: Impartial Reporter
Mark Conway

Brexit Punishment – Irish border being used to 'PUNISH UK for DARING to leave' says MP: Daily Express
Sorcha Bradley

MLA salaries to be cut in November: ITV

'Cinderella' bail for alleged dissident republican: Irish News

Republicans 'patrolling' city housing estate to seize fireworks: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Denis Donaldson – Family appeal for MI5 agent's diary: BBC
Vincent Kearney

Legacy Scandal – 'IRA has used the grace it was afforded by victims to accuse the state of a dirty war,' says Owen Polley: The News Letter
Owen Polley

Government must end the persecution of veterans: Daily Express
Editorial

Bloody Sunday – Compensation claims 'should be resolved in days': BBC

Time for Truth Campaign travel to Stormont: Belfast Media
Brónach Ní Thuama

Pub bombing families will NOT appeal ruling banning the naming of suspects: Birmingham Mail
Andy Richards

England has always used the Border for its own gain: The Irish Times
Diarmaid Ferriter

Sinn Féin TD Eoin Ó Broin 'absolutely believes Mairia Cahill was victim of abuse': Irish News
Aoife Moore

Media making too much of O'Neill remarks on Cahill – Sinn Féin TD: Irish Independent
Laura Larkin and Kevin Doyle

Sinn Féin MP slams SDLP leader over Arlene Foster RHI comments: Belfast Telegraph

SDLP leader Colum Eastwood says 'no offence' was intended after Sinn Féin MP Elisha McCallion slams him for 'questioning Martin McGuinness' integrity': Derry Now

UVF gun-running plaque criticised over wording: BBC

Jim Wells – DUP councillor should face discipline over Pride vote: The News Letter
Duncan Elder

RHI – DUP official says claim he delayed green scheme tariffs wrong: BBC
Jayne McCormack

RHI – I warned Bell not to let Foster's name be deleted from papers by Spads: Robinson: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

May must get on and reform abortion law in Northern Ireland, MP says: Belfast Telegraph

External oversight should be bedrock of accountability for Garda force: Irish Independent
Ivan Yates

UK-Ireland World Cup bid backed by Britain: The Times
Henry Zeffman

Ex-IRA man's novel adds to intrigue over Northern Bank heist: The Guardian
Rory Carroll

Church redress – Time to pay up: Irish Examiner
Editorial

I hope the British view Irish famine film Black 47 (Sep 24): Irish Mirror
Paddy Clancy

Ireland, worried about peace process, considers recognition of a Palestinian state: Washington Post
Adam Taylor

Young Rangers fan 'couldn't believe it' when Celtic star Jonny Hayes saved him from sick shop beating by bullies and sent him parcel of goodies in post (Sep 25): Scottish Sun
Ruth Warrander

Friday, September 28

No-deal Brexit could result in Northern Ireland blackouts, leaks reveal: The Guardian
Adam Vaughan and Nick Hopkins

DUP and Sinn Féin clash over reports no-deal Brexit could see electricity shortages in NI: Irish Examiner

No Brexit deal could ground flights from Ireland to United Kingdom, IAA chief warns: Irish Mirror
Cate McCurry

Syrian children who cross Irish border 'vulnerable to no-deal Brexit': Irish Examiner

More than 45 million vehicles crossing border between north and the Republic annually: Irish News
Bimpe Archer

Border parishes fear Brexit will lead to dark days of past warns Primate: Irish Catholic
Greg Daly

Boost for embattled May as DUP rejects 'vague' Canada-style Brexit plan backed by Eurosceptics as rival to her Chequers blueprint: Daily Mail
James Tapsfield

EU must consider Chequers border plan, Commons chief tells Northern Ireland business bosses: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

Ireland may see a political overhaul in European elections: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

Concerns grow over impact of a Brexit no deal: Irish News
Editorial

Bradley renews calls on politicians to get devolved institutions 'back up and running': ITV

Theresa May – 'Karen Bradley doing an excellent job': BBC
Mark Devenport

Gregory Campbell – 'Compensation system not fair to terror victims': The News Letter

Troubles' victims hold rally at Stormont: Irish News
Claire Simpson

Sectarian attack on Protestant schoolchildren 'appalling': The News Letter

'Utterly appalling' – Councillor slams hate attack on school bus in north Belfast: Belfast Telegraph

Saoradh members seize fireworks; promise Creggan patrols: Derry Journal

PSNI chief George Hamilton frustrated over pay rise delay: BBC
Vincent Kearney

Denis Donaldson's family dismayed over inquest delay: BBC

Birmingham pub bomb families slam inquest ruling not to name suspects: Belfast Telegraph
Cathy Gordon

Bloody Sunday compensation of £193,000 for man shot in face: Belfast Live
Alan Erwin

Cycle for Truth will visit grave of murdered priest: Belfast Media
Brónach Ní Thuama

DUP MP highlights Protestant 'exodus' at film screening: The News Letter

Colum Eastwood seeks clarification on 'who knew what and when' after claim Martin McGuinness aware of RHI abuse claims: Irish News
John Manley

Ní Riada believes Cahill abuse claims – raising more questions for O'Neill: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Rebel DUP man slams 'bigotry and intolerance' faced by LGBT people: The News Letter
Duncan Elder

Westminster abortion reform supported by political leaders: Irish News
Allison Morris

The unlikely allies in the struggle for abortion rights in Northern Ireland: New Statesman
Amanda Ferguson

Ex-IRA man O'Rawe pens Northern Bank heist novel: BBC

Belfast university to award honorary degree to Hillary Clinton: Irish Examiner
Denise O'Donoghue

The UK's approach to migration is Unionism in action: The National (Scotland)
Michael Fry

Thursday, September 27

Theresa May must agree a border solution or we are facing into a 'no deal' Brexit disaster: Belfast Telegraph
Alban Maginness

Stephen Pound – The DUP would love a rock solid hard border: The Irish Times
Vivienne Clarke

An act of folly by the Irish Government on a par with Mrs May's solo run: Irish Independent
Brendan Keenan

Corbyn victory in UK may not dig us out of the Brexit mire: Irish Independent
Richard Curran

A general election might be the only way out of this mess: The News Letter
Editorial

TD joins criticism of O'Neill over Cahill comments: Belfast Telegraph
Michelle Devane

Loyalist Gary Haggarty deserved life sentence for callous murders, court told: The Times
Alan Erwin

Equality goals needed for NI criminal justice system, report says: Belfast Telegraph

Gardai quiz dissident-linked trio after firearms seized: Herald.ie
Robin Schiller

Dirty protest dissident at Maghaberry Prison complained over no shower: The News Letter

Surveillance equipment found in van of murdered dissident republican, family claim: Irish Examiner

Man arrested on suspicion of hate crime after sectarian abuse shouted in front of children in the Fountain area of Derry last night: Derry Now

Legacy Scandal – 'Collusion is a meaningless term used to smear security force actions,' says Doug Beattie: The News Letter
Doug Beattie

Gardaí send 'substantial file' on Denis Donaldson murder to DPP: RTE

Ulster Unionist peer to address civil rights' commemoration: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Campaigners lose Appeal Court battle to name Birmingham pub bombings suspects: Birmingham Mail
Andy Richards

Time the so called Republican Movement apologised and compensated: Galway Advertiser

Sinn Féin rejects Arlene Foster's 'disgraceful' claim McGuinness knew of RHI 'burn to earn' incentive: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

RHI – 'Jonathan Bell told lies.. and he knows it,' DUP spin doctor tells cash-for-ash inquiry: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

A tenacious performance by Arlene Foster as she attempts to save career: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Commonwealth snub shows Ulster boxing long marred by anti-Protestantism: The News Letter
Jim Allister

The Derry girls building opposition against new Irish borders post-Brexit (Sep 26): The Independent
Ben Kelly

Belfast Mayor to make historic Seanad address: Belfast Media
Brónach Ní Thuama

Stop our language getting lost in digital translation (Sep 26): The Times
Darach Ó Séaghdha

DUP man breaks party lines but council votes against lighting up town hall for Pride: The News Letter
Niall Deeney

Nuala O'Loan to take part in Belfast faith conference (Sep 26): Irish News

'Stupid' Derry man sang Celtic songs in loyalist Fountain: Derry Journal

Don't write it off, English identity remains a potent political force: The Times
John Denham

Concerns raised as SDLP meets Israeli officials: Irish News
Connla Young

Hate-crime campaign 'erasing sectarianism': The Times
Daniel Sanderson

Wednesday, September 26

Taoiseach – Brexit deal can be done by November: Irish Independent
Michelle Devane and Michael McHugh

UK may struggle to ratify border deal, says taoiseach: The Times
Niamh Lyons

Irish to maintain UK rights after Brexit but no preferential treatment for EU citizens: Belfast Telegraph

Sir Jeffrey Donaldson – Dublin must respect us over Brexit border concerns: The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

Stormont deadlock has left no-deal Brexit laws up in the air: Belfast Telegraph

Brexit – 60% back special status for Northern Ireland in poll of 4,000 online Belfast Telegraph readers: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Brexit deal can be done by November, insists Taoiseach amid Macron threat: Irish Independent
Shona Murray

Sinn Féin hits out at the DUP's Jim Wells over Union flags: Irish News
Claire Simpson

Little we can do about general UK disinterest in Northern Ireland's affairs as storm of Brexit and Stormont looms (Sep 22): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Ian Paisley dinner saw council sponsor £1,500 table: The News Letter

Council officials 'didn't realise' Ian Paisley invite was for DUP fundraiser: Irish News
Claire Simpson

Alliance once aspired to bring people together but the party's new identity politics is fuelling division, not integration (Aug 31): The News Letter
Owen Polley

Dirty protest prisoner not offered shower before court, ombudsman told: Belfast Telegraph

SF refuses to reveal if McDonald believes abuse claim: Irish Independent
Cormac McQuinn

Parties back Cahill after O'Neill comments: Belfast Telegraph
Gillian Halliday

New owner keen to develop controversial Derry bonfire site: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Life after death – How families were changed forever by Troubles violence: Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

Legacy Scandal – 'There is an urgent need for an inquiry into paramilitary beatings of children,' says Liam Kennedy: The News Letter
Liam Kennedy

Man shot in the face on Bloody Sunday endured stigma of 'guilt by association', court told: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

RUC's Catholic recruitment problem not just down to IRA, NIO admitted (Aug 31): The News Letter
Sam McBride

Northern Ireland could become Singapore-style free port after Brexit, says business chief McKenzie: Belfast Telegraph

North won't be marooned by any Brexit border says GAA Communications chief Alan Milton: Irish News
Andy Watters

The threat to Northern Ireland's trade: TheDetail.tv
Paul Gosling

May referendum could allow northerners to vote for president of Ireland: Irish News
Claire Simpson

Lewis Crocker case – 'Protestants will be treated fairly' says leading boxing official: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Arlene Foster – Martin McGuinness knew of 'cash for ash' warnings: The Guardian
Rajeev Syal

RHI scandal shows DUP 'has no regard' for British taxpayers – claims UUP's Swann: Belfast Telegraph

RHI: Jonathan Bell 'would have gone rogue' – DUP Foster's 'great regret' she did not fire Minister: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Máirtín Ó Muilleoir's took credit for keeping RHI open while pledging to maximise approvals for scheme: Irish News

Derry Sinn Féin MLA disappointed at the lack of progress and new investment from the BBC to ensure equal access to Gaelic games for northern viewers: Derry Now

Paisley's exclusivist nationalism lives on in Trump and Brexit: The Irish Times
Daniel Geary

The fall and rise of Britishness and Englishness: The Times
Guy Goodwin

Australian republic – look to Ireland, says top academic: The Mandarin (Melbourne)
David Donaldson

Tuesday, September 25

May's plan to give Stormont a backstop veto enrages EU envoys: The Guardian
Daniel Boffey

Brexit no-deal legislation delayed by Stormont impasse: The News Letter
Michael McHugh

Karen Bradley US-bound to promote Northern Ireland: The News Letter
Rebecca Black

Boundary changes as Ireland gets two more MEPs: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

Northern Ireland at centre of Brexit conundrum: RTE
Tommie Gorman

Brexit – fears in Ireland that time is running out to solve Irish border impasse: Irish Examiner
Etain Tannam

An Irish Sea border would have a profound effect on the Union: The News Letter
Owen Polley

British are past masters at trying it on, except on Brexit it didn't work: Irish Examiner
Fergus Finlay

The tide is turning against DUP leader Arlene Foster: The Scotsman
Lesley Riddoch

Foster challenges British Government: Impartial Reporter

After claim people in Britain 'don't give a monkey's about Northern Ireland' – is it really a place apart?: Belfast Telegraph
Peter Shirlow

Republican voters uneasy over direction of party, says SF veteran McGlinchey: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Ian Paisley asked council to attend Ballymena event: BBC

Ian Paisley 'not going to act like a stuffed shirt' after taking punishment 'like a man': Belfast Telegraph

Public apathy gets Paisley off the hook: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Carl Frampton's bonfire criticism worthy of debate – Jamie Bryson: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Northern Ireland audience laughed at my film about a punishment shooting, says director (Sep 17): Belfast Telegraph
Leona O'Neill

Sheer brutality of paramilitary attacks: Irish News
Editorial

Punishment attacks a scourge on society: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

AOH leaders visit Ballymurphy Massacre scenes: Irish Echo
Brónach Ní Thuama

Bloody Sunday victims 'should get punishing damages for state lies': Londonderry Sentinel

Legacy Scandal – 'Conditional amnesty could break cycle of combatants glorifying their past', says ex republican: The News Letter
Padraig Yeates

TG4 documentary to tell story of Frank Stagg who died after 62-day hunger strike: Irish Examiner
Lynne Kelleher

Boxer – Because I'm Protestant I lost once-in-a-lifetime chance: The News Letter

Media sidelining Mairia Cahill only suits Sinn Féin's hidden agenda (Sep 23): Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

Jim Wells – I've been let down so badly by the DUP: Irish News
John Monaghan

Arlene Foster denies DUP tried to deflect from 'cash for ash' scandal: The Irish Times
Simon Carswell

A bruising week ahead for Arlene Foster and DUP: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Brexit – Drop in immigration to NI may cause 9% fall in GDP: The Irish Times
Colin Gleeson

Brexit threatens Trinity mission to be university 'for all Ireland' (Sep 24): Irish Independent
Katherine Donnelly

'The Irish border is the beach' – Irish comedian brilliantly corrects British politicians on the border issue: Irish Post
Ryan Price

Taoiseach hails Good Friday Agreement in UN speech: RTE
Brian O'Donovan

Derry MP supports the 'Peace in Kurdistan' movement (Sep 18): Derry Now

Labour official 'sorry' for anti-Catholic comment: BBC

The danger of 'criminal' flags and why I've changed my mind about the Union Jack: The Herald
Mark Smith

Monday, September 24

No-deal Brexit 'gift to those who want to return to violence' warns Shadow Northern Ireland Secretary: Belfast Telegraph

State 'won't be able to seal Border after Brexit' (Sep 23): Sunday Independent
Wayne O'Connor

Deadline for deal to avoid hard Border under threat: Irish Independent
Shona Murray

Stormont department under-prepared for Brexit, claims Ulster Unionist MLA: Belfast Telegraph

Britons make 'passport' top search on Irish site: Irish Independent
Eilish O'Regan

Backstop has not turned into a 'green or orange' issue – McEntee: RTE

Ghosts of the past haunt the UK's forgotten frontier: The Times
Sean O'Neill

Brexit – Economist calls for 'customs referendum' in Northern Ireland: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

A no-deal Brexit is the most likely outcome in March (Sep 23): Sunday Independent
Dan O'Brien

Fudge and waffle now off the menu as May stumbles into crisis: Irish Independent
Colm McCarthy

Salzburg – How a chronic misreading has brought Brexit to the brink (Sep 22): RTE
Tony Connelly

Theresa May facing stark Brexit choices: Irish News
Editorial

'Let's plan for the future together' – Mary Lou McDonald extends olive branch to unionists during Belfast speech: Belfast Telegraph
Gareth Cross

Mike Nesbitt – Key Stormont department under-staffed and under-prepared for Brexit: The News Letter

Will Labour run in Northern Ireland?: New Statesman
Patrick Maguire

Platform – Michelle O'Neill, Sinn Féin Vice President (Sep 9): Irish News
Michelle O'Neill

It's depressing for Sinn Féin, but Paisley's unionist rivals missed out by failing to engage electorate in petition of recall (Sep 21): Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

County Antrim – Teenager shot four times in paramilitary-style attack: BBC

'Brutal and barbaric' Ballymoney gun attack on teenager condemned: The News Letter
Duncan Elder

SAS veteran Chris Ryan says NI must stop looking back: BBC

Guildford pub bombs – Birmingham bomb ruling delays inquest (Sep 20): BBC
Tanya Gupta

Truth of the Para's Ballymurphy massacre is finally being told: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Cahir O'Doherty

Poignant words that highlight how victims have been forgotten (Sep 20): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

'Bomb was an attack on Walker's memory' (Sep 1): The News Letter

Mairia has not received a reply to McDonald email (Sep 23): Sunday Independent
Philip Ryan

Mairia Cahill, Mary Lou McDonald and Michelle O'Neill. Not much sisterhood (Sep 23): Sunday Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Former Sinn Féin MP Barry McElduff is running guided day tours (Sep 11): Irish Mirror
Shauna Corr

Life is anything but tweet in social media's vicious circle (Sep 22): Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Ireland a 'safe haven' for jihadists targeting UK and Europe: Irish Independent
Paul Williams

Same-sex marriage letter 'undermines respectful discourse' (Sep 19): The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

State and UK unite to keep the door open for students: Irish Independent
Katherine Donnelly

Catholic Church can build post-papal-visit legacy (Aug 28)fs: The Irish Times
Éamonn Fitzgibbon

Irish tricolour among flags that could be a criminal offence to fly in Scotland: Irish Mirror
Maurice Fitzmaurice

'Anti-Catholic insult' attacked: The Times
David McCann

Labour to block new Scottish independence vote: BBC

Sunday, September 23

DUP cannot have veto on Brexit border deal, says Ireland: The Guardian
Lisa O'Carroll

DUP deny row with Theresa May is halting Brexit progress – 'We want sensible exit' says Foster following widespread criticism: Belfast Telegraph
Gareth Cross

Theresa May ambushed by her own disastrous Brexit strategy: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

A remarkable display of unionism from Theresa May, despite great pressure on her to agree a border in the Irish Sea: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

'Dangerous fools' threaten peace process (Sep 17): Irish Echo
Anthony Neeson

Journalist's tweet that British 'don't give a monkey's' about Northern Ireland riles MEP Nicholson: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

Home truths for NI Secretary of State Karen Bradley: BBC
Mark Simpson

Linda Ervine – Stormont should not have stopped for Irish Act: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Hounding of Ulster veterans is a 'breach of human rights': Daily Express
John Ingham

Victims to start legal battle for damages over Bloody Sunday: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

It is wrong to say there is a legacy scandal, but even more so to say the Stormont House structures are unfair (Sep 6): The News Letter
Stephen Farry

Anne Graham's story encapsulates legacy imbalance scandal: The News Letter
Editorial

Shankill and Falls coming together for interface gate party: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

By coming together to read, we can change lives for the better: Belfast Telegraph
James Kerr

Gardai probing if Cork housing estate shooting is linked to murder of former IRA boss Aidan 'The Beast' O'Driscoll: Irish Mirror
Niall O'Connor

Protestant confidence in PPS takes a slight drop (Sep 11): The News Letter

PSNI stations 'to be defended by one unarmed guard' (Sep 22): The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Brexit – Border firms on edge over roaming charges uncertainty (Sep 19): BBC
Eimear Flanagan

Brexit – Get an Irish passport Northern Ireland company tells staff (Sep 21): Belfast Telegraph

'Derry Girls Against Borders' take campaign to London to call for no hard border in Brexit deal (Sep 20): Derry Now

Border communities increase savings to prepare for Brexit (Sep 10): The Irish Times
Barry O'Halloran

Michelle O'Neill – 'Not for me to say that I believe Mairia Cahill': Belfast Telegraph
David Young

Tributes to Belgian priest who helped children during Troubles: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Hume film reminds us of risks taken by Americans during early Troubles (Sep 22): The Irish Times
Suzanne Lynch

How can my children have a future in Northern Ireland? (Sep 11): Irish News
Leona O'Neill

Carl Frampton – 'I've always enjoyed the Twelfth, but burning effigies, photos and tricolours on bonfires doesn't do the Protestant community any good': Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

British and Irish World Cup bid is realistic: The Sunday Times
Paul Rowan

Liberal-minded Presbyterians must fight to save the Church from itself: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

UK faces darker hours before Brexit agreement is reached: The Observer
Daniel Boffey

Britain Stumbles Toward Disunion: New York Times
Editorial

Saturday, September 22

Nobel winner Mairead Maguire in alternative Northern Ireland talks proposal: Belfast Telegraph
Steven Alexander

People are sleep walking into a Northern Ireland governed by apologists for terror and murder, says sister of Edgar Graham: The News Letter
Anne Graham

Sinn Féin to take seats on reconstituted Policing Board: BBC
Mark Devenport

EU doesn't respect Northern Ireland will remain part of UK after Brexit – Theresa May: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Defiant PM 'reassures' unionists: The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

Irish government presses May for fresh border proposals: The Guardian
Lisa O'Carroll

Varadkar – 'Nobody in the EU or Ireland is to blame for Brexit': The Irish Times
Harry McGee

Leo Varadkar says Brexit talks entering 'rocky patch' but believes 'we can have a deal': The News Letter
John Gillespie

Foster backs May and slams EU as 'disrespectful, intransigent and disgraceful' over Brexit: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Edwards

May statement 'nothing but tired rhetoric', says McDonald: Irish Examiner

For Northern Ireland's young, a people's vote on Brexit is a must: The Guardian
Doire Finn

Bitter row with the DUP left Theresa May unable to make any progress during Brexit talks with EU leaders: The Sun
Tom Newton Dunn

Irish Government welcomes substance, if not the tone, of Theresa May's statement: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

What happens if no Brexit deal is agreed?: Irish News
Claire Simpson

Don't buy the Brexit hype – it's a border in the Irish Sea or the customs union: The Guardian
Jonathan Lis

The Irish border was always going to be a sticking point in Brexit talks: The Spectator
Matthew O'Toole

Brexit slanging match a worrying development: Irish News
Editorial

Irish Times view on the Brexit talks – a precarious stand-off: The Irish Times
Editorial

Theresa May's bizarre speech leaves the United Kingdom on the verge of a no-deal Brexit: New Statesman
Stephen Bush

Prospect of by-election hardly enhanced by the petition's interesting rules and preposterous levels of secrecy: Belfast Telegraph
Jon Tonge

Graffiti referring to UDA boss Dee Coleman appears in Lower Shankill: Irish News
Allison Morris

Police treating Newtownabbey assault as 'hate crime': The News Letter

Trial of loyalist Winston Rea has been postponed to allow him to undergo a series of medical tests: Irish News

Protestants 'locked up to show balance': The Times
Alan Erwin

Twenty Protestant men taking action over their internment: The News Letter

Victims of Bloody Sunday commence legal battle for damages: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Legacy Scandal – 'We can be hounded because we held records and terrorists didn't,' says ex guardsman: The News Letter

Pub bombs campaigners on Thames trip past Parliament: Birmingham Mail
Julie Hambleton

Northern Ireland legacy proposals run risk of disappointing victims of the Troubles: Belfast Telegraph
Tom Hadden

Sinn Féin urges people to trace route of October 5 civil rights march in demonstration for equality: Derry Journal

PSNI 'pay is a victim of political paralysis', according to Police Federation: ITV

The threat to Northern Ireland's trade: TheDetail.tv
Paul Gosling

BBC defend coverage of GAA after SF criticism: The News Letter

The blasphemy referendum will take place next month: Irish Independent
Aoife Moore

Proposed blasphemy referendum 'hypocritical', says Rónán Mullen: Irish Examiner
Daniel McConnell

We fear abortion up to term on horizon for NI: The News Letter
Liam Gibson

Taking the hump over Trump (Sep 16): Sunday Independent
Brendan O'Connor

Sinn Féin official – 'Israel is an apartheid state': Jerusalem Post
Hagay Hacohen

Friday, September 21

Ireland calls for UK to give way on Brexit backstop dispute: Financial Times
Arthur Beesley

EU leaders to hold extra Brexit summit in November – sources: Irish Independent
Laura Larkin

Brexit – No border in Irish Sea – Jeremy Corbyn: BBC
Stephen Walker

Brexit is a 'lose, lose, lose' damage limitation exercise, says Coveney: The Irish Times
Eoin Burke-Kennedy

We're losing 'big ally' on tax but new alliances are being made – Coveney: Irish Independent
Cormac McQuinn

Bertie Ahern – Ireland can't allow British to 'push and shove' into future relationship without border arrangement: Irish Examiner

Irish status in UK "is assured" after Brexit: Irish World
Colin Gannon

What Ireland? Merkel reveals real reason May's Brexit deal has been CONDEMNED by Brussels: Daily Express
Alice Scarsi

Why Theresa May's plan to bypass Barnier was doomed: The Irish Times
Bobby McDonagh

DUP man claims move to light up Ards town hall for Pride 'an Alliance stunt': Belfast Telegraph
Brett Campbell and Mark Bain

Critical time for unionists amid talk of regulatory border: The News Letter
Editorial

What a repartitioned Northern Ireland might look like if Unionists refuse a united Ireland: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Michael Bearra

Troubles victims' families bid for support in quest for justice: Belfast Telegraph
Cate McCurry

'Voters like me' says Ian Paisley after recall petition over luxury holiday freebies and breaking MPs' rules: Belfast Telegraph

DUP lifts Ian Paisley suspension after 57-day ban: The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

Sinn Féin presses DUP on decision to readmit Ian Paisley: Irish Examiner

Ballymena split over Ian Paisley recall petition failure: The News Letter
Rebecca Black

Ian Paisley adds recall petition to Twitter biography – Sinn Féin blames Electoral Office for result: Belfast Telegraph

Ian Paisley by-election recall process cost £188,000: The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

Apathy rather than divine intervention ensures Ian Paisley survives: Irish News
John Manley

Ian Paisley Jnr surviving his recall petition shows how hopeless Northern Ireland politics has become: The Independent
Michael Hugh Walker

Recall result does not diminish gravity of Ian Paisley's misconduct: Irish News
Editorial

Paisley survives dismissal vote – A good process worth copying: Irish Examiner
Editorial

UVF blamed for Larne sledgehammer attack: Irish News
Connla Young

Paul McCauley barbecue killing – Second man pleads guilty to involvement: The News Letter

Dee Coleman given three years for membership of the UDA: Belfast Live
Ashleigh Mcdonald

Fuel fraud profits is cash that could be spent on public needs: The News Letter
Editorial

Legacy Scandal – 'My East End community never recovered from the Docklands bomb that killed my brother', says Ishan Bashir: The News Letter
Ishan Bashir

Derry woman whose husband was murdered in IRA bomb says she will 'never forgive' his killers: Derry Now

McCartney and Hay flag divisions over past: Derry Journal

Veterans of Northern Ireland face trial for decades-old crimes: The Economist

Either we stick with the status quo, or amend this legacy plan: The News Letter
Norman Hamilton

'IRA probe into abuse stopped victims getting justice': Irish Independent
Philip Ryan

Google corrects 'Free Londonderry Corner' on map after complaints: Belfast Telegraph
Leona O'Neill

Mary Lou wants to be a modern leader but is hobbled by the past: Irish Examiner
Alison O'Connor

Westminster to examine NI's abortion laws: The News Letter

40% of farmers think Brexit makes united Ireland more likely, Sinn Féin say it is 'inevitable' (Sep 18): Irish Examiner
Noel Baker

Removing blasphemy from Constitution will confirm Ireland as 'modern State' (Sep 18): The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

Perhaps it was too soon for Pope Francis to visit Ireland: Irish Catholic
Michael Kelly

Sinn Féin calls on FAI to boycott Ireland's U21 qualifier against Israel: Belfast Telegraph

Thursday, September 20

UK plans for trade and Irish border need to be reworked, says Tusk: The Guardian
Dan Sabbagh

Unacceptable – Michel Barnier CONDEMNED by DUP over Irish Brexit border plot: Daily Express
Paul Offord

Theresa May to accept checks between Northern Ireland and Great Britain in major concession to avoid Brexit no-deal: The Independent
Jon Stone

Theresa May – Border in Irish Sea is not acceptable: The Irish Times
Patrick Smyth and Pat Leahy

Varadkar ramps up pressure on British PM: Irish Independent
Laura Larkin

Sammy Wilson – EU's latest Brexit backstop proposals 'a pig in a poke': The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

Jim Nicholson – NI not bargaining chip for Brexit deal: The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

Coveney denies he's being naive in rejecting idea EU will want higher taxes in return for support: Irish Independent
Laura Larkin

Brexit and the Irish border question explained: The Guardian
Lisa O'Carroll

Ireland will still have allies, but none of the stature of UK: Irish Independent
John Downing

Brexit doesn't affect British extraditions, rules court: The Times
Seán McCárthaigh

United Ireland after Brexit – do the sums add up?: The Irish Times
Cliff Taylor

Unionism in chaos when the country needs a leader: The Times
Alex Kane

Sinn Féin MP Molloy slams revised Westminster election map 'gerrymander': Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Naomi Long 'sorry' for any hurt caused by Jamie Bryson speech impediment ridicule: The News Letter

Ian Paisley retains North Antrim seat as petition of recall falls short by 444 signatures: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Handling of Ian Paisley recall petition 'bizarre', Sinn Féin's Philip McGuigan claims: Irish News
Claire Simpson

TUV, UUP and Alliance assisted MP Paisley in retaining seat: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Fuel laundering plant dismantled by HMRC: The News Letter

Man sentenced to life for sectarian murder of Paul McCauley: Derry Journal

Man jailed for life over loyalist attack on Catholic civil servant: Londonderry Sentinel

UUP criticises plan to replace dual-language signs after just few months as waste of cash: Belfast Telegraph
Victoria Leonard

Next stop, an electronic solution to language issue: The Irish Times
Newton Emerson

Victims of The Troubles call for support over '32-county matter': Irish Examiner

Names of those who died during the Troubles to be read aloud at cross-community event: Irish News
Suzanne McGonagle

Garda informer concerns 'won't be addressed by Dublin legacy proposals': The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Legacy Scandal – 'I have never recovered from the loss of my poor Dad in the IRA Harrods bomb': The News Letter
Susanna Dodd

DUP to air 'balanced and accurate' civil rights documentary: The News Letter

DUP is 'scratching around in the dirt', says SDLP ahead of planned Civil Rights response event: Belfast Telegraph
Michael Sheils McNamee

Martin says McDonald 'not credible' on Cahill abuse claims: Irish Independent
Philip Ryan and Cormac McQuinn

Brave Mairia Cahill has every right to reject empty apology from the Sinn Féin leadership: Belfast Telegraph
Alban Maginness

Derry campaign group takes Brexit border message to Dublin: Irish Examiner

Alliance councillor 'pot kettle black' over Jonathan Bell pub claims criticism: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

DUP man defies party to back gay Pride event: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Bain

RHI – DUP's Arlene Foster and three ex-Spads to attend inquiry: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Discussions to start soon on transfer of Catholic schools transfer: Irish Independent
Kim Bielenberg

Pope's Phoenix Park Mass less than third full: The Times
Ken Foxe

Report has got it wrong on the future governance of the Garda: The Irish Times
Denis Bradley

World Cup 2030 – Football Association of Ireland enter joint bid discussions: BBC

Why independence and Brexit are not the same: The Scotsman
Brian Monteith

Wednesday, September 19

Michel Barnier rebuffs UK calls for flexibility on Irish border: The Guardian
Jennifer Rankin and Pippa Crerar

EU is ready to make new offer on the Irish border, says Barnier: Irish Examiner

Concern as EU leaders expected to extend time for Brexit talks: The Irish Times
Patrick Smyth

EU support for Ireland's Brexit position 'absolutely guaranteed', says Varadkar: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

Hundreds of customs officials to be hired weeks before Brexit: The Times
Jennifer Bray

Brexit – Low skill NI immigration regime rejected: BBC
Mark Devenport

Good, bad or ugly – Five ways Brexit could affect Republic-Northern Ireland Border: Irish Independent

Deal or no deal? The countdown to Brexit starts here: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

Irexit would only lead to a return of British dominance: The Times
Jason Walsh

'Price of support on Brexit will be our tax regime': Irish Independent
Laura Larkin and Philip Ryan

A demolition of the Irish border backstop by Boris Johnson: The News Letter
Editorial

Irish unity is also an economic issue: The Times
Tom McEnaney

Northern Ireland's top civil servant calls for Stormont return: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

The McGuinness Principles reaffirmed in New York: Irish Echo
Gerry Adams

DUP's Ian Paisley will find out this week if he faces battle for seat: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Michael Gove apologised for attending Paisley dinner, claims councillor (Sep 14): Belfast Telegraph

Orange Hall petrol bomb attack a 'hate crime': Irish News
Claire Simpson

Forensic tests on fake rifle 'pointed at Orange parade': The News Letter

DUP councillor apologises over 'IRA mouthpiece' tweet: BBC

Alliance leader Long 'accidentally' liked Tweet mocking Jamie Bryson: Belfast Telegraph

Brother of Kingsmill victim welcomes new Irish law to help inquest: The News Letter
Rebecca Black

DUP calls on Sinn Féin leadership to clarify stance on prosecutions linked to Disappeared: Belfast Telegraph

Fresh hope in Disappeared search for Columba McVeigh: Irish News
Editorial

No legacy contact from Dublin to widow of Garda murdered by IRA: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Legacy Scandal – 'Useful idiots have let the IRA put the UK state on the defensive over the past,' says James Dingley (Sep 14): The News Letter
James Dingley

McDonald says Sinn Féin did not cover up alleged abuse: RTE
Martina Fitzgerald

McDonald trying to 'unpick' the Ombudsman's report on rape investigation – Cahill: Irish Independent
Philip Ryan

Good Relations Week celebrates the peace builders: Belfast Live

Last night audience in Belfast too polite to complain about lack of Rule Britannia and BBC takes this as acquiescence (Sep 15): The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Jolene Bunting – Belfast councillor suspended: BBC
Jayne McCormack

Belfast councillor Jolene Bunting vows court fight over 'absolute joke' suspension: The News Letter
Duncan Elder

McCartney slams 'historic neglect' but BBC says it's 'committed' to GAA coverage (Sep 16): Derry Journal

New course looks at Civil Rights movement and early Troubles (Sep 4): The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Irish culture body's film aims to change perceptions of loyalist bands: Belfast Telegraph
Leona O'Neill

Shot By My Neighbour review – a bold investigation into bloody punishment in Northern Ireland: The Guardian
Lucy Mangan

Fresh danger lurks in legacy of paramilitary-style justice (Sep 16): Irish Independent
Shona Murray

Garda should refocus on community policing, reform report says: The Irish Times
Conor Lally

Referendum on removing offence of blasphemy from Irish constitution set to be held on October 26: Irish Mirror
Brynmor Pattison

Celtic fans charged over hanging Rangers effigies off the hook as case collapses: Scottish Daily Record
Ashlie McAnally

Paisley pub punished after complaints over pro-IRA songs: The Gazette

Tuesday, September 18

EU officials 'have been redrafting Irish backstop': RTE
Tony Connelly

Brexit Breakthrough – Brussels on the brink of a climb down over Irish border row: Daily Express
Macer Hall

Tánaiste to discuss border backstop talks with Barnier: RTE

Post-Brexit trade checks must not be on Border – EPP chief: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

Brussels nearing impasse with May over Irish border proposal: The Guardian
Daniel Boffey

Britain will not accept Brexit deal with Irish Sea border, Raab says: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton and Pat Leahy

Sinn Féin leader Mary Lou McDonald says Brexit has made a united Ireland a 'more imminent reality' as Tories show 'utter indifference': Irish Mirror
Trevor Quinn

Dominic Raab – Northern Ireland problem needs flexible approach: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

The DUP's only MEP, Diane Dodds, has attacked Michel Barnier's Irish border solution as it would 'cut adrift' Northern Ireland: The Sun
Nick Gutteridge

Head of North's civil service warns of no-deal Brexit consequences: The Irish Times
Patrick Smyth

Boris Johnson 'utterly vacuous' in his politics – SDLP's Hanna: Belfast Telegraph
Micheal Sheils McNamee

Must Brexit backstop be compromised to move forward?: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

The risk of a sudden Irish Sea border is rising as Brexit 'no deal' nears (Sep 15): The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Why Ireland is biggest stumbling block in reaching a Brexit deal: The Guardian
Jennifer Rankin

Hard, soft, in-between ... no-one knows what the border will look like: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Are prospects for Brexit backstop deal as promising as London suggests?: The Irish Times
Patrick Smyth

Until Northern Ireland's silenced centre can talk about what sort of future they want, a border poll will remain ultimate polarising catastrophe: Belfast Telegraph
John Wilson Foster

Backstop must remain in place as Brexit talks intensify: Irish News
Editorial

Beefed-up powers for NI civil servants 'must not undermine impartiality': Irish Examiner

New NI parliamentary constituency plans redraw the map: BBC
Nicholas Whyte

Police pledge 'increased visibility' after Narrow Water memorial attack: The News Letter

Cliftonville vows to ban supporters if found guilty of Narrow Water memorial desecration: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Edwards

Permanent Narrow Water memorial being considered: The News Letter

Loyalist flute band 'played famine song outside Catholic church' in Lisburn: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Columba McVeigh – Remote Bragan Bog across border from Monaghan turned into hive of activity as search continues for 'Disappeared' IRA victim: Irish Mirror
Rebecca Black

Columba McVeigh – fresh search for remains of IRA victim: The Guardian
Rory Carroll

Garda's son has no faith in Dublin's pledges on legacy: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Legacy Scandal – 'As innocent victims know, proposals for the past are irredeemably flawed,' says Jim Allister: The News Letter
Jim Allister

SDLP's Catney condemns Britain First protest outside constituency Lisburn office: Belfast Telegraph

Irish language 'ghettoised' as Glider service reverts to English signs only in east Belfast: Irish News

DUP sweating over Stephen Nolan's secret RHI tapes: The Sunday Life
Jane Fletcher and Leona O'Neill

Sinn Féin colluded over RHI while pretending that its hands were clean: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

A scandal too many for the DUP (Sep 17): Irish News
Editorial

Sinn Féin Irish presidency candidate 'completely unsuitable': The News Letter

No Hiding Place: The Times
Editorial

Prevailing anger while Pope was in Ireland 'unlike any papal visit': The Times
Kaya Burgess

Independence 'eight times more damaging than Brexit', unionists say: The Scotsman
Paris Gourtsoyannis

'Indifferent' Brexiteers will pick apart the Union, Nick Clegg predicts: The Scotsman
Paris Gourtsoyannis

Belfast human rights lawyer to attend terrorism victims event: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

'Women's participation in peace talks crucial': Cyprus Mail

Monday, September 17

Barnier eyes Irish border plan to unlock Brexit talks: Financial Times
Arthur Beesley and George Parker

Coveney tells May to deliver on Border commitments as she clings to Chequers deal: Irish Independent
Laura Larkin

Boost for May as EU backs Irish border plan: The Times
Bruno Waterfield

Europe bid 'to annex the North with Irish backstop' – Johnson: Irish Independent
Gordon Rayner

Irish government says rules allowing UK motorists to travel into Republic would remain unchanged after no-deal Brexit: Irish News
Suzanne McGonagle

Historical nonsense underpins UK's Brexit floundering: The Irish Times
Christopher Kissane

New Backstop, No Drama: The Times
Editorial

A compromise solution to the Irish border conundrum is in sight: Financial Times
Editorial

Does Northern Ireland even have a real political future?: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Kennedy

Talk of a united Ireland is rife. But is it a fantasy? (Sep 16): The Observer
Rory Carroll

Court ruling prompts call for fresh DUP 'dark money' probe: Irish News
John Manley

Councillor 'saw Narrow Water memorial vandals kick wreaths around like a football': Belfast Telegraph

Police investigating Narrow Water memorial vandalism seize bus: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice and David Young

Disgraceful attack on Narrow Water memorial: Irish News
Editorial

Honouring the dead – Remember to recall, prevent: Irish Examiner
Editorial

'Offensive and sectarian' Glengormley grafitti condemned: Irish News

Police officer's notebook lost in latest PSNI data breach: Irish News
Allison Morris

Bomb alert at Sinn Féin MLA's office – second alert ongoing in Belfast: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Sinn Féin urged to change route of October 5 march: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

New search for 'disappeared' IRA victim Columba McVeigh: The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

Legacy Scandal – 'The whole plan to deal with the past should be scrapped, not just the definition of a victim,' says UUP leader: The News Letter

'It was awkward not to' – why the Queen shook hand of ex-IRA chief Martin McGuinness: The Times
Valentine Low

Mairia Cahill wants Mary Lou to apologise for SF's 'flogging' (Sep 16): Sunday Independent
Maeve Sheehan

The Irish Times view on Máiría Cahill – Taking responsibility: The Irish Times
Editorial

Sisters 'regret' going to police with sex abuse complaint: Irish News
Allison Morris

Bi-lingual Glider signs to change to English-only mid-way through route: Belfast Telegraph
Christopher Woodhouse

A "peaceaholic" and haunted soul, Padraig O'Malley is the subject of "Peacemaker" (Aug 26): Salon.com
Tom Roston

DUP MP takes up fight on behalf of Province's boxers (Sep 14): The News Letter

Limerick ex-mayor opposes Great War memorial plan in city: Irish Examiner
Jimmy Woulfe

Ní Riada not fit for Áras, says son of IRA victim: Irish Independent
Gillian Halliday and Laura Larkin

President Michael D Higgins heading for landslide re-election, poll shows: Irish Examiner

Orphaned daughter of composer has had a remarkable rise in Sinn Féin: Irish Independent

Why take the presidential race seriously if FG and FF don't? (Sep 16): Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

Supermarket prices to soar if the UK leaves the EU with no deal: Irish Independent
Anne-Marie Walsh

Sunday, September 16

Brexit – Irish government willing to soften backstop language to avoid hard border: Belfast Telegraph
Shona Murray

Brexit – EU squashes hopes of Ireland breakthrough in Salzburg: The Sunday Times
Andrew Byrne

Brexit – Peace threat claims reckless, says Ulster Unionist Empey: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

The Government must accept the Irish border is no barrier to a proper Brexit (Sep 13): Daily Telegraph
Owen Paterson

The kind of unity Ireland needs isn't about territory – it is about people: The Observer
Fintan O'Toole

'Civil rights should matter to both sides of our community': The News Letter
Joanne Savage

Desecration of wreaths at site of IRA murder of 18 soldiers being treated as hate crime: Sunday Independent
David Young

Cliftonville FC condemns attack on soldier's memorial: Belfast Live
Ciara Colhoun

Internal probe finds no evidence of PSNI breach after 'leak of data' to loyalists: Belfast Telegraph

Five face trial over loyalist feud killing of Colin Horner: Belfast Telegraph
Ashleigh McDonald

Ex-Army chief under attack over 'massacre': Daily Express
James Murray

SF's paper says IRA 'stood their ground' in Ballymurphy Massacre: The News Letter

Ex-bomber tells film how Pope's visit in 1979 was a watershed for many prisoners: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Westminster must find money to fund legacy inquests and end decades-long anguish of Troubles victims' relatives: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

DUP loyalty plea claim 'is nonsense on stilts': Belfast Telegraph
Gareth Cross

RHI inquiry 'doesn't reflect well on DUP' – Paul Frew: BBC

'No malice' in deleting term from RHI paper, says ex-DUP Spad Crawford: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Special advisers feel the heat of the inquiry – but nothing will change: The Sunday Times
Newton Emerson

Bangor Castle to host RUC Troubles' drama: The News Letter
Graeme Cousins

Liadh Ni Riada will contest presidential election as Sinn Féin candidate: Sunday Independent
Laura Larkin

Profile – Liadh Ní Riada's rapid ascent: The Irish Times
Fiach Kelly

Brexit millions not spent on intended purpose (Sep 14): Belfast Telegraph

Brexit – vote to make abortion legal in Northern Ireland will give Theresa May a DUP headache: The Sunday Times
Caroline Wheeler

Cahill – social services knew of my abuse but didn't act: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

Hands off our taxes! Irish MEP lashes out at Juncker – 'This MUST be blocked': Daily Express
Carly Read

The Irexit bandwagon has started: Mayo News
Liamy MacNally

No puppy farming ban in Northern Ireland due to Stormont stalemate (Sep 6): Impartial Reporter
Jessica Campbell

Time for a new Irish Catholic Church to emerge after the Pope's visit: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Tim Pat Coogan

Trump's diplomatic chaos – Visiting Ireland? A new ambassador?: The Irish Times
Suzanne Lynch

Confusion over Trump's visit to the Republic is no shock (Sep 12): Belfast Telegraph
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