Irish gifts - sales benefit the Newshound

Northern Ireland Archive

This archive contains references to articles from September 1-15, 1999. If you find a link that is out of date please let us know by e-mailing the Newshound.


HOME

Wednesday, September 15

Patten and the rebuke for Mo: Belfast Telegraph

Patten's strident apologia: Electronic Telegraph (Editorial)

Patience 'wearing thin' over Drumcree - Orangemen: Belfast Telegraph

Real IRA will attack Britain ­ not ‘NIPS’: Irish News

RUC redundancy talks start: BBC

Loyalist terror leader is freed: Electronic Telegraph

Mowlam wavered over terrorist leader release: BBC

LOYALIST COMMANDER AND ICON WALKS FREE FROM THE MAZE INTO LIFE AS A MARKED MAN: The Independent

Villain cast as dubious hero: Irish News (Editorial)

Review will become more focused soon, says Mallon: The Irish Times

Trimble-Adams crisis talks plan: Irish News

Taylor sets ‘I’ll be all right’ unionist strategy: Irish News

Mr Trimble's Difficulties: The Irish Times (Editorial)

Sister's anguish over night the IRA 'beat up my little brother': The Times

Chastelain 'confident of success': BBC

Order under pressure to settle impasse: The Irish Times

Arms for KGB's 'Irish friends': The Times

UVF accused of being behind boys' murders: The Irish Times

Tuesday, September 14

Time to act: Irish Independent (Editorial)

Trimble's challenge: Belfast Telegraph (Editorial)

Taylor-made challenger for Trimble: Irish Independent

Why I joined the Patten Commision: Belfast Telegraph

Support is solid, Trimble insists: The Guardian

Trimble focus of UUP divisions: The Irish Times

Unionist denial must be confronted: The Irish Times

Unionists set up own RUC review: Electronic Telegraph

UDP warning on police reform: Irish News

Top surgeon says RUC must change for peace: Irish News

`RUTHLESS' LOYALIST GUNMAN GOES FREE: The Independent

Girl, 13, shot in Belfast sectarian attack: The Times

Monday, September 13

Donaldson seeks new deal: Belfast Telegraph

Rep. King's cautionary tale about Ireland: Boston Globe

The road to where?: Belfast Telegraph (Editorial)

South African tipped to head RUC reforms: Irish News

Shunning the 'peelers': An Ulster plan dismissed: Boston Globe

Hype and jerking knees fail to stir pot of protest: Irish News

Why civil rights report was naive and hasty: Belfast Telegraph

Extremist threat 'growing daily' says RUC chief: Electronic Telegraph

'Real IRA' is reorganising, say gardai: The Irish Times

Mitchell talks to resume: BBC

UUP PRESSES FOR END TO PEACE REVIEW: The Independent

Much support for pact fading Galvin: The Irish Times

Public response is polarised: The Irish Times

How four RUC men are facing up to the Patten challenge: The Irish Times

Sunday, September 12

Rebel IRA men 'planning huge attack near border': Electronic Telegraph

Dissident republicans now outnumber Provos: Sunday Independent

Unionist defends Good Friday review: BBC

Peace deal will be frozen if unionists ditch Trimble: The Sunday Times

Time for Catholics to join the police: The Sunday Times

Nothing is worth keeping if it means maiming and misery: Independent on Sunday

A brave blueprint for a new policing order: Sunday Independent

Blueprint for the evolution of policing: The Sunday Times

A new context for demilitarisation?: Sunday Business Post

No way to reward democracy's servants: The Sunday Times (by David Trimble)

Handing the mafiosi the keys of the city: Sunday Independent

RUC deserves the respect of all sides for its record of courage under fire: The Sunday Times

Nationalists Should Embrace Patten Report: by Niall O'Dowd (Ireland on Sunday)

Peace and Police in Ulster: Washington Post (Editorial)

Ulster must not say no: The Sunday Times (Editorial)

A good dose of common sense: Sunday Business Post (Editorial)

Adams constituency and Maze vie for site of new police college: The Sunday Times

Another job for Mr Fixit : Independent on Sunday

Shrill, hysterical Trimble? No, just pragmatic: The Observer

IRISH GOVERNMENT EXPRESSES CONCERN OVER MOLONEY: by Matt Cooper (Sunday Tribune)

And the bridegroom wore black: The Sunday Times

Ulster's master liar tries the truth: The Observer

Saturday, September 11

Adams insists RUC needs to be abolished: Belfast Telegraph

RUC chief will ignore the pain and do his duty: Electronic Telegraph

Adams hints at SF backing for Patten: Irish News

Flanagan fought a lonely battle: The Irish Times

Mothers angry at 'betrayal' of RUC's dead: The Guardian

Patten responds to Trimble's criticism: The Irish Times

Unionists row over defence of force: Irish News

Objections to Patten show how unionists saw RUC: The Irish Times

Report misses chance of fairness: Irish News

A Blueprint for Ulster's Police: New York Times (Editorial)

RUC reform is irresistible: Irish News (Editorial)

Unionist deputy pulls out of peace deal: The Guardian

George Mitchell should get a medal for valour: Irish News

Friday, September 10

Join police urges Faul: Belfast Telegraph

Remaking Ulster's police: Boston Globe (Editorial)

Another demoralising blow to the RUC: Irish Independent

Policing a divided society: Belfast Telegraph (Editorial)

An uncivilised report: Electronic Telegraph (Editorial)

The right way: Irish Independent (Editorial)

Patten charts best way for police service: Belfast Telegraph (by Mo Mowlam)

Panel Calls for Reforms Of N. Ireland's Police: Washington Post

Force with an uncertain future: Electronic Telegraph

Blair: RUC report 'the way forward': BBC

Specialist agency would look after recruitment: The Irish Times

Short shrift in the Falls Road: The Times

Politics dogs the brave new world: The Guardian

Loyalists say RUC is being punished: The Irish Times

Another step in process of appeasement of terrorists: Irish News

RUC ANGER AT `BETRAYAL' OF 302 DEAD OFFICERS: The Independent

Officers tempted by scale of planned payoffs: The Times

Call to repeal Rule 21 throws spotlight on GAA: The Irish Times

Changing a symbol does not dishonour the dead: The Times (by Chris Patten)

A triumph of pious hope over bitter experience: Irish News

WHY INFLICT POINTLESS WOUNDS ON ULSTER'S PROTESTANTS?: The Independent

A look at future policing in North: The Irish Times

A service not a force: The Guardian (Editorial)

A Visionary Report: The Irish Times (Editorial)

THE RUC MUST BE TRANSFORMED IF ULSTER IS TO PROGRESS: The Independent (Editorial)

Patten blueprint is only way ahead: Irish News (Editorial)

Journalist’s fight passes first hurdle: Irish News

Thursday, September 9

Trouble in store: by Gary Kent (Tribune)

Be prepared for a less than apocalyptic response: Irish Independent

N. Ireland unionists fear policing plans will seem an insult: Toronto Globe and Mail

The Patten report: Irish Independent (Editorial)

A blueprint for reform: Belfast Telegraph (Editorial)

GAA's crucial decision to repeal ban: Irish Independent

Ulster braced for Patten report fury: The Guardian

Mowlam set to hasten RUC reform: Electronic Telegraph

Thousands of officers face redundancy: The Times

THE RUC MUST SEE THIS REPORT AS AN OPPORTUNITY, NOT A DEFEAT: The Independent

RUC reform will not silence the critics: Electronic Telegraph

REFORMING THE RUC: ULSTER'S POLICE: A CENTURY AS UNIONISM'S ARMED WING: The Independent

Handing notes betray reporter and source trust: The Irish Times

Trouble in a woman running Northern Ireland: The Irish Times

Conflict over new talks on Drumcree: The Irish Times

Peace brings building boom: The Irish Times

Wednesday, September 8

Call expected for changes in Ulster police: Boston Globe

Foreign police chief to lead RUC reforms: The Times

Patton reforms: Belfast Telegraph (Editorial)

PATTEN'S POLICE: The Times (Editorial)

Feelings in the ranks: Belfast Telegraph

Oath 'could lead to RUC exodus by Protestants': The Times

Hague playing politics with the push for peace: Irish News

New Poll Gives Boost to Mitchell's Efforts to Revive N. Ireland Peace Process: Washington Post

Mitchell steps back from Ulster rift: Electronic Telegraph

Mitchell denies he is 'dispirited' over review: BBC

Unionist No camp leave no illusions: The Irish Times

Northern Ireland Sweeping reforms for RUC: BBC

Adams says Patten report must propose new policing: The Irish Times

Patten report's terms politically explosive: The Irish Times (by Robert McCartney)

RUC reform in interests of peace: The Irish Times

An unnecessary fuss over Moloney's notebook: The Irish Times

REALITY AND ILLUSION IN ULSTER: The Independent

An Irishman's Diary: The Irish Times

Dave keen to give North a chance if peace continues: The Examiner

Tuesday, September 7

The delicate betrayal of Dr Mowlam: The Times

Mitchell's patience can simply just run out: Irish Independent

An open letter to the RUC and the communities they serve: Irish News

Prisoners: How attitudes have hardened: Belfast Telegraph

Hume in pledge to remain as SDLP chief: Irish News

Mitchell Says Ulster Leaders Should Settle Feud: New York Times

Trimble says UUP still set to 'jump together' with SF: The Irish Times

Reluctant mediator ready to give peace a second chance: The Times

Mitchell goes boldly once more into Northern maze: The Irish Times

RUC report delays Mitchell peace review: The Guardian

Campaigns stepped up as RUC awaits Patten's report: Electronic Telegraph

Mothers harangue Stormont arrivals: The Times

Trimble 'backs inquiry call': The Irish Times

Monday, September 6

Decommission now say majority: Belfast Telegraph

Respect for each other could facilitate change: Irish News

Mowlam decision rocks UK's bipartisan stance: Irish Independent

The beginning of the end for unionist rule: Irish News

An Irish war: The Guardian

Mitchell Prepares Rescue Effort for Ulster Peace Settlement: New York Times

MITCHELL IN BID TO FIX ULSTER IMPASSE: The Independent

What the parties are likely to focus on: The Irish Times

RUC threat to resign over Sinn Fein role: The Times

The rewards and risks that await Catholic recruits: The Times

'Provo's priest' angered by IRA's terror beatings: Electronic Telegraph

Review must support what has been agreed: The Irish Times (by Gerry Adams)

The Undiscovered Plan B for Northern Ireland: New York Times

Not impossible: The Guardian (by Seamus Mallon)

Crucial ambiguities over the timing of a farewell to arms: The Times

The Senator Returns: The Irish Times (Editorial)

Army memo suggested Derry ringleaders be shot: The Irish Times

The right one for the Irish job: The Guardian

Threatened claim they are targets: The Irish Tmes

Sunday, September 5

Northern treadmill speeding up: Sunday Business Post

Future looks bleak as Mitchell gives North three weeks: Sunday Business Post

Ulster exit ploy urged on Blair: Electronic Telegraph

Sinn Fein joins peace review: BBC

Ervine refuses to give Mitchell pledge on peace: The Sunday Times

'Iron rule' will ensure Review participation, but not success: by Ed Moloney (Sunday Tribune)

Mo's corrupt doctrine of `internal housekeeping': Sunday Independent

Fianna Faul rams the morals back into Ireland's politics: The Sunday Times

Unholy Alliance Seeks to Undermine Agreement: by Niall O'Dowd (Ireland on Sunday)

COURTING TROUBLE: The Sunday Times

Stay calm... Patten won't lead to a Mafia state: The Observer (by Mo Mowlam)

Mowlam in a rush over Patten plan: The Sunday Times

Ulster turns a blind eye to this violent armed peace: Sunday Independent

McMichael's widow will advise police: The Sunday Times

A reporter says no: The Guardian (Editorial - Sep. 3)

Saturday, September 4

Cleverly retreating and shifting the goalposts: Irish News

The prize of peace: Belfast Telegraph (Editorial)

Failure would be a disaster: Irish News (Editorial)

Decision to take back guardsmen under fire: The Scotsman

Parties must take part in the Mitchell review: Irish News (by Mo Mowlam)

Decision day for parties: BBC

Mitchell travels hopefully to try and focus minds: The Irish Times

Trimble threat to quit if RUC plan goes ahead: Electronic Telegraph

Unionists reject talks with Sinn Fein: The Times

Adams to recommend participation in review: The Irish Times

Guns out, arms in: The Guardian

Dungannon: Choosing between two sets of hoods: Irish Independent

Paramilitaries living off the power of fear: The Irish Times

Ulster soldiers face dismissal over murders: The Guardian

Friday, September 3

Blair's peace panic: Electronic Telegraph (Editorial)

Belfast editor told to give up notes to police: Boston Globe

Rights group backs RUC over change: Irish News

Police probe chairman criticised: Belfast Telegraph

Flanagan in pledge to Larne Catholics: Irish News

Patten denies RUC leaks: BBC

Patten will not give councils their own police: The Irish Times

Waiting to carve out the new RUC: The Irish Times

Blair 'not worthy of his office': Electronic Telegraph

Mallon predicts UUP, SF will take part in review: The Irish Times

BLAIR'S BURDEN: The Times (Editorial)

Belfast journalist vows to defy court: The Times

TWO ULSTER FAMILIES ARE ORDERED OUT: The Independent

Mourners pay tribute to scourge of IRA: The Times

IRA to disclose new Disappeared details: BBC

MO MOWLAM: KEEPING FAITH WITH THE PEACE PROCESS: The Independent

Thursday, September 2

A collision course in Ulster: Boston Globe

Condemned: Irish Independent (Edtorial)

The 'lynch law' that haunts Catholics: Belfast Telegraph

Time for real politicians to regain centre stage: Irish Independent

Digs may resume for Disappeared: Belfast Telegraph

Patten claims are unhelpful: Irish News (Editorial)

Steven King: Belfast Telegraph

Mowlam attempts to revive flagging peace agreement: Electronic Telegraph

SF and UUP keep Mowlam guessing: The Irish Times

Labour dismay at Hague 'betrayal' cry: The Guardian

Hague 'undermining peace process': The Times

HISTORY SHOWS THAT A TORY LEADER PLAYS THE ORANGE CARD AT HIS PERIL: The Independent

Mitchell's return will shift the debate back to politics: The Irish Times

Trauma of Troubles 'untreated': Electronic Telelgraph

Facts withheld - CAJ: The Irish Times

Wednesday, September 1

Teetering in Ulster: Boston Globe (Editorial)

Review tactics: Belfast Telegraph (Editorial)

Sinn Fein alone can help the unionists: Irish News

We badly need a new word over differences: Belfast Telegraph

RUC’s ‘code of silence’must be ended: Irish News

Blair 'has betrayed Ulster': Electronic Telegraph

Ulster Unionists split on peace review: The Guardian

Flying towards failure: The Times

Soft on terror, soft on the causes of terror: Electronic Telegraph (by William Hague)

SF hopes Mitchell can get parties to 'jump together': The Irish Times

A political vacuum : The Guardian

New clue over IRA informer shooting: BBC

DUNGANNON ESTATE CELEBRATES THE IRA'S EXPULSIONS: The Independent

North victims criticise London: The Irish Times

Mothers can bury their sons at last: Electronic Telegraph


About
Home
History
NewsoftheIrish
Books
Bookstore
Newshound