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I 1 DECEMBER 1988

I 1 DECEMBER 1988

December 11, 1988 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
POLITICS by JJ O'Molloy

POLITICS by JJ O'Molloy

few months. Indeed, on the evidence of recent opinion polls, the Labour leader's stock is higher than at any time since he took over from Michael O'Leary in 1982. And some of his closest associates allow that his tough new stance on Northern Ireland and the Anglo-Irish process i
December 11, 1988 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A Hero's Welcome At The UN: Armenia Devastated By Earthquake

A Hero's Welcome At The UN: Armenia Devastated By Earthquake

Radio Moscow said housing built in the past 15 years had suffered particular damage. "This speaks of the poor quality of building in the earthquake-prone area," the report said. Soviet newspapers have also said inadequate road and communications networks have hampered relief eff
December 11, 1988 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
an olive branch

an olive branch

The nationalities question is one of the most urgent headaches facing Gorbachev as he tries to keep up the momentum on the foreign front as well as domestically. The failure to turn round the economy is perhaps his most fundamental problem, although it captures less immediate at
December 11, 1988 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Farewell to the cloth cap EUGENE McGEE

Farewell to the cloth cap EUGENE McGEE

THE GAA finally bid farewell to the clothcap and the overcoat over the shoulder image yesterday. When Central Council sanctioned the proposal for the rebuilding of the Cusack Stand in Croke Park at a cost in the region of £lO million they moved the GAA into the realms of big bus
December 11, 1988 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RECORD THAT YEAR 2 3 Unpl Mounts 119 103 423 842 153 126 522 996

RECORD THAT YEAR 2 3 Unpl Mounts 119 103 423 842 153 126 522 996

and he has ridden no winner? What then? He spreads his arms wide. "When I come home after the longest and hardest day I look at this and I say it is worth every last effort I have made." "This" is Musk Hill Farm. Home of Pat and Carolyn Eddery and their two daughters. One hundre
December 11, 1988 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ULSTER RUGBY DIGITAL SENIOR LEAGUE

ULSTER RUGBY DIGITAL SENIOR LEAGUE

SECTION 1 At Hamilton Park: Ards 12 (G Callow. 4 pens). Malone 16 (S Cowan try, S Hooks try, 1 Brown pen, dr gl, con►. At Belmont: CIYMS 3 (G Wallace pen), Bangor 6 (R Elliott 2 pens). At Ormeau: North 12 (I Warke pen, R Hunter pen 2 dr gls), Instosius 7 (M Pteken try, P Russell
December 11, 1988 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Norwich survive

Norwich survive

an Arsenal firing
December 11, 1988 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SIMOD CUP First Round Middlesbrough Oldham

SIMOD CUP First Round Middlesbrough Oldham

Rollos ( hesler Baud (its Fulham Preston II eddersfield Burs Port %ak - Sheffield 1 id Exeter Bristol Roiers Sllanwa SHERPA VA'S TROPHY Preliminary Ronan Northern Section Scarborongh Darlington Southern Section Reading heed (IwOrrfield olterhampion SCOTTISH LEAGUE Division Two I
December 11, 1988 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
My sadness is a mottled bamboo. Roots twist in torment underneath But even before the first shoot grew It contained

My sadness is a mottled bamboo. Roots twist in torment underneath But even before the first shoot grew It contained

a pattern of future tears. Why brother now wipe stains from clothes? I walk with hope gone by the Lee and Suir. And an old book in my hand that shields me From sunlight breaking over Inchegeclagh. Bottles and bags among weeds on the Lough. Sparrows in gardens along Glasheen Road
December 11, 1988 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland