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June 29, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
12/COLOUR TRIBUNE/29 JUNE 1986 Hair for the Hospice WE make no apology for an unashamed plug for hairdressers this week.

12/COLOUR TRIBUNE/29 JUNE 1986 Hair for the Hospice WE make no apology for an unashamed plug for hairdressers this week.

On Sunday, 13 July members of that profession are getting together for one of the worthiest causes in the country today. Dying children will benefit from the proceeds of a `hair marathon' which will be held in 22 hairdressing salons in Dublin. Limerick, Cork, Galway, New Ross, W
June 29, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
good selection of tables. dressers, blanket boxes, shelves and chests of drawers. The most expensive item in the showroom last

good selection of tables. dressers, blanket boxes, shelves and chests of drawers. The most expensive item in the showroom last

week was a magnificent specially designed alcove unit in old pine at £l,OOO. Mary does the designing. She will design a piece for an awkward corner or space and get it made up for you in old pine. Other unusual items in the showrooms last week included a massive table four-and-a
June 29, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Tel: (01) 828226

Tel: (01) 828226

20 Clare St., Dublin 2. Tel: 101 l 762135/163663 Chief Office: Main St., Longford. Tel: (043) 45487/45280. 11 Selected towns throughout Ireland. CASHEL HOUSE HOTEL Connemara, Co Galv.a NOW OPEN For Discerning Clients (095) 21252. HOME FINANCE • £2,000 £lO,OOO • Term 2 7 Years •
March 16, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
'We met the Lord Mayor of Dublin. Aw he's really neat'

'We met the Lord Mayor of Dublin. Aw he's really neat'

by FERGAL KEANE EVERY American girl wants to he a cheerleader but most of the 63 members of the Texas-based National Superstar Drill Team who will be taking part in tomorrow's St Patrick's Da parade in Dublin want to be professional dancers. "We are really precision dancers, sai
March 16, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Mr. & Mm. Esdale, Terenure, Dublin 6.

Mr. & Mm. Esdale, Terenure, Dublin 6.

hare a full Natural Gus system with back boiler. gas fire and radiators. It great. at the flicls of a switch the whole house warm and comfortable. and we always have plenty of hot water. H'e'd definitely recommend it for convenience." More and more people are moving up to Natura
March 16, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Our cover story last week, entitled "Should Cooney Fine The Teachers?" prompted an avalanche of letters and phone calls. Representations

Our cover story last week, entitled "Should Cooney Fine The Teachers?" prompted an avalanche of letters and phone calls. Representations

were also made from the teachers' unions. In accordance with our policy to afford readers "TEACHERS earn on average £14,000." I am an Apost holder and have therefore quite a substantial extra allowance oser the "average teacher. yet my salary is £12.633 including all my allowanc
March 16, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
in this dispute the students have suffered more than enough inconience Billy Ryle, Tralee, Co Kerry. t • GERRY QUIGLEY:•

in this dispute the students have suffered more than enough inconience Billy Ryle, Tralee, Co Kerry. t • GERRY QUIGLEY:•

general secretary. INTO YOUR obvious delight that the Department of Education is considering alternatise arrangements in the esent of an examinations boycott b. teachers is misplaced. Crucial to the operation of our examination ssstem are the adsising examiners. These examiners
March 16, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NEWS 7

NEWS 7

NEWS 1 ''''' ~...v., 4 , .1 A - ':spirit t • SPIRIT OF PEACE: Fr Slavko Barbaric and his interpreter. 'pilgrim' Princess Melona Von Hapsburg. speaking in Dublin's Whitefriar Street Church
March 16, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
McGEE previews tomorrow's Cup Football final between and Leinster

McGEE previews tomorrow's Cup Football final between and Leinster

WHEN common sense emerges at the end of any GAA deliberations we should all be very grateful, and so it is that the decision to play the two Railway Cup Finals in Ballinasloe on Monday is to be welcomed with open arms. The alternative was to stage the finals in the traditional S
March 16, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland