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THE SUNDAY TRIBUNE, 2 FEBRUARY 1986

THE SUNDAY TRIBUNE, 2 FEBRUARY 1986

February 2, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
From milk and bread to mushrooms BAII.IEBORO Co-op, which has made a habit of winning awards recently, is now planning

From milk and bread to mushrooms BAII.IEBORO Co-op, which has made a habit of winning awards recently, is now planning

a substantial joint venture in mushrooms. Ranks Hovis McDougall, the British multinational which owned 70 per cent of Ranks (Ireland) which closed manufacturing plants here in dramatic circumstances a few years ago, is the partner. Talks are at an advanced stage with the IDA for
January 19, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
• OPENINGS: Biggles: Captain WE John's quintessential schoolboy's World War I fighter ace hero drops through a time hole into

• OPENINGS: Biggles: Captain WE John's quintessential schoolboy's World War I fighter ace hero drops through a time hole into

the 1980 s to hijack a helicopter with which he returns to 1917 to outwit the Hun. Purists may object to American Neil Dickson playing the part, but the Wham! Bang! action more than compensates, Savoy, from Friday. Cobra: Sylvester Stallone as a Rambo-style cop, dishing out roug
July 27, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Written in resentment

Written in resentment

IHAVE recently been taken to task for reviewing a book on sociology because I am not a sociologist. Eyebrows have also been raised at my venturing opinions on temperance, feminism and high finance. It is therefore with triple misgivings that I address the subject of 18th-century
July 27, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Following a civilised,

Following a civilised,

LAST week the members of the allparty Dail committee on the Birmingham Six case, returned from their visit to London where they lobbied NlPs and met the prisoners and their supporters. They were well treated there, but also found a certain suspicion as to why . Irish politicians
July 27, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
forth. The women look like their regular gig is sitting on top of Christmas trees, the men all contrive to

forth. The women look like their regular gig is sitting on top of Christmas trees, the men all contrive to

look like Spanish waiters with bad cases of piles. Faces taut, legs and arms programmed to twitch in unison. You lose points for looking like you might be enjoying yourself. A "tribute to Bert Kiemfert" was announced (no kidding) and a bunch of people hopped up and down, lifting
July 27, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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February 9, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
`Presumably Wales will get more possession against Ireland than they have so far this year.

`Presumably Wales will get more possession against Ireland than they have so far this year.

something is wrong with the alignment. Dean, Mullin, Kiernan and Ringland are good enough to create and score tries but can not operate without good quality possession. Last weekend the French demonstrated the value of committing opposing threequarters to the tackle before sprea
February 9, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
The Guelf•Wettins at work and play

The Guelf•Wettins at work and play

I've been watching too many soap operas. After Dynasty and Dallas the intrigues of 'Palace' seem quite commonplace. The Ultimate Family deals with the Mountbatten-Windsor family, their real life scandals and their media image. It - is an easy-to-read, wellresearched book. ft sho
February 9, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
APPOINTMENTS 25; ARTS 18-19: BIRTHDAYS 4; BOOKS 21; BUSINESS 22-23; CROSSWORD 6; FOREIGN NEWS 8; IN CAMERA 30; INNOVATIONS TRIBUNE

APPOINTMENTS 25; ARTS 18-19: BIRTHDAYS 4; BOOKS 21; BUSINESS 22-23; CROSSWORD 6; FOREIGN NEWS 8; IN CAMERA 30; INNOVATIONS TRIBUNE

24; PEOPLE 17; PROFILE 10; PROPERTY 28-29; SPORT 12-16.
July 20, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland