Who optional
What else? optional

Your search returned 1,761 articles

ROUND 7

ROUND 7

The early stages of the round went pretty much as before with the two contestants hogging the centre of the ring, and while content to score with jabs were still on the lookout for openings to each other's bodies. The most decisive scoring burst of the round came from McGuigan a
February 16, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Heroes, police and courage on stage

Heroes, police and courage on stage

Mr Arthur's three coaching sessions a week in London nett him a tidy f3OO. Max Arthur is also a writer. whose self-published account of the Munich air disaster in which Busbs's Babes, the Manchester United team, came to grief, sold 16,000 copies. He had mortgaged his house to th
February 23, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Private bus owners demand state action in price war

Private bus owners demand state action in price war

LORNA DONLON reports on the transport row and, above, hears why long-distance travellers don't choose CIE PRIVATE bus operators have called on Communications Minister Jim Mitchell to intervene in the latest price war between the country's provincial bus operators. The row starte
February 23, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A facelift for Liberty When, in 1982, President Reagan's administration sought a celebrity to head a private commission for this

A facelift for Liberty When, in 1982, President Reagan's administration sought a celebrity to head a private commission for this

year's centenary of the Statue of Liberty and the restoration of nearby Ellis Island. Lee lacocca seemed an obvious choice. The son of Italian immigrnts, he is the assimilated embodiment of the American dream. A nominal Republican. Mr lacocca had made headlines as the saviour. w
February 23, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Channel 4

Channel 4

THE new controller of RTE television programmes is likely to be announced next week, and the field is understood to be down to five candidates, with Channel Four executive John O'Beirne Ranelagh the strong favourite. Also in the running, according to RTE sources, are Joe Mulholl
February 23, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
,LEAGUE OF IRELAND PREVIEWS

,LEAGUE OF IRELAND PREVIEWS

• ATHLONE TOWN v HOME FARM (St. Mel's Park, 3.15) The only league game on today. Home Farm look set for relegation and Athlone should help them on their way by picking up the two points.
February 23, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Not quite the ideal son-in-law

Not quite the ideal son-in-law

DAVID WALSH profiles Ireland's open side flanker Nigel Carr THINGS are not always what they seem. Softly spoken, reasonable and diplomatic: Nigel Carr would turn the head of any mother who wanted her daughter respectably married. Players who have shared the same pre-match dressi
February 23, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Enda's promising debut

Enda's promising debut

IRELAND'S ENDA Fitzpatrick made a promising debut to major international competition when finishing a close third in his beat of the 1500 metres at the European indoor championships in Madrid yesterday. Enda's time, in a tactical race, was a useful 3 mins 48.53 seconds as he fin
February 23, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Brian Lenihan, Dep, HE just cannot understand. Cannot fathom. He is puzzled, amazed. Nearly fascinated in a purely academic way,

Brian Lenihan, Dep, HE just cannot understand. Cannot fathom. He is puzzled, amazed. Nearly fascinated in a purely academic way,

of course. But it actually comes down to the fact that he just does not understand what has gone wrong. With his leader's public image, that is. Now he happens to be very friendly with the man and he recognises that other people may not like him or whatever, but that is no reaso
February 23, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
11114 TRIBUNE

11114 TRIBUNE

TRIBUNE BAILEGANGAIRE GOES TO LONDON: The cover of the programme for )ruid's production t the Donmar Theatre f
February 23, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland