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Campaigning for the repeal of Section 31

Campaigning for the repeal of Section 31

SIR On behalf of the Repeal Section 31 Committee, I would like to take the opportunity to comment on certain aspects of your editorial on "Media Access" (19 January). Regarding the editorial condemnation of the stoppage by FWUI members in RTE, we feel that this was not justified
February 2, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CASE B

CASE B

Married couple on twice average income. One partner works. Two children. No pay increase in 1986 1985 1986 £ £ 17,628 17,628 4,886 4,986 12,742 12,642 Gross pay Tax allowances Taxable income Income tax PRSI, levies 1,241 1,1 Total deductions 6,187 5,971 Take home pay 11,441 11,6
February 2, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Tr SUNDAY TRIBUNE, 2 FEBRUARY 1986

Tr SUNDAY TRIBUNE, 2 FEBRUARY 1986

February 2, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FRIDAY

FRIDAY

THE SUNDAY TRIBUNE arts awards presentation took place in the Martello Rooms of Jury's Hotel, Dublin on Tuesday last. Charles Haughey made the presentation and spoke in glowing terms about the farsighted attitude shown by the sponsors of the awards —? The Sunday World. He made v
February 2, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Last Chance! y ie Well designed and superbly finished 1 • and 2 bedroomed 4,apartments at Wellington I I •

Last Chance! y ie Well designed and superbly finished 1 • and 2 bedroomed 4,apartments at Wellington I I •

Lodge,Serpentine Avenue (opposite ALB Bank Centre) ~~1111 III I • I • Without doubt the best residential value in Dublin 4,combining Victorian elegance with -.-- - gracious living 80% of the units have been sold in Just 3 months with a third already occupied. 7 . ;f 7 See the sh
February 9, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WESSEL CABLE CHAMPION HURDLE PREVIEW

WESSEL CABLE CHAMPION HURDLE PREVIEW

ASIR (by HIGH TOP) 2 wins. £25,820 Stg FROM just two starts last season Asir established himself as the leading novice hurdler putting up an impressive performance when winning the 2m 4f Sun Alliance Hurdle at Cheltenham. He's yet to win this year but ran well at Haydock when. w
February 16, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Harford failed to get power into a header when, following a clever overhead flick from Hill, he was left with

Harford failed to get power into a header when, following a clever overhead flick from Hill, he was left with

only Lukic to beat. But Luton were unable to turn possession into scores and must now travel to Highbury to decide who will advance to . the quarter finals.
February 16, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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McGUIGAN came out bobbing and weaving in his customary usual fashion. but the first scoring punch of the fight was a long left by the challenger. The challenger landed the first significant body punch of the fight, scoring with a left hook to McGuigan's midriff. McGuigan con-tin
February 16, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BP FALLON listens to the 14 LP set 'Atlantic Rhythm 'n' Blues', and recalls the man who started it all

BP FALLON listens to the 14 LP set 'Atlantic Rhythm 'n' Blues', and recalls the man who started it all

AHMET F.RTEGUN looked as if he was about to have a seizure. A dignified one, of course, but a seizure nevertheless. The cause was the arrival of the best-selling group on Ahmet's record label, Atlantic Records. Led Zeppelin they were called and their records sold more than The B
February 16, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IDEAS have always sat uneasily in the Irish theatre. Plays which take it oil themselves to interpret the world for

IDEAS have always sat uneasily in the Irish theatre. Plays which take it oil themselves to interpret the world for

us, to add to our understanding of politics and history, have generally been either ignored or travestied. The theatre of ideas needs styles of production which we are unused to. It demands more than straightforward stories about recognisable characters. In a week where we have
February 16, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland