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Heaven ' s changes NCE upon a time there were fou r litt l e boys who decided o \I

Heaven ' s changes NCE upon a time there were fou r litt l e boys who decided o \I

form a band. But these four boys were very bad not only were they unable to produce a decent tune, but they liked to slag off other boys and girls in arrogant interviews with local magazines and newspapers. Therefore several years later, a visit to the Underground to re-examine
March 16, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CLIMBING WALLS

CLIMBING WALLS

Making films in Ireland is a hazardous business. Eat the Peach, directed by Peter Ormrod and produced by an Irish company, was premiered in Dublin this week. MICHAEL DWYER reviews a film that looks certain to be a huge success and a major boost to the Irish film industry obsesse
March 16, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
route

route

about Belfast's punk scene, won awards in the United States after being banned at the Cork Film Festival. Route 66, on which John Davis had been working for three years before he got the bulk of the £500,000 necessary to finance it from Central Television, is a portrait of middl
March 16, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Ail 4 NEWS Suffolk sounds THE Aldeburgh Festival celebrates its 39th year in Britten's famous Suffolk village from 6 June

Ail 4 NEWS Suffolk sounds THE Aldeburgh Festival celebrates its 39th year in Britten's famous Suffolk village from 6 June

to 22. Sir Reginald Goodall will conduct a concert performance of the last act of Parsifal (June 8), Janet Baker will be singing Phaedra, the cantata Britten wrote for her in his last days, and the amazing 94-year-old pianist Mieczyslaw Horszowski will be giving a recital. Full
March 16, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Q. 1 am a farmer and as 1 a.n approaching retirement age 1 would like to sell most of ms

Q. 1 am a farmer and as 1 a.n approaching retirement age 1 would like to sell most of ms

farm 1 wish to keep the house and a feu acres. 1 would hope to get around £60,000 for it. Would 1 be liable to tax on this' P.O'S, Co Wexford. A. Where an individual is aged 55 or over and he sells his farm a special relief applies. If the sale price is less than £50,000 no capi
March 16, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
By GRAEME COOK

By GRAEME COOK

March 16, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
" Cashel " . Falls Road. Shankill, Co. Dublin. Auction Thrmda• west 284 h March at 2 to pm. at

" Cashel " . Falls Road. Shankill, Co. Dublin. Auction Thrmda• west 284 h March at 2 to pm. at

the Irish Aactionseers & alum Institute. Merriam Sq.. Dublin 2. A attratme detached residence ..n I a of mature garden. with the Dublin mouniinn. Viewing appoinimeni unls , -.OIICITORS %%h.' at- s Moore Krller 46 Kiltbrr Street Dublin 2 Foarock Village Dublin 18 Telephone 01-894
March 16, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Choosing an Auctioneer

Choosing an Auctioneer

A property transaction is a major step in any individuals lifetime and the correct choice of your auctioneer or valuer is a highly important one Make sure that nothing is missing! Before you choose,ask YES Do you expect a professional service backed by strict educational standar
March 16, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
about coursing

about coursing

SIR Having read 'A Coursing we will go' by Lorna Donlon (9 February) I feel compelled to make a few comments. The writer manages to convey the not it he can help it. He is right about one thing though a lot of people do not know what goes on in coursing, how could they, it was a
March 16, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
At the beginning of this month. with the assistance of the IDA he moved into his own factory in Chancery

At the beginning of this month. with the assistance of the IDA he moved into his own factory in Chancery

Lane, a stone's throw from St Patrick's Cathedral and appointed a general manager Gerry Small, to organise the burgeoning financial end of the business. • TOP LEFT: Beige linen Already export orders are up 25% on last year and account single breasted jacket with for 60% of total
March 16, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland