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THE SUNDAY TRIBUNE, 9 MARCH 1986

THE SUNDAY TRIBUNE, 9 MARCH 1986

March 9, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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1141444 R0ug444454414 St Patrick's Day celebrations on the 16 March, on the Guinness float. On St Patrick's night there'll be a gala with the Irish ambassador Joseph Small and we're hoping that Bob Hawke will come too." It will not be all work for the musicians. Eileen Grace said
March 9, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Coalition, despite all the upsets

Coalition, despite all the upsets

by GERALD BARRY, Political Correspondent government only "on sufferance and they have known that from the beginning". That kind of language, the open disdain for what is seen as Labour's almost total lack of political professionalism. used to provoke Labour anger. Now the respon
March 9, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ACROSS

ACROSS

I Make Tom Harry (6) 4 Liar returns after he gets hand to support him going upstairs (8) 9 Gun to get lots of champagne (6) 10 A teetotaller with strange saint corrupts (8) 12 Thomas returns to get what's on the coat of arms (5) 13 Alien with 50 gets murderous (9) 15 Har has ple
March 9, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Madonna. 2, hacks. 0, after Queen of Slut Rock's trial by tabloid

Madonna. 2, hacks. 0, after Queen of Slut Rock's trial by tabloid

Rock star Madonna faced the press last week after a series of confrontations during her stay in Britain. MICHAEL DWYER observed the fray. two o'clock on Thursda y afternoon the hoopla was well underway. Slews of press photographers and curious onlookers were spilling on to the s
March 9, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
• MADONNA: "I've nothing to apologise for" she told the man from the' Star'. Inset: %tith the producer of her new film. George Harrison.

• MADONNA: "I've nothing to apologise for" she told the man from the' Star'. Inset: %tith the producer of her new film. George Harrison.

before the talking started. "I love the smell of napalm in the morning," declared the man from the Mail as Madonna and the middleaged ex-Beatle took up positions a safe distance from the assembled hacks. People magazine from the US, got the interrogation undensa. "Madonna, were
March 9, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
While other lieutenants bit the dust, Robinson has True Blue Peter PETER Robinson has built his successful political career in

While other lieutenants bit the dust, Robinson has True Blue Peter PETER Robinson has built his successful political career in

the Democratic Unionist Party on efficiency, articulate and unrelenting extremism, and frequently declared loyalty to his party boss. In public, he still proclaims allegiance lavishly to lan Paisley. But his leader only heard on his car radio last weekend that Monday's strike la
March 9, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DERMOT MORGAN

DERMOT MORGAN

will realise that you are of course a loyal Alpha Bargains Camouflage-jacket and Woollen Balaclava Volunteer. The picture of the DJ on Radio Free Ulster which appeared in Monda mornings papers must give rise to optimistic speculation about extremely interesting innovations in br
March 9, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Books fair

Books fair

AMAJOR Irish book fair, featuring titles from 32 publishing houses north and south, will be held in London this weekend. It's the second to be organised and funded by the Greater London Council through their Ethnic Minorities Unit. Readings will be given at Bookspace, the spacio
March 9, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Punks, Pints

Punks, Pints

ON THE TOWN. RTE Radio I's visit to Leeson Street's night clubbing, champagne swilleries was a very hush puppy, very Laura Ashley affair. Everyone we were introduced to was very charming, very cheerful and 'owfully naice'. I found the whole thing hard to believe. In a tonguein-c
March 9, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland