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• Helen Ryan-Lawless and her two-year-old daughter Elizabeth: "I would no► have another child -1 might not live to see

• Helen Ryan-Lawless and her two-year-old daughter Elizabeth: "I would no► have another child -1 might not live to see

it mak its First Communion' 1.
August 31, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
_ . :BRIDGE Adam Mesbur Butler Trials merry-go

_ . :BRIDGE Adam Mesbur Butler Trials merry-go

:BRIDGE Adam Mesbur Butler Trials merry-go THE Open trials proved one of the best competitions ever held in Ireland. A five day test of endurance, starting as early as nine on Saturday and finishing close to midnight, the trials were exciting from beginning to end. As is often th
August 31, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Murdoch's right of reply

Murdoch's right of reply

was anxious to use professional consultants to ensure that the advertisement met the exacting requirements of the Advertising Standards Authority for Ireland. Additionally, I wished to ensure that the advertisement could not be confused as being from the First National Building
August 31, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ADDRESS

ADDRESS

ACROSS I.The Mounties going to the States for university course. (6). 5.A guide to even
August 31, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
—Right of reply— IT is the policy of The Sunday Tribune to publish material of relevance and importance to the

—Right of reply— IT is the policy of The Sunday Tribune to publish material of relevance and importance to the

public interest in a balanced manner. To promote the balanced presentation of information and to ensure that full opportunity is allowed for the vindication of the good name of all those we write about, we offer the right of reply to anybody who reasonably feels they have been m
August 31, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE SUNDAY TRIBUNE, 31 AUGUST 1986

THE SUNDAY TRIBUNE, 31 AUGUST 1986

August 31, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IRELAND 2

IRELAND 2

just 15 second to go. "1 replied 'there's still time left for us to win the match!' " The penalty came when Irish captain Steve Martin made a brilliant pass to Marty Sloan, who was fouled by a French defender who tackled him from behind. Burns kept his cool and flicked the ball
August 31, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
by CIARAN KENNELLY

by CIARAN KENNELLY

THE first six day Trake Festival meeting went through without any interruption this year despite some atrocious weather early in the week. The major talking point, however, was not the weather, not the 'Roses' but a horse called Himself. Up to Monday not too many racegoers had h
August 31, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CURRAGH

CURRAGH

2.01 - RATHANGAN FIIF 2-V-O MAID 2% f 2.71111. R. Fairnmann's GUEST LIST Sr Ms Gainal-Fortlia. R. .I. Manning I Svlratica. L P. S. Sbas.ahan 2 Faramliffe. 11-• M. fallen 3 Also: Gleacar►ig Prioress (:olds Act In %Omni OE Goodie Two Slows en. Swoon Itl. Nelms Aod Euless It, red W
August 31, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
• THURSDAY

• THURSDAY

• GOLF: The Ebel European Masters, incorporating the Swiss Open championship, tees off at the par 72 Crans-sur- Sierre club. American Craig Stadler won the event last ear with a 21 under total of 267 but it was still a good tournament for the Irish David Fehert%, Ronan Raffert a
August 31, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland