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September 14, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NATO war planes land in Ireland

NATO war planes land in Ireland

• from page 1 However, if the pilot decides to switch off the transponder, as military personnel would be able to, the plane would not be picked up by radar in Ireland. Speaking in the Dail last May, Mr Barry said most of the unauthorised flights had involved military aircraft f
September 14, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
STRANGE

STRANGE

That's just the sort of straw clutching that Tyrone are determined not to indulge in. They have pride in their team and they do not seek pity from anybody. And why should they? The last time I visited Omagh was on 1 June last to see Tyrone barely overcome Derry in the first roun
September 14, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUNGANNON District Council had a problem on its hands last Monday: county pride locked in battle with good old-fashioned bigotry.

DUNGANNON District Council had a problem on its hands last Monday: county pride locked in battle with good old-fashioned bigotry.

"Perhaps," Councillor Currie had tentatively suggested, "perhaps we might send best wishes to the Tyrone team on account of the All-Ireland final and all that." "Indeed, we should," agreed Councillor McGonnell and promptly sent his. "Over my dead body," fumed Councillor Morrow.
September 14, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
S JOHN McENROE

S JOHN McENROE

Every country has its periods of greatness in the sport. Unfortunately from the American point of view, one of )hose periods is coming to an end. And, right now, tennis players from the States show no signs of providing a change of circumstances. McEnroe may be the expectation t
September 14, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Parun overcomes Nugent

Parun overcomes Nugent

MICHAEL NUGENT the 19-year-old Dubliner won many of the plaudits for a brave display against the seasoned Onny Parun of New Zealand in the Carlsberg Leinster Senior Open final at Templeogue yesterday. Parun, who beat John McEnroe and Jimmy Connors while at the height of his care
September 14, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
P. J. Coyle 2

P. J. Coyle 2

AT;e: Clara's' Clams (4). Mhareast (4), Ready Gaze (7), Molly Keaae (I), Miss Shalom (1) ad eases. /4 Steady Gaze. 5/1 Snarpea Your Act. 7 / 1 Lowtoms,B/ITOULOUME, 16/1 B . Goldea Wagtail. 14/1 Cranaaowea Miscreant. Melly Seam. Id/1 Galatea,. Claming CM... Swift Liam. 25/1 Savil
September 14, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CHARLTON ATHLETIC 0

CHARLTON ATHLETIC 0

battled hard to make his presence felt up front. A catastrophe cost Charlton defender Reid in unusual circum s tances when he fell heavily into the trainers' dug-out. Nursing a rib injury he was substituted by Mark Stuart after 22 minutes. After a flowing move involving lan Molb
September 14, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Sitting up at the Bar NICK Miller and Eamon Coleman (Temple Bar Gallery) are both in the first decade of

Sitting up at the Bar NICK Miller and Eamon Coleman (Temple Bar Gallery) are both in the first decade of

their careers. Their work is figurative but quite different. Coleman paints close-up pictures of vegetation in relatively smooth brushwork and presents landscapes in expressive, heavily textured paint. Miller works in ways reminiscent of German Twenties expressionism's satirical
September 14, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
As I often complain about the lack of interest shown in our musical heritage by many of our 'serious' composers

As I often complain about the lack of interest shown in our musical heritage by many of our 'serious' composers

apart from 0 Riada of course I was particularly fascinated by the idea of an entertainment on the great harper and composer, Turlough Carolan (1670- I 738). Miriam Gallagher created the piece (entitled 'Carolan's Cap') with Frank Boyle taking the part of the man himself, support
September 14, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland