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On their marks, get set...

On their marks, get set...

A child could be better off in a different school from its siblings, writes ELIZABETH McIAANUS ITH our youngest child select a school to match the Irish education is so high . W lf there is one argument for by the condition of its starting school this needs of a particular child
September 28, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SOME of us (and t warning) are browned off with Gk.roe IRTE I. Suni being messed about. probable. given RTE's

SOME of us (and t warning) are browned off with Gk.roe IRTE I. Suni being messed about. probable. given RTE's

I that the writing is bein under dreadful constrail that's their problem problem is what is appea the screen. If Cyril Cusack was d Uncle Peter on thi sentence it would come something like: Our. y problem. what I mean to what is, you might say. screen. eh. what is appea to speak
September 28, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Weigh up the facts. The new Ford Escort van drives like a car and works like a truck, while delivering

Weigh up the facts. The new Ford Escort van drives like a car and works like a truck, while delivering

all these features: • Outstanding fuel economy. Up to 61.3 mpg from the 1.6 Diesel (EEC approved tests). • Load capacity 80 cu. ft. • Full height, wide-opening double rear doors. • High security locking system, developed in association with Chubb. • Ford's legendary low-cost par
September 28, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FRENCH : GERMAN In today's international markets, another language is no longer a luxury, it's a necessity. Minilab is the

FRENCH : GERMAN In today's international markets, another language is no longer a luxury, it's a necessity. Minilab is the

answer. Free brochure. LINGUAPHONE INSTITUTE, 41 Upper Abbey Street, Dublin I. Tel: 01- 740408/9.
September 28, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RANELAGH 4 Upr Cherryfield Ave 3 beds, 2 reception. Citi. Su • rb condition. Late £4o's. RATHGAR 38 Villiers Road

RANELAGH 4 Upr Cherryfield Ave 3 beds, 2 reception. Citi. Su • rb condition. Late £4o's. RATHGAR 38 Villiers Road

4 beds. 3 reception £52.500. FOXROCK 130 Foxrock Park 4 beds, 2 reception. C Garage. £49.950 To view the above delOrellkite&Sinsgas 611811
September 28, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Kilbarrack £55,000 On the instructions of Seamus Lantry. Lantry & Co. L.O.N. Supplies Ltd (In voluntary liquidation) Superb small unit

Kilbarrack £55,000 On the instructions of Seamus Lantry. Lantry & Co. L.O.N. Supplies Ltd (In voluntary liquidation) Superb small unit

c. 3,750 sq. ft. with enclosed yard c. 6.200 sq. ft. Freehold. Receivers Sale
September 28, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
weapons STOCKHOLM CONFERENCE

weapons STOCKHOLM CONFERENCE

EUPHORIA and the pop of champagne corks greeted the agreement which emerged on Monday from the Stockholm-based, cumbersomely named, Conference on Confidenceand Security-Building Measures and Disarmament in Europe. The clock in the conference hall had been stopped for three days
September 28, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE SUNDAY TRIBUNE, 28 SEPTEMBER 1986

THE SUNDAY TRIBUNE, 28 SEPTEMBER 1986

September 28, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DIEGO Armando Maradona, captain of Argentina World Cup winners was lying on his bed in his team hotel last Saturday

DIEGO Armando Maradona, captain of Argentina World Cup winners was lying on his bed in his team hotel last Saturday

afternoon when the phone rang. The call came from one of his 'minders', one of a select number of people who can get through to Maradona when the need arises. Watch this evening's news bulletin on Rai 3. Diego, the minder said, there will be an item concerning you. Sure enough,
September 28, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
The Front

The Front

WITH one mighty bound, our heroine is back. Two years ago she travelled across the Irish Sea to join BBC television's prestigious nightly news magazine show Newsnight. Now, having become a respected performer on British TV, she returns to RTE's Today Tonight and to front her own
September 28, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland