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Pinochet orders 'state of siege' following attack

Pinochet orders 'state of siege' following attack

PRESIDENT Augusto Pinochet of Chile is not popular, but he has something better for a dictator extraordinary good luck. His motorcade was attacked on the evening of 7 September near the capital, Santiago, while he was being brought back from a weekend at his holiday home. Five o
September 14, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PROVOS AT THE GATES OF PARLIAMENT

PROVOS AT THE GATES OF PARLIAMENT

THE SUNDAY TRIBUNE, 14 SEPTEMBER 1986 THE political wing of the IRA, Provisional Sinn Fein, could command a pivotal position in the next Dail, for it is now on the verge of abandoning its strategy of boycotting the Southern parliament. In interviews this weekend with the Sunday
September 14, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
2.30 Athgargan 2-Y-O Maiden. £3.000 (£2.070), six furlongs. (RTE 2) Flawless 10/1 Kamplight, 14/1 Rlctorloue. 20/1 Others. Last Year. Tate

2.30 Athgargan 2-Y-O Maiden. £3.000 (£2.070), six furlongs. (RTE 2) Flawless 10/1 Kamplight, 14/1 Rlctorloue. 20/1 Others. Last Year. Tate

Gallery. 9 0. C. Assussen. 4/6 Fay (M.V. Brien). Autumn E.B.F. Extended Handicap of £5,000 1 54 AMBER KING (S McEiligott). A Geraghty. 9-0.. G. Curran (£3,450), One Mile Two Furlongs. 2 ANTIC BOY (N. Schibye). J Oxx. 9-0 P Eddery 3 BOB'S BALLAD (R. Bell). D. McDonogh, 9-0 P.V. G
September 14, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NON'S NOCK'S': Avoca off to a good start THE LEINSTER Men's Senior Hockey League has new sponsors and a new

NON'S NOCK'S': Avoca off to a good start THE LEINSTER Men's Senior Hockey League has new sponsors and a new

early start but will it yield new champions? Four-in-a-row side Avoca started well in the sunshine. They showed no signs of dulled appetite for success as they were put through their paces by St Ita's at Portrane. Simon Filgas was on the scoresheet as they took the points with a
September 14, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
• FRIGHT: Ripley (Sigourney Weaver) protects her daughter Newt (Carrie Menn) in James Cameron's 'Aliens

• FRIGHT: Ripley (Sigourney Weaver) protects her daughter Newt (Carrie Menn) in James Cameron's 'Aliens

The chilling charge of the film is emphasised by the powerful accompaniment of James Horner's heartthumping score, all the more effective in a movie where dialogue is minimal and dominated by the captivating visual scheme. The movie's roots are firmly in the traditional western
September 14, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IMI is least

IMI is least

popular agency IN a survey of Ireland's training, placement and job creation agencies the Irish Management Institute (IMI) has been placed last in almost every category. The survey of 1,400 adults ranked the IMI the least successful, least relevant to Irish industry, least neces
September 14, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
MEDICAL APPOINTMENTS

MEDICAL APPOINTMENTS

Dr Steeven's Hospital Dublin 8 Applications are invited for the following posts which will become vacant on Ist January 1987: ACCIDENT AND EMERGENCY UNIT REGISTRAR SENIOR HOUSE OFFICER (2 posts) This Hospitals involved in the South City Accident Service. The posts include in-pat
September 14, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Neadowbi

Neadowbi

September 14, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Mulvey Heating Services Ltd.

Mulvey Heating Services Ltd.

The Heating and Plumbing Specialists • GAS, OIL and SOLID FUEL HEATING SYSTEMS INSTALLED • BOILER BURNER MAINTENANCE and REPAIRS • INSURANCE OVERHAULS • SERVICE CONTRACTS AVAILABLE 24 Hour Answering Service 7 Charlemont Street, Dublin 2. PHONE: 781435/781364 (after hours answeri
September 14, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Silly sallying

Silly sallying

SIR I have read the letter printed by you from Pat McGuigan of Clones, in which he attempts, as usual, to divide the world into two camps those in favour of Barry McGuigan, and those against him (7 September). It seems to be of little consequence to him in his silly little salli
September 14, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland