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WOMEN IN BUSINESS ENTERPRISE FREEFONE WOMEN ( AN IDEA.

WOMEN IN BUSINESS ENTERPRISE FREEFONE WOMEN ( AN IDEA.

November 2, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
The Grasshopper Inn CLONEE • . e happy to annoy,. that we can now 1 crr , up t. NEW

The Grasshopper Inn CLONEE • . e happy to annoy,. that we can now 1 crr , up t. NEW

NEW LUXURIOUS FUNCTION ROOM For r. availability for both the restaurant and function room ring Christy King. or Jack Thornton at 255478 255265.
November 2, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Why one politician turned to religion by ROISIN WALSH

Why one politician turned to religion by ROISIN WALSH

TWELVE young people from North Down were confirmed in the Catholic faith in an unusual ceremony in Belfast yesterday by Auxiliary Bishop, Dr Patrick Walsh. They received their religious instruction, not from the Catholic church or school, but from one of Northern Ireland's top p
November 2, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE SUNDAY TRIBUNE, 2 NOVEMBER 1986

THE SUNDAY TRIBUNE, 2 NOVEMBER 1986

November 2, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE SUNDAY TRIBUNE, 2 NOVEMBER 1986

THE SUNDAY TRIBUNE, 2 NOVEMBER 1986

November 2, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
looks forward Dubs hot seat

looks forward Dubs hot seat

November 2, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE SUNDAY TRIBUNE, 2 NOVEMBER 1986

THE SUNDAY TRIBUNE, 2 NOVEMBER 1986

November 2, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Once the most exploited group of workers, the wheel has come full circle for professional footballers. Now they dictate the terms under which they play. JOHN GILES, reports on one of the most important developments in the game.

Once the most exploited group of workers, the wheel has come full circle for professional footballers. Now they dictate the terms under which they play. JOHN GILES, reports on one of the most important developments in the game.

~~ s }y~ nothing more than a natural response to the way things were. I look back on my life in football and recall an era when the balance of power lay firmly in the other corner. If the clubs are now on the losing side, that is precisely what they deserve. IJOINED Manchester U
November 2, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
OPEL LEAGUE OF IRELAND PREVIEWS by GERRY THORNLEY

OPEL LEAGUE OF IRELAND PREVIEWS by GERRY THORNLEY

(Kick-off 2.45 unless stated) PREMIER DIVISION • DUNDALK v BOHEMIANS (Oriel Park, 3.30) TWO uninspiring performances in Dublin last weekend at the first hint of meaningful opposition does not augur well for Dundalk's league challenge. What it does suggest is that the team is lac
November 2, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CURRAGH

CURRAGH

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November 2, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland