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Dublin is dead, long live Dublin

Dublin is dead, long live Dublin

Di THE City you got a buzz like you feel nowhere else. It's in the beat of the pulse that belongs to the City. At time it's like a throb hi the paseinent that comes through your shoes. making you walk •s though you own the place. when I was sometimes barefoot as a street-arab, i
November 17, 1986 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
• Alice Glenn : out of touch with Financial realities.

• Alice Glenn : out of touch with Financial realities.

the married women who work and the husbands in hard-pressed families who want time off to support their wiles at a crucial time (as Alice has dope). dune). Or you can take a long hard look at what is going on in this society Of ours. Is it really acceptable Tell us that families
November 17, 1986 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WAY UN THE LIST TUESDAY

WAY UN THE LIST TUESDAY

UN THE LIST TUESDAY Emrepaan 1./-141 Cliamoseaship. Firs, Le —Reptiolic of Ireland • Norbert) Ireland. Tolle Park (8.0). WEDNESDAY Dimple (fnalifylag. Group 11-- Leave of Inland Olymnac • Hungary. Milltown (7.30). (n) 1 Chapman ENGLISH P.A. CU? Hound—Northampton 3. Peter. borough
November 17, 1986 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Very little Joy the Dundalk win

Very little Joy the Dundalk win

DUNDALK ...,.. 3 CORK CITY IF DUNDALK are to sustain a mean ingful title challenge, they must expect to extract maximum points from the bit-part actors of the Premier Division stage. Yesterday at Oriel Park they ma de heavy weather of confirming their superiority against Cork Ci
November 17, 1986 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
II 00-0 FIREWORKS NIGHT N Henderson, 7. _ll

II 00-0 FIREWORKS NIGHT N Henderson, 7. _ll

00-0 FIREWORKS NIGHT N Henderson, 7. _ll S Smith Fades 11 4+--ointi COINGO R L Brown, 7 11-0 17 rP.I—POP \LOW Mrs R W,l%ams, R. 11.0 Mr S Andrr ,, s 2• SEVEN ACRES Mrs M Babbage. B. 11-0 Babbate 21 20 THE THIRSTY FARMER R 14..1der. 7. 1!-0 P Murpht 26 2PI WOODSIDE ROAD (BF) D Nic
November 17, 1986 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WE CAN SELL YOUR SURPLUS EQUIPMENT ! We will inspect and value we do not charge storage I Call us

WE CAN SELL YOUR SURPLUS EQUIPMENT ! We will inspect and value we do not charge storage I Call us

today at 734288 and turn your SURPLUS EQUIPMENT PROBLEMS INTO CASH.
November 17, 1986 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
938-DAYTIME ON TWO

938-DAYTIME ON TWO

Going to Work. 10.0 You and Me. 10.15 Music Time. 1038 Let's See. 11.0 Zig Zag. 11.22 Walrus Guess What! 11.45 Religious Studies. 12.08 Equal People. 12.28 CEELAX. 12.40 General Studies. 1.05 -Micro File. 1.38 Job Bank. 2.0 Words and Pictures. 2.15 Now and Then. 2.3 S—SIGN EXTRA
November 17, 1986 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BIRTHDAY REMEMBRANCE

BIRTHDAY REMEMBRANCE

CAULFIELD (Thomas) Dad. No last farewell was spoken, No time to say goodbye, You were gone before we knew t. And i only God knows why. Granda Little star. shining bripht. Kiss our granda every night. From son Paddy and lacinta. grandchildren Claire and Karen (Sligo). CAULFIELD—
November 17, 1986 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
©4 JACK LYNCH Stains US. tripe.

©4 JACK LYNCH Stains US. tripe.

November 17, 1986 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Lynch blows whistle on trips

Lynch blows whistle on trips

FORMER Taoiseach. lack Lynch one of Ireland's greatest hurlers in his has hit out at the hidden professionalism in sport and says he deplores the wekend traffic of GAA players to the U.S. Mr. Lynch was addressing a meeting of the UCC Philosophical Society where he said that nonp
November 17, 1986 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland