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Moors hunt: Hindley may go there as Brady says 'l'll help'

Moors hunt: Hindley may go there as Brady says 'l'll help'

• Anne Gillespie . knew Hi.dley %CIL CHILD killer Myra Hindle, was today set to return with police to the moors murder scene in the search for the bodies of two children missing for 20 3 Car., Ina Brady announced that be, too, was ready to break his long silence and help detecti
November 22, 1986 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Maginnis angered by gun display

Maginnis angered by gun display

I EADING Official Unionist Ken maginnis last night condemned a lapse in border security %Welt allowed the Irish National Liberation Army to stage its gun display in South Armagh. knd the LNLA claimed "there arc plenty more weapons asailable to use from the same source". Their sp
November 22, 1986 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Nothing to hide, says insurance company

Nothing to hide, says insurance company

AN insurance company which was criticised a District Justice who asked the gardai to look into it, says it has no fears about any investigation. And the Combined in. surance Company of Ireland says the fact that it was not in court to ans , Aer the case brought against it in Car
November 22, 1986 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DEATH PENALTY

DEATH PENALTY

Customs officers believe that before that he was running heroin from Malaysia. One of his associates, Derek Gregory (36). from Richmond. is now under arrest in Malaysia for alleged drus offences. and if convicted faces the death penalty. In 1983. Dye started using Pakistan as h:
November 22, 1986 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Land of two cultures

Land of two cultures

TWO books about Ireland, but not modern Ireland. start off this week's column. Both are interesting. Eighteenth-Century Ireland. Vol. 1. 1986 (18th Century Ireland Societ: 111£12) is a journal which deserves to flourish because it uses modern discoveries to try to rid us of the
November 22, 1986 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
The Waugh games

The Waugh games

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November 22, 1986 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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November 22, 1986 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Independent \cIAYKRMEM,_ New York pm- where neurosis is just another art

Independent \cIAYKRMEM,_ New York pm- where neurosis is just another art

Independent New York pm- where neurosis is just another art EVELYN WAUGH it was who said "there's a neurosis in the air here that the inhabitants mistake for energy" and after three days in the Naked City I've come to the conclusion that the old man was absolutely spot-on in his
November 22, 1986 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IVUItAIAL RECOVLitY

IVUItAIAL RECOVLitY

Australian Terry Gale shot a two-under-par 73 to take the second round lead in gusty ern. ditions in the West Australia. Open at Lake warriniup. British Open uhempion Geri Norman, troubled by tournament fatigue and an admired lack of interest in golf at present. came back into c
November 22, 1986 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LEADING SCORES

LEADING SCORES

117—Tsunesuki (Japan) 67. 70. 136-1(lkuo Aral (Japan) 67,71 . P Joe Hayes, managing director, Indeprodeot Newspapers PLC, Plunkett Donaghy (Tyrone) John Hickey, Deputy Chief Execrtive, ACC, and Johnny Clifford (Cork) at the Stuiday Independent/ACC Ma. of the Match Awards banquet
November 22, 1986 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland