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Garret crosses the great divide but is put back into line

Garret crosses the great divide but is put back into line

by EMILY O'REILLY CHARLES J Haughey marked his first appearance on the campaign trail yesterday morning... emerging dramatically from the dank Artane fog and into the steamy neon of the Castle shopping centre. For over an hour he became a martyr to the photo-call, putting up wit
January 25, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
• OLD CAMPAIGNER: Garret FttzGerald met ,Waria Kell• in a bakery in Camden Street. Dublin. ►esterdar

• OLD CAMPAIGNER: Garret FttzGerald met ,Waria Kell• in a bakery in Camden Street. Dublin. ►esterdar

Charlie?' came back the respetase. Then it was into Quinnsworth and down eve!, single aisle. He sipped Bovril from a mug, admired the carrots, posed with the bananas, packed a dozen oranges, prodded the fish. nibbled the Ballyfree Farm frankfurter, sniffed at the Mild Curry Soya
January 25, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
6 FOREIGN NEWS THE SUNDAY TRIBUNE, 25 JANUARY 1987 Kohl heads for a slim victory

6 FOREIGN NEWS THE SUNDAY TRIBUNE, 25 JANUARY 1987 Kohl heads for a slim victory

from MARTIN ORIRIIN in Berlin WEST German voters go to the polls today in the general election in one of the worst winters the country has experienced for 40 years. Sub zero temperatures and icy roads will have little effect, however, on the normally high turnout over 80% on ave
January 25, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GET THE YEAR OFF TO A GREAT START VISIT THE MURPHY CHAMBERS MOTOR SHOW. .. 4' Murphy Chambers have a

GET THE YEAR OFF TO A GREAT START VISIT THE MURPHY CHAMBERS MOTOR SHOW. .. 4' Murphy Chambers have a

real action packed line-up 'B7 for you m t. . • • ...... So much so, they're running a rather special motor r show right now. ,/- / Drop along and see Ireland's newest range of cars, / including the Micra, Sunny and Bluebird in all their glory. ---,..: / MURPHY CHAMBERS <-<#, ~,
January 25, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RACING: CROSS CHANNEL ROUND-UP Richard Linley resumes

RACING: CROSS CHANNEL ROUND-UP Richard Linley resumes

JOCKEY Richard Linley, 32, was cheered all the way into the winners enclosure at Kempton Park yesterday after landing his comeback winner by 25 lengths on Robin Goodfellow following a 14 month lay off. Linley suffered multiple fractures of the right leg and extensive internal in
January 25, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BALLYMENA 3

BALLYMENA 3

Ballymena lifted things in the second period and full back Rainey was frightfully unlucky not to score after eight minutes. He broke through from midfield and then chipped over full back McKibbin. He then hacked the ball over the goal line and seemed certain to score until McKib
January 25, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
minimum

minimum

by GERRY THORNLEY A BLOW to the had of one Paul Dean, which necessitated it being swathed in bandages before receiving several stitches in a Limerick - hospital last night, was the only scare story to emerge from the day's club programme. It is nothing for Mick Doyle and co to b
January 25, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WOMENS DIVISION 1

WOMENS DIVISION 1

Wildcats 77, Corinthians 60. 79, TSB, Cork 77. Copps d'Aosta (World Cup event), Cardillo, Italy: Leaders after two runs 1 East Germany 1 (Hoppe-Schaureraummer) 2 minutes, 07.77 seconds: 2 Soviet Union 1 (Kippur-Alexandrov) 2:07.95: 10 Britain 2 (Tout- Armstrong) 2:09.76
January 25, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SOCCER: John Giles profiles Irish international John Aldridge

SOCCER: John Giles profiles Irish international John Aldridge

January 25, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COMING UP

COMING UP

• You don't need to be an expert in music or even to know anything at all about its technique for it to move you profoundly. Its power transcends rational meaning: that's its magic. Which is partly why people since ancient times have sought to analyse and explain it. "Music is a
January 25, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland