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When the small manufacturer succeeds, we all benefit. In recent years, the critical role of small companies in creating wealth

When the small manufacturer succeeds, we all benefit. In recent years, the critical role of small companies in creating wealth

and employment is better understood. In the U.S., for example, almost 80% of all jobs created during the last decade came from small business. Success doesn't come easy. To begin with, small business doesn't necessarily mean small problems. People running small companies face ex
January 11, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
`Don't join RUC' call splits politicians

`Don't join RUC' call splits politicians

LORNA DONLON examines the row over Catholics joining the RUC, while FIONNUALA OCONNOR looks at the incidence of RUC suicides
January 11, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Border war an

Border war an

enigma VIETNAM and China are fighting again. But what happened in the border clash on 5 January and why it took place at all is a mystery. The Vietnamese say they killed 500 Chinese soldiers who were attempting to seize four hills in Vietnam. China's version was that its troops
January 11, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
his Week's Birthdays

his Week's Birthdays

Bryan Robson, Manchester United and England football captain, is 30. Wrestler Mick McManus is 60. Arthur Scarglll, president of the National Union of Mineworkers. is 51. • MONDAY 12 January Anthony Andrews, stiffupper-lipped actor who played Sebastian Flyte in Brideshead Revisit
January 11, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
J.J.O'MOLLOY

J.J.O'MOLLOY

most passionate Irish advocate of substantial deficit budgeting when it started in the mid-Seventies; Jack Lynch, George Colley and Martin O'Donoghue accelerated the trend, and Haughey was equally irresponsible in office. Not one of them emerges with any credit from the entire s
January 11, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
notice, in current Irish discussion about the responsibility of the state the state is nothing more in a sense than

notice, in current Irish discussion about the responsibility of the state the state is nothing more in a sense than

the personalised will of the community." Irish 'Christianity' is of a particular type. "In Ireland we have got terribly hung up on the relationship between Christianity and morality. We have turned Christ's message into a series of prohibitions every bit as hard and fast as the
January 11, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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Putting

PeggY in the picture In a busy week for Dublin cinemas, MICHAEL DWYER reviews all six new releases including 'Peggy Sue got Married', 'Round Midnight', 'Heartburn', and 'Caravaggio'. Frenchman who became close to several jazz aces and shared his home with one of them, pianist Bu
January 11, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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SEAN McCRUM reviews Chris Wilson's exhibition at the Project Arts centre CHRIS Wilson's drawings are very much tied into where he lives. He was brought up in Glengormley, on the outskirts of Belfast and then studied for a year at the Ulster Polytechnic. He moved to Brighton Coll
January 11, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TOM WIDGER'S RADIO WEEK dong he even claimed that the Fure y Brothers were the best band in Ireland. Indeed.

TOM WIDGER'S RADIO WEEK dong he even claimed that the Fure y Brothers were the best band in Ireland. Indeed.

More seriously though, is it right for critics to be forthright? Do they really have the so-called influence, the power to puncture a new group's enthusiasm? Or, as BP put it, is it "impolite if the critic simply plamises people "in order to be seen as a nice bloke who loves eve
January 11, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
When asked his age three weeks ago, Glennon replied that he was "the same age as our Lord when he

When asked his age three weeks ago, Glennon replied that he was "the same age as our Lord when he

made his comeback". But there the similarity ends for Jim can not get off the ground nearly as well as our Lord did and consequently adds little to our lineout potential. This might not be such a major problem if it were not for the indifference of Lenihan's jumping this season.
January 11, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland