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60 12000 MILE STANDARD SERVICE FIESTA / ESCORT / ORION

60 12000 MILE STANDARD SERVICE FIESTA / ESCORT / ORION

May 24, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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By approving the Single European Act, we guarantee Ireland's future in the EEC. Rejecting the Act would mean turning our back on the most important economic partnership that Ireland has ever enjoyed and leave us isolated. The Act does not affect our neutrality. It does not in an
May 24, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
-here come the real cuts

-here come the real cuts

manifesto and implemented policies practically indistinguishable from those of his defeated conservative opponents. Here comes the new Boss same as the old Boss. But with style. Lange is still in business. The conservative opposition has never properly recovered its equilibrium
May 24, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RETURN YOUR P 35 NOW THERE'S NO EXCUSE NOT TO.

RETURN YOUR P 35 NOW THERE'S NO EXCUSE NOT TO.

Employers: Your P 35 form for 1986/87 should have been sent to by the 33th April. Most employers have already done so and have We-guarded their employees social insurance benefits. Employers who have failed to retum their P3S forms are risking prosecution. If you need advice pho
May 24, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
by GERRY BYRNE

by GERRY BYRNE

IRELAND'S youngest Admiral's Cup hopeful, Mark Mansfield, last weekend continued to prove his ability to sail with the best when he clocked in a convincing third place in the 150 mile Lujain Trophy, one of the RORC's principle offshore races. He was beaten only by Exitanda winne
May 24, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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Dowling (who quit the Abbey on TE THE SUNDAY TRIBUNE, 24 MAY 1987 witnessed the loss, damage and OMING back to Ireland on destruction of many fine talents due the QED a couple of weeks DOIVIIIIO'S . to incomplete preparation. He hopes to take on a second resident designer to jo
May 24, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Reviewed 'Road' at the Project; 'The Black Pool' at the Peacock and 'All Soul's Night' at the Centre for the

Reviewed 'Road' at the Project; 'The Black Pool' at the Peacock and 'All Soul's Night' at the Centre for the

Performing Arts THE only revolution England ever had was a puritan one, and there has since then been a constant puritan strain to English radicalism. Much of the political passion of the English left has derived from a puritan disgust at the wa y the world is, a horror of the f
May 24, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CRITIC S CHOICE OPERA

CRITIC S CHOICE OPERA

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May 24, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
OUT OF DUBLIN:

OUT OF DUBLIN:

Joseph Quilty: Naive paintings of the Burren. Kennys Gallery, Galway. Seamus Furlong: Sculpture. Garter Lane, Waterford. Elaine Cullen: Mixed media works. Corridor Gallery, Lurgan. Rose Barton: Watercolours and drawings. Butler Gallery, Kilkenny. Sean Keating and the ESB: Tourin
May 24, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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84„ , • ALBERT REYNOLDS Its state oil firm CEPE is building a second refinery at Shushufindi at present to produce jet fuel, but much of its crude oil is currently extracted and refined by multinationals such as BP, Texaco and Occidental. The multinationals give the Ecuadoran gov
May 24, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland