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New teacher fails

New teacher fails

to end boycott f lone headmistress by GERRY BYRNE Ni Dhomhnaill's empty classroom, thus justifying her salary. Despite their eager acceptance of the INTOinspired bargain the Recess parents have failed to keep their side of the deal. No pupils have returned to Brid Ni Dhomhnaill
June 21, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
This Week's Birthdays

This Week's Birthdays

7 • MERYL STREER 38 on Monday TODAY 21 Jun• Atlantic Oil shareholder and patron of the arts, Vincent Ferguson is 56. Britain's Prince William, son of Charles and Diana, is five. Irish-American novelist, Mary McCarthy is 75. Michel Platlnl, recently retired French soccer supersta
June 21, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
`He despises almost everyone except Margaret Thate THE SUNDAY TRIBUNE, 21 JUNE 1967

`He despises almost everyone except Margaret Thate THE SUNDAY TRIBUNE, 21 JUNE 1967

June 21, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GERRY THORNLEY Burrows and Mansfield almost there in Cup trials

GERRY THORNLEY Burrows and Mansfield almost there in Cup trials

SAILING: Admiral's Cup Trials in Howth this weekend. Martin's heavy timber craft would look positively Pleistocene by comparison. Leading the pack and an almost certainty for the Irish three boat team is the ultra lightweight brand new 'plastic fantastic' of Richard Burrows, Jam
June 21, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Bleasdale and Peace Pipe part of his back. finished seventh of the ten What A Henry, who took runners behind

Bleasdale and Peace Pipe part of his back. finished seventh of the ten What A Henry, who took runners behind

What A up the running from Henry, but Chris Thornton's Explosive Spirit approachcolt broke his near foreleg ing the final furlong was just before passing the completing a quick 35-1 winning post and Bleasdale double for jockey Mark was thrown to the ground Birch and trainer Pete
June 21, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Australians held

Australians held

A SECOND-HALF strike home in the 25th minute by Martin Grimley secured after a good run and cros by Britain a well-earned 1-1 Peter Haselhurst. draw against world Britain created more and champions Australia on the more scoring chances, but second day of the Cham- their finishin
June 21, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CYCUNO:

CYCUNO:

Brambani retains title DEFENDING champion, Hodge, from Cardiff, and Lisa Brambani, dominated Linda Gornall, from the British women's cycling Clitheroe in Lancashire. road race championship at The race was run in a Douglas, Isle of Man, blustering wind, and the yesterday to convi
June 21, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BORN AGAIN GEOE.GE

BORN AGAIN GEOE.GE

TWITTY homosexual wearing make-up, with dreadlocks and bows hanging out of his Hasidic hat and sporting a multi-coloured dress, he charmed his way into the front parlours of Britain. Bouncy Boy George, who said he'd prefer a cup of tea to sex, posed no threat to Girl George daug
June 21, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ROCK BP FALLON

ROCK BP FALLON

night life. In Culture Club, even a swift toke of a joint had been forbidden. George had always been vehemently against drugs, and had regularly spoken out against them. • Problem But by the end of 1985 it was becoming known that The Boy had a problem. Many months later, the dog
June 21, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Bayer

Bayer

2 BAYER 5 Enriching the quakily Irish life.
June 21, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland