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BAKER - January 31, 1989, at Queen Charlotte's Hospital, London, to Gemn►a (nee O'Sullivan) and Richard, a daughter (Orla May), a sister for Catherine and Roisin. BARRY - February 6, 1989, to Pauline (nix Evers) and Ted, a boy (Graham Frank). Grateful thanks to all the staff at
February 19, 1989 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
130 X NO 100

130 X NO 100

For Further Information Call 606666 Now And Ask Foe Code 55 (see footnote this par) Commerce Day 198 which raised 125,000 would like to thank all the following people for their sponsorship: The Sunday Tribune, Aer Lingus, Stokes Kennedy Crowley, The Irish Press, A. 1.8., Marks &
February 19, 1989 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
8 DAYS FROM £259 ALL CHILDREN 2 PRICE 15 DAYS FROM £319

8 DAYS FROM £259 ALL CHILDREN 2 PRICE 15 DAYS FROM £319

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February 19, 1989 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
4 THE SUNDAY TRIBUNE

4 THE SUNDAY TRIBUNE

February 19, 1989 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
The portfolio of pictures that won Sunday Tribune photographer John Carlos the Photographer of the Year award SUNDAY TRIBUNE staff

The portfolio of pictures that won Sunday Tribune photographer John Carlos the Photographer of the Year award SUNDAY TRIBUNE staff

photographer John Carlos was judged overall Photographer of the Year, also winning the Features award, at the Press Photographers' Association of Ireland awards on Thursday. •From his portfolio, clockwise from above There's Room on My Horse' (first prize, Features), 'Olivia Trac
February 19, 1989 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
1989

1989

February 19, 1989 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Hans Daams wins stage DESPITE mountainous terrain and sweltering heat, Dutchman Hans Daams won the 172-km first stage of the

Hans Daams wins stage DESPITE mountainous terrain and sweltering heat, Dutchman Hans Daams won the 172-km first stage of the

cycling Tour of the Americas yesterday with a time of four hours 35 minutes 45 seconds. Daams narrowly beat Malcolm Elliot of Britain, who was less than a second behind, with Italian Andrea Tafi third. A field of 89 riders set out on the stage, which began in the central Venezue
February 19, 1989 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
mood, driving his music with a sense of tragic doom but always finding time to mould the pathos of a

mood, driving his music with a sense of tragic doom but always finding time to mould the pathos of a

line and to touch our hearts with a pianissimo gesture. Perhaps Our Lady's Choral Society was a better choir 20 years ago, but after some shaky times in the years since, it was performing with a new authority and a fine subtlety at the National Concert Hall. The soloists compris
February 19, 1989 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
at me at me at me

at me at me at me

And as me grew. He disappeared . • Dublin-born Roisin Sheridan has been a Staff Welfare Officer with Dublin Gas but took voluntary redundancy two years ago in order to paint. She has being writing since 1983, "two of three poems every few months. When I finish a painting now I k
February 19, 1989 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
1988 home loans total £820,000

1988 home loans total £820,000

THE latest Quarterly Bulletin of Housing Statistics from the Department of the Environment shows that in the first nine months of last year a total of nearly £820,000 in loans were approved by the country's financial institutions, compared to £776,000 for the entire year in 1987
February 19, 1989 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland