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Pleasant outlook

Pleasant outlook

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May 28, 1989 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
• The Suzuki Samurai

• The Suzuki Samurai

STILLORGAN Cars, at Lower Kilmacud Road, Stillorgan opened their new showrooms oposite the Millhouse pubic house on Thursday night with a glittering display of the new Suzuki and Proton range. Although they have been in business for one and a half years as part of the MCM group
May 28, 1989 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
AMBROSE GLASS MOTORS

AMBROSE GLASS MOTORS

REHR LANCIA Dealer 1988 Lancia Thema ie metallic grey demo £18.250 1987 Lancia Thema ie metallic green 116.250 1987 Lancia Prisma ie burgundy £10.500 1988 Uno fire white 17.474 1988 Vanette diesel blue 17.950 1987 Regatta 70 blue .17,250 1987 Carina silver, .18.750 1987 Uno Vetr
May 28, 1989 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Helen Lucy Burke visits the Irish Guide Dog Training Centre in Cork and experiences the terror of being alone in

Helen Lucy Burke visits the Irish Guide Dog Training Centre in Cork and experiences the terror of being alone in

the dark URSA is young. black. beautiful. intelligent. and serious. She brought me for a walk in Cork's crowded Patrick Street; in Cork parlance, we were "doing Pana". Ursa, a labrador guide dog, wore a choke-chain and a harness with rigid handle. I wore a blindfold. You need th
May 28, 1989 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
The Art World's Humpty Dumpty

The Art World's Humpty Dumpty

HAVE a listen to this:"Steve Rubell (owner of Studio 54 in New York) called and said he was picking me up at 6.30 with Bianca to go to the Helmsley Palace for the Philip Johnson retrospective exhibition with Jackie 0 at the Municipal Art Society Benefit in the Villard House. Got
May 28, 1989 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ADVERTISII

ADVERTISII

By Eith IF IT wasr then it in even when a liant wea tional horses unprecedente( town for the ar nal and Interni This three-d ways a cornpul equestrian cat last few years, social outing. most uninitial thrills of sh chasing and I one, with an ex phere. But there's the so-called '
May 28, 1989 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ADVERTISING FEATURE Heineken On A

ADVERTISING FEATURE Heineken On A

By Eithne Loughrey IF IT wasn't the Ultimate Event. then it was surely the ultimate in eventing last weekend. when a combination of brilliant weather and top international horses and riders attracted unprecedented crowds to Punchestown for the annual Heineken National and Intern
May 28, 1989 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
High

High

are very well catered for with a creche. bouncing castle and outdoor playground. A self-service restaurant is open all day and there are a number of bars where both punters and competitors can take refuge. TtHE most exciting event hough, and the one to attract the greatest numbe
May 28, 1989 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Wednesday

Wednesday

9.00 10.30 Professional Boxing (Network 2) Noel Andrews is the commentator for live coverage, from the G-Mex Centre, Manchester, of the official eliminator for the WBC Superfeatherweight title between Barry McGuigan and 28-year-old Londoner Jim Mc- Donnell, a former European cha
May 28, 1989 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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May 28, 1989 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland