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PADRAIG 0 HUIGINN Charlie's Mr Melt

PADRAIG 0 HUIGINN Charlie's Mr Melt

PROFILE: Page Al 6 Barry nets Prince and By Rory Godson The possible flake Ui Cliaohnh-Lansdowne Road doable hit may prove a massive blow to the prestige of Mr Barry's chief rival, Belfastbased Jim Aiken. Mr Aiken has spent five years trying to get Prince to Ireland. Oliver Barr
November 26, 1989 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Chronicle of a ragged city

Chronicle of a ragged city

"MUCH of Dublin now is a A regular contributor in city of gaps, of half-built recent years to the Sunday .... sites, a boom town where the Tribune, Lucy Johnston says mosey ran out half way th- that Dublin has improved in I •.. rough the spree. It's this pro- living standards an
November 26, 1989 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
By Anne-Marie Smyth

By Anne-Marie Smyth

is great. There's nothing like the Dubl wit," he says. Cahir lived in Dublin for 13 years before moving to the States tea years ago. For nearly half that tine he lived a gamekeeper's cottage in the Diddle mountains, where the only noise disturbing the deer and forest animals was
November 26, 1989 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Adoption law change urged on Minister

Adoption law change urged on Minister

rccords. Over 36,000 adoption orders have been made since the introduction of the Adoption Act in 1952. and many more children have been informally adopted. When the act was introduced the anonymity surrounding adoption was seen as necessary to protect the child from the stigma
November 26, 1989 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
INCOME TAX.

INCOME TAX.

V r . ...i n ' 4 ' . , , • Back safe and sound: Marguerite MacCurtin feeds the ducks in St Stephen's Green. Dublin. ___ Pcture by
November 26, 1989 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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NAME ADDRESS. OMER MIME M 6111111111111

November 26, 1989 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Covering the arts in Limerick

Covering the arts in Limerick

SIR -- Maybe next time you cover the Arts in Limerick (12 November) you will gain the opinions of artists, poets, writers, etc, rather than the übiquitous arts ad- ministrator. They have their function. but they don't own us. Samuel Walsh, Ballymacreese, Ballyhetty, Co Limerick.
November 26, 1989 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Tom Bower reports from London on England's most expensive libel trial: Aldington v Tolstoy

Tom Bower reports from London on England's most expensive libel trial: Aldington v Tolstoy

November 26, 1989 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
rice more

rice more

competitive Improving e dicatioe would help America, but (.' on - gress and the President agreed to mtbiect edu- cation programmes to blind Acrossthe-board spending cuts ordered into effect get this —from now until the end of the first week in February. Why then? No other reason
November 26, 1989 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CARLOW v MEATH, Cullen Perk: The fourth match in a week on this pitch - hardly presages the most fluent

CARLOW v MEATH, Cullen Perk: The fourth match in a week on this pitch - hardly presages the most fluent

of hurling. Such considerations will not bother, nor stop. Meath.
November 26, 1989 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland