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Report may force O'Malley to clip Goodman's wings

Report may force O'Malley to clip Goodman's wings

THE Irish Farmers' Association and the company's former owner Paschal Phelan have both welcomed the finding of a Fair Trade Commission enquiry into the ownership of Classic Meats. The commission's report to Minister for Industry Des O'Malley states that Larry Goodman is "in efec
December 17, 1989 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
to set union

to set union

ruled against them. Previously, student leaders have maintained that whatever the courts say, they would continue to provide information so long as their members demand it. There have been suggestions that unofficial Right to Information groups could take over the role of the un
December 17, 1989 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WINTER SALE

WINTER SALE

Milva Black Leather 2 Seater Sofas s'x2'6" Solid Pine Kitchen Table Large Range of Students Desk 3 Pce Suites in Suede Black Ash Dining Sets 3 Door Black Ash Sideboards Tall 5 Drawer Pine Chests Anke Sofa Bed as seen below Open: Sunday 2-6 p.m. Many, many shop soiled itel reduce
December 17, 1989 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
99 Cape! Street Dublin I -726110 , 734830. 97 Lower Georges Street Dun Laoghaire-800106 !ms at greatly

99 Cape! Street Dublin I -726110 , 734830. 97 Lower Georges Street Dun Laoghaire-800106 !ms at greatly

December 17, 1989 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Floods

Floods

THE heaviest rains to drench portions of the Arabian peninsula since 1974 were responsible for the drowning of at least four people in Oman. One of the victims was a seen-day-old girl who was swept away in howling winds and rain. Maritime storm A VICIOI. S windstorm swamped two
December 17, 1989 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Christmas shoppers picked as targets of thieving gangs

Christmas shoppers picked as targets of thieving gangs

THE £53 million trade in Aileen O'Meara re shoplifting and pickpocketing in Dublin. will not be tackled until police on the beat have greater powers and there are more detention centres for juvenile criminals, the chief executive of the Dublin City and country. and the less Cent
December 17, 1989 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
it AROUND THE WORLD

it AROUND THE WORLD

i t AROUND THE WORLD Shops boss kidnapped RIO DE JAtiEIRO - Brazilian police yesterday surrounded the house in Sao Paolo where the kidnapped •ice-president of Brazil's biggest supermarket chain was being held. The six kidnappers four men and two women, said to be members of a Chi
December 17, 1989 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
The British are determined to carry on sending them back

The British are determined to carry on sending them back

MARGARET Thatcher has decided to continue with her policy of enforced repatriation of boat people despite condemnation of Britain's action from around the world, including the United States. The repatriations were suspended, following the international outcry, to allow the Commo
December 17, 1989 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SOCCER

SOCCER

THE BOOK OF FOOTBALL QUOTATIONS by Peter Ball & Phil Shaw (Stanley Paul, f 7.95 stg) RAYMOND Chandler's fictional detective Philip Marlowe was sitting in the office, bemoaning his bleak surroundings. He described the room as being "as dull and grey as a football interview." Foot
December 17, 1989 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GAELIC GAMES

GAELIC GAMES

GAELSPORT 1990 Official GAA Annual (GAA f 4.50 i THIS year's Gar!sport is the usual pleasant combination of good photography and gently informative text. Aimed at a fairly general market. it concentrates almost exclusively on the big games of the 1989 but also throws in a few go
December 17, 1989 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland