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r** up and brewery come to mind

r** up and brewery come to mind

up and brewery come to mind With a Taoiseach as passionless as Bertie, is it any wonder the government can't organise a decent party, asks Matt Cooper so how in 10, 20. a 100 years time, will the Irish people remember the way this state organised its celebrations of the millenniu
January 2, 2000 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TRIUMPH AND DESPAIR

TRIUMPH AND DESPAIR

Tribune writers reflect on the stories and personalities of the last 12 months Pages 11-14 1999 IN REVIEW/THE SPORTING HIGHS Bringing Bobbyjo home with style NATIONAL TREASURE/John O'Brien THE victory was stylish and impressive and the horsemanship of the highest quality, yet th
January 2, 2000 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Skopje goal a picture we all

Skopje goal a picture we all

remember BANANA SKIN REPUSLIC/David ITS IMPOSSIBLE to believe that in the past two months, Mick McCarthy hasn't rummaged around his house for a picture of the moment that should have made his year. On 10 October, the morning after Ireland had conceded a 94th-minute equaliser in
January 2, 2000 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
John O'Brien

John O'Brien

entries for the race must be truly thankful. With James Bowes' hugely talented gelding out of the equation, the others can now look forward to the event in the knowledge that their entrants will race off or near to their correct handicap mark. It is easy to sympathise with the d
January 2, 2000 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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January 2, 2000 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WORLD NEWS

WORLD NEWS

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January 2, 2000 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
World War I had its fair share of heroism, but it also unleashed wanton butchery, not least amongst the Irish

World War I had its fair share of heroism, but it also unleashed wanton butchery, not least amongst the Irish

TIE 20th century can claim to be the century of unprecedented scientific and technological progress. But even this pace of change is likely to be eclipsed in the future. One can only hope that another unprecedented achievement of the century, the scale of mass killing, will not
January 2, 2000 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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January 2, 2000 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
The Sunday Tribune • 2 January 2000

The Sunday Tribune • 2 January 2000

January 2, 2000 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SUBSTANTIAL TAX SAVINGS FOR A INVESTORS'- - lIY:a:MOST SPECTACULAR • LOPMENT FINAL OPPORTUNITY TO INVEST IN S. 48 SAVE UP

SUBSTANTIAL TAX SAVINGS FOR A INVESTORS'- - lIY:a:MOST SPECTACULAR • LOPMENT FINAL OPPORTUNITY TO INVEST IN S. 48 SAVE UP

TO £4SK ON TAX THIS YEAR INVESTMENT OFFSETTABLE AGAINST ALL INCOME - PAYE AND RENTAL INCOME MORTGAGE INTEREST FULLY ALLOWABLE ARCHITECT-DESIGNED VILLAS AND APARTMENTS RANGING IN SIZE FROM 900FT 2 . TO 1 SOOFT 2 0 SPACIOUS HIGH-SPEC INTERIORS, HARDWOOD FLOORS, JACUZZIS, SATELLITE
January 2, 2000 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland