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I'm Radka, fly me to Bulgaria

I'm Radka, fly me to Bulgaria

FROM Bulgaria to Belfast and last week to Ballsbridge for the Holiday and Leisure Fare came Radka Lynn, one of the many people at the fair promising the delights of sun and sea. She is managing director of Balkan Tours and will gladly fly you to Bulgaria, Yugoslavia, Rumania or
February 2, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Crowds flock in for Paddy's parade by FERGAL KEANE

Crowds flock in for Paddy's parade by FERGAL KEANE

SOME 15,000 overseas visitors, mainly from Britain and the United States will take part in the St Patrick's weekend festivities. Special programmes have been organised in over 25 centres and almost every major town in the country is to stage its own parade. If the met men are co
March 16, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
unrest. Are they the soft That so many reasonable people voted recently for industrial action (8K in favour) seems of

unrest. Are they the soft That so many reasonable people voted recently for industrial action (8K in favour) seems of

no importance to you. The inconvenience it is causing. sure enough, is given huge emphasis hut you made no attempt to analyse why so many people voted this way. Donal Coughlan. Dungarvan. Co Waterford.
March 16, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
el • KIERAN WIPE): .¢eneral secretary. ASTI AS a student in an adult leasing certificate class at the School of

el • KIERAN WIPE): .¢eneral secretary. ASTI AS a student in an adult leasing certificate class at the School of

Commerce. Cork. I do not intend to sit my examination if the Department of Education can pro ail on non-teachers to supervise these examinations. Highhanded behaviour such as this on the part of a government department towards any group of workers should be strenuously resisted
March 16, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
St Paddy-whackery and shamrockracy

St Paddy-whackery and shamrockracy

THE Sunda) Tribune has spared no expense to bring readers an exclusive interview with one of Ireland's leading public figures and patron saint. Saint Patrick. • SUNDAY TRIBUNE: Firstly Saint . . • ST PATRICK: Please call me Patrick. if you start calling me 'saint' I will end up
March 16, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COCAINE IN IRELAND

COCAINE IN IRELAND

THE SUNDAY TRIBUNE, 16 MARCH 1986 COCAINE And The Irish Glitterati The plentiful supply of cocaine from South America has caused panic in North America and Western Europe where drug agencies have noted a rapid rise in its use. EMILY O'REILLY finds that cocaine is also increasing
March 16, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COVNACHT: G. MICR ilto

COVNACHT: G. MICR ilto

COVNACHT: G. MICR M. ( (M•9.I. H. K S. HaHaig. (F.IaW. F %mar (Ga1...9. V Dal. (Gahm.). D Flisagsa T. Tient, IGshos)!. T J. Kilian.. iMa.9. P. Kell, (Ga1...9. J Km( (SKltal. Dorkia (M• 91). J. Serie Ma. 9. P. Firle9Rascasnaleal. M. Marti. I.FI 6 (STKJI. (Elver. iDeblial. P. Dow 1
March 16, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RACING: MAYAN REPORT Fowler's Banker obliges by CIARAN KENNELLY

RACING: MAYAN REPORT Fowler's Banker obliges by CIARAN KENNELLY

THE County Meath stable of John Fowler is certainly in form at present as was emphasised when the trainer partnered two of his horses to victory in the most valuable events at Navan yesterday. The three mile long distance handicap hurdle was awarded to Fowler's mount Banker's Be
March 16, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
1. Haby and Roff

1. Haby and Roff

LINDY Chamberlain reached out for Murray Habv's torch. "No," he said, "it's better I go." His two children, inside the Combivan, wanted to know what was happening. "A dog's taken a kid's teddy bear," he told them. To his wife Diana he whispered. "No. it's a baby that's gone." Ha
March 16, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
the body touches the ground. Not a chance. That baby weighed ten pounds. Do you know how heavy ten pounds

the body touches the ground. Not a chance. That baby weighed ten pounds. Do you know how heavy ten pounds

isr Lincoln left the bar. The reporter mused, "The way the parents go on is what gets to me. Their reaction to publicity. les.weird. It's like the Light has shined upon them." Sergeant Lincoln returned. He was carrying a plastic bucket full of red sand. He put the handle between
March 16, 1986 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland