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Increase to speed limit on Stillorgan Dual Carriageway
November 24, 2002
THE speed limit on one of the country's most policed and controversial roads is to be increased by 10 mph. The 40 mph limit on the Stillorgan Dual Carriageway ...
Pioneers of the silver screen
November 24, 2002
The Ward-Anderson cinema group is a two family business, with more than 150 screens at over 30 locations around Ireland and Britain

THIRTY years ago, cinema impresario Leo Ward, cut ...
O'Dowd makes point
November 24, 2002
VISITING goalkeeper Tony O'Dowd was the busier of the number ones in this scoreless encounter last night.

Brian Byrne had a couple of chances for the home side in ...
McConnells heads up Danone campaign
November 24, 2002
MCCONNELLS has produced the first Irish ad for French food giant Danone.

The new ad, for Danone's Activa yoghurt range, is part of a 2m marketing campaign for the ...
Daughter in her father s House
November 24, 2002
WHO'D want to be a politician?

Harangued from every quarter.

Accusations flying right, left and centre. Promises made. Promises broken. Couldn't believe their oath. A right shower, that ...
Missing man s photo to go on milk cartons
November 24, 2002
A PHOTOGRAPH of Trevor Deely, the young Kildare man who has been missing for the past two years, is to be printed on milk cartons as part of a publicity ...
There s big money in speaking Irish
November 24, 2002
IF you were one of those people who was ambushed by Charlie McCreevy's abolition of the first-time buyers' grant of 3,800, you are not going to get too ...
Net nominations for Irish bands
November 24, 2002
WESTLIFE and U2 have both been nominated for Interactive Music Awards, the British music awards created to honor artists and labels which have used the internet to attract fans. Westlife ...
November 24, 2002

SO WHO was that skinny guy playing at left-back for Ireland last Wednesday night? Was it a pole?

Was it a rake? No. Amazingly ...
Australia sHarvey plans Irish stores
November 24, 2002
GIANT Australian furniture and electrical goods discounter Harvey Norman intends to open two stores in Dublin by next summer, according to the company's chief executive Gerry Harvey.

At the ...
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