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Norris set to make radio waves

Norris set to make radio waves

CELEBRITY Senator, raconteur, and Joycean scholar David Norris has spiced-up many a public debate, but now he is to turn his hand to comedy live on radio. The Evening Herald columnist is taking part in the RTE Radio 1 series, Crazy Dog Live, which is broadcast on Saturday mornin
21 September 2002 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
FF 'phony poll' tops the bills

FF 'phony poll' tops the bills

FIANNA FAIL spent nearly €750,000 on poster adverts prior to the general election much of it during the notorious 'phony campaign' before the Taoiseach announced the date for going to polls. This was much more than the spending by Budweiser and mobile phone giant 02. Leading mar
21 September 2002 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
STILL A LOT TO DO, IBM Th. Thane& awl Joie Massive /Meg the red deetten =whip

STILL A LOT TO DO, IBM Th. Thane& awl Joie Massive /Meg the red deetten =whip

STILL A LOT TO DO, IBM Th. Thane& awl Massive /Meg the red =whip A Fianna Fail spokesperson said the figure seemed inflated but that the party may have secured discounts for bulk buying. "Election spending will be set out through the Public Office Commission at the appropriate ti
21 September 2002 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Muckross Park 10. Oatlands College. Above, we reveal the 10 next best schools which send the highest percentage of graduates

Muckross Park 10. Oatlands College. Above, we reveal the 10 next best schools which send the highest percentage of graduates

to the capitals two biggest universities: University College Dublin and Trinity College.
21 September 2002 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
GRIM FIND: A forensic officer at the

GRIM FIND: A forensic officer at the

were those of Milly, detectives vowed they would leave no stone unturned in the hunt for her killer. Detective Chief Superintendent Craig Denholm, the Surrey police officer leading the murder inquiry, said officers were now "much closer to discovering" what happened to the teena
21 September 2002 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RELIGION

RELIGION

CATHOLIC CATHOLIC CATHOLIC CATHOLIC CATHOLIC CATHOUC MULTI-D PROTESTANT CATHOLIC CATHOLIC €1,920 €3,180 €2,250 €1,720 Up to €3,000 NONE €2,640 €3,650 NONE Voluntary
21 September 2002 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
NEWS

NEWS

21 September 2002 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
UCD TOTAL %

UCD TOTAL %

21 September 2002 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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21 September 2002 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Fair City star trodding the boards to take on the bard

Fair City star trodding the boards to take on the bard

FAIR City's Arhon Rocca has wound up in the middle of another love triangle. The Dublin actress, who played Jimmy Phelan's jilted girlfriend Tara McCann in the soap, is set to star as lovesick Viola in Shakespeare's classic romance Twelfth Night. But Arhon, who left for Kosovo a
21 September 2002 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland