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27 September 2002 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
YOUR HOLE-BY-HOLE GUIDE TO THE BELFRY

YOUR HOLE-BY-HOLE GUIDE TO THE BELFRY

Ist 411 yards (par 4) Nothisig fumy short the hale, a straight par 4 that should require Net ouch sere than a 0-ireo hie the pees. 2nd 379 yards (par 4) weaning gives an indoideting effect iron a new tee tint adds 22 yards to the hole. Accerety is key, arid opt Pryers hit 2-used
27 September 2002 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
6th 395 yards (par 4) A tight driving hole, with weber down the entire left side of the fairway to

6th 395 yards (par 4) A tight driving hole, with weber down the entire left side of the fairway to

the reek sad else a lake that creeps lets the right side. Aa Iran is the see shot, bat a driver leaves a seed wedge to greet. 7th yards (par 3) A short but a large, fantods bunker In the frost and plenty of bumps and grassy bellows to mimeo die appearance of an bland gross surro
27 September 2002 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE prospect of Croke Park staging the 2008 European soccer cham- annual Congress last April. And a top pionships has

THE prospect of Croke Park staging the 2008 European soccer cham- annual Congress last April. And a top pionships has

been GAA source today suggested there was rubbished by GAA "absolutely no chance" of the same motion being brought before a Special sources today. Congress in October. UEFA inspectors "The fact that it was soundly defeated last are due in Dublin spring has taken the next Monday
10 September 2002 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EUROPE

EUROPE

Algarve sunny 23 73 Athens fair 26 79 Barcelona cloudy 29 84 Belfast fair 15 59 Budapest sunny 28 82 Corfu fair 26 79 Costa del Sol sunny 31 88 thunder 27 81 Isle of Man cloudy 16 61 Istanbul sunny 25 77 SERVICES rAiii Roadvratch Kilgobbin Lane remains dosed to through traffic u
10 September 2002 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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MOVERS AND CURRENCIES

MOVERS AND CURRENCIES

NXIMPANY ELAN NOIU TODAY (4) 390 72 4235.57 CHANCE (C)
10 September 2002 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TAXIS BRING SMILES TO KIDS' FACES

TAXIS BRING SMILES TO KIDS' FACES

GAA 'No' to 4 . , f . sl I. JOY: tittle Kyle bay (5) hen C.dsw has with tail elver Themes liensessy et the Tell Myers' lime( sides fries Nowell Swan this pecans: COLIN URIONDAN
10 September 2002 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Euro soccer

Euro soccer

legislation for it being pushed through the Dail this session. Exactly how it will find €2bn a year to fund infrastructural projects was unclear today. One suggestion is public/private partnerships, for example on road projects and possibly road tolls. The agency also might cons
10 September 2002 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Ireland's 'wealthy' laugh it off

Ireland's 'wealthy' laugh it off

~ S!1f~ 47616 * JOHN MEANEY: 'lnflation rising' JOSEPH KING: 'Utopian dream' •••• • • Or ' 1 SANDRA CYBYRNE: 'Poor roods' HAPPY VISIT: Molly Nicholson
10 September 2002 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Price rise hardened public left confused by rich-list prediction

Price rise hardened public left confused by rich-list prediction

BY NICOLA ANDERSON John Meaney, a Dubliner now living in London, said he can't believe the economists. Everytime he comes home, he notices things are becoming more expensive. "Inflation is really beginning to slow down the economy you can see it happening already. House prices a
10 September 2002 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland