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PAUL BYRNE finds Hollywood legend Dustin Hoffman in relaxed mood holding forth, once again, about women's breasts and how great

PAUL BYRNE finds Hollywood legend Dustin Hoffman in relaxed mood holding forth, once again, about women's breasts and how great

they are. PLUS: TV critic PAT STACEY on Channel 4's Ten Years Younger with Nicky Hambleton- Jones. Pages 44-45
30 November 2006 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
work full time and have a prize of €9.6 m while the young family, requested that other payout is for

work full time and have a prize of €9.6 m while the young family, requested that other payout is for

€97,000. THE latest EuroMillions their win remain private. Both tickets were bought winners have come forward The winners got lucky in Limerick. to collect their €9,652,339 with a€ 4 "quickpick" ticket. A spokeswoman for the prize almost two weeks "I am delighted for our lottery
30 November 2006 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EVENING HERALD THURSDAY 30 NOVEMBER 2006 5

EVENING HERALD THURSDAY 30 NOVEMBER 2006 5

30 November 2006 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
her job back, Ryanair told

her job back, Ryanair told

By Fionnuala O'Leary THE Employment Appeals Tribunal has ruled that a cabin crew member sacked by Ryanair for allegedly falling asleep on board a flight, was unfairly dismissed. Ryanair has been ordered to rehire Vanessa Redmond within the next five weeks. The case came amid all
30 November 2006 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
OUT OF THE BLUE: Stokes harangues Kenny

OUT OF THE BLUE: Stokes harangues Kenny

land," claimed Pat. Late Late chiefs have learned lessons from the incident. "We'll have to up our security on the show. Obviously, this type of thing should not have happened," said Pat. This is the first incident of its kind to happen on the long-running Late Late. "It wouldn'
30 November 2006 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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spend €l9m on school pre-fabs FEARS:

spend €l9m on school pre-fabs FEARS:

By Fiona* O'Leary OVER €l9m has been spent on renting temporary prefabricated buildings for primary and secondary schools this year. This has prompted concerns that "prefab villages" are becoming an accepted norm in Irish education. Each hired prefab is costing the Department of
30 November 2006 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EVENING HERALD THURSDAY 30 NOVEMBER 2006 13

EVENING HERALD THURSDAY 30 NOVEMBER 2006 13

30 November 2006 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
viable alternative to traditional soft drinks. Sales of bottled water in this country are expected to rise to €l4sm by

viable alternative to traditional soft drinks. Sales of bottled water in this country are expected to rise to €l4sm by

next year. Irish people now consume just short of 100 m litres of bottled water every year. Our bottled-water consumption is still below the European average, however, and the industry here sees plenty of room for growth.
30 November 2006 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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THE INSIDER 1 TAME: Podgy and Rodge took to the radio waves Cool dudes Basement Jaxx delighted clubbers with an impromptu set when they popped in the Spirit club on Middle Abbey Street after their recent gig here. Meanwhile, the club will have the Rat Pack, featuring singer Conor
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30 November 2006 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland