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09 April 2008 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
the World Cup.

the World Cup.

Fran, who has been specialising in pizza for the last eight years, admits that the Italians usually win all these competitions. However, other nationalities could be about to experience a turn of success in pizza making after an American won the margarita category at the Las Veg
09 April 2008 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CHIEF COWEN

CHIEF COWEN

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09 April 2008 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Smiles all around, but legalese is heavy going

Smiles all around, but legalese is heavy going

THE Kennys don't outwardly seem like'a couple having a bitter feud with their neighbours. The pair got take-away coffees before going into the Distillery Building for the resumption of their court case and both were smiling, immaculately dressed. Pat's youthful wife Kathy was we
09 April 2008 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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09 April 2008 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
10 WEDNESDAY 9 APRIL 2008 EVENING HERALD

10 WEDNESDAY 9 APRIL 2008 EVENING HERALD

09 April 2008 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COMMENT

COMMENT

09 April 2008 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
32 WEDNESDAY 9 APRIL 2008 EVENING HERALD

32 WEDNESDAY 9 APRIL 2008 EVENING HERALD

09 April 2008 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
By Caroline Crawford

By Caroline Crawford

ONE in five people still believe they will become a millionaire, despite current economic concerns, a new report has found. And men are almost twice as likely as women to believe that they can make a million, the survey revealed. In a survey of more than 1,000 adults, 17pc said
09 April 2008 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland