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Hit jackpot

Hit jackpot

A Greater Manchester punter won £140.514.25 with a successful £2.50 each way Canadian yester• day. The Ladbrokes client staked £143 on the winners Gazettalong (I 1.1). Scotch Imp (10-11, Blue Bell Music (8-1), Glencroft (7-2) and Chaplins Club (5-1), and picked up an extra L 58,
01 October 1988 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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T SERGEANT SPRITE (2.30) is a seasoned performer well suited by the condition of this event. GRABEL (3.0) is almost impossible to oppose after her easy Thurles win. SLYGUFF (3.30) is a horse on the upgrade from a stable in great form. CAPT. KEEN TRAY. CORR. 2.15 - CASH CRISIS NON
01 October 1988 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Last night's results

Last night's results

330 PMMh eel (Knockdown Asn- Snureen Pearl) (3). 2/1, 1: China Dream (1). 4/1. k 2. Beltyviue ON (6). 4/1, 3: Muttet Gilt (4), 4/1, 4: Johnvilla Rda (5). 4/1. 5, Conan Beg PM (2), 2/1, 6. 'hl. ti, 18.38. Twee fl.ll, 57p, 42p. Forecast f 5.07. Tno fl 2 95. 11$ Lady Ns (Denprnac-H
01 October 1988 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN CORPORATION The Hugh Lane Municipal Gallery of Modern Art Parnell Square. Telephone: 741903. 788751. CHILDREN'S HOUR Saturday Ist October.

DUBLIN CORPORATION The Hugh Lane Municipal Gallery of Modern Art Parnell Square. Telephone: 741903. 788751. CHILDREN'S HOUR Saturday Ist October.

1988. 1130-12 30 Materials supplied. Accommodation limited. Wednesday. sth October, 1.15-1.45 pm. CLAIRE FLEMING (Singer! Harpist) (Ist in Series of five concerts) Latecomers admitted only at break In programme. We regret that very young children cannot be admitted. MILLENNIUM E
01 October 1988 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Capt. Keen 11 times CAPT. KEEN came up with II runners yesterday adn gave 6 of the seven scorers at

Capt. Keen 11 times CAPT. KEEN came up with II runners yesterday adn gave 6 of the seven scorers at

Goodwood. Legendary Dance (5/1) started his Goodwood run to be followed by Fair Judgement (7/4), Glencroft (7/2), Alweehush (2/1), Belle Toll (13/8) and Alkariyh (9/4). His nap Hiberian Gold (5/6) won at Newmarket as did Opening Verse (4/7), while at Haydock he tipped Kashshat (
01 October 1988 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Tom Garvin on National Identity "Irish identity and Irish Literature" in the Autumn issue of Studies - An Irish Review

Tom Garvin on National Identity "Irish identity and Irish Literature" in the Autumn issue of Studies - An Irish Review

36 Lower Leeson Street Dublin 2 Tel 00 353 1 676 6785 Fax: 00 353 1 676 2984 Email: studies(a jesuitie Web: www.studiesirishreview.com Subscribe on line Available in good book shops from Sept 4th
12 September 2006 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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12 September 2006 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LAURA KEEGAN

LAURA KEEGAN

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12 September 2006 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Court in Dublin yesterday after the action against him was adjourned. mAxPlx Tu esday, 1 1 / 2 ftt ident

Court in Dublin yesterday after the action against him was adjourned. mAxPlx Tu esday, 1 1 / 2 ftt ident

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12 September 2006 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
RTE presenter Mary Kennedy with Suzanne Martin (left), Vivian Santiago, and Rosa McAuliffe at the launch of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. ROBBIE REYNOLDS

RTE presenter Mary Kennedy with Suzanne Martin (left), Vivian Santiago, and Rosa McAuliffe at the launch of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. ROBBIE REYNOLDS

Eilish O'Regan Health Correspondent IRISH women were yesterday urged to learn about the real risk factors for breast cancer - although scientists are still in the dark about its causes. Dr Patricia Fitzpatrick of Breastcheck said having a risk factor does not mean a woman will g
12 September 2006 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland