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SKIING is fantastic and exciting, for people of all ages and abilities. The development of the dry ski slope has opened up this sport to everyone, rather than the once "privileged few", and the proposal to provide a major new slope in the Belfast area must be enthusiastically we
20 June 1979 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PINIONAL

PINIONAL

20 June 1979 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
15.1 BUSINISSIS /OR SALE

15.1 BUSINISSIS /OR SALE

20 June 1979 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HELY CHAMBERS

HELY CHAMBERS

PORT-NA-BLAGN wish to appoint an Agent In Northern Ireland for a specialised range of packaging odentatedproducts tOth, klorthiMirieh market. Applications are invited from Companies (or individuals) who have established connections with packaging buyers and who would like to exp
20 June 1979 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DEATHS

DEATHS

20 June 1979 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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1978 RUC chief's

1978 RUC chief's

'report Continued treat Page 1. i The high level of ordinary crime, and the fact that ; road accidents were responsible for more deaths than terrorism was, he said. "a cause for concern". The report said that 81 people had been killed in terrorism it is the first time the figure
20 June 1979 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Bleak future for stranded boat people

Bleak future for stranded boat people

UP TO 13.000 Vietnamese "boat people" in temporary shelter on beaches along Malaysia's east coast face being pushed back out to sea under the Government's n?v, policy of turning away refugees, informed sources said today. But they said probably only about 2,000 might actually be
20 June 1979 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
local hands

local hands

EDUCATION should be put back into the hands of local authorities, Official Unionist MP Mr. Harold McCusker (Armagh) told the Commons yesterday. He was speaking during the second reading debate on the Education Bill, which restores to local authorities the right to choose the kin
20 June 1979 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
- Ships - programmes should be planned so that they work damn hard but get the kind of breaks where

- Ships - programmes should be planned so that they work damn hard but get the kind of breaks where

they visit interesting countries and meet interesting people." he said. Government's action would 'destroy good industrial relations.' He warned that Weekly household income in the province, before tax, averaged £79.14 in 1977, while that in Britain was £92.98, according to the
20 June 1979 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
N-2 CARAVANS FOR SALE

N-2 CARAVANS FOR SALE

Margot++ Caravans SALES MANAGER NAT Holiday Time Offer A Luxury Caravan site at Perim* included alma you buy one of our new (Unwed Nock) Holiday Noma up to Goad Moo. into as ...d Nobday Roma Mad on either ar Tarawa Canvas Parka maces rim DAN NOV AND US= TOURININ Opin weak • am-0
20 June 1979 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland