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Abortion law changes attacked by 150 MPs TouT

Abortion law changes attacked by 150 MPs TouT

Abortion law changes attacked by 150 MPs POWERFUL Parliamentary opposition against moves to restrict Britain's abortion laws have come today in a major all-party motion backed by more_than 130 KN. - It follows the week-end attack on the British Medical Association by Health Minis
28 January 1980 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
on opening of account

on opening of account

SHAZI PRICES started the new account on a slightly timer note on Stock Markets today, with hopes of gilts improving in response to further °oversews' assertion that it was determined to eat spending. penny Leaders put on an early or two to take to /177 p and !fogies to lrp.. Eve
28 January 1980 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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6 Belfast Telegraph, Monday, January 26, UM )ivAtf

28 January 1980 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Media accused of prejudice towards NUU

Media accused of prejudice towards NUU

By Paul MaGM THE vice-chanceßor of the New University of Ulster, Dr. WiHaim Cockcroft, has accused the Belfast-based media of prejudice against the lauvernty. Wnting in NUU ' s weekly internal bulletin, he draws attention to recent articles in the Pres., "some speculative, some
28 January 1980 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
The story behind Edith's tales for children

The story behind Edith's tales for children

RETIRED schoolteacher Mrs. Edith Morrison of Whitaabbey is proud to say she's an author by accident About 10 years ago ill health forced Mrs. Morrison to give up teaching and she was then looking around for something else to do. But that "something else" turned up in a rather un
28 January 1980 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ARTS _THEATRE

ARTS _THEATRE

ICYTANieiVTII;II Opining Wet, MA Ist By HUGH LEO, A Irish Currently SMASH HIT of (coodv. BOOKING NOW LYRIC THEATRE "00$ Final week at 8 Sprkp Awakening By FRANK WEDE , Booking doily of Tk, Arts Council Book, Opening Tuesday. Fe at 8 p Crystal and Fox By BRIAN FR (Preytew Monday,
28 January 1980 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Queen's Film Theatre SQUARE MISS Seismic Ammo.) Seism 7 Jaw f ordo, Jo.-es Cow COMES A (AA Men T o

Queen's Film Theatre SQUARE MISS Seismic Ammo.) Seism 7 Jaw f ordo, Jo.-es Cow COMES A (AA Men T o

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28 January 1980 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
1114 smomitsmins SALES

1114 smomitsmins SALES

28 January 1980 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
SENIOR ARCHffECTURAL TECHNICIAN

SENIOR ARCHffECTURAL TECHNICIAN

Salary negotiable around £6,000 per annum. Experience to work with the profession leader at pre- and post-contract stages. The office is part of a large professional practice and the emoluments included with the position are as follows: * Twice yearly solory review * professiona
28 January 1980 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
$5 MUSICAL lIISTRUAIDITS

$5 MUSICAL lIISTRUAIDITS

FANTASTIC &AROMAS All ins bet names la Guitars. Amps. Drums Woodwind. Keyboards. etc.. In our to Itelf-wkir• lisle. • • Drum Outfit. (SOS. Guitars from GI.SO. too Naar to list. CBll this wash et Marcus Musks' Instrwasets. 11S Norte St.. Belfast TN. I . 1•311849 PIANO ANN WIGAN S
28 January 1980 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland