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I " ~ ~.. .... ALEX HIGGINS Story at a price.

I " ~ ~.. .... ALEX HIGGINS Story at a price.

10 January 1986 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE WINNER . . . Dermot Morgan, as Barry McGuigan, acknowledges the applause of the "fans" during the shooting of

THE WINNER . . . Dermot Morgan, as Barry McGuigan, acknowledges the applause of the "fans" during the shooting of

the "Thank You Very Much, Mr. Eastwood" video last night. Morgan has launched an assault on the British charts with his Irish number one record. Last night, Dermot and friends reenacted Barry McGuigan's world title win for the promotional video. LIZ RYAN went to see the tun and
10 January 1986 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BELFAST-bora snooker star, Alex Hig. gins, is willing to tell all—about his perlife and the snooker world—at a price, according

BELFAST-bora snooker star, Alex Hig. gins, is willing to tell all—about his perlife and the snooker world—at a price, according

to the British press today. The newspaper reported they had been offered the Higgins story for around L3oo,ooo—but said "no." The Indomnitable Jean Rook, of the Daily Express, said: "Ns not paying a thing, I told the worst behaved super slob ever to set foot under a snooker tabl
10 January 1986 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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Ms. Rook said scathingly: "Higgins makes superbrat McEnroe look like supersport I have swallowed all I can. of Mr. Higgins." Higgins caused controversy when be started the match after he turned up with a black eye which be says he received after falling from a horse but there we
10 January 1986 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
£lOO,OOO stolen in shotgun raid

£lOO,OOO stolen in shotgun raid

A SECURITY man was hit over the Lead with a sawn-off shotgun in a £lOO.OOO laid on a supermarket last night. The three man masked gang struck at Dunne's Stores in Kilnarnanap,h, Co. Dublin just More late closing last night. Staff were held tip as the gang cleaned nut the safe, g
10 January 1986 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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the scheme massively In virtually every member state. And the amount of extra butter bought by consumers is considered to ha.e been far too little to make the scheme operate effect is ely. The EEC paid almost £7 a lb. to subsidise the cut price butter in France and over £5 in It
10 January 1986 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Your wish is the command

Your wish is the command

AMERICA'S luxury hotels price range from 85 dollars to 250 dollars a night pride themselves in doing the impossible imenediaately. A hotel industry newsletter cites the Hay-Adams Hotel in Washington DC as outstanding and concierge Gordon Benson says proudly: 'Whatever a person a
10 January 1986 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Joan plays cupid for Linda DYNASTY star Linda E%ans has decided to get married in the spring after Joan Collins

Joan plays cupid for Linda DYNASTY star Linda E%ans has decided to get married in the spring after Joan Collins

stepped in and plaed cupid. Linda, 43, called off her wedding plans to Los Angeles businessman Richard Cohen, 37, last summer. But be proposed again a few weeks before Christmas and she accepted. Linda's says: "Joan asked her if she'd like to stop for a drink at a little cafe ne
10 January 1986 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Cancer fight

Cancer fight

By STEVE BRENNAN Health Correspondent A MILLION pound machine to fight cancer has been gathering dust for two years in a Dublin hospital and is destined to remain idle indefinitely because ol a union cash row. Radiographers at St. Luke's Hospital, the national cancer centre have
10 January 1986 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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10 January 1986 - Evening Herald (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland