There is evidence that the £1.7m confiscated by the government under emergency legislation did not belong to the IRA. A heavy burden of proof lies with the government as legal proceedings begin, and Michael Noonan's career is in the balance.
The Dail began the process of dragging itself out of the mire and making itself more releevant to the electorate. The results have been patchy. By Helen Shaw
Of the first twenty teenagers to be jailed in Loughan House in 1978 all returned to crime and to jail. Several are on heroin, two are dead. By Mark Brennock
Following the burial of Wales by the Irish rugby team, John Reason reviews the Irish perrformance and assesses our chances of winning the Triple Crown and the championship. By John Reason
Bishop Newman: the Mullah of Limerick, by Olivia O'Leary - The bete noir of liberals, Jeremiah Newman, Bishop of Limerick, talks candidly about family planning, the relationnship between Catholic TDs and their bishops, Islam, paciifism and nuclear war.
Baggot Street Crime watch ; Cruise O'Brien And The Lebanon ; The Kerry Babies Tribunal ; Street Traders ; Joyriders ; Beyond The Pale
As Time Goes By, Business Forum, Eamon Dunphy's Diary, Wigmore; Theatre, Cinema, Television, Books, Radio, Cars
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