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NIGERIAN PRINCE Obie chairman Malcolm Reid the Okehi has dropped his interest in aquiring Dundee Football Nigerian interest in Dundee

NIGERIAN PRINCE Obie chairman Malcolm Reid the Okehi has dropped his interest in aquiring Dundee Football Nigerian interest in Dundee

ends time they are looking for as they ponder the wisdom and Club. writes Steve Bruce. viability of mounting a American based Okehi had of such a move—including "A number of factors have wants more than £2 million for on my interest in Dundee and management buy-out at Dens been
01 January 1996 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
RECENT ISSUES

RECENT ISSUES

Airtours 99. Avis Europe 313 up 3; BAA pp 106 dn I; Barry Wets 132, Br. Airways 159 up BP pp 74 dn I. Bel'winch 93, Brooks Sys 115. Cam• brides 47 dm 2, Capital 193 up 7. Church ICIII 103 dn f. Eurocel. Reg. 269; 113. Pletcher Kg 175 dn 5. Crest 245 up 2. Guthrie Hard Rock A 111
18 February 1988 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Dundee

Dundee

CALEDONIAN MARTS (STIRLING). Ltd., had forward 78 prong cattle. 326 hoggets and ewes and six pigs at yesterday. Top price was 121p9k (twice) fora Lim X heifer from G Carnegie, Carrot, and a Char heifer consigned by L. Watson & Son. Dalhousie, purchased by A. B Nicoll. Locher..
18 February 1988 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Watch bills, M.P. tells parents

Watch bills, M.P. tells parents

EAST ANGUS M.P. Andrew Welsh is "Anyone can phone this number and alerting parents to watch their tele- lam concerned that schoolchildren are phone bills carefully in case their involved. The calls will be charged at children are enticed into a porno- London prices and parents s
18 February 1988 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Duchess to help fight disease

Duchess to help fight disease

THE DUCHESS of York has promised to try to help thousands of people suffering from the mystery wasting disease that killed film star David Niven. - have seen the effects and can scarcely imagine a more devastating affliction," said the duchess, who became patron of the Motor Neu
18 February 1988 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
QUOTE• Dot emmulth to do good; ow moot do it in the ' right way. —John Morley. We have been ruined by the "nannie" state

QUOTE• Dot emmulth to do good; ow moot do it in the ' right way. —John Morley. We have been ruined by the "nannie" state

Sir,—lt is futile of the Government to rail at the trendy clergy of England when the greatest destabiliser of society has been the state. The duty of the clergy is to preach the Word of God and hold men to His will and His commandments, so that a Christian society can be sustain
18 February 1988 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Shake-up planned for the corridors of power

Shake-up planned for the corridors of power

In recent years top civil servants like him have attracted widespread public hostility mainly because of their success in improving their own pay (with index linking) and conditions, regardless of the state of the economy. There is also suspicion about their alleged ability to m
18 February 1988 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Scargill opposes new bill

Scargill opposes new bill

MINERS' LEADER Arthur Scargill says he is prepared to defy the law and go to jail to oppose the Government's forthcoming Employment Bill. Mr Scargill, recently re-elected with a reduced majority as president of the National Union of Mineworkers, believes a clause in the bill see
18 February 1988 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland