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Mr Heseltine.

Mr Heseltine.

said Labour was wrong on every big decision the country had faced in the last 18 years. Mr Blair would insist Labour had changed. "Believe him if you like. But remember, it's not a car he's selling you. It's your future." In his final rally speech in London, Mr Major said. "This
30 April 1997 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Appeal over house break-ins

Appeal over house break-ins

POLICE IN Dundee are made off with cash and TV appealing for information and telephone vouchers about three separate house worth a total of ClOOO. break-ins in the city on A house in Roxburgh Sunday night-Monday Terrace targeted on the morning. same night. between 10.30 Raiders
30 April 1997 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
+ Leading way in treating diabetes

+ Leading way in treating diabetes

TAYSIDE IS at the forefront of knowledge on the effects of diabetes, a meeting at Ninewells Hospital. Dundee, heard last night. Information collated by the Diabetes Audit and Research in Tayside Study is challenging received wisdom on the disease and suggests a much more hopeful
30 April 1997 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Maritime service seeking members

Maritime service seeking members

THE DUNDEE base of the Maritime Volunteer Service are looking to add to their number, adopting part of a UK-wide recruiting drive, as they strive to become the first fully operational unit in Scotland. For the past year the Tay unit has been operating with a small nucleus of exp
30 April 1997 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
ville burns unit. They were said to be in a stable condition. Two others received minor burns. A statement by

ville burns unit. They were said to be in a stable condition. Two others received minor burns. A statement by

Kemast managing director Colin Edwards said. "It is not clear what happened... Our thoughts are with all those involved."
30 April 1997 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
MAKE THE FUTURE WORK f"SCOTTISH EDUCATION ON IST MAY

MAKE THE FUTURE WORK f"SCOTTISH EDUCATION ON IST MAY

30 April 1997 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
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30 April 1997 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
•- Hei • ghla • (excluding Shirt and Tie) ow. Several Tartans fronor2s hire in Stock Argyle and Prince Charlie

•- Hei • ghla • (excluding Shirt and Tie) ow. Several Tartans fronor2s hire in Stock Argyle and Prince Charlie

Jackets available • oufwith store mar Pe 'huge Also available in boys sizes Iv Iry La 0813 0 14 . ) 7) 5 , :r 6 e 2 e 7 t e 7 orfile CI ‘SSIC MENSIVIE.IIC 5 High Street, Camoustl• . 01241) 852388
30 April 1997 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
Spec dres.e% VOW brides pith a wide range A ce..nrie. and ' , Choc.. Flit Fine. \mininlnients %%el( \ time.

Spec dres.e% VOW brides pith a wide range A ce..nrie. and ' , Choc.. Flit Fine. \mininlnients %%el( \ time.

in( lading 11-15 St leonards Bridge, Craigie, Perth 017.t8 44 3343
30 April 1997 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
cruelty

cruelty

town , ' and villages have little or none. Skater hockey should essentially be seen as an outdoor sport requiring little more than 200 ft x 100 ft of smooth tar asphalt and perimeter wall. The surface could. of course. host innumerable other sports. Surely it can't be so expensi
30 April 1997 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland