L1011 wrote: »
The INA is not complete, two major papers are elsewhere - the Irish Times on its own site and the Sunday World on the British Newspaper Archives. There are also gaps in coverage and very poor OCR
Wilhelm III wrote: »
Hi there - I know nothing about nothing, I'm just passing through... but on Googling his name it appears he is contactable through a website called 'writing.ie' - and is listed as a 'writer' and 'pop biographer', perhaps you could contact him through that? I'm sure he would not mind? He might even be able to / be delighted to - help you with your research?
mrsdewinter wrote: »
Dermott Hayes was in the Sunday Press, wasn't he? I don't remember the specific name of his column there.
Dearbhail wrote: »
I noticed there's some missing and it misses so many words on the search. Thanks for the info about the Irish Tines and Sunday World. I'll check those out for any other articles. Thanks
IRE60 wrote: »
I could be wrong - but the Buzz might have been The Daily Star. Having said that contacting them may be futile as all those working there now we being potty trained in the 90's!!!
L1011 wrote: »
The BNA also has some of what the INA has, but scanned much better.
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