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* Star search offers glittering prize as RTE adds twist to Eurovision
* Scand regard for Norway
* RADIO FREE EUROPE/ RADIO LIBERTY
* Guardian Unlimited | Archive Search
* Irish voters reject change to abortion law
* To have loved and lost
* The way we are

Star search offers glittering prize as RTE adds twist to EurovisionIrish Independent
The production company which made Popstars is promising the follow-up show will result in the biggest nationwide trawl ever to uncover new talent. The winning act will secure what executive producer Larry Bass describes as “a huge package” with an international recording deal, the opportunity to represent Ireland in Eurovision and the prospect of being managed by pop supremo Louis Walsh. “What we’re doing is bringing the Eurovision and Ireland’s Eurosong kicking and screaming into the 21st century,” said Mr Bass, of Shinawil Productions. The way in which the Eurovision song is selected will also change, with top songwriters being commissioned by RTE to come up with songs which will then be performed by the contest winners and voted on by the public. What’s described as “the best of contemporary Irish songwriters” will be approached to produce compositions, with names like Paul Brady and Brendan Graham being mentioned. A spokesman for RTE said the impetus had come from the station which wants to change the way it handles the whole Eurovision process, while the success of Popstars demonstrated just how much talent there is here. “I hope it will be more exciting… The winning act will secure what executive producer Larry Bass describes as “a huge package” with an international recording deal, the opportunity to represent Ireland in Eurovision and the prospect of being managed by pop supremo Louis Walsh. “What we’re doing is bringing the Eurovision and Ireland’s Eurosong kicking and screaming into the 21st century,” said Mr Bass, of Shinawil Productions. The way in which the Eurovision song is selected will also change, with top songwriters being commissioned by RTE to come up with songs which will then be performed by the contest winners and voted on by the public. What’s described as “the best of contemporary Irish songwriters” will be approached to produce compositions, with names like Paul Brady and Brendan Graham being mentioned. A spokesman for RTE said the impetus had come from the station which wants to change the way it handles the whole Eurovision process, while the success of Popstars demonstrated just how much talent there is here. “I hope it will be more exciting. And part of the intention is to open it out so a lot more performers get the opportunity to take part,” said Kevin Linehan, commissioning editor for young people’s and music programmes.

Scand regard for NorwayIrish Independent
Sweden was second, Canada third and Ire- land ranked 18th, behind the UK at 13 and the US at 6. Belgium was fourth, probably because of its chocolates. But Norway at No 1? The sad country where they club seals, dine on minke whale burgers and get nul points in the Eurovision? But then again they do have the midnight sun, the Northern Lights, chlorophyll-laden air, free health care (no hospital charges), free education (no creeping university charges), one year paid maternity leave, two months paid paternity leave, no poor people and no beggars at ATMs. But no sooner had the vast empty country won the award than it was being lambasted for one failing after another. People pointed out that booze is even dearer there than in Sweden. That taxes are higher than PAYE taxes in Ireland in the Eighties. That their nanny PC government interferes in everything, even down to how much chocolate a family can consume.

RADIO FREE EUROPE/ RADIO LIBERTYRadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty
Reporting that nearly 1,300 residents of Russia's Pskov Oblast use cost-free visas at the present time, the paper commented that “this is the only case in modern Europe where so many border-area residents use free visas. ” The practice will end on 1 January 2004 in accordance with Estonia's agreement with the EU to begin issuing visas in line with the Schengen agreements. SG
LATVIA CHOOSES LOCATION FOR NEXT YEAR'S EUROVISION CONTEST
Eurovision Song Contest Executive Producer Arvids Babris told a press conference on 25 July that next year's contest will be held on 24 May 2003 at the Skonto Olympic Center in Riga, LETA and BNS reported. Latvian Television's “Eurovision” steering committee voted unanimously in favor of Skonto over the Kipsala Exhibition Center, although Kipsala will be offered to host other Eurovision-related events for the duration of the contest. The European Broadcasting Union also approved the selection of the Skonto Center. Babris also announced that Ugis Brikmanis, who was in charge of Riga's 800th anniversary celebrations last year, was chosen to be the director of the Eurovision Song Contest Riga 2003. SG
LITHUANIA, RUSSIA FAIL TO BREAK ICE ON KALININGRAD VISAS
Chairmen of the Lithuanian-Russian governmental cooperation commission, Lithuanian Foreign Minister Antanas Valionis and Russian Transport Minister Sergei Frank, did not make any progress in resolving the issuance of visas for Russia's Kaliningrad Oblast residents in a meeting in Palanga on 25 July, BNS reported the next day… ” The practice will end on 1 January 2004 in accordance with Estonia's agreement with the EU to begin issuing visas in line with the Schengen agreements. SG
LATVIA CHOOSES LOCATION FOR NEXT YEAR'S EUROVISION CONTEST
Eurovision Song Contest Executive Producer Arvids Babris told a press conference on 25 July that next year's contest will be held on 24 May 2003 at the Skonto Olympic Center in Riga, LETA and BNS reported. Latvian Television's “Eurovision” steering committee voted unanimously in favor of Skonto over the Kipsala Exhibition Center, although Kipsala will be offered to host other Eurovision-related events for the duration of the contest. The European Broadcasting Union also approved the selection of the Skonto Center. Babris also announced that Ugis Brikmanis, who was in charge of Riga's 800th anniversary celebrations last year, was chosen to be the director of the Eurovision Song Contest Riga 2003. SG
LITHUANIA, RUSSIA FAIL TO BREAK ICE ON KALININGRAD VISAS
Chairmen of the Lithuanian-Russian governmental cooperation commission, Lithuanian Foreign Minister Antanas Valionis and Russian Transport Minister Sergei Frank, did not make any progress in resolving the issuance of visas for Russia's Kaliningrad Oblast residents in a meeting in Palanga on 25 July, BNS reported the next day. Valionis said Lithuania cannot revise its EU obligations and will require visas for Kaliningrad residents beginning in mid-2003, but is “ready to be very flexible” and “introduce inexpensive and long-term visas, and develop infrastructure to ensure as few difficulties as possible.

Guardian Unlimited | Archive SearchGuardian Unlimited
When I had a car I used to listen to Classic FM, but the traffic has got so bad I walk or take the tube now. ” He watches more television in Spain because he has time to relax and is interested in learning the language. He recently became obsessed by a fly-on-the-wall Spanish show which captured the trials and tribulations of a group of young Spaniards competing to represent the country in the Eurovision song contest. “It was extraordinary. The whole of Spain became gripped by it and they deluded themselves into imagining they were going to win the contest. ” He is also a fan of new technology, carrying a laptop and Palm organiser with him wherever he goes and having a cable television connection at his penthouse apartment in London’s fashionable Clerkenwell district.

Irish voters reject change to abortion lawTelegraph.co.uk
“Dealing with this issue through legislation will require leadership, something Mr Ahern has so far singularly failed to provide,” added Mr Noonan. The Opposition leader also disputed Government assertions that the referendum outcome would make no difference to the general election in Ireland in early May. Rosemary Scallon, the former Eurovision Song winner known as Dana, who is a Euro-MP, said the wording of the proposed amendment had been “deeply flawed”. In Dublin and its surrounding areas, home to a third of Ireland’s 3. 8 million citizens, a preliminary count showed up to 80 per cent of voters had rejected the proposal. Those in favour of the amendment had pinned their hopes on rural communities, where the Roman Catholic Church retains a strong hold over opinion. But the rural turnout was low.

To have loved and lostTelegraph.co.uk
For Sanderson, who had never loved another man properly before, it was a revelation of ordinary, everyday happiness. For Bogarde, an immature 21-year-old, unwell with diabetes, the arrival of Jacquie, a brisk and slightly older nurse, brought shape and direction to a life that was in danger of drifting. Both men fell dependently, debasingly, in love. It is a skill of both authors that they do not try to make their love objects seem special to anyone but themselves. Drew is a Christian computer programmer from Australia, who refuses to say “shit” even when his body is being poisoned by chemotherapy.

The way we areIrish Independent
But it is not the full story. Look at what has happened to Ireland since the last census was taken. We have arrived in a new millennium where we spend euros instead of pounds, sip mochas at pavement cafe tables, are cared for in our hospitals by Filipino nurses, whizz past Portlaoise and Nenagh on the motorway, sustain a home-produced celebrity magazine called VIP, bring our carrier bags to the shops, get relegated from the Eurovision Song Contest and are rained upon all summer. We hardly know ourselves. The last census in 1996, which recorded a 2. 8pc population increase since 1991, threw up numerous signposts for the subsequent six years. It showed that: * the average household had 1.

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