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Ahern

(əˈhɜːn)
n
(Biography) Bertie. born 1951, Irish politician; leader of the Fianna Fáil party (1994–2008); prime minister of the Republic of Ireland (1997–2008)
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A•hern

(əˈhɜrn)
n.
Bertie, born 1951, prime minister of Ireland since 1997.
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FORMER Taoiseach Bertie Ahern has been appointed honorary professor of peace studies at Queen's University in Belfast.
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Jonathan Harvie QC, who represented Ahern yesterday, said: "If you are counsel for somebody you have a more sympathetic view towards him than the tribunal, but I think he was hard done by.
JOCKEY Eddie Ahern will appeal the 10-year disqualification imposed on him by the British Horseracing Authority following the conclusion of a corruption hearing yesterday.
Ahern's solicitor Christopher Stewart- Moore said his client intends to appeal both the BHA disciplinary panel's findings and the severity of the suspension.
JOE BURKE, a member of the so-called Drumcondra Mafia, yesterday rallied to the defence of his old friend Bertie Ahern.
Ireland's ex-leader Bertie Ahern has resigned from his party after a corruption inquiry.
Summary: A corruption tribunal has said that former Irish PM Bertie Ahern "failed to tell the truth" about Au165,000 paid into accounts in 1990s