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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)

A•hern

(əˈhɜrn)
n.
Bertie, born 1951, prime minister of Ireland since 1997.
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FORMER Taoiseach Bertie Ahern has vowed to defend his honour in front of the Banking Inquiry.
Parsons is pleased to announce that it has promoted Thomas Tom Ahern to Vice President, Director of Contracts for Operational Shared Services (OSS).
FIANNA Fail have refused to condemn an attack on ex-Taoiseach Bertie Ahern.
But Ahern does three things that reflect his integrity:
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.
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.
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
The departure, on 6 May, of Irish Prime Minister Bertie Ahern should not be too harmful to the referendum on the Lisbon Treaty, planned for 12 June.
BERTIE Ahern was forced to resign as the Irish Republic's Taoiseach yesterday because of a deepening scandal about his financial affairs.
IRELAND'S prime minister Bertie Ahern yesterday announced he will resign amid a deepening scandal over his finances.