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Tribunal of inquiry on the fire at the Stardust, Artane, Dublin, on the 14th February, 1981

Tribunal of inquiry on the fire at the Stardust, Artane, Dublin, on the 14th February, 1981

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Published by Stationery Office in Dublin .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Paginationxxxvii, 633 p., 2 fold. plates, 4 fold. p.lans in p.ocket
Number of Pages633
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19568970M

February 14th, - A blaze rips through the Stardust nightclub, in Artane, north Dublin, killing 48 young people and injuring more than others, primarily from the capital’s northside. It remains the worst fire disaster in the history of the State. November - A tribunal of inquiry into the tragedy, chaired by Mr Justice Ronan Keane, finds the “more probable explanation of the. Attorney General to grant new inquest into Stardust blaze. will be held into the 48 deaths at the Stardust fire, Artane on 14 February a tribunal of inquiry in , was one of arson.

Experimental Study and Theoretical Analysis of Signage Legibility Distances as a Function of Observation Angle. Report of the Tribunal of Inquiry on the Fire at the Stardust, Artane, Dublin, 14th Feb ().Cited by: 8. Report of the Tribunal of Inquiry on the fire at the Stardust, Artane on the 14th February, ( MB) By Dublin Artane Tribunal of Inquiry on the Fire at the Stardust. Abstract. nul Topics: FIRE .

Online shopping from a great selection at Books Store. Books Advanced Search Amazon Charts Best Sellers & more Top New Releases Deals in Books School Books Textbooks Books Outlet Children's Books Calendars & Diaries Advanced. Close to 50 people died in the tragic Stardust fire in Dublin 38 years ago today. In the early hours of Febru , the horrific blaze took place at the nightclub in Artane, on the capital's Northside. Out of the people who attended a disco when the horror blaze happened, 48 people died and were injured. Remembering those who died and the survivors, Dublin Fire Brigade shared a.


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Tribunal of inquiry on the fire at the Stardust, Artane, Dublin, on the 14th February, 1981 Download PDF EPUB FB2

A tribunal inquiry in ruled that the fire's most likely cause was arson, but that was constantly disputed by families of the : Laura Lyne. In the early hours of 14 Februarya devastating fire ripped through the Stardust fire in Artane, north Dublin.

48 people died, and over were injured. 4 OUTLINE On the evening of 14th February the Stardust Ballroom was devastated by fire. Forty eight people died and a further one hundred and twenty eight were seriously injured.1 The victims were mostly aged between 18 and 25 and came from the local areas of Artane, Kilmore and Coolock.

‘Introduction’, Report of the Tribunal of Inquiry on the Fire at the Stardust, Artane, Dublin, on the 14th February   Report dated 30 June As a young architect in private practice I witnessed, at first hand, the Dublin Fire ‘Establishment’ Dublin from public view, without trace, after the Stardust Fire Tragedy.

Arising from the fire disaster at the Stardust, Artane, Dublin on the 14th of Februarythe Oireachtas established a Tribunal of Inquiry to inquire into all aspects of the disaster including the cause of the fire.

A judge has said that no further inquiry into the Stardust nightclub tragedy is required. The inferno in Artane, which happened in the early hours of St. Valentine’s Day in.

Neither did the assembled solictors and barristers representing the attorney general, Dublin Corporation, the next of kin of the dead and injured and the Butterly family from north Co Dublin, owners of the Stardust. ‘Nothing But the Truth: The Case for a New Public Inquiry' is a new report on the Stardust fire disaster.

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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Dublin Tribunal of Inquiry on the Fire at the Stardust, Artane. REFERENCES 1 The Sunday Times, London, 15 February 2 Report of the Tribunal of Inquiry on the Fire at the Stardust Disco, Artane, Dublin on the 14 February,Stationery Office, Dublin.

3 R. Anderson, A. Watson and W. Harland, Fire deaths in the Glasgow area: II The role of carbon monoxide, Med. Sci. Law, 21 (4) () Cited by: Stardust Fire 14th Feb. The fire engulfed the Dublin nightclub "Stardust" in the early hours of St.

Valentine's Day Some attended the disco that night of which would be severely injured and 48 young people were killed. The tribunal found that the owners had acted with "reckless dissregard" for the safety of their customers. February 14th,marks the 39th anniversary of the infamous fire in Dublin’s Stardust nightclub.

Arguably the worst fire in the history of the state, the lack of transparency, enquiry and justice has stirred up outrage and upset among survivors, the public and the families and friends of victims. 48 young people primarily hailing from. In the early hours of the 14th of Februarya fatal fire took place within the Stardust Nightclub, Artane.

Some people attended the Valentine's night. Artane (Dublin) Fire: Tribunal of Inquiry. Seanad Éireann debate - Thursday, 19 Feb   Stardust Fire 14th Feb. The fire engulfed the Dublin nightclub "Stardust" in the early hours of St.

Valentine's Day Some attended the disco that night of which would be severely injured and 48 young people were killed. The tribunal found that the owners had acted with "reckless dissregard" for the safety of their customers.

A tribunal of inquiry, chaired by Mr Justice Ronan Keane, had found “the most probable explanation of the fire” was arson. That finding was formally removed from the.

14th Feb. Artane, Dublin. In the early hours of the 14th of Februarya fatal fire took place within the Stardust Nightclub, Artane.

Some peo ple attended the Valentine’s night disco when the blaze broke out, which resulted in the deaths of 48 young people and more injured. The average age of the 48 dead was just 19 years old. The Attorney General has confirmed that new inquests will be held for the 48 victims of the Stardust fire tragedy.

the Stardust fire in Artane in Dublin. Februaryto a fire. A total of 48 people died and were injured in fire in the nightclub in the Dublin suburb of Artane on St. Valentine’s Day in In the aftermath of the fire, a tribunal of inquiry was set up.

The Stardust was a nightclub in Artane, north the early hours of Saturday, February 14th, – St Valentine’s Day – a fire broke out inside the club leading to the deaths of.

‘Introduction’, Report of the Tribunal of Inquiry on the Fire at the Stardust, Artane, Dublin, on the 14th February Report dated 30 June As a young architect in private practice I witnessed, at first hand, the Dublin Fire ‘Establishment’ disappear from public view, without trace, after the Stardust Fire.

The Attorney-General has agreed to a new inquest into the Stardust tragedy. Some 48 people died in the nightclub fire in the Artane area of Dublin on Valentine's night in The families have continuously called for answers into the cause of the blaze.A tribunal after the fire ruled that the cause of the blaze was “probably arson”, but this verdict was later struck from the record.

Many gathered this evening outside the Stardust site.