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Empathy will make for a more connected society

Ionbha, The Empathy Book of Ireland, is due to be launched in Charlie Byrnes on Friday November 11.

Rugby mates face ultimate test of endurance and friendship.

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First foes, and then firm friends on the rugby pitch, Galway's Damian Browne and Fergus Farrell are now brothers in arms undertaking a non- stop Atlantic rowing challenge.

Connacht Rugby to host ‘Care4Claire’ charity cycle

Connacht coach Andy Friend and Academy manager Eric Elwood will take part in a special provincial-wide charity cycle on Saturday August 13.

Man to take on Croagh Patrick in a wheelchair

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Lester Cassidy is taking on the challenge of a lifetime by climbing Croagh Patrick in ­a wheelchair to raise funds for both the National Rehabilitation Hospital for Adults and Children (NRH) and Spinal Injuries Ireland (SII). On June 25 of this year, Mr Cassidy (43) will take on the mammoth task with a little help from his family and friends.

Galwaymen to embark on epic unsupported Transatlantic row

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One of the world’s foremost extreme adventurers, former professional rugby player Damian Browne from Renmore, along with lifelong friend Athenry’s Fergus Farrell are embarking on a journey that will take them across the Atlantic in 2022.

Grateful Ailbhe wants to give something back with masquerade ball in aid of Temple Street

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The summer of 2013 will be forever ingrained in the memory of Ailbhe Connolly, and that of her family and friends. She was a carefree 18-year-old enjoying the summer before she went into Leaving Cert like many others. However, for Ailbhe, her life was turned upside down all too quickly when she was diagnosed with a brain tumour  on July 12 that year.  


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