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West of Ireland heart and stroke charity Croí is seeking people to take part in its next expedition to the Roof of Africa, Mount Kilimanjaro, in June 2012.
An Athlone man became the latest from the town to reach the roof of Africa when he conquered Mount Kilimanjaro last week (September 13) as part of a Simon Community challenge.
An Irish contingent will climb Africa’s highest peak and the world’s tallest freestanding mountain, Mount Kilimanjaro, in order to raise funds for Goal’s Horn of Africa Crisis Response and Cementing Communities, a non-profit organisation established with the aim of empowering communities in the developing world.
Ryanair has launched the first of three new flights to the sun drenched and hugely popular Canary Islands from Ireland West Airport Knock.
In September 2011, the Irish development aid agency Bóthar will send a group of trekkers to take on the challenge of both climbing Kilimanjaro and raising funds for the charity.
Bring the past to life by trawling through those old family photos. A treasure trove of gift ideas usually sit in biscuit tins or in old family albums in almost all homes. These photos very often are locked away “safely” never to be seen again, except on special occasions (so that they are kept safe and sound for future generations).
Kilkenny-born top 10 recording artist Darren Holden has commited himself to the Climb for Kids Mount Kilimanjaro Challenge in association with 2FM in aid of the Children’s Medical and Research Foundation at Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital, Crumlin.
While the arrival of the ash cloud from the Icelandic volcano a few weeks ago might have been viewed as one of the novelties of time that history throws up again now and again, its reappearance this week could cast a darker cloud on the Irish economy.
There was widespread disruption to flights into and out of Ireland West Airport Knock yesterday (Thursday) as a result of a cloud of ash caused by a volcanic eruption in Iceland and the Irish Aviation Authority said restrictions in Irish airspace would continue until 10am today (Friday) at the earliest.