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Celtic fans outside the Estadio Olimpico in Seville during the Uefa Cup final on May 21st, 2003. Photograph: Michael Steele/Getty Images

Damian Cullen was among the 80,000 Celtic fans who descended on Seville in 2003

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Rachael Akano (16), Margaret Akano (17) and Joy Njekwe (17), with Evelyn Nomayo, founder of Phase Innovate.

Memory Haven, by Rachael Akano, Margaret Akano and Joy Njekwe, wins senior girls’ division at 2020 virtual Technovation World Summ(...)

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Several companies who traditionally run camps have decided not to do so in 2020, and a few others are still in the process of deciding whether hosting camps is feasible. Photograph: Getty Images

Fewer camps are on due to Covid-19, but here are some that may appeal to parents and kids

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From coding to learning a language, sculpture to film-making, all these are taking bookings

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Children are not asking for the sun, moon and stars – they just need time

Ronan O’Gara kicks the winning drop goal in Munster’s win over Northampton in the Heineken Cup   at Thomond Park in November 2011. Photograph: David Rogers/Getty Images

Munster have had plenty of exciting days but none surpass November 12th, 2011

Dry Lent: amazingly, my furrowed brow and disapproving look when my wife pours a glass of wine in the evening have not resulted in her joining my fast. Photograph: iStock/Getty

Dry in the pandemic: After 46 long days, I suspect she’s looking forward to Easter Sunday even more than me

Let us answer your queries about health, work, school, social isolation, holidays and more

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Part of the artwork in Dublin city centre.

New street art in Dublin carries a positive mental health message

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June Shannon wins prize for feature published in The Irish Times

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Cost more likely to be a factor to childcare access in Ireland than in some other countries in the study

Rafal Gierasimiuk, Nigel O’Gorman and Marc Mulhaire from Thurles Fire Station – the overall winners of the Setanta Fire Service Games at the weekend. Photograph: Dylan Vaughan

Inaugural games were culmination of physical and mental wellbeing programme for firefighters

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Share your smartphone usage, and consider how it has changed your life – for better or worse

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‘Everyone I knew had kept going on about how college would be the greatest years of my life’

USI report on mental health finds almost one in four ‘very unlikely’ to seek help

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Roxie the dog. She gets the family’s full attention when out for walks

Give Up Yer Aul Screens: The dog walk is a chance to be without our phones for an hour

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In the real world, many children would probably spend every waking moment on their mobile device if they could. Photograph: iStock/file

Handing a no-holds-barred smartphone to a 12-year-old is a form of child abuse

Monday – Sunday, June 3rd – 9th

Roy Taylor is this year’s Drink Tea for MND ambassador. In 1988, he represented Ireland in the Eurovision with his band Jump the Gun. They came eighth with the song ‘Take Him Home’. However, just over a year ago he received the stark diagnosis of motor neurone disease.

‘Living with Loss’, ‘Virtual Dementia Tour’ and ‘Drink Tea for MND’ among the events in June

Monday – Sunday, May 27th – June 2nd

Janssen, Aware and See Change will present a garden at Bloom in the Park that has been created in collaboration with people living with or affected by mental illness. It is called Grounded.

Gardens and wellbeing, MS campaign, healthcare innovation and milk donating

From Art to Zoo and everything in between, there’s a camp to suit all ages and interests

Monday – Sunday, May 20th – 26th

The Western Trust human milk bank   is asking more new mothers to donate breast milk as stocks are low. Photograph: Eric Luke

Learn to listen better, run for the kidney association, find out about diabetes, and more

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Dialysis patient Sam Kinahan (4) from Baldoyle, Dublin 13, with his parents Ivan and Chloe, and sister Ali (8), at a photocall for the Irish Kidney Association’s ‘Run for a Life’ family fun run at Corkagh Park, Clondalkin, Dublin 22, at 2pm on Saturday, May 25th. Photograph: Conor McCabe

Talk on men’s health, family fun run and patient survey

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