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Tuesday 28 March 2023 Dublin: 8°C

# Inclusive

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# hellhounds
'The other clubs in Cork are delighted to see a new club popping up'
The Cork Hellhounds are a new LGBT-inclusive rugby club.
# Inclusive
All commercial bus services must be wheelchair accessible by 2026 under NTA plans
If agreed upon and implemented it would mean all vehicles would have to be low-floor wheelchair accessible within the next seven years.
# Your Say
Poll: Do you agree with calls for Fireman Sam to be renamed, to be more inclusive?
A fire service in England has dropped the character as a mascot, describing him as outdated.
# privileged position
Sport is inclusive and well-paid sportsmen must meet that standard — Gordon D'Arcy on Folau
The Australia star was sacked by his rugby union over an image he shared listing homosexuals among people bound for ‘hell’.
# Inclusive
Orioles become first pro team to wear braille jerseys
The baseball team were celebrating the 40th anniversary of the NFB’s move to Baltimore.
# fight for your rights
People loved Irish wrestler Finn Balor's big entrance with LGBT fans during WrestleMania last night
Viewers loved his message of inclusivity.
# Autism
'I consider myself a success, to someone else that might mean working four hours a week'
The second annual National Autism Conference is happening in Dublin today.
# Inclusive
NUIG is going to introduce gender neutral bathrooms on campus
The Students’ Union said that it was seeking to ensure a “more inclusive campus” for students and staff.
# Inclusive
'This is a momentous occasion for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender athletes'
World Rugby has signed a new agreement to collaborate with International Gay Rugby.
# career opportunities
Graduates can now find out about companies that are inclusive to LGBT people
There’ll be an exhibit for LGBT graduates at today’s gradireland career fair.
Column: Why it's time to get rid of Ireland's blasphemy laws
Blasphemy laws have a chilling effect on freedom of expression and have no place in a modern democracy like Ireland, writes Michael Nugent.
# Massacre
One year on: Norway remembers victims of Oslo, Utoya attacks
The country’s Prime Minister said the killer had failed in his declared goal of destroying Norway’s commitment to being an inclusive society.