Wednesday 23 August at 07:00

A national rugby team need help to fund their dream trip to the world cup. Members of Wales Deaf Rugby Union team want the chance to compete in the Sevens Deaf World Cup in Australia in April 2018. But getting the squad and backroom staff there will cost £30,000. The team gets no official sponsorship and pay all their own expenses including for travel, accommodation and sportswear. The charity

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Fri 04 August
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Thu 03 August
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Wed 02 August
Deaf cyclist who is making touring more accessible
Tue 01 August
GB swimmers set British record at Deaflympics

Tuesday 22 August

A Gourmet Burger Kitchen customer has branded the chain a 'disgrace' after witnessing a manager throw a deaf man out of the restaurant. Louise DeNew says she was inside the Wimbledon branch of the restaurant in London on Saturday afternoon when a "middle-aged deaf gentleman and his wife" were thrown out - 'because they had a hearing assistance dog with them.' "The small dog clearly

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