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Portlaoise Action to Homelessness (Path) has collected a year’s supply of sleeping bags from the Stradbally site and plans to give away the surplus to other charities. Path volunteer, Tom Duffy, said they collected 800 sleeping bags on Monday. “We are grabbing two-men tents and we fill them with sleeping bags,” he said. “Yesterday, I brought home six, seven, eight hundred sleeping bags.” He was overwhelmed by the help from the community in Laois. “I have 150 women in Portlaoise ready to wash them. It is a community response,” he said. He has been contacted by charities in Cork, Dublin, and elsewhere, and will donate surplus sleeping bags to voluntary organisations. “I am going to make sure that Path has a year’s supply of sleeping bags, which works out at about 520 sleeping bags,” he said, adding that the extra bags are “no use to anyone sitting in my house”. Mr Duffy accused the Government of “not caring about people”. Having regularly travelled to Dublin to hand out food to the homeless, Mr Duffy said, “there are people starving, there are people dying in this country.
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Hingis bags US Open double with women's doubles title NEW YORK: Switzerland’s Martina Hingis and Taiwan’s Chan Yung-Jan won the US Open women’s doubles title yesterday when they rolled past the Czech partnership of Lucie Hradecka and Katerina Siniakova 6-3 6-2. It was the first grand slam title for Chan but the second in as many days for Hingis, who won the mixed doubles with Britain’s Jamie Murray on Saturday. The victory took Hingis’s career grand-slam tally to 25, including five singles titles, 13 doubles and seven mixed doubles. “Two in two days; I was Michael Jordan’s number 23 when I started here and now 25 sounds even sweeter,” said Hingis, who played the US Open singles final on the same Arthur Ashe Stadium court 20 years ago, beating Venus Williams. “It was an amazing feeling to play here in the singles final against Venus Williams,” Hingis said. “We were two teenagers making the finals playing here for the first time at Ashe Stadium and coming back 20 years later it is a wonderful journey.” Hingis and Chan stormed through the draw without dropping a set and in the final did not face a breakpoint as they simply overwhelmed Hradecka and Siniakova. Fittingly, it was Hingis who sealed victory with a thundering forehand down the line. Hingis and Chan had met the Czech duo twice before this season, winning both meetings including the final in Indian Wells. Meanwhile, second seed Wu Yibing became the first Chinese player to win a Grand Slam boys singles title by defeating Argentina’s top-seeded Axel Geller 6-4, 6-4 in the boys final.
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