Ailt as Béarla

More Gaelscoileanna must be opened to breathe life into Iris

1 seachtain ó shin ‎ Irish Times ‎
No new Gaelscoil will open in the State this September in a year which has been designated as Bliain na Gaeilge. That stark fact is not the fault of Bliain na Gaeilge. Such initiatives are hugely positive and welcome but ... ar lean »   buan-nasc »

'I wasn't brought up with Irish'

1 seachtain ó shin ‎ Irish Times ‎
Katie Rose Whelan works as a Comhalta Teagaisc (teaching fellow) in Fiontar agus Scoil na Gaeilge (the Irish language department) in DCU. Katie Rose Whelan: 'The Bliain na Gaeilge campaign is vital in portraying Gaeilge ... ar lean »   buan-nasc »

Blathnaid Ni Chofaigh reveals she's been called a 'GaelNazi'

1 seachtain ó shin ‎ Irish Mirror ‎
RTE star Blathnaid Ni Chofaigh has told how she's been labelled a ?GaelNazi? on Twitter as she strives to keep the Irish language alive. Ahead of the St Patrick's Day festival, the mum-of-four has filmed a special one-of ... ar lean »   buan-nasc »

O Direain - a craggy giant of Aran, and giant of Irish langu

1 seachtain ó shin ‎ ‎
During the mid-1960s, while studying for my Inter Cert, there were many poems on the Irish course, most of which I found uninspiring. One short lyric poem, however, resonated: this was An tEarrach Thiar, or Spring in the ... ar lean »   buan-nasc »

Instant Irish workshop at Kildare town library

1 seachtain ó shin ‎ Leinster Leader ‎
Michael McCaughan, author of Coming Home: One man's return to the Irish language will give a free workshop at the library in Kildare town on Wednesday, March 21 next at 7pm. This is a kickstarter workshop for anyone who ... ar lean »   buan-nasc »

Irish language studies thriving locally

2 seachtain ó shin ‎ Albany Times Union ‎
Aldrich, who wears a wrist band that says, "I love the Irish language? in Irish, attended Irish immersion weekends and found people interested in learning Irish. An enthusiasm for the language eventually blossomed into t ... ar lean »   buan-nasc »

Fingal's 'Seachtain na Gaeilge' now on

2 seachtain ó shin ‎ Fingal Independent ‎
Seachtain na Gaeilge Irish Language Festival takes place from March 1 to 17 and Fingal County Council will be supporting and promoting this and organising a series of events around the county. Mayor of Fingal Cllr. Mary ... ar lean »   buan-nasc »

Belfast City Council votes to support Irish Language Act - N

2 seachtain ó shin ‎ 108 fm ‎
There has been a welcome by interest groups, after Belfast City Council voted to support an Irish Language Act. The issue has been one of the main sticking points in ongoing talks to restore a devolved power-sharing exec ... ar lean »   buan-nasc »

Arlene Foster: DUP not considering Irish Language Act

2 seachtain ó shin ‎ Irish Examiner ‎
Arlene Foster has said the Democratic Unionists are not contemplating introducing an Irish language act in Northern Ireland. The DUP chief said a leaked document on negotiations with Sinn Féin before the collapse of powe ... ar lean »   buan-nasc »

In pictures: Seachtain na Gaeilge 2018 gets underway in Done

2 seachtain ó shin ‎ Donegal Now ‎
The Seachtain na Gaeilge international festival takes place from March 1 to 17, 2018, and a wide range of events is planned for Donegal during the festival. Seachtain na Gaeilge was launched by Cathaoirleach of Donegal C ... ar lean »   buan-nasc »