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Council chief Anne Donaghy says apology to Irish language gr

4 seachtain ó shin ‎ The Irish News ‎
... a verbal apology to an Irish language group would be a "forced act of penance". An independent report recommended that Mid and East Antrim chief executive Anne Donaghy apologise for risking "reputational damage" to C ... ar lean »   buan-nasc »

Soapbox: ROSSA Ó SNODAIGH On Why Music 'as Gaeilge' Matters

4 seachtain ó shin ‎ ‎
I've been running An Puball Gaeilge, the Irish language performance tent at the Electric Picnic, for 11 years; there were 35 bands on this year alone. On another stage called Hazelwoods, Conradh na Gaeilge ? who've just ... ar lean »   buan-nasc »

Appointment of second Irish language officer 'welcome'

4 seachtain ó shin ‎ Derry Journal ‎
Sinn Féin Irish Language spokesperson Councillor Kevin Campbell has welcomed the news that Derry City and Strabane District Council has appointed a second Irish Language officer. ... The new post is part funded by Foras ... ar lean »   buan-nasc »

Plans drawn up for €1m Irish language childcare centre

4 seachtain ó shin ‎ Irish Examiner ‎
Draft plans have been drawn up for a ?1m Irish language childcare centre, whose development was scuppered 10 years ago by the economic downturn. The centre, including a creche, pre-school, and after-school facilities, is ... ar lean »   buan-nasc »

'Feach amach!' for Fionn MacCumhaill on Sligo tour

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"I've been promoting Irish language, music and culture since I was a child," she says. "Now my 17-year-old daughter Lorna is equally involved, and together we came up with the idea for 'Gaeilge Galore ar an Turas Mór.'" ... ar lean »   buan-nasc »

An Irish-language festival is coming to Dublin next week ...

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BOB DYLAN AS Gaeilge ? that's just a small taste of what will be on offer at an Irish language literature festival next week. IMRAM, the Irish language literature festival, is taking place in multiple venues around Dubli ... ar lean »   buan-nasc »

Government defends Irish language funding

1 mí ó shin ‎ Irish Examiner ‎
"The increased investment of over ?67.5m in the Irish language, the Gaeltacht and the islands in 2019 will make a real difference to Gaeltacht communities, in particular, with the largest portion of this allocation being ... ar lean »   buan-nasc »

Séamus Mac Mathúna On Irish-Language Event in Miltown Malbay

1 mí ó shin ‎ Clare FM ‎
Séamus Mac Mathúna, Oidhreacht an Chláir who informed us about the inaugural poetry event in memory of Miltown man Tomás Ó hAodha. The first ever Irish-language event of its kind in Clare will take place on Friday and Sa ... ar lean »   buan-nasc »

#Budget19: The day in quotes

1 mí ó shin ‎ Irish Examiner ‎
?Conradh na Gaeilge are disappointed that Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar, TD, has not done more, especially since we met him in June and discussed the devastating cuts made to Irish language and Gaeltacht funding since 2008, wh ... ar lean »   buan-nasc »

Budget 'fails' Gaeltacht communities – Conradh na Gaeilge

1 mí ó shin ‎ Irish Times ‎
?Conradh na Gaeilge are disappointed that Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has not done more, especially since we met him in June and discussed the devastating cuts made to Irish language and Gaeltacht funding since 2008, which ha ... ar lean »   buan-nasc »