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Cé mhéad? - Retailers encouraged to use cúpla focal for Irish business

1 seachtain ó shin‎ Business Plus ‎
Cé mhéad? - Retailers encouraged to use cúpla focal for Irish business campaign  Business Plus ... ar lean »   buan-nasc »

O'Dowd Reaffirms Commitment To Irish Language Roll-Out

1 seachtain ó shin‎ 4ni.co.uk ‎
O'Dowd Reaffirms Commitment To Irish Language Roll-Out  4ni.co.uk ... ar lean »   buan-nasc »

Young and old celebrate Irish Language Week in Dunloy

1 seachtain ó shin‎ Ballymoney Bubble ‎
Young and old celebrate Irish Language Week in Dunloy  Ballymoney Bubble ... ar lean »   buan-nasc »

Offaly GAA club receives major award for promotion of Irish

1 seachtain ó shin‎ Offaly Live ‎
Offaly GAA club receives major award for promotion of Irish  Offaly Live ... ar lean »   buan-nasc »

No mechanism in place to remove Irish language street signs once appro

1 seachtain ó shin‎ Belfast News Letter ‎
No mechanism in place to remove Irish language street signs once approved: council report  Belfast News Letter ... ar lean »   buan-nasc »

"Give Gaeilge a Go" launched by Lord Mayor of Dublin to inspire use of

1 seachtain ó shin‎ LMFM ‎
"Give Gaeilge a Go" launched by Lord Mayor of Dublin to inspire use of Irish among retailers  LMFM ... ar lean »   buan-nasc »

Cathaoirleach Award for Gaeilge conservationists - news

1 seachtain ó shin‎ Western People ‎
Cathaoirleach Award for Gaeilge conservationists - news  Western People ... ar lean »   buan-nasc »

Learn the ancient Irish language with this new, self-paced online cour

1 seachtain ó shin‎ IrishCentral ‎
Learn the ancient Irish language with this new, self-paced online course  IrishCentral ... ar lean »   buan-nasc »

Irish language cultural course launches unique online way to learn Gae

2 seachtain ó shin‎ Irish Star ‎
Irish language cultural course launches unique online way to learn Gaeilge  Irish Star ... ar lean »   buan-nasc »

Almost 50% of people with Irish language names say they're mispronounc

2 seachtain ó shin‎ IrishCentral ‎
Almost 50% of people with Irish language names say they're mispronounced  IrishCentral ... ar lean »   buan-nasc »