Listening to the debate on our native tongue you’d think it’s like Schrödinger’s cat: both dead and alive. But forecasts of its demise are greatly exaggerated – if not entirely wrong
“We are thrilled to partner with Foras na Gaeilge and be part of their great work.”
The Government announced on Tuesday that Conradh na Gaeilge will receive €325,000 in funding to establish and develop the Baile Átha Cliath (BÁC) le Gaeilge project between 2021 and 2024.
Amanda O’Reilly uses a corner of her family home in Cavan Town to spread the Irish language across the world through graphic design.
If you have resolved to get a better command of our native language in 2022 a new book from Ciara McCoy, Head of Irish in St Paul’s High School, Bessbrook should be just the thing!
President Michael D Higgins has welcomed the recognition of the Irish language by the European Union.
Gaelcholáiste Luimnigh has received confirmation from the Department of Education that bricks and mortar are to be set for an ambitious new 750-pupil school building with PE halls.
Christmas has come early for the staff and students of Gaelscoil Charraig na Siúire as Tipperary County Council has granted planning permission for their long-awaited new state-of-the-art school on the site of Carrick’s former St Joseph’s Technical College.
Cill Dara le Gaeilge is inviting applicants for a full-time Irish language executive officer to join their team.