10 years of students flying the flag for the Irish language celebrated at Mary Immaculate College

Pilates through Irish, committees sparking Irish at a local market, and X-Factor through Irish are just some of the activities set up and run by student committees that were presented with a Gaelbhratach.

TurasÓir to Enhance Dublin’s Tourism Offerings for Millions of Language Learners Worldwide

Dublin City Council have teamed up with BÁC le Gaeilge to launch TurasÓir, a new support programme to help businesses in the capital make the most of the growing global interest in the Irish language.

‘Monopoly Junior as Gaeilge’ launched in Letterkenny

Monopoly Junior is a simplified version of the traditional, famous board game aimed at young players aged five to eight years.

Carlow all set to host the 50th Pan Celtic International Festival!

The international Pan Celtic Festival is kicking off Carlow on 2nd of April.

Ireland to send first ever Irish language poet to UNESCO Creative Cities of Literature competition

The Irish language poet will travel to Manchester this December to represent Dublin as a UNESCO city of literature.

How to Gael Podcast: ‘We’re just three friends who happen to be Gaeilgeoirs’

These days, it seems like everyone is ag baint usáide as a gcúpla focal.

CREIDIM IONAT (I BELIEVE IN YOU) IRISH LANGUAGE CAMPAIGN LAUNCHES AT THE NATIONAL ST. PATRICK’S FESTIVAL 2024

Foras na Gaeilge and RTÉ are proud to announce the return of Creidim Ionat (I believe in you), an innovative and collaborative online initiative aimed at nurturing widespread awareness and the everyday use of Irish.

Comedian Bláithín de Burca journeys into the Irish language’s past, present and future in search of wild and wanton women’s words to unlock a uniquely Irish experience of womanhood

Gaels of laughter: How an Irish language comedy group is changing perceptions of Gaeilge

GaelGáirí is a stand-up group with a difference. Performing gigs through the Irish language, they have helped make comedy ‘as Gaeilge’ more accessible and attractive to for a wider audience

Just Eat Becomes First Food Delivery Platform in Ireland to Go as Gaeilge in Its Advertising Creative

New advertising campaign celebrates Irish cultural food occasions.

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