Category: Gaeilge / Irish Language

AineNiGhlinn

Scríbhneoir Áine Ní Ghlinn ceaptha ina Laureate na nÓg

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‘Tá sé an-tábhachtach go mbeadh daoine óga ag léamh i nGaeilge ar son an phléisiúir’ arsa scríbhneoir Áine le Tuairisc.ie ‘gus í ceaptha anois ina Laureate na nÓg 2020. Is

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Sraith Nua: Cúla4 ar Scoil ag tosú ar TG4

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Tá áthas ar TG4 a fhógairt go mbeidh tús á chur le clár nua Cúla4 ar Scoil ar an Luan, an 20 Aibreán, a chraolfar gach maidin ag a 10am. TG4’s new

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How archivists created this digital exhibition of Conradh na Gaeilge’s history

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A new exhibition that showcases Conradh na Gaeilge’s historical archives is now available to view online. Conradh na Gaeilge (The Gaelic League) is an organisation which was founded way back

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‘Celtic Knot’ minority language conference to take place online

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[UPDATE 24/3/20]: The Celtic Knot Wikimedia Language Conference will take place fully remotely in July 2020! ORIGINAL PIECE: With 20 billion page views every single month, Wikipedia is undoubtedly one

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Seacht ainmniúchán do Fhéile na Meán Ceilteach ag TG4

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Tá TG4 tar éis seacht ainmniúchán a fháil do Ghradaim Torc Fhéile na Meán Ceilteach na bliana seo. Ainmníodh TG4 do sheacht ngradam i nGradaim bhliantúla Barr Feabhais Torc a

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Tionól Gaeilge UCD á reáchtáil den cheathrú huair i mbliana

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Tá Tionól Gaeilge UCD ag teacht ar ais! Tá an-rath tar éis a bheith ar Thionól Gaeilge UCD ó cuireadh tús leis agus beidh sé á reáchtáil arís i mbliana,

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Bádóirí

Stunning Galway Hooker Racing series to return to TG4 – Beidh Bádóirí ar ais go luath

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[Bilingual Article – Gaeilge thíos] Bádóirí, TG4’s series on the famous Galway Hooker boats is set to return in an exhilarating series focusing on eight families sailing Ireland’s oldest and

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Ola

How Ola Majekodunmi is championing diversity and Gaeilge on the airwaves

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Ola Majekodunmi was just seven months old when her parents sought asylum in Ireland from Nigeria leaving four older children back in Lagos. They settled in Ranelagh, Dublin and it

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