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Deoraí Sep 12
***Full music video now live*** Brand new music from Deoraí, ‘Páiste Bocht’ is now live to watch in full here: It’s a story of a child who enters into a new land after a long and arduous journey and the vid was directed by filmmaker, .
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Imelda May Aug 10
After watching on I’m overcome with grief for the language that was stolen from me. The stories, poetry, songs that should be on my tongue. The embarrassment at having to learn like a child my own teanga that should never have been taken away from me.
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Piarais Mac Alastair Sep 2
“If my mother tongue is shaking the foundations of your state, it probably means that you built your state on my land”
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Ciarán MacGiollaBh Sep 2
I was educated at schools that were denied funding and recognition because those in power viewed the language as ‘contentious’. Same arguments made now about visibility of Those views were wrong then and they are wrong now. You can’t compromise on rights!
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Jimi Aug 11
Anyone know how to say a secular hello in Irish?
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Róisín Á Costello Jul 27
Great to finally see this labour of love in print "Courtroom dialogues and feminist legal theory in Irish literature" & thanks to all at for their kind comments and feedback during review
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Biodiversity Ireland Aug 28
The Final - Common Knapweed (Centaurea nigra) agus Mínscoth as Common/Widespread ID Tip: Purple "Thistle" like flowering heads (but no prickles). Leaves are lanceolate. Keep your eyes peeled for our competition announcement!
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Biodiversity Ireland Aug 27
Today's is the extremely pretty Harebell (Campanula rotundifolia) agus Méaracán gorm as Mainly on North & West side of the country. ID Tips: Flowers are delicate, bell-shaped and light blue in colour a very distinctive species.
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Niall Ó Siadhail Aug 2
Learners of Irish: practise your listening and comprehension skills with this brand new podcast by
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Aindréas Aug 2
As true of as it is of , , , and ! The language isn't being 'forced' on anyone - we're just reclaiming our inheritance
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Caitríona Hand Aug 30
Amazing! I didn't know were continuing with this. Fantastic resource for families learning at home. Spread the word!
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Céara Aug 28
Absolutely delighted with the illustrations from ⁦⁩ that arrived with such a personalised touch yesterday. GRMA😊
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Fionnbarra Aug 29
If you’re looking for something to do from 11am to 1pm on Sunday in south Dublin, here’s a sociable walk and talk linked to Flann O’Brien (talk in Irish) Na Cnocadóirí - index
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IrishCentral Aug 24
Ireland is incredibly lucky to have a language that is respected and applauded the world over. We’re celebrating Ireland’s first language this month with a series of useful video guides on how to pronounce some of the most popular terms 💚
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Fulbright Ireland Sep 4
"Fulbright gives you an opportunity to go abroad and use your language in a really innovative and exciting way" As a FLTA Awardee John Prendergast taught Irish & took classes at the University of Notre Dame . While there, he set up their first Club!
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John McCafferty 58m
22 Sept 1633: Bishop Willam Bedell ordains his co-translator of the Bible to that is Muircheartach Ó Cionga [or Murtagh King in English] Later, in a case involving his own son, Ó Cionga would be accused of conforming for an income.
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Siubhán Macauley Sep 5
My first dedicated notebook for since A-Levels. Usually its just scraps of paper I can find on the way out the door if I'm trying to get to Everton in time for classes She's a beauty
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One Two One Two Aug 11
WE ARE LIVE UNTIL MIDNIGHT! We hope you enjoy the film. We had the best time making it, here's to many more! 🙏💪❤️
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Cóilín Duffy Sep 4
Micheál Ó Muircheartaigh awarded the only All-Star for 2020. No better man. Tuilte amach is amach aige
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MotherTonguesIreland Sep 19
Niamh lives in Connemara and speaks as every day. She and her mum Fiona talk Communions, Australia and the need for a good "scáth báistí". Listen at
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