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Tuesday 26 September 2023 Dublin: 13°C

# Gaeilge

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11 jokes and references only people who learned Irish will get
Is mise Bart Simpson. Tá mo chraiceann buí.
Do we care enough about Irish to keep it alive?
I have next to no Irish and I’m embarrassed by that… yet I don’t think I’ll ever learn.
YouTube absolutely mangled the subtitles on Michael D. Higgins' Paddy's Day address
YouTube doesn’t understand Gaeilge.
YouTube totally mangled the subtitles on Michael D. Higgins' Paddy's Day address
YouTube doesn’t understand Gaeilge.
An 5 rud a tharlaíonn nuair a labhraíonn tú Gaeilge in Éirinn
(Psst… there’s an as bearla version in here too).
Watch these Hollywood stars try (and fail) to speak Irish
Well, they tried.
7 Irish words that don't exist in English
Bit of plámás, be grand.
11 reasons why Irish is the best language in the world
Sure isn’t it a great little language.
"10% of all civil servants should be proficient in the Irish Language"
According to a report by a culture and Gaeltacht committee anyway…
Someone excellently corrected the Gaeilge on this Dublin sign
Don’t mess with this gaeilgeoir.
Someone took correcting this sign as Gaeilge into their own hands
Back to school!
'Irish language for third-level entry shouldn't be a rule', universities told
Only for Irish language courses according to a task group report.
'Curry my yoghurt' DUP MP receives death threat
Over the weekend, Gregory Campbell said he’d treat an Irish Language Act as “toilet paper.”
'Curry my yoghurt’ DUP MP says he would treat Irish Language Act 'like toilet paper'
Gregory Campbell also joked about his earlier controversial comments.
Cad é an Ghaeilge ar u-turn? Government to review bilingual signage plan
The pilot scheme aimed to have Irish and English the same size on road signs.
A lot of people think Enda was wrong to make this guy Gaeltacht Minister
But he doesn’t “take it personally.”
An Post: No, we don't scribble out addresses written as Gaeilge
Feidhlim Seoige’s photo of an envelope with a crossed-out address was widely shared on Twitter.
As of this morning, you can now read RTÉ news online 'as Gaeilge'
Attention: Múinteóirí Gaeilge
Fiddles at the ready: The world's biggest trad music session kicks-off in Sligo today
President Higgins will be on hand to open Fleadh Cheoil na hÉireann.
Opinion: The new Gaeltacht Minister has hit the ground running – despite not being fluent
Joe McHugh has vowed to “fully immerse” himself in the language and tweet his progress. It’s an approach many politicians could learn from.
Opinion: Older people and Gaeilgeoirí are right to be indignant – this Cabinet doesn't care about them
The new Gaeltacht minister isn’t fluent in Irish and the de-prioritisation of older people’s issues has been rubber-stamped; whole sections of society are being disenfranchised.
70-year-old Irish language board closes
Six jobs will be lost as Comhdáil Náisiunta winds up.
The recession is popping up a lot on Leaving Cert papers this year
First they were asked to analyse budgets for families on the dole, now it’s essays on poverty and calculating youth unemployment rates.
11 songs that will take you right back to your days in the Gaeltacht
Fadó fadó Éirinn, roimh theacht don nua-aois…
How many Ballyduffs are there? What about Ballymurphys?
Placenames translator have added interactive maps to its website
March planned in Belfast over 'failure' to protect the Irish language
The Lá Dearg group say that aspects of the Good Friday agreement have not been implemented.
The internet has some excellent Irish language advice for tourists
Express yourself, as Gaeilge.
Tesco is looking at introducing Irish-speaking self-service checkouts
Mír gan choinne sa cheantar mála.
Can you speak Irish? Want to help the world learn?
Duolingo wants to build an Irish database and you could help.
Here's a handy guide to swearing as Gaeilge
Just in time for Seachtain na Gaeilge. (Language is quite NSFW.)
Poll: Is enough being done to support Irish language speakers?
This morning’s column debates whether Gaeilgeoirí being oppressed in Irish society. Cad a cheapann tú?
Column: Are Gaeilgeoirí being oppressed?
A debate has been ongoing about what place the Irish language has in our society. As someone who speaks Irish, I know how hurtful stereotypes about speakers are, writes Maitiú de Hál.
Bláthnaid Ní Chofaigh delivered the biggest TMI you'll read today
Oh holy God.
Ó Cuirreáin has formally stepped down as Irish Language Commissioner
RTÉ journalist Rónán Ó Domhnaill will take on the role from tomorrow.
Column: Why bother learning Irish?
There is enormous negativity about the Irish language, especially in official circles. But it’s part of who we are and we must fight for its survival, writes Rónán Ó Muirthile.
Column: I need my daughter to know I didn't sit back and watch our language die
I took my daughter on her first trip to Dublin on Saturday to participate in the demonstration for Irish language rights. I need her understand her national identity, writes Deirdre Nic Gabhann.
Thousands attend protest calling for increased support of Irish language
As many as 5,000 are attending the protest outside Leinster House this afternoon.
Column: The Government’s attitude to the Irish language is a total sham
It’s bad for democracy when Government picks and chooses what legislation to implement and when they censor and undermine anyone who has an opposing view to them, writes Daithí de Buitléir.
An RTÉ journalist has been chosen as Language Commissioner after 21 applied
An Coimisinéir Teanga acts as ombudsman service to monitor the compliance of state services in the Irish language.
1,000+ for demo over Government 'lack of support' for Irish language
The event is part of a “strong campaign” for the Irish language taking place this year.