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# tir-gan-teanga - Saturday 13 February, 2021

'People see it as second grade': Debates continue on laws that could enable citizens to speak more Irish
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# Tír Gan Teanga

'People see it as second grade': Debates continue on laws that could enable citizens to speak more Irish

Feb 13th 2021, 8:00 PM 41,674 Views 194 Comments

The Official Languages (Amendment) Bill 2019 is currently before the Dáíl.

# tir-gan-teanga - Monday 20 April, 2020

Government confirms all Gaeltacht colleges will remain closed this summer
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Government confirms all Gaeltacht colleges will remain closed this summer

Apr 20th 2020, 7:14 PM 27,096 Views 28 Comments

It has sparked concern among those in rural Gaeltacht communities which benefit from the influx of students every year.

# tir-gan-teanga - Friday 17 April, 2020

Fears grow for future of Gaeltacht colleges as summer courses set to be cancelled
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Fears grow for future of Gaeltacht colleges as summer courses set to be cancelled

Apr 17th 2020, 12:05 AM 39,552 Views 118 Comments

Coláiste Lurgan has already advised this years 3-week courses will not go ahead in Galway.

# tir-gan-teanga - Wednesday 6 September, 2017

DUP MP says act for 'failing' Irish language would be discriminatory
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DUP MP says act for 'failing' Irish language would be discriminatory

Sep 6th 2017, 10:54 AM 18,267 Views 96 Comments

Sammy Wilson says the language is in decline south of the border.

# tir-gan-teanga - Monday 12 September, 2016

'We just want to speak our own language, in our own country'
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'We just want to speak our own language, in our own country'

Sep 12th 2016, 7:00 PM 11,529 Views 140 Comments

After the news last week that a barman left his job after he was banned from speaking Irish, Aodhán Ó Deá says he has also experienced negative reactions when he has spoken as Gaeilge.