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  • MLA congratulates Church of Ireland Irish Language Society on its 100th anniversary » Inside Ireland
    who is the SDLP Irish language spokesperson said the Church of Ireland has a long and honourable tradition of promoting and using the Irish language in its liturgy going back to the foundation of Cumann Gaelach na hEaglaise the Church of Ireland Irish Language Society on 29th April 1914 and indeed before that date The Church provides services in Irish in all parts of Ireland including Northern Ireland I had the pleasure of attending the Irish language St Patrick s Day service this year in St Patrick s Cathedral in Armagh and I know the Church does it best to provide for Irish speakers in Gaeltacht areas also I congratulate the Church of Ireland Irish Language Society on its Centenary and extend every good wish to the society for the future Dominic Bradley MLA Bhí sé de phribhéid agamsa freastal ar sheirbhís Ghaeilge ar Lá na Féile Pádraig in Ardeaglais Naomh Padraig i mbliana agus cuireadh fearadh na fáilte romham Guím gach beannacht ar obair an Chumainn sna laethanta míonna agus blianta atá romhainn go maire sé céad bliain eile Comments Comments are closed Latest Gaeilge New Irish translation of comic book Asterix gently sends up English customs A new Irish translation of comic book Asterix Asterix i dTír na Sasanach gently sends up English customs and makes references to Margaret Thatcher and not very flattering portrayals of English cuisine the class system and warm beer The series of comics featuring Astérix le Gaulois was written by René Goscinny and illustrated by Albert Uderzo until 1977 when Uderzo did both for another 32 years The first appeared in 1959 and so far around 36 volumes have been released The vloume entitled Asterix in Britain appeared in its original French incarnation in 1966 followed by an English translation in 1970 which carried an apology from authors Goscinny and Uderzo for poking fun at the British Their French perspective of the British was an a very clichéd English one with the inhabitants talking in a very refined way drinking tea at five o clock and keeping a stiff upper lip When the Dalen Books the publishers of Asterix in Irish Welsh Gaelic and Scots began preparing the Celtic editions of Asterix in Britain they said they had plenty of scope to inject some extra humour into their translations with some friendly leg pulling teasing and a nod to national rivalry Antain Mac Lochlainn said Conradh na Gaeilge calls on Ulster University DEL to reverse the decision to end full time BA Irish degree programme on Belfast Campus Conradh na Gaeilge is calling on Ulster University and the Stormont Minister for Employment and Learning to reverse the decision to end the full time BA Irish language degree programme on the Belfast Campus Conradh na Gaeilge claims as many as 50 000 place names in Irish do not have an Eircode Tá suíomh nua againn anois Líofa has new website following last year s security issues Study shows Irish will no longer be most

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  • An grúpa ceoil reggae Bréag ar Rónán Beo @3 Dé hAoine » Inside Ireland
    initially to raise money for local Irish language schools and have become one of the most refined and original of acts their kind Bréag have been together for 21 years and on Friday they will talk to Rónán about their musical journey throughout those years during which they have released 3 albums Beidh Bréag ar stáitse ag an gCabaret Craiceáilte i nGaoth Dobhair oíche Dé Sathairn freisin agus ar Rónán Beo 3 Dé hAoine beidh siad ag insint do Rónán faoina dturas ceolmhar le 21 bliain anuas Bréag ar Rónán Beo 3 ar RTÉ Raidió na Gaeltachta Dé hAoine 25 Aibreán Is féidir éisteacht ar líne ag www rte ie rnag Biography The first generation of urban Gaelic speakers in modern Belfast their Gaelic heritage permeates through their lyrics and music The Belfast public saw the group who regularly played the famous live music venue The Rotterdam Bréag s latest album An Peaca mastered by Robyn Robins former member of Bob Seger and The Silver Bullet Band was released in 2004 Bi lingually stretching the language to new unimagined possibilities and welding it to new musical forms though the weight of traditional Irish songs still lies hauntingly at the bedrock of their sound President of the Gaelic League Comments Comments are closed Latest Gaeilge New Irish translation of comic book Asterix gently sends up English customs A new Irish translation of comic book Asterix Asterix i dTír na Sasanach gently sends up English customs and makes references to Margaret Thatcher and not very flattering portrayals of English cuisine the class system and warm beer The series of comics featuring Astérix le Gaulois was written by René Goscinny and illustrated by Albert Uderzo until 1977 when Uderzo did both for another 32 years The first appeared in 1959 and so far around 36 volumes have been released The vloume entitled Asterix in Britain appeared in its original French incarnation in 1966 followed by an English translation in 1970 which carried an apology from authors Goscinny and Uderzo for poking fun at the British Their French perspective of the British was an a very clichéd English one with the inhabitants talking in a very refined way drinking tea at five o clock and keeping a stiff upper lip When the Dalen Books the publishers of Asterix in Irish Welsh Gaelic and Scots began preparing the Celtic editions of Asterix in Britain they said they had plenty of scope to inject some extra humour into their translations with some friendly leg pulling teasing and a nod to national rivalry Antain Mac Lochlainn said Conradh na Gaeilge calls on Ulster University DEL to reverse the decision to end full time BA Irish degree programme on Belfast Campus Conradh na Gaeilge is calling on Ulster University and the Stormont Minister for Employment and Learning to reverse the decision to end the full time BA Irish language degree programme on the Belfast Campus Conradh na Gaeilge claims as many as 50 000 place names in Irish

    Original URL path: http://insideireland.ie/2014/04/23/an-grupa-ceoil-reggae-breag-ar-ronan-beo-3-de-haoine-106039/ (2016-02-11)
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  • Sod turned for Coláiste Feirste project is ‘red-letter day’ for Belfast’s Gaeltacht Quarter » Inside Ireland
    years of work as the first sod was cut at the Ard na bhFeá site to create a sporting facilities for the Irish language community This project is due to the vision of those within the Irish language community who were able to see the potential of the revival of the language in building community infrastructure The Gaeltacht Quarter is now beginning to move from the potential into the reality with these sporting facilities being constructed I look forward to seeing the Gaeltacht Quarter going from strength to strength as more and more people embrace the language and the community being built up around it Rosie McCorley MLA The Gaeltacht Quarter is the centre for Irish language and culture in the city and is already on the tourist trail Fáilte Feirste Thiar has also received 50 000 from the Council for Slí an Gaeltachta a 2 4 mile trail from the city centre to just beyond Milltown Cemetery to highlight the cultural linguistic sporting literary and artistic heritage of the Gaeltacht Quarter An Chultúrlann the Quarter s flagship culture and arts centre contains an excellent restaurant book and gift shop theatre and gallery Cumann Chluain Árd has traditional entertainment with music craic agus ceilidh Féile an Phobail Europe s biggest community festival with its Spring and August Festivals are particular highlights in Ireland s cultural scene Comments Comments are closed Latest Gaeilge New Irish translation of comic book Asterix gently sends up English customs A new Irish translation of comic book Asterix Asterix i dTír na Sasanach gently sends up English customs and makes references to Margaret Thatcher and not very flattering portrayals of English cuisine the class system and warm beer The series of comics featuring Astérix le Gaulois was written by René Goscinny and illustrated by Albert Uderzo until 1977 when Uderzo did both for another 32 years The first appeared in 1959 and so far around 36 volumes have been released The vloume entitled Asterix in Britain appeared in its original French incarnation in 1966 followed by an English translation in 1970 which carried an apology from authors Goscinny and Uderzo for poking fun at the British Their French perspective of the British was an a very clichéd English one with the inhabitants talking in a very refined way drinking tea at five o clock and keeping a stiff upper lip When the Dalen Books the publishers of Asterix in Irish Welsh Gaelic and Scots began preparing the Celtic editions of Asterix in Britain they said they had plenty of scope to inject some extra humour into their translations with some friendly leg pulling teasing and a nod to national rivalry Antain Mac Lochlainn said Conradh na Gaeilge calls on Ulster University DEL to reverse the decision to end full time BA Irish degree programme on Belfast Campus Conradh na Gaeilge is calling on Ulster University and the Stormont Minister for Employment and Learning to reverse the decision to end the full time BA Irish language degree

    Original URL path: http://insideireland.ie/2014/04/02/sod-turned-for-colaiste-feirste-project-is-red-letter-day-for-belfasts-gaeltacht-quarter-105630/ (2016-02-11)
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  • Co Tyrone councillor welcomes increase in Irish language bursary » Inside Ireland
    she proposed that the council request an increase in funding While no one on the committee seconded my proposal I was delighted that due to the good work of the officers and their preparation of a business case it has now been agreed to increase the bursary funding to 50 of the course fee I hope this will result in more students taking up the offer of the bursary Anything that we can do promote Irish language at a local level is welcome especially in light of recent criticism of the Northern Ireland Executive in a report published by the Council of Europe over how it promotes the Irish language SDLP Cllr Rosemarie Shields Comments Comments are closed Latest Gaeilge New Irish translation of comic book Asterix gently sends up English customs A new Irish translation of comic book Asterix Asterix i dTír na Sasanach gently sends up English customs and makes references to Margaret Thatcher and not very flattering portrayals of English cuisine the class system and warm beer The series of comics featuring Astérix le Gaulois was written by René Goscinny and illustrated by Albert Uderzo until 1977 when Uderzo did both for another 32 years The first appeared in 1959 and so far around 36 volumes have been released The vloume entitled Asterix in Britain appeared in its original French incarnation in 1966 followed by an English translation in 1970 which carried an apology from authors Goscinny and Uderzo for poking fun at the British Their French perspective of the British was an a very clichéd English one with the inhabitants talking in a very refined way drinking tea at five o clock and keeping a stiff upper lip When the Dalen Books the publishers of Asterix in Irish Welsh Gaelic and Scots began preparing the Celtic editions of Asterix in Britain they said they had plenty of scope to inject some extra humour into their translations with some friendly leg pulling teasing and a nod to national rivalry Antain Mac Lochlainn said Conradh na Gaeilge calls on Ulster University DEL to reverse the decision to end full time BA Irish degree programme on Belfast Campus Conradh na Gaeilge is calling on Ulster University and the Stormont Minister for Employment and Learning to reverse the decision to end the full time BA Irish language degree programme on the Belfast Campus Conradh na Gaeilge claims as many as 50 000 place names in Irish do not have an Eircode Tá suíomh nua againn anois Líofa has new website following last year s security issues Study shows Irish will no longer be most frequently spoken language in any Gaeltacht community by 2025 Related Articles No posts found Latest News New Irish translation of comic book Asterix gently sends up English customs A new Irish translation of comic book Asterix Asterix i dTír na Sasanach gently sends up English customs and makes references to Margaret Thatcher and not very flattering portrayals of English cuisine the class system and warm beer

    Original URL path: http://insideireland.ie/2014/01/23/co-tyrone-councillor-welcomes-increase-in-irish-language-bursary-104870/ (2016-02-11)
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  • Gaeilge » Inside Ireland
    progress of the Irish language to the British government for inclusion in a European report An tú an chéad Mícheál Ó Muircheartaigh eile An tú an chéad Mícheál Ó Muircheartaigh eile US Consul apologises for invite oversight to Northern Ireland s only Irish medium secondary school The US Consul has apologised to Coláiste Feirste Northern Ireland s only Irish medium secondary school after failing to invite them to attend the Waterfront Hall in Belfast for President Barack Obama s speech ahead of the G8 Summit in Fermanagh on Monday afternoon Manager of Belfast s only Irish language radio station addresses European Congress in Basque Country The Manager of an Irish language radio station in Belfast has addressed a European Congress in the Basque Country on the situation of the Irish language in the north of Ireland St Brigid s Eve Party Cóisir Oíche na Féile Bríde County Galway Cóisir Oíche na Féile Bríde What effect will the new board of Udarás na Gaeltachta have on the Gaeltachtaí of the country and the language itself The new board for the regional state agency which is responsible for the economic social and cultural development of Gaeltacht regions of Ireland has been announced the first since Udarás na Galetachta s role was amended under the Gaeltacht Act 2012 New Survey says 1 in 8 of NI Population has some Irish Just over one in every eight of the Northern Ireland population has some knowledge of Irish according to figures from the Continuous Household Survey Nuacht na Cultúrlainne Doire Samhain 2012 Nuacht na cultúrlainne Doire RTÉ Raidió na Gaeltachta makes special presentation to Máire Mhic Niallais for outstanding work to promote Irish language and culture RTÉ Raidió na Gaeltachta made a special presentation to Máire Mhic Niallais on Saturday night during the Oireachtas festival in Letterkenny in recognition of her outstanding work to promote the Irish language and culture over many years Féile na Samhna i nDoire agus Ceardlann Scríbhneoireachta Gaeilge i Gallimh Féile na Samhna An Chéadaoin 31ú Deireadh Fómhair Hallowe en festival in Cultúrlann Derry on Wednesday 31st October Senator calls for Irish Sign Language to be recognised by Government Fine Gael Dublin South West Senator Cait Keane has called on the Irish and British Governments to officially recognise the British and Irish Sign Languages Recommendations from public on Placenames Orders Moltaí ón bPobal á lorg maidir le horduithe logainmneacha Beidh an Coimisiún Logainmneacha ag cur comhairle ar an Aire Stáit Donnchadh Mac Fhionnlaoich maidir le horduithe logainmneacha adhéanamh le leasuithe a chur i bhfeidhm ar logainmneacha oifigiúla Gaeilge i gCo na Gaillimhe i gCo Liatroma agus i gCo Longfoirt An Coimisiún Logainmneacha intends to advise State Minister Dinny McGinley TD to declare by order the official Irish language translations of placenames in County Galway County Leitrim and County Longford Salomé i gCultúrlann Uí Chanáin Beidh an dráma nua chumtha Salomé ag cur tús le camchuairt tíre i gCultúrlann Uí Chanáin ar An Déardaoin 25ú Deireadh Fómhair ag 8pm Stormont Minister launches

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  • Inside Ireland
    After Marriage Bill signed into law it is now time for marriage equality in the North On the day after The Presidential Commission signed the Marriage Bill 2015 into law this week s opinion piece featured the President of USI in the North Fergal McFerran arguing in the week he came out to his family that Stormont should vote next month for equal marriage in Northern Ireland Themed Thursday Beauty Column Blissful bergamot This week s beauty column looks at Bergamot sunshine in a bottle before we soon hear old Winter s Song 14 road deaths across the island of Ireland in October There were 14 road deaths across the island of Ireland in October 2015 October Jobs Roundup Good news by Glassdoor but Derry regeneration to close next year with 18 jobs to go October s employment roundup continues with recent good news by Glassdoor but the Derry regeneration company to close next year with 18 jobs to go As Saturday s final marks end of Rugby World Cup 2015 time to review where now for Ireland As the Rugby World Cup 2015 ends with the New Zealand Australia match at Twickenham Stadium this Saturday our rugby correspondent finds there is plenty to ponder for a below par Ireland An Taisce hails decision by High Court to support its application to stop extended operation of Edenderry peat powered power plant as a real David versus Goliath struggle An Taisce has hailed the decision by the High Court to support its application to stop the extended operation of Edenderry peat powered power plant as a real David versus Goliath struggle Features What has GMT got to do with Chris Martin and DeValera As Irish Standard Time which began on Sunday 29th March has ended with the clocks going back an hour an hour into GMT we take a look at the pioneers of the idea via Coldplay and come across a survey in which 1 of those asked thought De Valera brought in Daylight Saving Time to match his vision for Ireland Themed Thursday Beauty Column The goodness of grape This week our beauty column looks at the glory of grapes in the latest cosmetics Ireland tops pool D and will meet Argentina in the Rugby World Cup quarter finals Ireland tops pool D and will meet Argentina in the Rugby World Cup quarter finals with France beaten into 2nd place taking on reigning champions New Zealand 14 people die on roads across the state in September 2015 Provisionally 14 people died on state roads in September 2015 Paul O Connell says coach journey into the Millennium Stadium on Saturday was fantastic with all the Irish supporters in the streets Paul O Connell who captained Ireland in his 14th Rugby World Cup at the Rugby World Cup has said that the coach journey into the Millennium Stadium on Saturday was fantastic with all the Irish supporters in the streets September Employment Round up Up to 25 jobs for The Hire

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  • ryder cup » Inside Ireland
    events in Irish cities outside Dublin Lifestyle One4all launches first Irish Retail Week Comment and Opinion Opinion Apple and the tax debate Features What is the future of Argos Education and Training Sorry No data so far Environment HSA 18 people died in the agricultural industry in the Republic with 4 of them children Gaeilge Conradh na Gaeilge calls on Ulster University DEL to reverse the decision to end full time BA Irish degree programme on Belfast Campus Home raquo ryder cup ryder cup November 29 2011 Share Tweet By Alix Comments Latest Opinion Apple and the tax debate In this week s opinion piece Ian Parsley turns its attention to some famous multinationals and the tax debate What is the future of Argos This week we ask about the future of British catalogue retailer Argos with a possible takeover of the company on the cards February Jobs Roundup Good news for North with a number of jobs announcements Club MTV To Return To Derry This Summer Three people killed on state s roads so far in February Related Articles No posts found Latest News Opinion Apple and the tax debate In this week s opinion piece Ian Parsley turns

    Original URL path: http://insideireland.ie/2011/11/29/2014-ryder-cup-dates-announced-43544/ryder-cup/ (2016-02-11)
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  • FIFA payments controversy has ‘quickly grown into a full scale and potentially very damaging controversy for the FAI’ » Inside Ireland
    be replayed Events leading to payout It was 1 1 that November night in the Stade de France in 2009 It looked like Ireland and France would go to penalties to determine who would to South Africa the following summer A free kick was going over the goalline when the French skipper Thierry Henry keeps it in play with a double handball before crossing over across to William Gallas to score the winning goal sending Les Bleus to South Africa where they experienced an ignominious exit Thierry Henry According to the FIA on November 20 2009 following a negative reply from FIFA the Association responded in writing to say that it was considering referring the matter to the Court of Arbitration for Sport and asked them to reconsider their position A letter was also sent to the French Football Federation asking them to support the position of both Captains that the game should be replayed Hurt of Irish people On November 27 2009 the Football Association of Ireland said they met with FIFA to raise the hurt caused to the Irish people by what had happened the damage done to football in Ireland and world wide and the changes the FAI felt should be made to prevent similar occurrences happening in the future The FAI claimed they left the issue of legal action on the table as FIFA provided no suggestion of a football solution other than Ireland could not go the World Cup The meeting was attended by the FAI CEO John Delaney Honorary Secretary Michael Cody and Legal Director Sarah O Shea for the Football Association of Ireland and by FIFA President Sepp Blatter General Secretary Jerome Valke and Director of Legal Affairs Marco Villiger for FIFA Second Meeting On January 12 2010 the FIA said they attended a second meeting at the request of FIFA in Zurich where Sepp Blatter personally apologised to the FAI delegation for remarks he previously made about Ireland seeking to be the 33rd team at the World Cup Sepp Blatter FIFA President After negotiation FIFA offered the FAI a 5m interest free loan by way of compensation as well as a 400 000 Goal Project grant that was used for FAI Regional Football Centres On January 15 2010 an agreement drawn up by FIFA was executed by the Football Association of Ireland and FIFA At all times the FAI Board were kept informed of the various meetings with FIFA and the agreements entered into FAI Statement June 5th 2015 The FAI alleged that the 5m was lodged into the FAI s National Irish Bank deposit and was used to make payments to New Stadium Ltd trading name for Aviva Stadium management company on February 25 and March 26 of 2010 According to the FAI in 2011 the loan was reduced to 4m In 2013 the remaining 4m was reduced to nil as a result of non qualification for the World Cup South Africa in 2010 and the World Cup Brazil in 2014

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