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Legal Challenge regarding dual-language signage block in ABC Council gets underway with High-Court Review in Belfast

Rí-Rá ahead on the airwaves for Irish language chart station

Judicial Review proceedings launched as Armagh, Banbridge and Craigavon Borough Council refuse to approve a bilingual street sign

Judicial Review proceedings launched as Armagh, Banbridge and Craigavon Borough Council refuse to approve a bilingual street sign

Irish Spoken in Belfast Courts as Conradh na Gaeilge challenge Information Commissioner on Belfast City Council refusal to disclose legal documents relating to Olympia Bilingual Signage

Irish Spoken in Belfast Courts as Conradh na Gaeilge challenge Information Commissioner on Belfast City Council refusal to disclose legal documents relating to Olympia Bilingual Signage

Gráinne Seoige, Kayleigh Trappe and Aindriú de Paor named as ambassadors for #SnaG24

Gráinne Seoige, Kayleigh Trappe and Aindriú de Paor named as ambassadors for #SnaG24

A significant step forward in the development of 6 Sráid Fhearchair

A significant step forward in the development of 6 Sráid Fhearchair

Could you speak as Gaeilge for 24 hours? 25,000 students take part in Irish-speaking challenge

Could you speak as Gaeilge for 24 hours? 25,000 students take part in Irish-speaking challenge

ABC Council blocks first ever bilingual street sign, despite ‘draconian’ criteria in own policy being met

ABC Council blocks first ever bilingual street sign, despite ‘draconian’ criteria in own policy being met

Gaeltacht Quarter street signage plan a huge step forward whilst saving Belfast City Council over £185,000

Gaeltacht Quarter street signage plan a huge step forward whilst saving Belfast City Council over £185,000

Belfast Lord Mayor announces Conradh na Gaeilge as his final chosen charity

Belfast Lord Mayor announces Conradh na Gaeilge as his final chosen charity

125,000 km travelled around the world by online conversation as Gaeilge at #Comhrá23

125,000 km travelled around the world by online conversation as Gaeilge at #Comhrá23

Government once again miss out on opportunity to fulfill Irish language and Gaeltacht “ambition” as a small increase in funding announced in yesterday’s #Budget

Government once again miss out on opportunity to fulfill Irish language and Gaeltacht “ambition” as a small increase in funding announced in yesterday’s #Budget

From the Gaeltacht to Los Angeles: #Comhrá23 non-stop international conversation as Gaeilge on a journey around the world next week

From the Gaeltacht to Los Angeles: #Comhrá23 non-stop international conversation as Gaeilge on a journey around the world next week

New Irish Language & Gaeltacht Growth Plan would create 9,000+ jobs and radically change how we promote and protect Irish in the coming decade, calling for State expenditure to increase from 0.17% to 0.4%.

New Irish Language & Gaeltacht Growth Plan would create 9,000+ jobs and radically change how we promote and protect Irish in the coming decade, calling for State expenditure to increase from 0.17% to 0.4%.

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