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Growth of Irish language in east Belfast under spotlight

Linda Irvine, wife of former PUP leader Brian Ervine, pictured in east Belfast as she helps bring the Irish Language to the community

Belfast Telegraph - Amanda Ferguson
07 Feabhra 2014

George Chittick Irish language comments ‘pathetic and embarrassing’ – Ó Muirí

Sinn Féin councillor Barra Ó Muirí said the comments by Orange Order leader George Chittick regarding Protestants learning the Irish language were ‘nothing more than an attempt at bullying people’.

Newry Times - Paul Malone
06 Feabhra 2014

Don't tell us what we can do, Mr Chittick

IT was very depressing to hear George Chittick's comments regarding Northern Irish Protestants who take an interest in learning the Irish language as falling for the "Republican agenda" (News, February 3).

Belfast Telegraph - Litir chuig an Eagarthóir
07 Feabhra 2014

Donegal Students Attend Beo Event

Students from a number of Donegal schools were in Belfast recently to take part in the first ever Beo event held in the North.

Donegal Democrat
06 Feabhra 2014

Feachtasaíocht ag teastáil le troid in aghaidh straitéis 'Scoilt an Smachtú'

Is meascán de mhearbhall, fearg agus díomua atá ar Ghaeil na sé contae le coicís anuas agus muid teacht i dtaithí ar chinneadh tubaisteach Foras na Gaeilge.

Andersonstown News - Feargal Mac Ionnrachtaigh
07 Feabhra 2014

A Wonderful Journey

Linda Ervine has been learning Irish for three years and is the driving force behind Turas, a new project that is breathing life into the language in east Belfast.  She talks to Brian Campbell and dismisses a senior Orangeman’s opinion that Irish is part of a “republican agenda”.

The Irish News – Brian Campbell
06 Feabhra 2014

Chapeltown used to have four groceries

Chapelstown, lying in the restful lowlands of the centre of Valentia Island is one of two of the island's villages, the other being Knightstown.

The Kerryman
05 Feabhra 2014

Irish language body was thorn in SF's side

Amid all the fuss over Orangeman George Chittick's "warning" to Protestants learning Irish, we have heard little from Northern Ireland's Irish language lobby.

The Irish News - Newton Emerson
6 Feabhra 2014


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