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Gaoth Dobhair brothers kicked out of Glasgow taxi for speaking Irish

A Glasgow private hire driver is under investigation for allegedly refusing to allow two West Donegal brothers to speak Irish in his car.

Donegal News - Seán P. Feeny
10 Eanáir 2014

Loyalists line up to learn cúpla focail at language classes in heart of east Belfast

An Irish language centre has opened its doors, offering a sincere fáilte romhaibh to the people in loyalist east Belfast.

Irish Times - Dan Keenan
10 Eanáir 2014

Teachers and boycott of Israel

Sir, – The Bileog page provides a great service for struggling Irish speakers like myself who are trying to keep our school knowledge of Irish from rusting over completely.

Irish Times - Litir chuig an Eagarthóir
10 Eanáir 2014

Growing appetite among Protestant, unionist and loyalist people to learn Irish language, says wife of former PUP leader

Demand for language 'soaring' in east Belfast. 
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
09 Eanáir 2014

Gaelscoil students to get new accommodation by September

Students at Gaelscoil Eadan Doire will begin the next school year in new school accommodation, the Offaly Independent can reveal.

Offaly Independent
09 Eanáir 2014

Singing astronaut Chris Hadfield to become Irish tourism ambassador

Astronaut Chris Hadfield - famous for singing David Bowie's Space Oddity in space - has become an "ambassador" for Irish tourism.  The former International Space Station commander put Ireland on the map with the first-ever tweet from space ‘as Gaeilge’ last year.

Irish Independent
09 Eanáir 2014

Glasgow cabbie’s rage at brothers’ cupla focail

A student teacher who was forced to get out of a Glasgow taxi for speaking Irish says he had assured the driver he wasn’t talking about him.

Evening Herald – Greg Harkin
09 Eanáir 2014


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