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‘Republican agenda’ remarks dismissed as nonsense by Sion minister

A SION Mills church minister has criticised comments made by a senior member of the Orange Order who claimed the Irish language was used by republicans for political purposes.

Ulster Herald
7 Feabhra 2014

Adams offers to meet the Orange Order for parade talks

Gerry Adams has offered to meet the Orange Order to discuss parades in Northern Ireland.

Irish Independent
8 Feabhra 2014

More than a cupla focal needed

I too share the frustrations of Daithi­ MacCarthaigh and Paul Milne (Letters, 2/2/2014) in relation to the Irish language, and encourage you to continue this important debate.

The Sunday Business Post - Litir chuig an Eagarthóir
9 Feabhra 2014

Twenty-one apply for Irish language commissioner role

More than 20 people have applied to take over the job of Irish language commissioner when the current holder steps down early, blaming Government inaction.

Irish Examiner - Niall Murray
10 Feabhra 2014

Adams calls for left to provide alternative

Left must unite to ‘take on conservative establishment’, Sinn Féin leader tells ardfheis

The Irish Times - Harry McGee
10 Feabhra 2014

Irish poet Maurice Riordan finds his voice in London

IN 1970, fresh out of St Colman’s boarding school, I attended UCC.

The Irish Times - Maurice Riordan
10 Feabhra 2014

The Irish (subtitles) question

Sir, – TG4, according to Bernice Harrison, has continued its “inspired acquisitions policy” (Business, January 30th) by purchasing Borgen , a Danish show which TG4 is broadcasting with English subtitles.

The Irish Times - Litir chuig an Eagarthóir
10 Feabhra 2014


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