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So many quangos, so little Irish

Millions of euro flow into a range of Irish-language educational quangos. But with few people having little more than cúpla focail, it’s time to question the strategy

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The Irish Times - Peter McGuire
19 Márta 2013

State must support Irish language

B’fhearr liom an litir seo a scríobh i nGaeilge. I would prefer to write this letter in Irish, but I know how important it is to reach out to English speakers to explain why the Irish State cannot be neutral about the Irish language.

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Irish Examiner - Litir chuig an Eagarthóir
19 Márta 2013

Lost in translation

We spend €1 billion a year on the Irish language while our children have to travel across continents to make a life for themselves.

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Irish Independent - Litir chuig an Eagarthóir
18 Márta 2013

All this talk about Irish is rubbish

The view in your editorial (Throwing good money after bad? Mar 13) is built on the supposed fact “that we spend something around €1bn a year just teaching
Irish.” This figure is rubbish.

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Irish Examiner - Litir chuig an Eagarthóir
18 Márta 2013

Fall-off in graduate candidates for EU jobs

Government worried about possible loss of influence in Brussels Students targeted in drive to boost interest in EU careers

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The Irish Times - Judith Crosbie
19 Márta 2013

Mass in Irish for first time in Notre Dame

The Tricolour was carried in a solemn procession to the high altar of Notre Dame Cathedral, and Mass was celebrated in Irish for the first time since construction of the cathedral began in 1163.

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The Irish Times - Lara Marlowe
18 Márta 2013


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