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All-Irish school to close despite Minister's views

An All-Irish national school has been told it is closing less than seven weeks after Minister for the Gaeltacht Dinny McGinley told its centenary celebration he hoped it would remain open for another 100 years.

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The Irish Times
10 Nollaig 2011

Politicians to mind their language

Deputies and Senators have been sent a Plain English Style Guide , which has been produced by the Oireachtas Service and the National Adult Literacy Agency to help members communicate better with the outside world.

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The Irish Times
10 Nollaig 2011

Hit or miss-al? Pope's decree a mixed blessing

Vatican's new prayers will confuse many, writes John Cooney.  Large congregations will swell the pews of churches in Ireland this Christmas. The influx of seasonal worshippers will hear for the first time unfamiliar and alien words being recited during Mass, the central focus of worship in the Roman Catholic Church.

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Irish Independent - John Cooney
10 Nollaig 2011

Cut in modern language support

Sir, – We are dismayed to hear of the abrupt decision to abolish the Modern Languages in Primary Schools Initiative announced last Tuesday and to divert its funding to the literacy and numeracy programme.

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Irish Times - Litir chuig an Eagarthóir
12 Nollaig 2011

Líofa 2015 strategy launched

Culture minister Carál Ní Chuilín was in Derry on Wednesday to launch the Líofa 2015 strategy to encourage people to become fluent in Irish.

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Derry Journal
11 Nollaig 2011


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