Conradh na Gaeilge welcomes planned investment of €178m investment in the Irish Language and Gaeltacht areas as part of Project Ireland 2040
Raidió Rí-Rá is ten years old and to celebrate reaching this milestone, the youth station will be broadcasting on FM for 10 days in Dublin, Cork, Galway & Limerick. Throughout the 10 day celebration, there will be live music, and guest presenters in studio, including TG4’s Micheál Ó Ciaraidh and Fair City’s Daithí Mac Suibhne.
Conradh na Gaeilge presented awards to branches of the organisation for all over the country at Ard Fheis Chonradh na Gaeilge last week. These awards were to give recognition to branches who had made significant progress or achievments during the year. Among the winners were community groups, a radio station, and university socieities who have done excellent and important work in promoting the Irish language.The winners are as follows:
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Award to be Presented to a Founding Member of the Gaeltacht Civil Rights Movement at Ard Fheis Chonradh na Gaeilge
Conradh na Gaeilge will present a special award to Bhreandán Mac Gearailt, member of Coiste Dúiche Chiarraí, to honour his great achievements for the Irish language over the past thirty years. The award will be presented at Ard Fheis Chonradh na Gaeilge in Tralee this evening.
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