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Aire Stáit Seán Kyne TD do Ghnóthaí Pobail, Acmhainní Nádúrtha agus Forbairt Dhigiteach will this evening (Thursday) announce the Gradam Sheosaimh Uí Ógartaigh category winners and the overall winner for 2018 at the grand final in the Rockbarton Suite, Salthill Hotel.
An bhfuil tú ag dul go dtí an Gaeltacht an samhradh seo? Rátaí iontacha ar fáil le Cómhar Creidmheasa Naomh Aontoine agus Cladach.
The 2018 finalists of Gradam Sheosaimh Uí Ógartaigh were officially announced this week by the Mayor of the City of Galway, Cllr. Pearce Flannery at a press event in Téatar Uí Chearbhalláin, Áras na Gaeilge, NUI Galway. Fifteen Galway-based businesses and organisations from a variety of sectors were named on this year’s Gearrliosta, all who have made the Irish language an integral part of their story.
It has been announced that Castlebar has been named as one of the towns that could apply to achieve recognition as a Gaeltacht Service Town under the Gaeltacht Act 2012.
A national school in Erris in north Mayo has been chosen to take part in a special education pilot programme in science, technology, engineering, and maths to be rolled out across Gaeltacht areas.
Sixteen Gaeltacht primary schools will undertake a special education programme in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) as a result of the new pilot programme An Chruinne, devised by Údarás na Gaeltachta and Junior Achievement Ireland.
Tá bord nua Údarás na Gaeltachta fógartha ag Joe McHugh, Príomh-Aoire an Rialtais agus Aire Stáit don Ghaeilge, don Ghaeltacht agus do na hOileáin. Tá Anna Ní Ghallachair, Stiúrthóir ar Ionad na dTeangacha in Ollscoil na hÉireann, Má Nuad, athcheaptha ina Cathaoirleach ar an mbord, mar aon le deichniúr comhalta eile.
Despite what a leading Galway TD has called “a last minute spending spree” towards the end of 2017, €19 million of funds allocated to the Department of Rural and Community Development remains unspent.
A proposed alteration to the County Galway Development Plan, concerning the Gaeltacht, is meeting with stiff opposition from some Gaeltacht community groups, who have asked that it be withdrawn.
Cois Fharraige’s language planning may be in jeopardy as the community -ased Fóram Chois Fharraige um Pleanáil Teanga is threatening to dissolve itself at the end of the year unless increased funding and more staff are sanctioned for its implementation.