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Get back in touch with your Irish

Why not learn a new skill or even just to get back into the swing of it? Áras na nGael is offering Irish language classes this Autumn. Fluent and looking to improve your grammar? Looking to get back in touch with your Irish from school?

Gaelic football and the press

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If recent press reporting tells us anything about the state of Gaelic Football, it is that in the 138 years since the foundation of the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA), none of the passion first witnessed and recorded all that time ago has receded. Games this summer exhibited all the magic, drama, and controversy first captured in reports of meetings between Mayo clubs such as Belcarra, Ballyglass, Cornfield, Carnacon, and Towerhill in the 1880s.

How ‘unasked questions’ can make your answers better

Q: I have put huge work into preparing for a job interview next week. It is a position I really want to get as it will set me up for the next ten years or so of my career, either in this role or in another one that will almost certainly evolve from it. I've read everything about the company, figured out the people on the interview panel as best I can, and put my ideas down on paper so that I can easily remember them on the day. Is there anything else you would advise? (DL, email).

Improve your Irish and have fun with Ógras

Ógras is an Irish-language youth organisation for young people from eight to 19 years old. It offers a wide range of youth services and activities including clubs, camps, trips, projects, workshops, and international exchanges, all through Irish.

Showcase the G in Guaranteed Irish this June

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BY DECLAN VARLEY

Over 200 Ukrainian children enrolled in Mayo schools

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A total of 233 Ukrainian school children have been enrolled in Mayo schools, according to figures released by the Department of Education this week.

Ukrainian students 'shine a light' in the Dail

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A group of newly-arrived Ukrainian students say a piece of their hearts will always be Irish after being welcomed to Galway.

Athlone Pop-Up Gaeltacht group offer Irish language rights solidarity support

At the most recent gathering of Athlone Pop-Up Gaeltacht, members took time out of their weekly meeting to offer solidarity to those in the six counties organising a march in support of Irish language rights.

Community Diary - What's going on in your community?

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What's going on in your community?

Community Diary - What's going on in your community?

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Whats going on in your community? 

 

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