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Gaillimh le Gaeilge will take to the streets and shopping centres of the city this weekend encouraging the public to take part in a survey on the status of Gaeilge in Galway.
Speaking outside Fine Gael’s headquarters in Dublin, following the launch of Sinn Féin’s Irish language proposals, election candidate Thérèse Ruane has called on Enda Kenny and Fine Gael to protect the Irish language. She said that Sinn Féin had chosen Fine Gael’s offices as a sign of protest at its plans to reduce the status of the Irish language for second level students.
Gaelnua is offering one more Gaeltacht Day Course this year for Galway primary and secondary students to attend between July 26 and August 12.
Gaeltacht development body Udaras na Gaeltacht is to change its name to an even longer one.
The Irish language is worth in excess of €136 million annually to the economy of Galway city and county, supports more than 5,000 jobs, and more than 90 per cent of city businesses believe that it is a unique selling point for Galway’s image and cultural identity.