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Irish Proverb

Ní neart go cur le chéile.

There is no strength without unity.
Fáilte - Welcome

You are welcome at classes on Mondays from 6 to 8pm at the Gaelic Club from 1 February 2016.

No classes on Public holidays.

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Thank you to all the teachers and organisers of the 2016 Scoil Gheimhridh Sydney which was held on the Queen's Birthday long weekend,10 to 13 June 2016. 

 


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 We thank the Government of Ireland through the Emigrant Support Program of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade for its financial assistance, as well as the Irish National Association of Australasia and Muiris Ó Súilleabháin for long-standing support.

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Nuacht/ News

NEWS:

See Links/For Learners of Irish for news of two Summer Schools in Canberra in January 2017.

 New committee Coiste nua Scoile na Gaeilge Sydney

 Above: Committee Breandán Ó Cartaigh, President of the Scoil na Gaeilge Sydney (Irish Language School Sydney) at right, and commiittee members as elected Sept ember 2016.

See us on youtube for an hour during Comhra 16 here

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yJGTBBkHeNI We are the first hour of the eight in this video.

Great news, due to the success of exams earlier this year, register is now open for Maynooth University TEG A1 and A2 exams and they will be held in Sydney on 9th June 2017 just before the Scoil Gheimhridh, our Irish language Winter School. All TEG course notes are online and the teams at our many local Irish language groups are available to help you with your questions. http://www.teg.ie/about-exams/exam-dates-centres.159.html.

The A1 exam will be from 11am to 1pm; and A2 exam from 2.30pm to 4.30pm

 

Site updated 4 December 2016. See New Event on 4 March 2017.

 

 


 

 

Foras na Gaeilge Board Meeting on 28 February 2014, on a recommendation by the Newspaper and Magazine Committee, it was decided to discontinue the current funding arrangements for magazines Feasta, An tUltach, and NósMag and for the websites Gaelport.com, Beo.ie and Saol.ie. - See more at: http://www.gaelport.com/default.aspx?treeid=37&NewsItemID=11021#sthash.uFuxsVyl.dpuf
At a Foras na Gaeilge Board Meeting on 28 February 2014, on a recommendation by the Newspaper and Magazine Committee, it was decided to discontinue the current funding arrangements for magazines Feasta, An tUltach, and NósMag and for the websites Gaelport.com, Beo.ie and Saol.ie. - See more at: http://www.gaelport.com/default.aspx?treeid=37&NewsItemID=11021#sthash.uFuxsVyl.dpuf

 

 

Irish language print and online journalism facing the chop

At a Foras na Gaeilge Board Meeting on 28 February 2014, on a recommendation by the Newspaper and Magazine Committee, it was decided to discontinue the current funding arrangements for magazines Feasta, An tUltach, and NósMag and for the websites Gaelport.com, Beo.ie and Saol.ie.

- See more at: http://www.gaelport.com/default.aspx?treeid=37&NewsItemID=11021#sthash.uFuxsVyl.dpuf

 

 


 
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