Fine Gael TD for Galway West & Mayo South

Category Archives: An Ghaeilge

Infheistíocht ar fiú €347,469 ceadaithe do Chlár na gCluichí Gaelach

Infheistíocht ar fiú €347,469 ceadaithe ag an Aire Stáit Seán Kyne do Chlár na gCluichí Gaelach i scoileanna Ghaeltacht na Gaillimhe agus i dTuar Mhic Éadaigh i gCo. Mhaigh Eo. €7,910 ceadaithe chun a chumasú do chumainn peile F12 Ghaeltacht na Gaillimhe freastal ar Lá na Gaeilge agus na gCluichí Gaelach ar pháirc an Chrócaigh… Continue Reading

Over €1.7m allocated under the language planning process

The Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht is providing Údarás na Gaeltachta and Foras na Gaeilge with an allocation totalling more than €1.7m to aid with the implementation of the language planning process during the current year. €1.4m of the language planning allocation will be allocated to Údarás na Gaeltachta and €323,750 to Foras… Continue Reading

Breis infheistíochta ceadaithe do Scéim na gCúntóirí Teanga sna Scoileanna Gaeltachta

Tá € 3.6 milliún leithdháilte agam don Scéim na gCúntóirí Teanga an tseachtain seo. Faoin Scéim seo, tacaíonn cúntóirí teanga le daltaí i 135 scoil Ghaeltachta i gcontaetha na Gaillimhe, Mhaigh Eo, Dhún na nGall, Chiarraí, Chorcaí, Phort Láirge agus na Mí. Téann an Scéim seo chun tairbhe dár dteanga dhúchasach sa seomra ranga agus… Continue Reading

Ciste Nua Do Seimeasta Gaeltacht

Cuirim fáilte romhaibh uile chuig an ócáid seo inniu Tá áthas orm a fhógairt anseo inniu go bhfuil Ciste nua, ar fiú suas le €250,000 é i mbliana, ceadaithe agam faoi Scéim na bhFoghlaimeoirí Gaeilge. Tabharfaidh an ciste nua seo deis do mhic léinn tríú leibhéal cur fúthu ar feadh trí mhí le teaghlaigh Ghaeltachta fad is atá siad ag freastal ar chúrsa cáilithe tríú… Continue Reading

Healthcare, housing, education, climate action and regional employment among priorities as new Legislation Programme published

Government Chief Whip, Seán Kyne TD has today published the Government’s new legislation programme which contains 30 new bills that will be progressed by the summer recess. The legislation programme follows on from the special programme launched in January which focused on Brexit. The new programme, which has been approved by Cabinet today, has been… Continue Reading

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