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Irish Proverb

Ar scáth a chéile a mhairimid.

We all exist in each others' shadow.
Fáilte - Welcome

You are welcome at classes on Mondays from 6 to 8pm at the Gaelic Club. No classes on Public holidays.

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 The Irish Language School Sydney is pleased to support new classes in Irish for children to be held at the Gaelic Club on Saturday afternoons.  For more information see flyer .

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The Scoil Gheimhridh Sydney is on  the Queen's Birthday long weekend, 9 to 12 June 2017. Applications are open now. Download an application form here or phone Éilis for a paper copy to be mailed to you, ph 0424 718 538.

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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 continued 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:

The St Patrick's Day Mass at St Mary's Cathedral, Sydney will be on Friday 17 March at 10.30 am. See the Invitation from Bishop Brady here.

CANCELLED: The Green Gathering: St Patrick's Day will not be celebrated in Sydney on Sunday 19 March. You can subscribe here  and be kept up-to-date by the Sydney St Patrick's Day Newsletter.

The Aisling Society of Sydney celebrates St Patrick's day with a Dinner at Parliament House on 24 March. A Shoilse Breandán Ó Caollaí,  Ambassadóir na hÉireann will be the guest speaker. The Aisling flier is here and booking form here.

An Application form for the Scoil Gheimhridh Sydney can be obtained by phoning Éilis on 0424 718 538 or by downloading it here.

On 15 March 2017 the Events page was updated. See details of the Irish language short-story writing competition Comórtas Gearrscéalaíochta Uí Mháine 2017, the Irish Film Festival and events around St Patrick's Day.

 

 


 

 

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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