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  1. #993520

    They are not happy with the decision and the “problem” must be addressed immediately, they say.

    Conradh na Gaeilge to hold protest tomorrow outside Dept of Taoiseach – Pól Ó Muirí

  2. #1031441

    Táim á fhógairt anois dom chairde go léir nach bhfuil Decision Points George W.

    Crústa caol – Alan Titley

  3. #991628

    In that context I welcome the decision of the Government to reverse the plan to merge the Office of An Coimisinéir Teanga with the Office of the Ombudsman; this decision safeguards the independence of the office”.

    Language report from Coimisinéir Teanga published – Pól Ó Muirí

  4. #995548

    Speaking at the launch of the new on-line news service, Tuairisc.ie, in Dublin this evening, Mr Goan, referred to Mr Enda Kenny’s decision to appoint Mr Joe McHugh TD, as Minister of State for the Gaeltacht, a decision that many criticized given that Mr McHugh was less than fluent in Irish.

    Goan wonders what Kenny’s linguistic ‘legacy’ will be – Pól Ó Muirí

  5. #1038609

    “If such a decision has been taken, suggesting as it would the possibility of financial irregularities having taken place, it could carry serious implications for the Comptroller and Auditor General who is the statutory auditor to the Authority and he would have to express his grave concern at not receiving notification of the decision officially rather than by newspaper report,” a scríobh Rúnaí agus Stiúrthóir Iniúchadh na hOifige chuig Rúnaí an Rialtais.

    Níor luaithe Údarás na Gaeltachta bunaithe gur thosaigh iaróg faoi airgead – Breandán Delap

  6. #1138636

    Deir an litir, feicthe ag The Detail: “I can confirm that no equality screening assessment was undertaken on the decision to discontinue the Gaeltacht Bursary Scheme.” Deir sé fosta: “There is no recurring budget attached to the scheme, and a decision on whether or not to continue the scheme is taken annually and is always subject to resources becoming available.

  7. #289456

    “It was the easiest decision I ever made,” a dúirt sé sa leagan de scéal a shaoil a d’inis sé do Sheán Potts.

  8. #990909

    The forum was established as part of the arrangements that followed from the decision of the North/South Ministerial Council to re-organise the voluntary sector from 19 organisations to six.

    First meeting of the Partnership Forum – Gan údar

  9. #991257

    The Government has reversed its controversial decision to merge the Office of Coimisinéir Teanga (Language Commissioner) with the Office of the Ombudsman.

    Office of Coimisinéir Teanga to remain independent – Pól Ó Muirí

  10. #991975

    It was as if the collective unconscious of the old people had made a communal decision in the privacy of their souls.

    Remembering not to remember – Mícheál Ó Haodha

  11. #993523

    We are, however, questioning the Taoiseach’s decision to assign Gaeltacht Affairs to him when he is not proficient in the language.

    ‘Listen To The Public, Taoiseach’ – Conradh na Gaeilge – Pól Ó Muirí

  12. #993528

    The decision displayed “a total lack of prioritising the needs of the Irish-speaking and Gaeltacht community in the agenda of the current Government.

    ‘Listen To The Public, Taoiseach’ – Conradh na Gaeilge – Pól Ó Muirí

  13. #1000706

    They would work with the EU commission and other member states to get the “decision that is needed”.

    Government plans to end lesser status of Irish in EU – Pól Ó Muirí

  14. #1001579

    Conradh na Gaeilge said the decision was a “blow” to students in the city and called on the Minister for Employment and Learning, Mr.

    Irish-language group worried about cut in university provision – Pól Ó Muirí

  15. #1001581

    While acknowledging that his department was facing a funding deficit, the group said that the decision did not make “sense”.

    Irish-language group worried about cut in university provision – Pól Ó Muirí

  16. #1127790

    ‘At a time when education was controlled by religious orders, his decision showed great vision and courage’​ (Bandon Opinion).

  17. #1130779

    Quite apart from his own deliberate decision to publish a considerable body of scholarly work in Irish, Mac Niocaill was generous with his time and his expertise...

  18. #1145213

    “The authority has made a decision that, in selecting the president, it wants to have the widest pool of potential candidates available to it.

  19. #1662456

    I measc na n-ábhar a luadh léi bhí “judgement & decision making”; “mental toughness”; “imagery”; “simulation” agus mar sin de.

  20. #209127

    They reduced the price of the 2 lb loaf from 3d to 2d., at the same time announcing this decision had been made possible by the advantage which the firm had now taken of the free use of the modern machinery in its bakery.

  21. #268212

    He imposed a €1,000 fine on each of the two charges for both defendants.  Afterwards, Daly said they would not be appealing the decision but that she had no intention of paying the fine handed down by the court.  Wallace said they took the action to draw attention to the movement of US troops and munitions through Shannon.

  22. #516386

    The SDLP supports the decision to abolish the 11+, however the Minister of Education must introduce compromise proposals on a way forward.” Is é le rá, go han-bhunúsach, gurb ionann polasaí an SDLP ar an ábhar agus polasaí Shinn Féin, ach go mbeadh cur chuige difriúil acu dá mbeadh an aireacht acu féin, d’ainneoin gur léir nach n-aontaíonn an mheánaicme Chaitliceach leis an seasamh sin.

  23. #522567

    “While the University’s decision to reduce course, staff and student provision is the inevitable outworking of the Executive’s budget cuts to this Department and to the higher education sector, universities are autonomous and responsible for their own course provision and staffing levels and my Department therefore has no plans to issue an official statement relating to this matter.” From September 2016, the provision of Irish courses will be consolidated on the Magee Campus….The University has stated in making these decisions, a number of factors have been taken into consideration, including student demand, attrition rates, student satisfaction, employment statistics and research performance.

  24. #626893

    Chuaigh sé deich mbabhta freisin le Seán Ó Mainnín, ach mar a thuairisc an Miami Herald an lá dár gcionn, “Mannion dominated the fight, knocking down McSwain in the sixth and eighth rounds en route to capturing a 10-round unanimous decision.”

  25. #733479

    Freagra giorraisc a fuair sí ón Taoiseach: “The position is that my Government does not play a part in the editorial decisions of RTE, of which Raidió na Gaeltachta is a subsidiary and if such a decision was taken by RTE authorities, I can assure you that the Government had no involvement in it...The Government has no involvement in the day to day decisions of RTE and it would be improper to seek one,” a scríobh an Dr Fitzgerald ar an 13 Samhain, 1981.

  26. #921215

    “The Commission has manifestly breached its duty to provide a clear and unequivocal statement of reasons in its Decision, in relying simultaneously on grossly divergent factual scenarios, in contradicting itself as to the source of the rule that Ireland is said to have breached, and in suggesting that Ireland granted aid in relation to profits taxable in other jurisdictions.”

  27. #991260

    General Secretary of Conradh na Gaeilge, Julian de Spáinn, welcomed the decision not to merge the two offices “but that the focus now should be on strengthening the Official Languages Act to ensure adequate services for the Irish-speaking community”.

    Office of Coimisinéir Teanga to remain independent – Pól Ó Muirí

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