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March 14, 2017

Séamus Mór Mac Murchaidh commemoration

The annual Séamus Mór Mac Murchaidh day of commemoration will take place this Sunday 19th March 2017 starting at 12 noon with a session of music and song in the…

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March 09, 2017

Irish language religious services for St Patrick’s Day

Armagh is recognised throughout the world for its links with Ireland’s patron saint, St. Patrick, and many people will visit the ecclesiastical capital of Ireland on Friday to join in…

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03 Mar

Historic Judgement today in Belfast High-Court

Justice Maguire rules that Executive “failed” their legislative duty on Irish-Language Strategy as was previously agreed Justice Maguire today (3 March 2017) announced his historic decision in the High-Court in…

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02 Mar

Armagh Gaels look forward to a busy Seachtain na Gaeilge

The annual Irish language festival, Seachtain na Gaeilge, is well underway across Ireland and across the world and the Gaels of Armagh have plenty to look forward to over the…

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27 Feb

Majority of Parties in the north support Irish-Language Act

  An Irish-Language Act in the north now has more support than ever as the Assembly Election approaches on 2 March 2017. A majority of parties – 7 parties in…

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20 Feb

CAIRDE celebrating Glór na nGael award

The winners have been announced in the annual national awards for Irish language groups by Glór na nGael, and local committee CAIRDE Teo is among those receiving honours this year.…

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Aonach Mhacha Development

Aonach Mhacha is a collaborative social enterprise which will build and manage a cultural centre in the historic heart of Armagh City. The cultural centre will also be known as Aonach Mhacha.

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The company is a registered charity. All profits generated by the trading activities of the Aonach Mhacha social enterprise will be reinvested in the Aonach Mhacha building and in cultural, social, arts, educational and recreation projects in the Armagh area.

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