Gaelic language Archive

  • Eighty-one per cent of the Scottish public feel it is important that Scotland does not lose its Gaelic language traditions according to new research published today. The report, Public Attitudes […]

    Gaelic vital to Scotland

    Eighty-one per cent of the Scottish public feel it is important that Scotland does not lose its Gaelic language traditions according to new research published today. The report, Public Attitudes […]

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  • Stonewall Scotland now offers the iconic, no-nonsense ‘Some people are gay.  Get over it!’ posters to Gaelic speakers across Scotland. The posters can be ordered free frominfo@stonewallscotland.org.uk. Developed to help […]

    ‘Some people are gay’ in Gaelic!

    Stonewall Scotland now offers the iconic, no-nonsense ‘Some people are gay.  Get over it!’ posters to Gaelic speakers across Scotland. The posters can be ordered free [email protected] Developed to help […]

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  • The Outer Hebrides’ national nature reserves, which include St Kilda, Monach Isles and Loch Druidibeg, are being promoted in a new Michelin I-Spy guide from VisitScotland and Scottish Natural Heritage. The […]

    Outer Hebrides’ nature reserves promoted following revival of popular guides

    The Outer Hebrides’ national nature reserves, which include St Kilda, Monach Isles and Loch Druidibeg, are being promoted in a new Michelin I-Spy guide from VisitScotland and Scottish Natural Heritage. The […]

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  • Bòrd na Gàidhlig has welcomed the commitment by the Scottish Government of more than £1million of additional support to developments in Gaelic education throughout Scotland. Fiona Hyslop MSP, the Minister […]

    Bòrd na Gàidhlig welcomes announcement of more support for gaelic education

    Bòrd na Gàidhlig has welcomed the commitment by the Scottish Government of more than £1million of additional support to developments in Gaelic education throughout Scotland. Fiona Hyslop MSP, the Minister […]

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  • During Easter  Stòras Uibhist are offering a unique opportunity to Gàidhlig learners to spend a ‘Learning Week’ in South Uist and its surrounding communities, enhancing and developing their use of […]

    Gaelic learning week

    During Easter  Stòras Uibhist are offering a unique opportunity to Gàidhlig learners to spend a ‘Learning Week’ in South Uist and its surrounding communities, enhancing and developing their use of […]

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  • A research project is set to get underway to assess the impact and benefits of bilingual signage at Scotland’s ski centres. The Gaelic and English signs, at the Lecht, Glenshee, […]

    Gaelic: A Winner at Scottish Ski Centres?

    A research project is set to get underway to assess the impact and benefits of bilingual signage at Scotland’s ski centres. The Gaelic and English signs, at the Lecht, Glenshee, […]

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  • Echoing one of the legendary stories about the MacNeils of Barra, and on the day of the funeral of the much loved Clan Chief, Iain Roderick MacNeil of Barra, Western […]

    Historical echo in clan chief tribute

    Echoing one of the legendary stories about the MacNeils of Barra, and on the day of the funeral of the much loved Clan Chief, Iain Roderick MacNeil of Barra, Western […]

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  • EventScotland has awarded more than £20K to the Hebridean Celtic Festival, a summer celebration of traditional music, which will take place this year from 14th – 17th July. To mark […]

    EventScotland announces funding for Hebridean Celtic festival

    EventScotland has awarded more than £20K to the Hebridean Celtic Festival, a summer celebration of traditional music, which will take place this year from 14th – 17th July. To mark […]

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  • One of Scotland’s most renowned Gaelic music artists, Runrig, has been confirmed to play at this year’s Hebridean Celtic Festival. The news comes as the band are listed as one […]

    Runrig Join Hall of Fame and Festival Programme for 2010

    One of Scotland’s most renowned Gaelic music artists, Runrig, has been confirmed to play at this year’s Hebridean Celtic Festival. The news comes as the band are listed as one […]

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  • The North Lewis Gaelic Initiative has formed a new youth group in Ness, which hopes to work on various upcoming new projects through the medium of Gaelic. The group consists […]

    Ness Youth Group on Rapal

    The North Lewis Gaelic Initiative has formed a new youth group in Ness, which hopes to work on various upcoming new projects through the medium of Gaelic. The group consists […]

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