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Tag Archives: Gaelscoil Éanna

Gael’s dismay at bank’s refusal of Irish cheque

A Glengormley gaelgeoir has spoken of his shock after a well known high street bank refused to lodge his cheque because it was written in Irish. Chris Quinn, from Church Crescent, lodged the cheque with the amount written in Irish into the Santander cash machine in the town on April 28. Two days later he received a letter from the bank saying they were unable……

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Big man of GAA celebrates in style

Veni, Vidi, Vinci . I came, I saw, I conquered, was the powerful message sent back to Rome by Julius Caesar when he won a war in Zela (currently known as Zile in Turkey. After spending two days with the Gaels of Glengormley, Mícheál Ó Muircheartaigh might well have sent a similar message back to headquarters. Throughout the two days he won the hearts of all who met him as he demonstrated his love and passion for the Irish language and Gaelic games.

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Naíscoil refused vital funding

The committee at a Glengormley Irish-medium primary school has said it is “very disappointed” that a development proposal for the establishment

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