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Naight – Jerrey geuree

January 18, 2011

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Defendants change their pleas – Fendeilee caghlaa nyn aghinyn Yn oie roish e chooish-leigh, yn eear ard-ghelleyder Trevor Baines, ghow eh rish dy gheid eh ny shlee na nuy cheead meeilley punt. Mnr Baines, ta tree feed as un vlein jeig dy eash as veih Raad Strooan ny Keylley ayns Doolish, ayns y toshiaght v’eh […]

Manx Gaelic Newsletter – Gaelg Vio

January 11, 2011

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Our most recent newsletter can now be viewed here: gaelg vio 19

Cooish: Book Launch of Droghad ny Seihill

November 29, 2010

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One of the many highlights of the Cooish was the launch of Chris Lewin’s new book Droghad ny Seihill on the Saturday afternoon. What follows is an interview (in Manx) with both Brian Stowell and Chris.

UNESCO Atlas of the World’s Languages in Danger

November 25, 2010

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Some of you may already have been informed of the following decision made by UNESCO; however, I thought people would like to see the letter recently received by them regards Manx Gaelic. Cheers to everyone who wrote in support. As a result of the large number of comments on the successful language revitalization efforts, UNESCO […]

Cooish 2010 Programme

November 8, 2010

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Bannaghtyn Please find attached our 2010 Cooish Programme. Gaelg aboo! Cooish

Quoi vees ec yn Chooish Mleeaney?

October 20, 2010

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The Cooish is delighted to welcome Rob Amery to Mannin this year to deliver the Ned Maddrell Lecture. Rob is Senior Lecturer, Head of Linguistics, Manager Mobile Language Team (South Australian Aboriginal Languages) and convener of the Kaurna Warra Pintyandi (KWP) group, consisting of Kaurna people and others involved in the planning, teaching and development […]

Bus Vannin as reddyn elley

August 28, 2010

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Just thought I would pen a few thoughts on recent developments on the signage front. The recent change in approach by Bus Vannin means that no-longer will Manx Gaelic have priority on their directional signage on the buses. I’ve seen Doolish, Purt Chiarn and Rhumsaa as secondary signage which is better than nothing. I suppose […]