TG4 documentary on a rebranding mission to give Peig the mother of all make overs

“Seanabhean is ea mise anois go bhfuil cos léi insan uaigh is an chos eile ar a bruach” a quote that fills many with fear. Peig Sayers – widely considered to be the most hated woman in Irish history has tormented young students across Ireland for decades with her memoir ‘Peig’. Described as boring, unrelenting, […]

New Book Celebrates Irish Achievement

What have the Irish ever done for us? – New book celebrates Irish achievement DID you know that a Tipp native was Winston Churchill’s most trusted aide, that the Irish invented cheese & onion crisps, the submarine and chocolate milk? That without the efforts of an Irish engineer the city of Los Angeles would not […]

Irish and UK Governments sign Memorandum of Understanding on Digital Television

Irish language broadcasting in Northern Ireland received a boost today as the Irish and UK Governments agreed a Memorandum of Understanding which provides a framework for continuing co-operation on broadcasting issues on the island of Ireland. The Memorandum, which is aimed at ensuring a smooth transition to digital switchover and the switch-off of analogue services […]

Tipperary based designer highlights need for overhaul of Ireland’s road signage

Current road signage not in line with State regulation on use of Irish Language nor meeting the challenges of Ireland’s new high speed motorway network and aging population profile The recent publication of a startling piece of research entitled “Ireland’s dual-language road signs – where to next?” by designer Garrett Reil (Ballina, Co Tipp) has […]