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Bilingual street signs stolen in south Belfast -- 9 Meitheamh 2024
Grand Central Station Irish signs to be considered after Translink hears "all viewpoints" -- 7 Meitheamh 2024
Unionists oppose dual language signage saying 15% resident approval threshold ‘unfair’ -- 12 Bealtaine 2024
Bilingual street sign request deferred as Portadown resident sees council seek legal advice -- 9 Bealtaine 2024
Irish signage for street approved despite resident's concerns Protestants 'may move out' -- 8 Bealtaine 2024
Agreement to erect 301 bilingual street signs in west Belfast sparks heated exchanges over Irish language -- 21 Aibreán 2024
Belfast Council to spend up to £170,000 on over 300 Irish language street signs -- 21 Aibreán 2024
Plans for 301 dual language signs in Belfast approved, despite DUP opposition -- 18 Aibreán 2024
Vandalised Lisburn Road dual language street signs quickly replaced -- 18 Aibreán 2024
More than 300 dual language signs for Belfast’s Gaeltacht Quarter set for final approval -- 18 Aibreán 2024
Bilingual signs targeted in ‘hate crime’ in Belfast street where residents were split on Irish nameplate -- 17 Aibreán 2024
Green light for Irish street signage in seven Belfast streets -- 14 Aibreán 2024
Bilingual traffic signs to be introduced in West Belfast -- 9 Aibreán 2024
Dual-language street sign plans put to ‘back of the queue’ rather than scrapped after majority of residents oppose applications -- 9 Aibreán 2024
Campaigners welcome council backing for dual language signage at new Belfast Grand Central Station -- 8 Aibreán 2024
Comharthaíocht Dhátheangach le cur suas i gCros na bhFíodóirí -- 8 Aibreán 2024
Cáipéisí conspóideacha faoi chomharthaí Gaeilge curtha ar fáil dhá bhliain ó lorgaíodh iad -- 8 Aibreán 2024
Comhairle Cathrach Bhéal Feirste ag tacú le comharthaíocht Ghaeilge ag lárionad nua taistil i lár na Cathrach -- 8 Aibreán 2024
Belfast Councillors vote for Irish language signs at the new Grand Central Station and wider Weaver's Cross area -- 4 Aibreán 2024
Councillors vote in favour of dual language signs at new Grand Central Station and surrounding area -- 4 Aibreán 2024
Department for Infrastructure confirms support for Irish language on public services -- 28 Márta 2024
Third set of Irish language street signs to be installed in Newtownabbey -- 27 Márta 2024
Calls for bilingual signage at new transport hub in Belfast -- 25 Márta 2024
‘Ní leor Weavers Cross’ – éileamh déanta ar chomharthaíocht dhátheangach do mhol iompair nua i lár Bhéal Feirste -- 22 Márta 2024
SDLP councillor calls for action to combat ‘vandalism’ of bilingual street signs -- 19 Márta 2024
Four Irish language signs damaged in Ormeau area since January -- 18 Márta 2024
Third survey in three years to take place over erecting bilingual Irish-English Co Tyrone road sign -- 14 Márta 2024
Derry and Strabane councillors back 'lowering threshold' for Irish and English street signs to 15% approval from residents -- 14 Márta 2024
Eight Irish language street sign applications in West and North Belfast given the green light -- 13 Márta 2024
Further Irish language street signage approved for Newtownabbey -- 27 Feabhra 2024
Is Belfast City Council’s policy for dual language street signs “extremist and provocative”? -- 23 Feabhra 2024
Vandalism of dual-language sign near Omagh being treated as sectarian hate crime -- 19 Feabhra 2024
Irish language sign in south Belfast destroyed again in second attack in less than six weeks -- 12 Feabhra 2024
Irish signage approved for South Belfast street despite DUP opposition -- 8 Feabhra 2024
Lisburn Road Irish street sign to go ahead despite DUP bid to block move -- 7 Feabhra 2024
Row over scrapped Co Tyrone bilingual Irish-English road sign continues following survey ‘debacle’ -- 6 Feabhra 2024
302 Irish street signs to be approved without going through 'normal process' -- 3 Feabhra 2024
‘A good day for transparency and democracy’: Irish language campaigners after winning landmark challenge to secrecy surrounding council legal advice on stalled plans for Irish language signs -- 1 Feabhra 2024
First Irish street signs to be erected in Antrim and Newtownabbey Council area -- 30 Eanáir 2024
Court told bid to have Irish language signage erected in Portadown was rejected in secret by Armagh, Banbridge and Craigavon Council -- 29 Eanáir 2024
Bid to have bilingual street signage erected on Portadown’s Garvaghy Road allegedly rejected in secret -- 29 Eanáir 2024
Not a single bilingual sign erected in ABC Council area -- 26 Eanáir 2024
Portadown resident taking legal action against Council over refusal to grant dual language street sign -- 25 Eanáir 2024
Tús curtha le himeachtaí dlí in aghaidh comhairle áitiúil a dhiúltaigh do chomhartha dátheangach -- 24 Eanáir 2024
The Irish News view: Council needs to explain why it has refused bilingual signs that residents want -- 24 Eanáir 2024
Legal action after council rejects Garvaghy Road bilingual sign bid despite meeting criteria -- 23 Eanáir 2024
Dual language sign in north Belfast damaged for a second time, now will be replaced -- 19 Eanáir 2024
Irish signs agreed for two north Belfast streets where DUP attempted to block surveys -- 16 Eanáir 2024
Irish language returns to Belfast courtroom for first time in 300 years -- 16 Eanáir 2024
Irish language breaks 287-year-old tradition -- 16 Eanáir 2024
An Ghaeilge le cloisteáil i gCúirteanna Breithiúnais Ríoga Bhéal Feirste -- 16 Eanáir 2024
Judgement reserved in landmark challenge on plans to erect Irish language signs at south Belfast leisure centre -- 16 Eanáir 2024
Parties clash over Irish street sign applications for streets in North and South Belfast -- 11 Eanáir 2024
Bilingual Dungannon road sign scrapped after survey results among residents found to be incorrect -- 10 Eanáir 2024
Irish signage for South Belfast street to go ahead despite Unionist concerns -- 9 Eanáir 2024
Irish signage for South Belfast street to go ahead despite Unionist concerns -- 9 Eanáir 2024
Row over Irish language street signage in three 'unionist streets' -- 3 Eanáir 2024
Five Irish language street signs vandalised in three months -- 2 Eanáir 2024
Vandalism of Irish language street sign in Belfast condemned -- 29 Nollaig 2023
Irish street sign decision to go back to residents despite meeting required threshold -- 22 Nollaig 2023
Antrim and Newtownabbey: seventh application for Irish street sign in two months -- 21 Nollaig 2023
East Belfast: Survey on Irish language street sign to go back to residents despite passing threshold -- 7 Nollaig 2023
Antrim and Newtownabbey council considering Irish street sign applications -- 30 Samhain 2023
'Ratepayers within their rights to request Irish street signage' -- 15 Samhain 2023
Newtownabbey: residents to be canvassed on Irish language street signs -- 6 Samhain 2023
‘Legal opinion’ sought as bilingual signage for Portadown street ‘repeatedly blocked’ -- 25 Deireadh Fómhair 2023
Irish language signs vandalised in North Belfast -- 23 Deireadh Fómhair 2023
DUP hits out at plans for Irish language signs across Belfast’s Gaeltacht Quarter -- 22 Deireadh Fómhair 2023
Dual-language signs for Belfast Gaeltacht quarter proposed -- 20 Deireadh Fómhair 2023
Council plans to erect over 300 bilingual street signs in one batch -- 19 Deireadh Fómhair 2023
Council contractor to cover costs after Irish street signs erected with spelling mistakes -- 16 Deireadh Fómhair 2023
Irish language street signs installed across Belfast with spelling mistakes -- 16 Deireadh Fómhair 2023
‘Embarrassing episode' for Belfast City Council as typos spotted on Irish language signs -- 16 Deireadh Fómhair 2023
Belfast: Irish language street sign mistakes 'not good enough' -- 16 Deireadh Fómhair 2023
Rosetta area Irish language street sign plan deferred despite more votes against -- 12 Deireadh Fómhair 2023
North Belfast Irish street signs survey to go ahead after DUP fails to block move -- 10 Deireadh Fómhair 2023
Irish language groups gather to call for bilingual signage at south Belfast leisure centre -- 14 Meán Fómhair 2023
Belfast City Hall looks at policy allowing developers to name streets in Irish -- 14 Meán Fómhair 2023
Legal advice which stalled plans to erect Irish language signs at Belfast leisure centre should be disclosed, court hears -- 23 Lúnasa 2023
Legal advice which stalled erection of Irish signs at Belfast leisure centre should be disclosed in public, tribunal hears -- 23 Lúnasa 2023
Theft of bi-lingual road signage branded ‘hate crime’ by councillor who blames ‘intolerance’ of Irish -- 7 Lúnasa 2023
Call for vandals to leave dual language signage alone after reinstatement -- 31 Iúil 2023
North Belfast resident "silenced" over Irish language street sign concerns -- 6 Iúil 2023
Belfast resident fears Irish language sign will lower value of their home -- 6 Iúil 2023
Dual language sign featuring Irish rejected by residents in Co Tyrone street -- 4 Iúil 2023
£150,000 dual language signage costs draws Unionist councillor's criticism -- 21 Meitheamh 2023
Fermanagh and Omagh Council approves dual language signage funding -- 19 Meitheamh 2023
More bilingual street signs get the go ahead in Belfast -- 14 Meitheamh 2023
Irish language: Consultation on Olympia Leisure Centre signs -- 14 Meitheamh 2023
East Belfast Irish street sign application sparks Council row over dual language policy -- 13 Meitheamh 2023
Comhairliúchán poiblí ar bun maidir le plean conspóideach comharthaíocht Ghaeilge a chur in airde i mBéal Feirste -- 12 Meitheamh 2023
Belfast Olympia Leisure Centre: Irish language signs' plan goes to public consultation -- 11 Meitheamh 2023
Ardilea Drive dual language signage erected -- 11 Bealtaine 2023
An chéad chomhartha sráide Gaeilge crochta i mBéal Feirste faoi pholasaí nua – 661 iarratas eile le dul -- 11 Bealtaine 2023
Comharthaí sráide Gaeilge ar bith curtha in airde faoi pholasaithe nua -- 9 Bealtaine 2023
Belfast council row after Irish language signs at greenway ‘called in’ by unionists -- 5 Aibreán 2023
Gaeltacht Quarter residents 'disappointed' after council decision on Irish street signs halted for review -- 28 Márta 2023
Sinn Fein councillor brands removal of Irish sign from ‘Protestant village’ a hate crime -- 26 Márta 2023
Angry residents of ‘Protestant village’ replace Irish language sign with Union flags -- 26 Márta 2023
Unionist anger after Irish language sign put up in Co Derry village -- 26 Márta 2023
Sinn Féin rep slams Antrim and Newtownabbey Council over Irish language signage policy -- 8 Márta 2023
Belfast Irish street signs: Three more approved as new council policy swings into action -- 8 Márta 2023
Council votes to erect Irish street signs in Gaeltacht Quarter -- 4 Márta 2023
Alliance and nationalist parties clash over Irish street signs for West Belfast Gaeltacht -- 3 Márta 2023
Ards and North Down Borough to adopt first policy on dual language street signs -- 28 Feabhra 2023
Residents in Mid and East Antrim have requested introduction of dual language street sign policy -- 19 Feabhra 2023
Belfast: Hundreds of streets put forward for dual-language signs -- 17 Feabhra 2023
Council faces potential legal challenge over failure to have any policy on dual language street signs -- 16 Feabhra 2023
Dual language policy on street signs differs by council area -- 14 Feabhra 2023
Ards and North Down latest to introduce dual language street sign policy, although sharp differences on process across council areas -- 14 Feabhra 2023
After countless delays, writing is finally on the wall for Clifton Street bilingual campaign -- 13 Feabhra 2023
Bilingual signs approved for 3 areas of Derry -- 10 Feabhra 2023
Ardoyne to get first Irish signage under controversial new Belfast City Council policy -- 8 Feabhra 2023
Ardoyne first to get Irish signage under council scheme -- 8 Feabhra 2023
One year on and still no Irish language signage at Olympia Leisure Centre -- 3 Feabhra 2023
Belfast City Council to look at spending £56,000 on Irish street signs for whole Gaeltacht Quarter -- 3 Feabhra 2023
Bid for Irish language signage in Newtownabbey defeated due to lack of canvas response -- 31 Eanáir 2023
Not a single Irish language sign commissioned a year after Council policy changes -- 26 Eanáir 2023
Not one Irish street sign produced for Belfast in six months since policy changed - despite backlog of 600 applications -- 24 Eanáir 2023
Belfast Irish language street signs issue raised as 600 applications awaiting decision -- 24 Eanáir 2023
Irish language signage for Belfast City Cemetery as well as tours as Gaeilge -- 24 Eanáir 2023
Victory for campaigners as bilingual signs go up at cemetery visitor Centre -- 28 Nollaig 2022
Portadown street petitions council for signs giving its name in Irish and English -- 10 Nollaig 2022
9 Pictures of first Irish street name signs erected in Derry city centre 1992 -- 11 Samhain 2022
Bilingual signage approved for Derry estate -- 10 Samhain 2022
Equality Commission refuses to investigate complaints over lack of bilingual signs at Magee -- 3 Samhain 2022
Bilingual signage in new park to be a ‘beacon of best practice’ -- 27 Deireadh Fómhair 2022
Belfast Council to employ more staff to cope with dual language street sign demand -- 24 Deireadh Fómhair 2022
'Historic day' as Irish language accommodation at Queen's University is officially launched -- 20 Deireadh Fómhair 2022
Irish language audio announcements on Glider bus hailed as 'positive step' -- 18 Deireadh Fómhair 2022
Irish language audio announcements start on Glider route in West -- 17 Deireadh Fómhair 2022
County Derry vandalism demonstrates 'intolerance and bigotry' -- 5 Deireadh Fómhair 2022
'Fight for bilingual signage continues' says Queen’s Irish language society' -- 28 Meán Fómhair 2022
Over 500 applications for Irish street signs in Belfast in just two months -- 23 Meán Fómhair 2022
Irish language campaign group launches new website -- 12 Lúnasa 2022
More dual language street sign applications in five days than last 23 years -- 21 Iúil 2022
Applications for Belfast dual language street signs will open from Friday -- 13 Iúil 2022
Bilingual signage gets go ahead at new City Cemetery visitor centre -- 24 Meitheamh 2022
Easpa Comharthaíochta Gaeilge ag ionad úr Reilg na Cathrach -- 11 Bealtaine 2022
£3million City Cemetery visitors' centre 'an insult to Irish speakers' -- 28 Aibreán 2022
'UVF' graffiti on Irish language signs investigated as hate crime, police in Co Derry say -- 11 Aibreán 2022
Irish language groups back Council's bilingual street signs policy change -- 8 Márta 2022
Comhairliúchán poiblí maidir le polasaí sráidainmneacha Bhéal Feirste -- 16 Feabhra 2022
Queen's confirms plans for Irish language residential scheme -- 12 Feabhra 2022
Our Names Are Our Names -- 10 Feabhra 2022
Queen's University insists no decision made on Gaeilgeoirí residential scheme -- 29 Samhain 2021
Opinion: Irish language campaigner welcomes Belfast City Council’s decision on dual-language street signage -- 26 Samhain 2021
Queen's Irish language campaigners propose scheme to house Gaeilgeoirí together in halls of residence -- 25 Samhain 2021
Comharthaí Gaeilge agus Cruinneachán an Chrá -- 27 Lúnasa 2020
An Feachtas Comharthaíochta in Ollscoil na Ríona
Feasta -- 1 Bealtaine 2020
Call for change in Belfast council policy over Irish language street signs -- 6 Feabhra 2020
Cinneadh ar chomharthaí á éileamh ag Cumann Gaelach QUB -- 14 Nollaig 2019
Comharthaíocht Dhátheangach / Bilingual Signage at QUB -- 3 Nollaig 2019
Protest in Belfast calls on city council to introduce city-wide bilingualism policy -- 3 Deireadh Fómhair 2019
Randalstown Irish language sign 'will not be removed' -- 18 Meitheamh 2019
Bímis ullamh chun dul i ngleic le lucht scaipthe na bréagnuachta faoin nGaeilge -- 18 Meitheamh 2019
Council threatens to prosecute 85-year-old woman over Irish language street sign -- 17 Meitheamh 2019
Polasaí ‘Béarla amháin’ le caitheamh i dtraipisí ag comhairle áitiúil agus í ag tarraingt siar ó chás Ard-Chúirte -- 29 Lúnasa 2018
An Lá Dearg: Óráid Chiaráin Mhic Giolla Bhéin -- 19 Bealtaine 2017

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