Kids have it easy today. OK, maybe those now in their teenage years will suffer the worst excesses of climate change. Sure, they probably won’t ever be able to afford to buy a home. Alright, they are growing up in a turbulent world where the old order is rapidly changing, writes
When he spoke in Auckland on Friday, during the fourth day of his State visit to New Zealand, President Michael D Higgins reflected on how our relationship with the Irish language has been defined by what he described as the “authoritative” nature of Irish language teaching in schools.
The breathalyser controversy last week revealed how many don’t believe our native language should be part of Official Ireland and that it’s a waste of money. They’re wrong, says. That’s exactly what has kept Welsh a living language