Junior Minister Joe McHugh said: "This decision shows the Government's commitment to consolidating employment in areas such as An Clochan
Liath in order to sustain viable, rural communities and, in particular, to support the Irish language as the community language in a strong Gaeltacht area.
William, of Clochan
, Moray, said: "It's absolutely overwhelming.
The tribute at Clochan
, near Fochabers, will be unveiled by Charles on Tuesday.
The Irish name for the Giant's Causeway, Clochan
na bhFomharach, means 'stones of the Fomorians'--a reference to the semi-divine giants of Irish mythology.
You mean y'haven't heerd anything of the An Clochan
Liath community of Irish Jamaican Rastas, lassie?
William Rae, 72, of Clochan
, Moray, grew up with a foster family and spent decades trying to trace his roots without success.
A"celebration of her life"was held at the Moray Crematorium at Clochan
, near Buckie.
ie or contact The Irish Seal Sanctuary, An Clochan
, Tobergregan, Garristown, Co Dublin.
Father-of-two Sutcliffe, of Clochan
, near Buckie, Banffshire, admitted yesterday it was possible his hand may have come into contact with the girl's 'private area' but there wasno sexual intent.
I am trying to trace Ian McGregor, or Gray, originally from Langside, Aberdeen- shire, last known in Clochan
, Banffshire, in the '50s.
Pausing by the dry stone clochans
where a woman hung behind, her voice rising as she sang some old plainchant, the sound belling in the wind until Michael wasn't sure it was the woman's voice at all.
Six intact clochans
remain but to reach them you would have to brave the cruel Irish sea, dock on the slippery landing station and negotiate 600 slippery steps, carved from the vertical rock in the 7th century, before reaching the dwellings - not for us coach potatoes.