As with all the great stories, this is essentially a love story. But that’s getting ahead of myself. It really begins the moment my mother drove me to Ballina Airport to pick up Jon, who had been my flatmate for a year and half before I moved back up north. A mad dash in the … Continue reading Gili Air – The Isle of Love
Jury duty is a way for the law system to be unbiased when it comes to assessing whether a person is guilty or not of the thing they have been accused of. While this does not necessarily ensure a fair and equitable trial, this is the most effective way to avoid corruption and unfair judgement. … Continue reading Jury Duty for Deaf people.
Right now there is a vigorous debate raging about the term ‘grassroots’. *************** grass roots noun plural noun: grassroots the most basic level of an activity or organization. “improving the game at grass-roots level“ ordinary people regarded as the main body of an organization’s membership. “you have lost touch with the grass roots of the … Continue reading The Deaf community needs less labels.