In amanna, roghnaíonn daoine jab buan in oifig a fhágáil ina ndiaidh agus toiseacht amach ag obair ar a gconlán féin.
Daoine eile, ní bhíonn an rogha sin acu cionn is go mbristear as a bpost iad agus gan aon locht orthu féin.
Measann daoine go bhfuil saoirse iontach ag baint leis an obair neamhspleách – agus tá – ach tá dúshláin ag baint leis chomh maith ...
WHAT began as a "magical love letter" to the real-life Arranmore Island has evolved into Galway author Catherine Doyle's just published second literary adventure, Lost Tide Warriors, again set against the mystical, crashing waves of Donegal's Wild Atlantic Way.
CELEBRATING its 30th anniversary in 2019, Cinemagic has launched its annual call for young film enthusiasts to take on the role of 'film consultants' to help programme a series of films for this year's festival which runs throughout October.
The Bodies Beneath REGULAR readers of this column will know that there's a wealth of beauty to be found in the deepest, dustiest corners of British cinema and TV history – bizarre, broken and bewildering as it may occasionally be.