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Alarm over rising seas but villagers keep returning to risky shore

By Nadia Fazlulhaq

Ports, hotels will cause erosion near and far

 

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For Shanthi of the Sri Dharmaarama Road fishing village in Ratmalana and Kamala Fernando of Ransigamawella off Wennappuwa, the coming days are a struggle to protect their houses from the strong waves that are rapidly swallowing up the shore. 1,137 more words

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In Bad Faith: The New Yorker and its Transphobia

By Huma Munshi

Close your eyes and imagine struggling to do simple acts such as going out to buy a pint of milk or catching a train to work. 886 more words

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Dublin Zoo with Canon and The Sunday Club

Canon-Ireland in conjunction with The Sunday Club ( a unique club for Sunday Times readers) had a photography masterclass at Dublin Zoo this weekend. I was trying to win tickets but wasn’t lucky. 521 more words

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No one-size-fits all approach to education for deaf children

A letter I wrote to The Sunday Times in response to the article ‘I was worse than a Tiger Mum’ that appeared on July 13th, was published today. 118 more words

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The (Style) Streets Are Talking: Jourdan Dunn’s ‘Sunday Times’ Cover Story

She has nearly 180,000 followers, so Twitter is the last place you want to find yourself in a spat with Jourdan Dunn, the British supermodel who has walked the last two Victoria’s Secret shows, had guest appearances in Beyoncé’s videos, and hosted a cookery show called Well Dunn.

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By Gorge in The Sunday Times

Clad in two wetsuits and with a woolly hat under her safety helmet, Katie Roche joins a team of adventure-seekers to go canyoning and kayaking among some of Co Kerry’s most striking geographical features in the Gap of Dunloe… 25 more words

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I am man, see me binge?

I give up. I never expected my ascension to manhood to go smoothly and despite reading enough GQ, Esquire and Hemingway to wallpaper a house, it’s become apparent that I’ll never understand what it is to be a real man. 546 more words