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We choose the rural life . . . for as long as possible

Last weekend British broadsheet newspaper ‘The Sunday Times’ named Palma de Mallorca as the world’s best city to live in – an accolade that has since been doing the rounds of social media among those of us who know and love the city. 506 more words

Countryside

The Write Stuff - Short Story Competition

The Write Stuff is a short story competition which sees the legendary Barbara Taylor Bradford OBE join forces with The Sunday Times in a bid to discover the next generation of young female writers.  469 more words

Bookish Things

New B & A poll shows strong support for marriage for lesbian and gay couples.

A new poll conducted this week by Behaviour and Attitudes for the Sunday Times shows continuing and consistent support for civil marriage equality.

“The Sunday Times Behaviour and Attitudes poll shows that a clear majority of the Irish people right across the country believe that all citizens should have the freedom to marry in Ireland regardless of sexual orientation. 325 more words

LGBT

Huge Apple Watch spread appears in The Sunday Times

”Following cover stories in major publications across China, France and the U.S., Apple Watch made its big UK debut on Sunday with a three-page spread in widely circulated fashion magazine Style,” AppleInsider reports. 146 more words

News

Limbu from Nepal won UK writing contest with a poem about the shock of life in Britain

A pupil from Nepal named Mukahang Limbu has won a Sunday Times-backed writing contest with a poem about the shock of life in Britain
     Mukahang Limbu receives first prize for his poem from the Princess of Wales Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall… 340 more words

News

‘Erroring’ – Come on, girls – get it wrong!

Why failure is the new success.

Driving into school a week or so back, enjoying the Today programme, I was arrested by the rich American tones of an interviewee approving ‘erroring’. 520 more words

High School

How I Made It: Richard Hilton, founder of Gymbox

RICHARD HILTON was a skinny 19-year – old when he arrived in New York. He had left suburban London eager to pursue a career in advertising — but first he wanted to build some muscle. 806 more words

Sunday Times