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Probably for many of you this has been the week of getting back to work and look forward to a new year, especially to a healthier lifestyle and eating, reason why Anna Richardson’s tips on a healthy diet after the overindulgence of the festive season was one of the most read blogs.
It has been a week of social network, health, politicians and technology, including the great news for Apple lovers on the new iMac’s release today in the UK. Alex Masters revealed that the 21.5 inch model is now available, but that the 27 inch is yet to come to Britain’s Apple stores.
This week was Anti-bullying week and to raise awareness of this issue, Lauren Seager-Smith from the Anti-Bullying Alliance (ABA) wrote a piece that exposes a research and case studies that show how much can bullying affect children’s life performance as they are scared of being talented and brilliant.
As followers of the American TV show Homeland [...]
By Linda Sharkey | | Friday, 23 November 2012 at 5:43 pm
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After a short break (I was on holiday), it’s time to return the clash of the journalistic titans that is our weekly rundown of the top Independent blog posts.
Only the fevered expectation for Tony Blair’s memoirs this week came anywhere close to matching the excitement over the latest round up of our top blog posts.
1. Must watch: Federer’s incredible trick shot by Jack Riley
2. James Cameron is ‘ridiculous and self-serving,’ says ridiculous, self-serving rival by Guy Adams
3. Cricket corruption? Oh, believe me, you [...]
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