Good morning and Happy Sunday. Our news for today comes via Facebook. Everyone aged 11 years and over who lives, works or is educated in the London postcode area E1 is strongly encouraged to take a COVID-19 PCR test when … Continue reading NEWS DIGEST 02.05.2021: Surge testing in Tower Hamlets, tombs discovered in Egypt, and more.
Good morning!. Today’s news comes via Facebook. An eight-year-old girl from the south London district of Deptford has been hailed a little hero after cooking 500 meals of meatballs and rigatoni pasta for her local community after being inspired by … Continue reading NEWS DIGEST 13.02.2021: South London child feeds an entire community, other stories
Today’s news digest is taken from HEM News Agency’s ‘HEM Businesses‘ list on Twitter. Blogging and marketing site The Social Ms promoted an article about how bloggers can improve their site visitor numbers and social media followers through teaming … Continue reading NEWS DIGEST 09.08.2020: The boss of blogging and businesses
Ilford, United Kingdom VIJAY SHAH Metal detecting is often considered the preserve of peculiar old gentlemen in weatherproof macs and farmer’s caps milling around a soggy field in the middle of nowhere, but a recent survey has discovered … Continue reading TREASURE HUNTERS: Metal detecting become more popular in the UK, says survey
Krong Siem Reap, CAMBODIA VIJAY SHAH via Hawkfeed If you visit the 800-year-old Hindu temple complex of Angkor Wat in Cambodia, you will be immediately be taken aback by the immense building and intricate carvings of deities and old Khmer kings of was once one of the most powerful and expansive empires in south-east Asia. However take a closer look, and you will notice something very peculiar among the images of soldiers, local wildlife, royalty and apsaras (sacred nymphs). On one of the walls of the main temple at Ta Prohm, there is a carving of a lizard-like creature, stockily-built … Continue reading ANGKOR WAT STEGOSAURUS: Cambodian Hindu temple shows possible ancient knowledge of prehistoric life
A semi-retired builder searching for treasure in the east of the English county of Devon struck historical gold after recently uncovering a hidden hoard of around 20,000 coins dating from the Roman occupation of Britain, national newspaper the Daily Mail reports. The collection of coins, believed to be in the value of £100,000 (US $162,440) was chanced upon by builder and amateur metal detecting enthusiast Laurence Egerton in east Devon, an area in south-western England famed for its picturesque moors and fields. The hoard of Roman money is believed to be one of the largest hauls of historical coinage ever discovered in the U.K. Egerton, aged 51, was in a local field searching for … Continue reading EAST DEVON ROMAN HOARD: Builder uncovers 20,000 ancient coins in field