Archive for February 8th, 2011
A historic agreement by the National Trust and the RSPB will see the two charities co-managing a piece of land for the first time.
The Catholic Church has approved an iPhone app that helps guide worshippers through confession.
2011 sees the 550th anniversary of the Battle of Towton, a decisive struggle for the English throne and one of the bloodiest on British soil, fought just outside York on 29th March 1461. In 2011 the JORVIK Viking Festival will mark this momentous occasion with its own series of medieval events.
The world’s largest fish – the Whale shark (Rhincodon typus) — may be larger than we currently think.
Treating medical patients with feces, sounds, well, facetious, but some doctors think it’s not such a crappy idea.
Britain today has an unlikely crime-fighting hero in the form of an elderly woman who used her handbag to tackle a gang of robbers who were raiding a jewellers.
Once again it seems the mainstream press sees fit to take a swing at Odinism. As always our tolerance of other faiths make us easy targets.