Topic: Geography

IRANIAN WEIGHTLIFTER SELLS OLYMPIC GOLD MEDAL FOR IRAN-IRAQ EARTHQUAKE SUPPORT

Published on by Jasmine Hekmat (writer)

 (photo: Jasmine Hekmat)

Kianoush Rostami has auctioned his Rio 2016 gold medal to raise money for the sufferers of last week’s 7.3-magnitude quake which occurred on the Iraq-Iran border.

HASTINGS BEACH SECRETLY MOVED OVERNIGHT CLAIMS RESIDENT

Published on by Martin Vessey (author)

Rock-a-Nore Beach (photo: Google Earth)

Rock-a-Nore Beach

Hastings Council accused of landscaping popular Rock-a-Nore shingle in preparation for controversial marina development

Clowning Around: Unwelcome Visitor In Train Stations Signal Box

Published on by Holly Doran (author)

Usually its a fallen tree or flooding on the tracks, but this morning South Eastern commuters were left red nosed with their excuses as to why they were late this morning...

Pelham Arcade no longer 'in decline'

Published on by Tom Howard (author), Brendan Husebo (author)

Pelham Arcade back in the 19th century (photo: Hastings Borough Council)

Pelham Arcade back in the 19th century

The famous shopping arcade on the seafront has been taken off English Heritage’s ‘at-risk’ register after a four-year restoration

PM backs plans for ‘HS3’

Published on by Tom Howard (author)

Frank Partridge discusses HS2 and HS3 with Broadcaster reporter Tom Howard (photo: Bea Stapleford)

Frank Partridge discusses HS2 and HS3 with Broadcaster reporter Tom Howard

David Cameron has given the green light to plans for a controversial high-speed rail link in the north of England.