media captionThe Duke of Cambridge: “Having vaccinations is really important”The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have urged people to get the Covid vaccine, saying it is “really important”.Prince William said the uptake so far had been “amazing” but added: “We’ve got to keep it going so the younger generations also feel that it’s really important… . . .
2. Bose Wave SoundTouch Music System Find Lowest PriceBose sits at the top of the food chain in the home stereo system market. It is one of the brands that push the envelope in innovation and design while offering listeners impeccable sound quality. The Bose Wave SoundTouch Music System is not a budget purchase, and… . . .
media captionAlex Salmond: “I’ve got no doubt Nicola Sturgeon has broken the ministerial code.”Alex Salmond has said he has “no doubt” that Nicola Sturgeon has breached the ministerial code.The former first minister was speaking as he made his long-awaited appearance at a Scottish Parliament inquiry. Mr Salmond gave an account to the committee of meetings… . . .
media captionBoris Johnson says the plan for teachers to grade results in England is the “right way forward”Prime Minister Boris Johnson has defended plans for teachers to grade GCSE and A-level pupils in England this summer as a “good compromise”. The PM said the process will be “fair” and “durable”, adding that he had confidence… . . .
Let us start with 3 (recurring) questions-Q1) Are you aligned with a frantic adoption rate of new digital technologies?Q2) Does your business have a strong foundation for SMAC (Social, Mobile, Analytics, and Cloud) to incorporate the latest tech trends that’ll drive the post-digital wave?Q3) Do you have a digitally mature workforce to offer customized products… . . .
Feathers were ruffled at a Stormont meeting on Wednesday when assembly researcher Colin Pidgeon’s cat presented him with a live version of his avian namesake.Mr Pidgeon was appearing remotely before the Northern Ireland Assembly’s Finance Committee when his pet delivered the pigeon through the cat flap.He remained unflappable, quickly capturing and releasing the intruder unharmed,… . . .
Nash Baker ArchitectsIf it’s worth saving, you restore. Of course, if it’s a case like this semi-detached London home from the early 19th century, you go back to the drawing board. By 2011, this house had been changed beyond recognition, with two far-reaching courtyards that served as a garden. With planning consent, Nash Baker Architects… . . .
Heathrow Airport has reported a £2bn annual loss after passenger numbers during the coronavirus pandemic dropped to levels last seen in the 1970s.It said 2020 was the toughest year in its 75-year history and the loss “underlines the devastating impact of Covid-19 on aviation”.Heathrow’s results contained a warning it may not be able to carry… . . .
media captionBiden: “This nation will smile again”President Joe Biden has addressed the nation as the US passed the figure of 500,000 Covid-related deaths, the highest number of any country.”As a nation, we can’t accept such a cruel fate. We have to resist becoming numb to the sorrow,” he said on Monday.The president and vice-president, and… . . .
Ancient Unit: Ancient Mesopotamia Units: Early & Classical Greece Simulation for the Classroom: Ancient Greek Olympics Lesson Plan: Can you save the Roman Republic? Lesson Plan: Buddhist, Taoist, Confucianist, Legalist – How would you behave? Debate: Debates on Censorship Computer Lab: Deep in the Tombs of Egypt Lesson Ideas: Ancient History Learning Modules for Kids:… . . .