Minelab has been announced the winner of an Engineering Excellence Award for its latest ground-breaking technology development, SETA (Smart Electronic Timing Alignment), a prominent innovation behind the company's recent product release, the GPX-4500. Minelab scoops award for engineering excellence.
The Great Arab Revolt Project (GARP) is planned as a ten-year project to investigate First World War archaeology in Jordan and develop new heritage sites for visitors. In contrast to the Western Front, where considerable fieldwork has taken place, First World War remains in Jordan have never been systematically investigated.
Currently in the running for a BAFTA in the UK, 'The Beachcombers', a short film proudly supported by Minelab, has been selected as one of the six cross-London finalists in the ITV Best of Boroughs competition - recognising the best short films made in London over the past year.
Bus driver and metal detector fanatic Tom Peirce is in for a bumper pay day after unearthing 500 Bronze Age artifacts - one of the largest ever ancient finds.
Amateur treasure hunter Mr Peirce started combing a field after dropping off a school coach party at a farm - and now he could have a haul worth more than £80,000 on his hands.