The New Zealand Herald
My holiday: Tony Robinson
What was your greatest holiday? I'm split between two choices. For an urban holiday you can't beat Manhattan, but for diving, sunshine and all-round luxury, it's got to be the Maldives.
Ancient skeletons uncovered in Amesbury
The remains, unearthed at a brownfield development site in London Road, are thought to be those of adolescent to mature males and females.
Archaeologists uncover Pagan skeletons at housing development near Stonehenge
Archaeologists have discovered six Pagan Saxon skeletons dating back over 1,000 years on a housing development site just a few miles from Stonehenge.
Tony Robinson digging around New Zealand
Tony Robinson, better known to children of the 80s as Baldrick, diminutive dimwitted sidekick in the cult Blackadder comedy series, and best known to armchair archaeology buffs as presenter of Time Teampast 20 years, has been here filming segments for his latest history-delving TV show.
The Journal Newspaper Online
Epiacum moles dig up a special slice of Roman history
A near-intact inch-wide Samian ware pottery artefact found on top of a molehill at Whitley Castle Roman fort on the Northumberland-Cumbria border is now in the hands of expert analysts.