More than 100 people have signed up to giving PS1 a week to The Loose Change
| Pictured are youngsters preparing the Pudsey image to place everyone's loose change
But he found it was attached to the counter, so he took the loose change
A growing cashless society means less loose change
is going into charity collection boxes
New Delhi [India], November 20 ( ANI ): Congress leader Shashi Tharoor on Monday called Manushi Chhillar "beautiful, smart and uncommonly gracious" for her graceful response to his 'Chhillar' tweet, wherein he compared the surname of the newly crowned Miss World to 'loose change
Charity organisations in the UAE sometimes encounter loose change
in foreign currency, wondering what to do with it, said Mariam Bin Fahd, director of Dubai Municipality's knowledge management department.
"But he only got away with a bit of loose change
because we don't carry money in the safe any more.
And quite often it's children who have more loose change
than anyone, as it's often nicely tucked away in a money box.
Now the regulars have set their sights on continuing their loose change
mission and intend to hand over the next 12 months' worth of pennies to a children's charity.
More than half of us have loose change
at the bottom of our bags, while 43% pick up coppers on the street, 41% find them down the back of the sofa, 35% discover coins in their back pocket and 26% come across them in bars, the survey of 2,000 people by Meccabingo.com has revealed.
And items including sat navs, mobile phones, clothing and even small amounts of loose change
have been taken.
I'm already missing all the stuff I stash around the interior - lip balm, poo bags, sunglasses, loose change
, a Velcro hair roller (doubles as a dog brush in standstill traffic), dental floss, baby wipes, tissues, pens, pencils.
Nationally, the TSA collected more than $675,000 in loose change
in the 2014 fiscal year that ended Sept.
ARMED raider Ian Lockey carried out a terrifying robbery at a Tyneside shop for the sake of a few coppers in loose change
Summary: That jingle of loose change
in your pocket -- usually reserved for a morning coffee or pick-me-up -- could be your golden ticket come 11am, as the doors to the first ever spring edition of the much-hyped Gitex exhibition open today.