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A couple has been fined $1,542 (£1,285) and further threatened with a fee of $250 (£208) per day for parking in their own driveway.

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A family has been living without a roof on their home after it was removed by a contractor they never hired. The property was covered in tarp with no explanation except a letter left by the contractor which says there had been some miscommunication, and they were sent to the wrong address.

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High quality lime has been manufactured for the first time in the UK using hydrogen technology as part of a world-first net zero trial. The trial, led by Tarmac at its Tunstead site near Buxton, was the culmination of a project funded by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (B

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A 17th-century turfhouse has been recreated using traditional materials, tools and techniques in Glencoe. The turf, wattle and thatch structure was erected by a team of skilled craftspeople in 2021. It has the same footprint as one of the late 17th-century dwellings excavated by conservation charity

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A castle near Helensburgh which, for 25 years, has been at the centre of a protracted legal battle over a £230 debt has been put up for sale for nearly £1.3 million. Knockderry Castle's former owner, Marian van Overwaele, was made bankrupt in 2000 after her repeated refusals to pay the &

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A luxurious St Andrews property worth £3 million has been listed for sale just in time for the start of the Golf Open, which makes a return to the Old Course for its 150th anniversary.

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Plans for the world’s first true floating island city could become reality in the Maldives. Architects at Waterstudio, working in cooperation with Netherlands-based Dutch Docklands and the Government of The Maldives, believe they have found a modern, scalable, commercially-viabl

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A floating restaurant that was a famous Hong Kong landmark has sunk, days after it was towed away from the harbour where it operated for nearly 50 years. The Jumbo restaurant capsized in the South China Sea while on its way to an undisclosed location, its parent company Aberdeen Restaurant Enterpris

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A couple who took their neighbour to court over a “very minor” trespass which they refused to settle for £13,000 must now pay a £130,000 legal bill.

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