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A talk show host has come unstuck after appearing to find out, in real time, that timber is a sustainable building product. Mike Graham from talkRADIO conducted a short but sweet interview with Cameron Ford, a carpenter and spokesperson for the campaign group Insulate Britain.

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British/Ghanian architect Sir David Adjaye's firm has revealed plans for a very ambitious new skyscraper for New York City. Named Affirmation Tower, it's slated to become one of the Western Hemisphere's tallest buildings and will feature a striking cantilevering design that looks a little like an up

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A conservation charity has launched an £8 million public appeal to buy an estate which could become a red squirrel “superhighway”. Woodland Trust Scotland hopes to raise the funds to purchase the 4500-acre Couldoran Estate in Wester Ross, which neighbours its existing site at Ben S

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Police have launched an investigation into reports that a group of youths rode a stolen JCB steamroller through a housing estate. Footage posted online shows the moment the youngsters chant loudly and drive the machine through Wallacetown in Ayr, on October 13, about 10.30pm.

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Construction and cricket might not sound like natural bedfellows, but for BAM Construct UK’s long-serving communications man Mark Slattery, they have proven the source of considerable fun. Slattery has just written his first book, Cricket’s Craziest Teams, which features teams of real in

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A pair of stone statues used as garden ornaments in Suffolk have sold for more than £195,000 after being identified as genuine Egyptian relics.

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A parking space located opposite Harrods has gone up for sale for £250,000. However, the underground car parking spot is too small to accommodate the large cars favoured by customers who are able to afford to park in Knightsbridge.

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Plans to install a statue of football legend Denis Law outside Aberdeen's Hall of Heroes have been abandoned because the 4.5-tonne bronze statue is too heavy.

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A town in Dumfries and Galloway experienced a minor power outage after a Viking longboat crashed into power cables. The full-size replica Viking ship was being transported through Kirkcudbright when it became "tangled" in overhead cables, the BBC reports.

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A Bosnian man has built a rotating house so his wife can have better views of the surrounding area. Vojin Kusic, who is 72 years old, told Reuters he was tired of her complaints and frequent refurbishing of their home. Mr Kusic told his wife that he would build her a rotating house so she could "spi

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'Starchitect' Frank Gehry has designed a sculptural new perfume bottle for fashion house Louis Vuitton. Considered one of the most celebrated names in contemporary architecture, Gehry has reimagined the bottle and topped it with a single piece of crumpled aluminum, a fluid form that is inspired

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A US contractor has formed a joint venture with a robotics startup to ramp up the introduction of autonomous robots to construction sites.

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