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A US developer is advancing the practice of smart home design in hurricane-prone areas as fear grows of increasingly unpredictable weather.

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The sky above Edinburgh has been illuminated by the Granton gasholder with creative light shows designed by students from Edinburgh College working in partnership with the City of Edinburgh Council.  The iconic gasholder tower located in the Granton Waterfront area of the city is now a beacon o

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Six of the world’s most famous landmarks have been given a green makeover and reimagined as environmentally friendly energy hubs. Niagara Falls, the Pyramids of Giza, the Eiffel Tower, Taj Mahal, Sydney Opera House, and Big Ben have all been given a green facelift to show how renewable energy

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A construction worker was threatened with jail time for wearing a t-shirt to a virtual court hearing. Detroit judge Ronald Giles reprimanded the defendant, who claimed the attire was due to him being at work on a building site.

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A teenager has accidentally moved into a retirement village after signing her lease without viewing the property. Madison Kohout, who is 19, signed for the apartment after finding it online prior to her move from Oklahoma to Arkansas, but she had no idea what she'd signed up for.

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The husk that surrounds the fruit of coconut is being used within a new product to enhance wastewater effluent quality for both residential and commercial projects that require off-mains wastewater treatment.

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A construction supervisor has won $5 million after being handed the wrong lottery ticket at a North Carolina convenience store.

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A farmer accidentally annexed part of France to his native Belgium after moving a 200-year-old stone marking the border between the countries. The border marker has been in place since the border was first drawn up in 1819 and ratified in the Treaty of Kortrijk the following year.

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A Dutch couple has moved into Europe’s first 3D-printed house. The house in Eindhoven – the first of five within ‘Project Milestone’ – fully complies with all of the strict building requirements of The Netherlands. Uniquely, the project partners have realized a home wit

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The Italian government has approved a plan to furnish Rome's ancient Colosseum with a new floor, giving visitors a gladiator’s eye view of the building and enabling it to stage cultural events.

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Architect HOKO Design has shown Prime Minister Boris Johnson that £30,000 is more than enough to create a dream Downing Street dwelling.

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