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Alcohol flowed freely in the Portuguese town of Levira over the weekend after two vats holding about 2.2m litres of wine at a distillery burst and flooded the streets.

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Architecture studio Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (SOM) has unveiled designs for Sultan Haitham City, Oman’s first-ever smart city which aims to house 100,000 people. Located in Al-Seeb, a district of Muscat, the new city will comprise over 2.9 million square meters of public space,

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A collection of nine traditional Hindu models believed to be at least 1,000 years old have been unearthed at a construction site in India.

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A crane operator used his skills to rescue an unlucky dog after it fell into a hole on a construction site.

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A homeowner who spent five years building a secret underground cavern in his garden despite not having planning permission may have to demolish the structure. Now an application for retrospective permission for the cavern has been made by the resident in Sefton, who is creating the garden structure

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The LA home where Marilyn Monroe lived before her death could be demolished. The owners of the $8.35 million bungalow have filed to tear down the Hacienda-style home, where the body of the 'Some Like It Hot' star was discovered in August 1962.

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Two construction workers have been detained by police in China for damaging a section of the Great Wall. Police in Youyo County in Shanxi province say a man and a woman used a digger to create a shortcut through the iconic landmark.

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The head of a real estate agency which claimed to have sold a flat to a dog has been arrested in Iran. The arrest came after the agency published a video showing a couple signing over their home to a small white dog named Chester, The Jerusalem Post reports.

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A five-star hotel that hosted the signing of the Brexit deal could be demolished after it was found to have breached planning regulations.

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An award-winning Robertson Homes project manager is undertaking a once-in-a-lifetime charity challenge to raise money for mental health and assistive technologies charities. Kevin Benstead, who recently won an NHBC Pride in the Job Quality Award for his work on Robertson Homes’ Torvean develop

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A pub that graced Glasgow for 70 years has been reassembled as a speakeasy bar in the headquarters of an American technology firm. The Art Nouveau interior of St Mungo Vintners - with its dark wood, stained glass and brass fittings - remained in storage since the pub closed its doors in 19

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Vattenfall has been researching the use of sniffer dogs to detect water leaks in the underground piping used to deliver district heating in The Netherlands. The first results were promising and Vattenfall is now looking at whether the dogs can replace the current thermal imaging cameras used for wat

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