Roadside reflectors in Pennygown, Mull Special traffic lights for otters have been installed on a Scottish island to help them cross the road more safely.
Image courtesy of @tirnaog09 Celtic fans are planning to wear hard hats usually seen on construction sites at Ibrox on Hogmanay - to poke fun at the stadium’s roofing problems, according to The Scotsman.
A supermarket ATM machine in Fife was the target of a bizarre ram raid attempt early this morning by a thief driving a construction site dumper truck. The determined driver repeatedly crashed the stolen vehicle into a Kirkcaldy supermarket before taking off on foot empty handed, according to an eyew
An Australian businessman returned to his home in Sydney to find his property had been demolished because builders targeted the wrong address, the BBC has reported. Steve Ballas said he received a call at work from a friend who told him: "They're demolishing your house."
Fossils from giant ice age-beasts were uncovered while workers were digging an extension to the Los Angeles subway system. The finds include a 3-foot-long (1 meter) section of mammoth tusk, as well as a skull and partial tusks from a much younger animal, which might have been either a mammoth or a m
Donald Trump opening the clubhouse at one of his golf courses US President-elect Donald Trump has pulled plans for one of his walls - a barrier to stop the Atlantic battering his exclusive golf resort on Ireland's west coast.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6r8QX35ty9E A group of construction unearthed a deadly surprise while digging up a cesspit, the Daily Star has reported.
Helsinki will not follow Bilbao and Venice in hosting a Guggenheim museum after city councillors finally rejected proposals for a new building on the Finnish capital's waterfront for the third time. The Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation first raised the idea for the museum in 2011 but the project fac
Tulloch Homes, the housebuilder which has a controlling interest in the three stands at Inverness Caledonian Thistle’s Tulloch Caledonian Stadium, has offered to gift them to the club in a deal worth over £6 million. Tulloch’s relationship with the club began in 2001 and it built the north and
The BRIT Awards have today given a first look at the 2017 Zaha Hadid-designed award, one of the final commissions of the architect’s career. Dame Zaha Hadid started work on the project three months before she died in March.
The Foreign Office came in for some stick on Twitter last night after tweeting about the new Queensferry Crossing... with an accompanying image of the Forth Bridge. This of course led to some ribbing from the Twitterati…..but not least as the bridge is being paid for by the Scottish Government and
Sir Robert McAlpine has been awarded the scaffolding contract and pre-construction service agreement (PCSA) for a three-year programme of essential works to restore the Big Ben tower at the Palace of Westminster. The firm’s special projects division will begin work in the New Year on £29m of repa
A 'beautiful' Dutch construction worker has found internet fame and a modelling contract after being stopped by a stranger in the street for a photo. Danika (@MaddoLuu), a 21-year-old photography student from London, BuzzFeed reports, stopped him in the Dutch capital and asked him for a photo.
A retired surveyor and construction company boss has been given the go-ahead to build a mausoleum that will hold six bodies in the back garden of his family home, according to the Daily Record. Jim Campbell had asked for permission to be allowed to erect the monument at his £600,000 property in Bot
A church in Edinburgh is to install a 10ft illuminated cross after winning an appeal against a council planning decision that had ruled it would ruin the view of the area. Bristo Baptist, on the Capital’s Queensferry Road, had previously applied for permission to hoist the aluminium cross adorned