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The richest man in the world has announced his intent to create his very own “smart city” in the United States. Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates plans invest $80 million (£61m) to buy 40 square miles of land just 45 minutes west of Phoenix to build around 80,000 residential units and thousands o

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A building constructed in rural Kirkcudbrightshire in the early 1900s, which was designed to look like a castle for a herd of 12 cows, is to be converted into holiday apartments under new plans. The landmark building fell into serious disrepair and was placed on the Buildings at Risk register more t

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A massive 11,000-square feet Leonard Cohen mural was inaugurated in downtown Montreal this week to mark the one-year anniversary of the singer’s death. Artists El Mac, Gene Pendon and the MU collective based their work off a photograph that was originally taken by Lorca Cohen in 2008.

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Donald Trump’s five-star golf resort in Aberdeenshire is among a number of courses that could face severe flooding by the middle of this century, according to a study. The Sunday Times reported Ordnance Survey research predicts the coast adjacent to the Trump International Golf Links resort, north

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Officials in the Austrian city of Salzburg have taken novel steps to address the increasing numbers of people injuring themselves by walking into lampposts while peering into the screens of their smartphones by putting airbags around the uprights. Locally, the word 'Smombies' has even been coined to

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Ben Nevis, the UK’s tallest mountain, is among four Scottish peaks being offered for “adoption” in one-acre plots as a gift for Christmas. The John Muir Trust is inviting outdoors lovers to raise funds to be used to preserve the landscape of the famous peaks.

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Workmen on Perth & Kinross Council’s £35 million A9/A85 project recently uncovered a large carved stone whilst excavating part of the site. Contractors Balfour Beatty stopped works in the area to allow archaeologists from Perth and Kinross Heritage Trust and Culture Perth & Kinross to ins

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