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A man is facing a legal charge after he was accused of stealing a full wooden porch from his neighbour. The porch owner in Georgia told investigators that while his property may have an abandoned look, the porch and other items on the land were not up for grabs.

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Bricklayer Stuart Alexander has been playing a part in this year’s Edinburgh Fringe after swapping his spirit level for a guitar. The West Lothian brickie who used to perform in local venues in the late ‘80s, turned back the clock to hit the stage as a member of Back In Time For Tea, a c

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Italian football clubs AC Milan and Inter will not be able to demolish the San Siro and build a new stadium together on the land after a new measure was taken to protect part of the structure.

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A driverless car got stuck on a construction site after seemingly mistaking wet concrete for a regular road.

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Hundreds of iconic red phone boxes are currently for sale across Scotland for just £1 as the famous design approaches its 100th year.

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A pair of American tourists were left stranded at the top of the Eiffel Tower overnight after drinking too much. The men had tickets to visit the tower on Sunday evening but were found to still be there on Monday morning when staff arrived to open one of the world's most popular tourist attractions.

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A pillar from a long-unfinished flyover in India grabbed the attention of locals once more more when lamp posts were spotted affixed to the structure. The Bengaluru flyover, which is supposed to connect Ejipura with Madiwala, has been an internet favourite since work began more than six years a

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Two gold coins, spanning 1,500 years in their origin, have been unearthed within 400 metres of each other in a farmer's field. The ancient treasures include a Celtic gold stater from around 65 BC and a 14th-century Edward III quarter noble.

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The communications team at Sir Robert McAlpine channelled their inner builders alongside the iconic Barbie to break industry stereotypes.

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Edinburgh locals have been left baffled by a newly-painted stretch of double yellow lines measuring just 30 centimetres long. The road markings mean vehicles cannot park in the tiny area on Melville Street between designated parking spots and a new cycle path, Edinburgh Live reports.

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Elon Musk is set to sell Twitter building signs and other items from the company at auction after the social media site rebranded as X. Items within the lots are coffee tables, outsized bird cages, and oil paintings of images that went viral.

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Plans for a series of pop-up structures to be sited alongside the existing 1930s Police Box on Leith Walk in Edinburgh have been rejected.

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A man has discovered skeletons of an ancient dolphin while digging a swimming pool in the back garden.

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In a recent auction that underscores the frenzied state of London's real estate market, an unused four-storey metal stairwell was sold for £25,000, 20% more than its starting bid. The Twickenham stairwell, unused since the connected office building was converted into residences in 2016 and the

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