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The theft of a tiny house that later resurfaced over 750 miles away has baffled police officers in Australia. Julie Bray built the prototype home, worth around £12,000, for exhibition to investors, but it disappeared from her business premises on Sunday.

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An investigation is underway after an ancient heritage site which some believe was occupied by fairies was ravaged by digging work. The incident took place at Lisnabulrevey, near Fintona in Co Tyrone, when attempts were made to remove the rath, a circular fortified settlement dating from the Iron Ag

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(from left) Paul Hampton (head of built environment at the University of Wolverhampton), Richard Dolman (director at AR Demolition), Patricia Sloneczny (director of quality & HR at AR Demolition) and John Woodward (C&D Consultancy) The University of Wolverhampton has officially launched the

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A central London office block has been crowned the UK’s “ugliest” building after winning the 2017 Carbuncle Cup. Nova Victoria, a bright red £380 million complex located near Victoria Station, was granted the dubious title by Building Design, with judges describing the structure as “a hideo

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Lego has unveiled a model set of its new Lego House to coincide with the opening next month. The LEGO House (21037) kit will be launched just ahead of the grand opening of the visitor centre, which was designed by architecture firm BIG for the company's hometown of Billund, Denmark.

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Guests at DoubleTree by Hilton hotels all over the world will be welcomed with a signature cookie this weekend to mark the official opening of the Queensferry Crossing. To celebrate the opening and the launch of the 10th DoubleTree by Hilton hotel in Scotland - located at the Queensferry Crossing -

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A group of Russian grandmothers grew so tired of waiting for the local authorities to fix their road that they hired the necessary equipment and did the job themselves. After being told by officials that the pothole-covered road through the village of Svedniy Bugalish in the Urals was "fine", the gr

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Jim Barrie City Gate Construction put culture at the heart of Paisley’s bid for UK City of Culture 2021 this week by revealing that one of its senior staff is an accomplished artist whose generosity is set to help Paisley’s Accord Hospice.

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In a national first, contractors working for Highways England have worked with specialists to adapt technology used for architectural ornamental lighting, such as monuments and halls, for use on motorways and major A roads. The improvement work took place on the M62 near Huddersfield and Halifax (ju

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Just one fifth of Scots claim to already live in their dream home as planning applications for home improvements slow to their lowest ebb in five year growth to stand at just 3%, new data has shown. According to Halifax Insurance, since 2012 just over 92,000 planning applications have been submitted

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