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A man who converted an old hen house into a gin distillery and won ‘Shed of the Year’ failed to get planning permission. Walter Micklethwait, of the Inshriach Estate near Aviemore, spent two years turning the dilapidated hen house into a shack which boasts its own Wild West themed saloon and bar

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World-renowned architect Lord Foster has taken up the challenge of building the world's smallest airport, in Rwanda. The aim is to create a network of droneports to deliver medical supplies to some of Africa's most inaccessible locations.

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Architects, engineers and builders are the joint second hardest working professions in the UK when it comes to bank holidays as almost nine in ten will be working today, according to new research. Those in HR (89 per cent) are the most likely to be working this weekend, followed architects, engineer

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Archaeologist Megan Stoakley with Amelia Soffe from P1 and Louise Doyle from P6 Further evidence of human remains thought to date back to the 17th Century or earlier have been unearthed by archaeologists in an Edinburgh playground.

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