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A construction worker redeveloping Liverpool Football Club's Anfield Road stand was asked to leave the site after leaking a behind-the-scenes video of the work in progress.

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Scientists at The James Hutton Institute are contributing more than just their grey cells to help reduce greenhouse gas emissions and energy use – thanks to a newly installed urinal. The otherwise unassuming facility, at the independent research organisation’s Aberdeen campus, is collect

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Cannabis paraphernalia shops in Barcelona are allegedly skirting restrictive zoning laws by registering as florists. The claim has been made by local shopkeepers in the Catalan capital's old city who have noted an unusual proliferation of such shops, particularly in the tourist hotspot Ciutat Vella.

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Social media algorithms are narrowing the range of images used by architects and designers for inspiration, a researcher at the University of Oxford has said. Maggie Mustaklem's project Design, Interrupted explores how algorithms "might be 'interrupting' the process of searching for images", a "crit

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Residents of a small Welsh town have been reassured that their nearly 150-year-old town clock will soon be repaired after a novel internet protest. Machynlleth Town Clock was completed in 1874 and locals have raised money to make repairs at various points in its history – but the clock is curr

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A US property developer is building houses solely for what he calls "patriotic Americans", with the stipulation that the Stars and Stripes flag must always be displayed. The estate, known as 1,776 Gastonia, will feature 43 homes exclusively available to individuals aged 55 and above. The starting pr

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A man caught on video scratching his and his girlfriend's name into the Colosseum has told prosecutors he had no idea how old it was.

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A former Royal Marine is to auction off his Gallantry Cross to fund plans to build a Highland retreat for soldiers.

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The daughter of Capt Sir Tom Moore has been told to knock down a building intended for use in connection with the veteran's charity but had instead been as a spa. Hannah Ingram-Moore and her husband used the Captain Tom Foundation name on the first plans for the building. Described as being use

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A court has been asked to decide how to measure the height of a building. A civil lawsuit over the height and setbacks of a controversial condominium development planned for just east of Knox Mountain in Kelowna, Canada has opened in court.

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A man has been handed a prison sentence exceeding six years for perpetrating a green energy Ponzi scheme, which claimed to transform cow manure into energy, defrauding investors of over $8.7 million (£6.9m). The six years and nine months sentence for Ray Brewer, 66, of Porterville, and Sh

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A banker, originally from a Welsh council estate, is set to sell his renovated folly in Wales, featured on the 2009 edition of Grand Designs, for a price of £1.85 million. The dilapidated property, spread over 24 acres, was purchased and refurbished by Dean Berry and wife Sarah. The updat

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A construction worker has gained some online attention after sharing a story about how he got revenge against a former co-worker using $40 and some fake coins to make him believe he had struck gold. Redditor u/lrze403 works for a construction company that remodels homes that have been boug

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An Oxfordshire artist has shared videos of herself painting construction workers outside her house. A 20-year-old artist from Didcot, who goes by the name Tanks, has been painting construction workers for over a year.

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A puppy was rescued after getting stuck in a “tight crevice” at a construction site.

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