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Kinloch Castle has been put up for sale for just £1. The castle, which is currently owned by Scottish National Heritage, is located on the Isle of Rum off Scotland's west coast.

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Aberdeen Football Club has commissioned a statue of Sir Alex Ferguson to commemorate his outstanding contribution to the Club. The bronze statue, which will be located on the external concourse outside the Richard Donald Stand, will be the first of a series which is being planned to celebrate and ho

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Scotland captain Andy Robertson is engulfed in a dispute with a neighbour over plans to build a swimming pool at his English home. The Glasgow-born Liverpool FC defender wants a 41ft pool in an extension to his £3.3m home in a select part of Wilmslow, Cheshire.

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Lawyers are debating how to deal with a German man who had an anti-aircraft gun, torpedo – and a tank – in his basement.

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Network Rail engineers have constructed what is believed to be Scotland's first ‘beaver pass’ under the Highland mainline.

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Over a thousand computers used to mine cryptocurrency have been crushed by police using a steamroller.

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Unused energy trapped within bridges is to be harvested in a major new international project led by Heriot-Watt University.

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A woman facing more than $100,000 in parking fines for minor parking infractions on her own property has cleared a hurdle in her lawsuit against her local authority. Sandy Martinez has been supported by the Institute for Justice (IJ) in her lawsuit against the town of Lantana in Florida, which says

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A man has gone viral on social media after sharing his story of accidentally breaking into a home and cleaning it.

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Paintings by a former labourer with a secret artistic talent are set to go on exhibition three years after he passed away.

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