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A driver has built a life-size snowman in the middle of a busy road after getting trapped in the snow.

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The outgoing governor of Arizona has been spending his final days in office by frantically, and illegally, attempting to fill in sections of the incomplete wall on the US-Mexico border with shipping containers. Republican Doug Ducey, who will hand the keys of his office to his Democratic s

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A worker who was unfairly dismissed for refusing to join his colleagues in the pub after work has won a case against his erstwhile employer. Mr T, not to be confused with he of A-Team fame, was a senior advisor at a firm in Paris.

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A family of four were charged more than £80,000 in error after EDF sent a £1 million electricity bill. Richard Baron from Kent thought the bill was "quite amusing" at first until the energy provider proceeded with the first direct debit payment, leaving the family more than £7

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A video of a man using an old scooter as a unique construction tool has been shared online. In the video, one can see the man is using his Bajaj Super scooter to uplift the construction material using a rope tied to the engine. 

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Charlotte Church has won planning permission to open a green wellness retreat - complete with a “womb room” - at a mansion in a Welsh valley. The singer bought Rhydoldog House, which was once owned by the Laura Ashley family, while it was halfway through a renovation and has sp

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Paw Patrol's construction pub Rubble will take to the screens next year in his own spin-off of the popular kids' show, Nickelodeon has announced. Rubble & Crew, set around the character of the beloved bulldog, will debut on the children's network on February 3rd.

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A Dutch supermarket chain was forced to pull a World Cup advert featuring singing and dancing construction workers after a backlash from fans and human rights groups. The television commercial by Jumbo featured orange-clad workers smiling and laughing as they performed a conga line through a scaffol

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A 19th-century jail in southern France is to become a luxury hotel after being sold under a programme to modernise the country’s prisons.

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A man has returned from holiday to find his house had been stripped of all its furnishings and sold from under him without his knowledge. Reverend Mike Hall, from Luton, had been alerted by neighbours to explain that it appeared someone was in his home and that all the lights were on.

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A plumber working in an Edinburgh flat was astonished to find a 135-year-old message in a bottle under the floorboards. Peter Allan cut a hole in the floor of a flat in Morningside when he discovered the whisky bottle complete with a rolled-up note.

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