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A city council has come under fire after spending more than £260,000 on lighting in a park which closes to the public at sunset. Alice Wainwright Park in Miami, Florida is now fully illuminated by 53 new solar-powered lampposts following the $350,000 investment in what was dubbed a "resiliency

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A pensioner who walked away from an art gallery wearing a pair of blue overalls unintentionally committed art theft. The French pensioner noticed the overalls hanging on a wall in the Picasso Museum and assumed they had been forgotten by another visitor.

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A crane operator has been widely condemned on social media after the emergence of a viral video showing him disposing of human waste in perhaps the worst possible way. The short video begins with the man saying "the joys of being a crane operator" and lifting up what appears to be a plastic bag of h

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One of the last standing examples of Japanese Metabolism, the post-war architectural movement dedicated to building superstructures fit for a transformed society, is to be demolished next month.

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A construction worker was left “flabbergasted” after spotting a man riding along a cycle lane wearing nothing but a helmet, socks and trainers.

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Two men from a town in Massachusetts, have built a tiny Irish pub on wheels. The Wee Irish Pub measures eight feet by 17 feet and includes an electric fireplace, a high wooden bar, a small fridge and two beer taps, all inside a trailer.

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A national memorial dedicated to those accused of witchcraft is one step closer to becoming a reality following a visit to a proposed eco-therapy wellness and leisure park development being undertaken by National Pride UK at St Ninians, near Kelty in Fife. National Pride directors, Irene Bisset and

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A construction worker made a once-in-a-lifetime discovery earlier this month when he found a woolly mammoth tooth while on site.

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Rod Stewart has been busy filling in potholes near home because "no one else can be bothered".

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Researchers have led a workshop to develop New York’s hemp industry as a revolution in sustainable construction.

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