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The UK’s first hospital-owned solar farm has surpassed expectations by providing enough electricity to not only contribute to the daily power needs of the hospital but to also cover 100% of its demand for 50 hours despite only operating during the shortest days of the year.

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Construction workers have discovered what police described as a mummified body in the wall of a historic building. Police were dispatched to the Henry J. Kaiser Convention Center, near Oakland's downtown, after a worker noticed what appeared to be a human body in a wall that was being deconstructed.

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A delicate operation to remove nine old bangers which had been dumped in a Paisley reservoir has been hailed as a huge success by Scottish Water.

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To celebrate International Women’s Day yesterday, Home Essentials has re-created Julia Donaldson’s classic childhood tale The Gruffalo and turned it into an extraordinary bedroom.

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  A New York-based architecture firm is bringing drinking holes directly into the workplace in a bid to tempt workers back into the office.

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A popular coastal path in Strathaird on the Isle of Skye has provided an ideal opportunity to try a sustainable path repair technique that uses locally-sourced sheep wool. The Kilmarie path is well used by the community, as well as people visiting the Iron Age fort at Dùn Ringill, and a 100-m

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For more than 200 years, gas holders have been a feature of Britain’s skyline. In towns and cities up and down the country, gas holders have stood as a visual reminder of our industrial past. But the industry has evolved since gas holders were first constructed to hold town gas in the nineteen

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Hospitality at the proposed £40m Lomond Banks resort at Balloch won’t just be for guests of the human variety, a warm welcome will also be extended to the area’s bat community with a bespoke state-of-the-art ‘bat hotel’ to be included within the plans.

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The Calabrian mafia has allegedly been converting cocaine into “coal” to avoid alerting the authorities when importing the product from Colombia. The supposed scheme emerged after 65 people were arrested, including two police officers.

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