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A biomass power generator built by Aviva Investors should be torn down because of planning irregularities, a council has ruled. Vale of Glamorgan Council said that it would issue a legal enforcement notice against the Barry Biomass site requiring that “the plant and all buildings are removed f

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Super-stretchy wormlike robots capable of ‘feeling’ their surroundings could find applications in the construction industry, scientists say. A team of engineers from the University of Glasgow have developed robots with forms of motion inspired by the movements of inchworms and earthworms

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Repairs to the leaning Millennium Tower in San Francisco have been suspended after it was found that the skyscraper was sinking faster than previously thought. A spokesman for homeowners told the Los Angeles Times that work had been stopped while workers “try to understand better the mechanism

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Work is underway at Lynebeg as Network Rail engineers prepare for the reconstruction of the rail bridge near Moy as part of advance works for the A9 Dualling: Tomatin to Moy project.

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An engineer who was hit with a high medical bill for a hospital visit requiring X-rays has embarked on a project to build his own machine that will do the job for him. William Osman, a YouTuber who is known for combining engineering and entertainment, posted a video last week outlinin

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A couple who thought they had built their dream home on land they purchased in 2018 have discovered that the new property and its utilities were constructed on a neighbouring plot instead. Jacqueline and Ron Howard said a close friend had owned two adjacent lots of a remote dirt road in rural S

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Two pieces of music commissioned by V&A Dundee to respond to the architecture of the building have been revealed today.

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A construction worker has half a million reasons to celebrate after winning big with a Bigger Spin lottery scratch ticket. Alessandro Ionta from Barrie Ontario said his mind went blank as the big wheel was spinning.

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A town in northern Denmark has found itself at the centre of a copyright battle after it was ordered to destroy a statue of a mermaid accused of being too similar to Copenhagen’s famous Little Mermaid sculpture.

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Spanish designer brand Balenciaga is being ridiculed online over its £2,890 hi-vis 'construction worker' jacket. The design house, which is known for its over-the-top creations, unveiled the padded parka as part of its autumn/winter 21 collection. 

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Moscow's chief architect Sergey Kuznetsov has completed a pipe-shaped cabin, constructed like the hull of a ship and balanced on the edge of a slope in Russia's Nikola-Lenivets Art Park. The holiday home was conceived for the annual Archstoyanie festival, known as Russia's Burning Man, and will

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Poland is to rebuild a famed pre-war palace in Warsaw that was destroyed by the Nazis. President Duda has signed an act to reconstruct the grand Saski Palace, or Saxon Palace, in central Warsaw that the Nazis blew up during the Second World War, The Times reports.

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