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Plans for the world’s first true floating island city could become reality in the Maldives. Architects at Waterstudio, working in cooperation with Netherlands-based Dutch Docklands and the Government of The Maldives, believe they have found a modern, scalable, commercially-viabl

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A floating restaurant that was a famous Hong Kong landmark has sunk, days after it was towed away from the harbour where it operated for nearly 50 years. The Jumbo restaurant capsized in the South China Sea while on its way to an undisclosed location, its parent company Aberdeen Restaurant Enterpris

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A couple who took their neighbour to court over a “very minor” trespass which they refused to settle for £13,000 must now pay a £130,000 legal bill.

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A wind farm project in Innerleithen in the Borders has been paused after a pair of golden eagles were spotted near the site.

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Construction workers were concerned when a sluggish movement was detected in a deep muddy hole on an urban construction site.

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Taco Bell has unveiled a new restaurant that ditches the dining room and has four drive-thru lanes that will deliver tacos from the sky instead.

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A restaurant in Arizona is gaining attention after its owners said guests could lick the walls while enjoying their food or a drink, as the walls are made of Himalayan rock salt.

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A novel penned by a construction worker during his lunch breaks using just his iPhone has been picked up by a major publisher.

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A network of tunnels which would connect the Scottish islands is being “seriously thought about”, according to Scotland Office minister Ian Stewart.

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