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The Scottish Coal Carrying Championships makes a welcome return to Kelty, in the Kingdom of Fife, on August 28 thanks to sponsorship from National Pride UK Community Interest Company (CIC).

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A councillor has vowed to get answers about a puddle of unidentified liquid in Cowdenbeath which was originally believed to be pineapple juice. Although pineapple juice has been ruled out as the cause of a mysterious puddle, local councillor Darren Watt has refused to give up on finding out the caus

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A man who accidentally set his house on fire by cooking steak in a toaster has claimed he received an unsatisfactory insurance payout.

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The National Trust has gone to significant lengths to keep the bat residents of a historic manor house in Norfolk happy during a £6 million re-roofing project.

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A Filipino construction worker has forged a new career after teaching himself how to shape surfboards by hand. After he’d been surfing and teaching for a few years, Larry Hufalar, better known as Tikboy, started tinkering around with broken boards, teaching himself how to make repairs. So

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A visual artist who worked as a carpenter for 25 years is using the tools and components familiar from her daily experience of construction to help make paintings, prints, and sculptures. Rachel Yoder, who lives in a mountain valley near Nelson, British Columbia, has explored how work

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A couple who purchased a home fully aware that bees were potentially living in the wall were shocked to learn that an estimated 450,000 of the insects had called the place home for almost 35 years.

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A dispute between neighbours over an apple tree that allegedly attracts wasps has incurred at least £200,000 in legal costs. Barbara Pilcher, who is allergic to wasps, took her neighbour Antoinette Williams to court over her alleged failure to dispose of rotting apples falling from the tree.

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Staycationers can tick one off their bucket list this summer as KFC plans to open a pop-up fried chicken hotel in London.

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There are, of course, many different trades involved within the construction industry, from surveyors to bricklayers to roofers. But what about those who give the important finishing touches to a new development – the construction painter, or painter and decorator. This got us thinking. How lo

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Kinloch Castle has been put up for sale for just £1. The castle, which is currently owned by Scottish National Heritage, is located on the Isle of Rum off Scotland's west coast.

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Aberdeen Football Club has commissioned a statue of Sir Alex Ferguson to commemorate his outstanding contribution to the Club. The bronze statue, which will be located on the external concourse outside the Richard Donald Stand, will be the first of a series which is being planned to celebrate and ho

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Scotland captain Andy Robertson is engulfed in a dispute with a neighbour over plans to build a swimming pool at his English home. The Glasgow-born Liverpool FC defender wants a 41ft pool in an extension to his £3.3m home in a select part of Wilmslow, Cheshire.

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Lawyers are debating how to deal with a German man who had an anti-aircraft gun, torpedo – and a tank – in his basement.

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