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Edinburgh locals have been left baffled by a newly-painted stretch of double yellow lines measuring just 30 centimetres long. The road markings mean vehicles cannot park in the tiny area on Melville Street between designated parking spots and a new cycle path, Edinburgh Live reports.

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Elon Musk is set to sell Twitter building signs and other items from the company at auction after the social media site rebranded as X. Items within the lots are coffee tables, outsized bird cages, and oil paintings of images that went viral.

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Plans for a series of pop-up structures to be sited alongside the existing 1930s Police Box on Leith Walk in Edinburgh have been rejected.

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A man has discovered skeletons of an ancient dolphin while digging a swimming pool in the back garden.

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In a recent auction that underscores the frenzied state of London's real estate market, an unused four-storey metal stairwell was sold for £25,000, 20% more than its starting bid. The Twickenham stairwell, unused since the connected office building was converted into residences in 2016 and the

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A real estate agent has incurred a hefty fine of $20,000 (around £12,000) for drinking milk directly from the container while showcasing a house for sale.

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A ‘bee bank’ has been installed next to a repaired sink hole in Ayrshire as part of efforts to enhance biodiversity on and near the railway.

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Ancient rocks from the Isle of Rum are playing an important role in an international space mission to discover more about Mars. A group of scientists have this week been collecting samples of rock from the NatureScot National Nature Reserve (NNR) as part of the NASA and European Space Agency (ESA)&r

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Groundworks for the rocket launch site at Shetland's planned SaxaVord spaceport have uncovered potential Bronze Age remains.

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A man was forced to stop removing letters from a sign at Twitter's San Francisco headquarters after complaints were made to the police about the work. Elon Musk, who owns the social media giant, wanted to change the sign above the city’s Market Street on Monday after the company’s name w

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A woman in Edinburgh's New Town who painted her door pink has won a planning battle with her neighbours over the brightly coloured entrance. Miranda Dickson departed from the norm to paint the front door of her Drummond Place property a shade of Champagne pink, leading to the City of Edinburgh

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A team of students from Edinburgh Napier University have returned home after completing a world-first construction project in China – based around sustainable bamboo building material. The first bamboo-timber composite grid shell structure of its kind has been built in Guangxi, with the help o

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Famous singer-songwriter Bob Dylan has placed his Scottish retreat, Aultmore House and Estate, on the market with offers starting at £3 million. Located in Nethy Bridge, within the Cairngorm National Park, the property is being marketed by Knight Frank.

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The world's largest urban construction project in wood is to be delivered in Stockholm, where the first sod is planned to be turned in 2025 and the first buildings are expected to be completed in 2027. Brought forward by Developer Atrium Ljungberg, Stockholm Wood City extends over 250,000

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