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Network Rail engineers have constructed what is believed to be Scotland's first ‘beaver pass’ under the Highland mainline.

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Over a thousand computers used to mine cryptocurrency have been crushed by police using a steamroller.

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Unused energy trapped within bridges is to be harvested in a major new international project led by Heriot-Watt University.

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A woman facing more than $100,000 in parking fines for minor parking infractions on her own property has cleared a hurdle in her lawsuit against her local authority. Sandy Martinez has been supported by the Institute for Justice (IJ) in her lawsuit against the town of Lantana in Florida, which says

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A man has gone viral on social media after sharing his story of accidentally breaking into a home and cleaning it.

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Paintings by a former labourer with a secret artistic talent are set to go on exhibition three years after he passed away.

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A homeowner has gone viral on Facebook after unexpectedly unearthing 160 bowling balls from the foundation of his property. David Olson, 33, discovered the first bowling ball while demolishing the back steps of his house – but went on to discover 159 more, all from the same manufacturer.

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A homeowner has discovered an 18th-century Gothic folly made of teeth and bones hidden at the bottom of his garden after living in the property for 25 years. John Bostock was aware that the structure was present as part of his home when he moved in, however, it was not until recently that he discver

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A real estate listing on the shores of Lake Erie in Southwestern Ontario is drawing attention online for being apparently entirely underwater. The 7.7-hectare lot in a protected bay on the Canadian side of Lake Erie may look like a steal at $99,000, especially with the average home in Canada no

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A chance connection has given a construction worker a second shot at his professional baseball dream. Last year, Jake Marshall thought his baseball career was over. The pandemic shut down the league he played with in California and he returned to Alexandria to set up a home construction business.

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