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A civil engineer has claimed a Guinness World Record for the tallest stack of M&M's. Will Cutbill from Solihull managed to balance five of the chocolate sweets on top of each other, breaking the previous record of four that was jointly held by Silvio Sabba (Italy) and Brendan

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A construction worker has confessed to the theft of a Pablo Picasso painting which was personally gifted to the Greek people by the famous painter.

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Originally named after Richard Mentor Johnson, Johnson County in Iowa has now taken its name from a different Johnson after hearing that Mr Johnson was a particularly "despicable person". Henceforth, the county is taking its name from Lulu Merle Johnson, a professor and historian who was the fi

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The owner of a San Francisco property modelled on the house of The Flintstones has won a legal battle to keep her "eyesore" life-sized sculptures in the garden. In a dispute that pitted property rights against government rules, retired publishing mogul Florence Fang defended her colourful, bulb

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Pupils at Kinmylies Primary School posted a message to the future after placing a time capsule in Inverness West Link’s new Torvean (Swing) Bridge. Kinmylies pupils Meghan Blain (11) and Sean Paterson (11) were assisted by Steve Scott of contractors, RJ McLeod, and Highland Council senior engi

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An extremely rare Edward III gold coin lost in the wake of the Black Death has been found by a metal detectorist in Norfolk.

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An unexpected plague of mice has forced hundreds of prisoners and prison staff to evacuate. The population of mice in New South Wales, Australia, has boomed in the last year due to an extremely good grain harvest.

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An engineer who graduated with a degree in engineering and worked most of his career in North Carolina without ever needing a license to actually work as an engineer has been banned from talking about engineering. The North Carolina Board of Examiners for Engineers and Surveyors is telling Wayne Nut

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Thousands of people who flocked to a rural South African village in search of diamonds have left disappointed after the gems turned out to be worthless quartz.

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New technology has been installed into a Chinese office development that will only allow employees entry into certain rooms if they are smiling, according to reports. The "smile recognition" — rather than "facial recognition" — technology was installed at the Chinese subsidiary

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An almost empty two-building office development in Houston has opened itself up to offers in Bitcoin in an attempt to generate interest from tenants. One building at 50 Briar Hollow is completely vacant and the other is 70% empty, the aftermath of pandemic-related business setbacks.

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A city official has admitted to "dropping the ball" when a businessman who bought a municipal building at the base of a publicly-owned water tower for just $55,000 was accidentally given the deeds to the water tower as well. Personal trainer Bobby Read intended to turn the b

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An investigation has been launched into the alleged removal of granite steps from historic Union Terrace Gardens in Aberdeen.

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