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A couple who ripped up an old carpet in their home were shocked to discover a giant Monopoly board painted underneath. The giant board features chance boxes, a jail, a community chest, railway stations and classic destinations from the US version of the board such as Connecticut Avenue and Verm

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The demolition of Aberdeen flats that were found to be sinking into the ground will begin next week after work was delayed by bats. Aberdeen City Council’s city growth and resources committee accepted a recommendation from officers to demolish flats in Erroll Place and Erroll Street, near

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The thorny issue of how many fake windows a new jail should have appears to have been settled. The Board of Adjustment (BOA) for the city of Winona in Minnesota unanimously approved a compromise with Winona County and its architects.

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A new sculpture is set to honour the contribution of Thomas Donohoe, originally from Busby, East Renfrewshire, credited with first introducing football to Brazil in 1894. Commissioned by East Renfrewshire Council, supported by Busby Community Council and funded from the Scottish Government's Town Ce

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Prince Charles has been given the green light to build an adventure playground in the grounds of his Scottish stately home. The project at Dumfries House near Cumnock will be an extension to an existing playground at the 2,000-acre estate and will include tree houses, rope bridges, a multi

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The weather can put a damper on any plans but imagine the impact it has on a construction site where bad weather can delay works for weeks. Weather is a risk for every construction project and some contracts have clauses in them to share the risk when a bad event occurs. In the traditional scenario,

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HFD Group, the developer of 177 Bothwell Street in Glasgow, has become the first industry partner of Circular Arts Network – a pioneering initiative that supports artists and community groups through access to surplus or waste construction materials.

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Newly published research reveals how archaeologists discovered the remains of a hitherto lost village and the secrets it held. As part of the M8, M73 and M74 Improvements, Transport Scotland and its consultants commissioned GUARD Archaeology to undertake archaeological investigations. At one of the

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A tradesman who began digging up a garden at what turned out to be the wrong address has shared his story on social media. When his boss was running late to a job, TikTok user @Dafishaaa decided to get a head start on the day by digging up the border and all of the paving slabs in the back garden&nb

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