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A construction worker made a once-in-a-lifetime discovery earlier this month when he found a woolly mammoth tooth while on site.

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Rod Stewart has been busy filling in potholes near home because "no one else can be bothered".

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Researchers have led a workshop to develop New York’s hemp industry as a revolution in sustainable construction.

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The UK’s first hospital-owned solar farm has surpassed expectations by providing enough electricity to not only contribute to the daily power needs of the hospital but to also cover 100% of its demand for 50 hours despite only operating during the shortest days of the year.

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Construction workers have discovered what police described as a mummified body in the wall of a historic building. Police were dispatched to the Henry J. Kaiser Convention Center, near Oakland's downtown, after a worker noticed what appeared to be a human body in a wall that was being deconstructed.

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A delicate operation to remove nine old bangers which had been dumped in a Paisley reservoir has been hailed as a huge success by Scottish Water.

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To celebrate International Women’s Day yesterday, Home Essentials has re-created Julia Donaldson’s classic childhood tale The Gruffalo and turned it into an extraordinary bedroom.

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  A New York-based architecture firm is bringing drinking holes directly into the workplace in a bid to tempt workers back into the office.

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A popular coastal path in Strathaird on the Isle of Skye has provided an ideal opportunity to try a sustainable path repair technique that uses locally-sourced sheep wool. The Kilmarie path is well used by the community, as well as people visiting the Iron Age fort at Dùn Ringill, and a 100-m

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For more than 200 years, gas holders have been a feature of Britain’s skyline. In towns and cities up and down the country, gas holders have stood as a visual reminder of our industrial past. But the industry has evolved since gas holders were first constructed to hold town gas in the nineteen

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