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An excavator operator working in a peat bog in southeast Poland has stumbled on a rusted longsword from the 14th century. The discovery has kicked off an archaeological expedition to the area in the hope of finding more artefacts from the time period.

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Work to install one of Scottish Water’s largest solar panel projects to date, at a waste water treatment plant in Montrose, has unearthed a lost piece of military history. Scottish Water Horizons, a wholly owned subsidiary of Scottish Water, which is driving forward the organisation’s green agen

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An unpaved section of a Montreal street has become the subject of ridicule online, stirring controversy over how the city handles construction projects, CBC News has reported. Demix Construction has been repaving part of René-Lévesque Boulevard in time for the Formula E, an electric-car race that

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Planning permission has been granted to install a sculpture depicting Jesus as a homeless person in Nelson Mandela Place, Glasgow. Glasgow Churches Together, the group behind bringing the sculpture of Matthew 25, known as the Homeless Jesus, is now raising £15,000 to fund the project.

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SpaceX CEO Elon Musk has unveiled his detailed vision to colonise Mars, including how much it is going to cost and what he wants to build first. The Huffington Post reports that the billionaire already set a date for landing a spacecraft on the red planet - 2018 - and to set the ball rolling on his

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Moray Council has revealed plans to transfer the ownership of historic clock tower in Dufftown to the local community. The clocktower, which stands in the centre of the town and dates from 1839, was declared surplus to operational requirements in 2005. It continued to serve as a tourist information

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Drivers of the latest wheeled loader range from Hyundai will be able to surf the web in their cabs. The new HL965 model contains an automotive 'infotainment' system complete with a smart phone style seven-inch touch wide screen monitor to enable operators to access accurate equipment data in quick t

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A construction worker plans to buy a bigger house so his daughters can have their own rooms after he won £300,000 on a scratchcard, The Herald has reported. David Abercrombie, 26, from Irvine, Ayrshire, hit the jackpot – to the disbelief of his workmates – on a Lucky Lines scratchcard from Nati

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NHBC has developed an online quiz to test people’s knowledge of onsite health and safety signs. The quiz was launched to coincide with NHBC’s 8th annual Health and Safety Awards where house building sites across the UK compete to demonstrate excellence in health and safety standards.

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Lego has made the Solomon R Guggenheim Museum the latest addition to its architectural model series to coincide with the 150th anniversary of the birth of architect Frank Lloyd Wright, reports Deezen. The late American architect, who was born 8 June 1867, completed the New York art museum in 1959. W

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Construction worker Joseph Mutungi is celebrating after winning the Kenyan lottery. The father of four became the second Lotto Power Draw winner this year, taking home Sh10 million (£75,000) in the Madaraka Day Power Draw.

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Staring at modern buildings and the 21st century’s urban landscapes such as the archetypal financial district can give you a headache, according to a new academic study.

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