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The remains of a woolly mammoth from the ice age are among the latest remarkable finds on the £1.5 billion A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon project. Highways England experts, working alongside archaeologists from MOLA Headland Infrastructure, have discovered the partial remains of a woolly mammoth

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Renfrewshire Council has opened the first of a series of public votes to choose the names of its nine new gritters set to keep the area moving this winter. The public have the opportunity to choose their winners from suggestions such as Ploughlo Grittini, William Wall-ice and Thawin' Batty, as a ser

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Donald Trump's plans to build luxury housing near his Aberdeenshire golf course have set a new record for the number of planning objections. The Trump Organisation plans to build 550 new homes on a site within the Trump International Golf Links estate at Menie, near Balmedie.

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The Scottish stonemasons who helped to build the White House are to be the subject of a new exhibition opening in Stirling later this month. One of the most recognisable buildings in the world, the home of the President of the United States in Washington DC owes much to the team of stonemasons from

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The winners have been announced for a competition which challenged participants to envision a habitat for the first five colonisers on Mars. Volume Zero's Marsception 2018 competition imagined the colonisers undertaking research on the viability of life for the future human generations would live on

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An innovative installation of mosses, which can help combat air pollution, has been installed in Musselburgh. Known as the ‘CityTree’, the structure uses a combination of mosses which are cultivated to thrive in urban areas and which is claimed has the capability to remove air pollutants from th

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