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The man formerly responsible for planning Berlin’s much-delayed international airport has claimed the air hub will never open, after a series of failures have left city authorities red faced. Talking to the Berliner Morgenpost, Dieter Faulenbach da Costa, who was responsible for planning the proje

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Hundreds of homes in Cumbria will be heated using biogas produced from the cheese-making process from next month. A government-backed green energy plant in the area will start producing gas from cheddar manufacturing waste, The Telegraph reports.

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The Poet Laureate, Carol Ann Duffy, is to write an ode to old-fashioned gas and electric meters as they face extinction, the BBC has reported. Glasgow-born Duffy, who was appointed Poet Laureate in 2009, said she wanted to preserve the place of traditional "whirring" meters in household history.

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As we approach the time of the year when we begin to dust off our toolboxes and get spring cleaning, a recent nationwide survey suggests that quite a few Brits will be struggling to clear their outstanding DIY task lists this year. Conducted by JJ Roofing Supplies, the survey quizzed Brits about how

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Construction workers have unearthed human remains while carrying out work at an Edinburgh primary school. Builders working for Morrison Construction found a skeleton while digging foundations for a new classroom at St Mary's Primary, near to Leith Links.

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The discovery of roosting bats within the former Kinross High School could impact plans to build new homes on the site, according to The Courier. Nearly two years after an earlier application was rejected by Perth and Kinross Council, Persimmon Homes have submitted plans to create 91 homes at the fo

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A rare opportunity has emerged to buy a special piece of real estate in Highgate, North London. According to the Metro, an entrepreneurial homeowner has decided to try to flog off his spare toilet for rental at £3,000 a month – that’s 6,000 visits per month if charged at 50p per pee.

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Developers have announced plans to build a new tower in Dubai to surpass the 828m high Burj Khalifa, currently the world’s tallest building. Emaar Properties enlisted architect Santiago Calatrava to design the tower project, which will be anchored with a complex mesh of cables.

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