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A new robot builder can construct an entire house in two days. Hadrian X is a giant truck-mounted robot that can lay up to 1,000 bricks an hour using a 30-metre arm, meaning it can stay in a single position throughout.

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Today marks the 50th anniversary of the official opening of the Tay Road Bridge. Opened by the Queen Mother in front of a packed crowd on this day in 1966, the crossing connected the city of jute, jam and journalism to the Kingdom of Fife.

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Got a spare £25 million? If you do, and you fancy treating yourself, 21,000 acres of prime Scottish countryside, complete with grouse moors, a Speyside salmon beat and rambling Edwardian hunting lodge could be yours.

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Eerie photos of abandoned Olympic venues have been published by The Telegraph. While the Olympic Park in London has seen the main stadium. velodrome and aquatics centre all remain in use, what remains of Olympic venues in other countries is less impressive.

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Developers and contractors are being warned of the perils of Pokémon Go players trespassing on construction sites, putting themselves in danger in their attempts to “catch ‘em all”. To play the game, players follow their phone’s GPS, which leads them to various places in the real world wher

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A man was forced to postpone the sale of his home after he realised he had been living next door to the flat he owns. Chris Meyer, 30, planned to sell his three-bedroom Carlisle flat to a buyer for £76,000 three years ago.

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The Caithness Broch Project is planning to recreate Iron Age roundhouses in Lego to loan to museums, encouraging people to find out how they were built and used thousands of years ago. Kenneth McElroy, chairman of the Caithness Broch Project, believes that constructing a replica building from Lego w

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Norway is exploring an unconventional and first-of-its-kind form of transportation infrastructure solution to travelling across its many fjords. A drive on the main coastal artery, E39, from Stavanger to Sogneford is less than 250 miles, but takes more than seven hours, traversing as it does countle

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