And Finally

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The underwater discovery of a distinctive wrought iron anchor found by ScottishPower Renewables at the bottom of the southern North Sea has been hailed as an “incredibly rare” find. Believed to be a rare example from the Roman or possibly late Iron Age – somewhere between 1,600-2,0

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A team of archaeologists working on the Çatalhöyük site in southern Turkey has discovered an unusually large building over 8,000 years old. Çatalhöyük is a tell, a mound made of several subsequent settlements, belonging to a Neolithic and Chalcolithic proto-city in

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A home made famous by appearing in hit Netflix show 'Stranger Things' is now available to buy. The Byers' house seen in early seasons of the show is a real home in Fayetteville, Georgia, and can be yours for $300,000 (about £266,119).

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A building contractor is coming to the aid of his local community who are continually having delivery packages stolen from their doorsteps. Inspired by a story he read on social media, Alejandro Espinoza with BZB Construction in Baltimore is taking a break from home improvements to build a box

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Construction work is underway in Houston on a two-storey, 4,000-square-foot single-family home that, when completed, will stand as the first 3D-printed multistory structure in the United States. Led by the US arm of Germany’s Peri 3D Construction and local design-build firm CIVE, Inc. in

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Football club Coventry City is marking the 60th anniversary of Coventry Cathedral by featuring the building's stained glass windows in its new kit. The team, which competes in the English Championship, launched new shirts which replicate those worn in the 1970s.

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A Bronze Age food vessel unearthed during a high street demolition 42 years ago has gone on display at a nearby museum. The 5,000-year-old container, discovered behind a butcher’s shop, is being exhibited at Kirkcaldy Galleries having been recently conserved by experts.

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A homeowner's bid to keep new windows which open the “wrong way” has been thrown out after the windows were branded “pretty ugly” by a councillor. New windows were installed in the front of a cottage in a conservation village in Midlothian.

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A local authority has apologised for demanding that a local landowner remove an unauthorised fence before it was pointed out that it was erected by the council itself. The demand was made by the enforcement division of Longford County Council in Ireland in a letter to Louis Herterich, a local butche

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A parking spot in San Francisco has been put up for sale for $90,000 (£77,000). The spot at a condo complex at 88 Townsend in San Francisco's South Beach neighbourhood is located near Oracle Park, NBC Bay Area reports.

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Two successive earthquakes have rocked Liechtenstein's national parliament – just as lawmakers were debating a new law on earthquake insurance. Footage from the parliament shows a slight tremor as MP Bettina Petzold-Mähr makes the case for making earthquake insurance a legal requirement,

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A Rangers fan who claimed he lost out on business from a contractor due to his support for the club has failed in a legal discrimination bid. Edward McClung attempted to sue Doosan Babcock and NRL for £80,000 under the Equality Act after his company McClung Strategy and Projects Ltd was n

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A mural by world-famous graffiti artist Banksy is set to go to auction, including the attached building, with expectations of the sale bringing between $16 million (£14m) and $30m (£26m).

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