And Finally

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Famous for having a stadium that shakes when fans jump together at big matches, Argentine soccer club Boca Juniors has installed devices that make the club’s training grounds vibrate as a way to prepare young players to play in the hustle and bustle.

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A two-year legal battle has so far failed to put an end to the construction of a garage just a few centimetres from the front of a neighbouring home.

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The US Army is to build the largest 3D-printed structures in the Americas as work starts on new barracks at its Fort Bliss base in Texas. Scheduled to be built over the next 10 months, the three 3D-printed concrete barracks will each be more than 5,700 square feet each, making them the largest 3D-pr

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A construction company is set to be sued after it accidentally demolished a house.

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Eight people have been arrested on suspicion of stealing an 18-metre bridge in broad daylight.

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When pupils at Stepps Primary School in Glasgow wrote a heartfelt plea to save their brand-new ducklings from local foxes, it was a challenge the team at Portakabin (Scotland) could not resist.

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Alex Salmond has been ordered to remove a massive Yes sign from his garden in a planning row with Aberdeenshire Council. The former First Minister had the wooden slogan - painted in saltire colours - installed outside his Aberdeenshire home in 2020.

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An innovative new project is ‘distilling’ residues from Scotland’s famous whisky industry into sustainable, green energy. The successful trial involving Scottish Water, SEPA and major distiller Chivas Brothers saw distillery residue brought into Aberdeen’s Nigg Waste Water Tr

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A city council has come under fire after spending more than £260,000 on lighting in a park which closes to the public at sunset. Alice Wainwright Park in Miami, Florida is now fully illuminated by 53 new solar-powered lampposts following the $350,000 investment in what was dubbed a "resiliency

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A pensioner who walked away from an art gallery wearing a pair of blue overalls unintentionally committed art theft. The French pensioner noticed the overalls hanging on a wall in the Picasso Museum and assumed they had been forgotten by another visitor.

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A crane operator has been widely condemned on social media after the emergence of a viral video showing him disposing of human waste in perhaps the worst possible way. The short video begins with the man saying "the joys of being a crane operator" and lifting up what appears to be a plastic bag of h

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One of the last standing examples of Japanese Metabolism, the post-war architectural movement dedicated to building superstructures fit for a transformed society, is to be demolished next month.

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