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Known for its obsession over aesthetically appealing fruit and shocking auction prices, a new record has been set in Japan with the sale of a box of perfect cherries for £3,600.

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Knockderry Castle, which has been at the centre of a 25-year legal battle over a £230 debt, has finally been put on the market for more than £1.25 million. The A-listed castle, located on the west coast of Scotland was previously owned by 72-year-old Marian van Overwaele, who was made ba

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The Google employee who was fired for claiming that the company's AI had become sentient has now said it has hired a lawyer. Blake Lemoine was suspended after telling the media that the tech giant's new AI, LaMDA, had achieved a breakthrough in consciousness.

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A new tax on table football has sparked an outcry from beach café owners in Italy.

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A collection of Elvis memorabilia worth up to £275,000 is going up for auction this weekend. The auction coincides with the release of the new blockbuster film about the icon.

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Hundreds of kilograms of cocaine have been turned over to police by baffled supermarket workers after being discovered in shipments of bananas from Colombia. The drugs – totalling around 998 kilograms, worth nearly £70 million – were mistakenly delivered to a number of Czech superm

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A couple who took their neighbour to court over a "very minor” trespass which they refused to settle for £13,000 must now pay a £130,000 legal bill. Liz and Adam Peck refused the offer of a settlement from Debbie Ranford, a City banker, in a dispute relating to their home in Dulwic

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A Scottish chippy has launched started offering a fish supper that costs £80 and is covered in 24 karat edible gold.

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A wind farm project in Innerleithen in the Borders has been paused after a pair of golden eagles were spotted near the site.

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Animal rights advocates have failed to persuade a court that an elephant named Happy who was captured at the age of one and brought to the US is legally a person. New York's highest appeals court ruled by 5-2 that Asian elephant Happy, who was born in the wild in Thailand, has not been illegally det

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A major insurance company has been ordered to pay £4 million ($5.2 million) to a woman who caught an STD after having unprotected sex in a man's insured car. A court in Missouri upheld the decision of an arbitrator requiring Geico to make the payment to the woman who they say contracted HPV, a

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Only Fools and Horses character Del Boy is protected under copyright law as a "literary work", an English judge has ruled. The High Court in London was asked to rule in a dispute between the makers of the TV show and an "interactive theatrical dining experience" called Only Fools the (Cushty) Dining

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A major insurance company has been ordered to pay £4 million ($5.2 million) to a woman who caught an STD after having unprotected sex in a man's insured car. A court in Missouri upheld the decision of an arbitrator requiring Geico to make the payment to the woman who they say contracted HPV, a

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A man who raps about robbing ATMs has been arrested on suspicion of robbing an ATM. Ladesion Riley, a 30-year-old from Houston, Texas recently released a YouTube video where he raps about frequently robbing ATMs out of state.

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Deutsche Bank has encountered an unexpected challenge in its bid to relocate hundreds of workers from Russia to Germany – transporting their pets. Staff at the German bank's technology centres in Moscow and St Petersburg were given the opportunity to relocate to Berlin following the outbreak o

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