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Tourists who visit the Isle of Mull to see white-tailed eagles contribute up to £8 million per year to the island’s economy, according to a new study. The study has highlighted the scale of the economic benefits to Scotland’s so-called “eagle island” thanks to the birds

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A medieval priory seal matrix which is believed to be about 800 years old, has been sold after it was dug up by a metal detectorist who is just ten years old. The copper-alloy seal was found in Woodbridge, Suffolk, by George Henderson from Nottinghamshire.

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A shoe shop has appealed to a bungling thief to "do the right thing" and return 20 stolen shoes – all of them for left feet only. A reward of $5,000 (around €4,500) has been offered by the Miami-based store for the return of the shoes, which are of dubious resale value without their right

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A cyclist who reported a motorist to police for allegedly using his phone behind the wheel is facing a £1,000 fine for his trouble. Bristol cyclist Tom Bosanquet, 42, submitted footage from his headcam to an online portal for reporting road traffic offences after spotting a motorist with a pho

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Pubs and restaurants in Australia could face a $220,00 fine if staff are caught pouring pints incorrectly. Undercover staff from the Australian Government department named the National Measurement Institute (NMI) will be placed in venues across Australia this week to monitor if staff are pouring the

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Auction houses Christie's, Sotheby's and Bonhams have cancelled sales of Russian art. Auctions were due to take place in London in June and November, in a period known as "Russian Art Week".

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A motorist who led police on a 35-mile chase was found to be carrying a toy driving license from Legoland.

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NFL quarterback Tom Brady's last touchdown ball has been sold at an auction for $518,000.

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A former prison has found new life as a legal cannabis farm. What used to be Claremont Custody Centre in California is now a bustling business, with cannabis growing in the garden while staff make edibles in the kitchen and assemble pre-rolled joints in the mess hall.

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Ayrton Senna's historic 1989 McLaren F1 car has been sold through cryptocurrency at a sale at the Himalaya Exchange.

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A Spanish TV station has apologised after a quiz show asked contestants to guess the street value of a gram of cocaine. Atrapame Se Podes, or Catch Me if You Can, a popular show in Galicia, features topical questions and a prize pot of €25,000.

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A Congolese man has married triplets after they proposed to him simultaneously. The mononymic Luwizo told Afrimax English he thought he "was dreaming".

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