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Limestone fix for resort sea defence

Thousands of tonnes of limestone are expected to be brought in to repair sea defences damaged by storms at Llandudno in Conwy, councillors are told

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Mountain trek to raise charity cash

Pennines’ becks and limestone scars form backdrop for Mallerstang Yomp challengeThe wind brings tears to the eyes as I make my cautious way to the brink of Hell Gill, the limestone chasm that once marked the boundary between Yorkshire and old.

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Worldpay backers to benefit from Visa Europe stake sale

The private equity backers of Worldpay are in line for another massive payout from the payment processing company only weeks.

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The final blunder on £8,000 EdStone

Labour paid almost £8,000 for the infamous limestone tablet emblazoned with election pledges that became one of the most embarrassing.

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Worldpay confirms £890m London float plan

UK payment processing company WorldPay has announced plans to float on the London market after weeks of speculation and multi-billion.

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Strange beasts on the balustrade

Wrest Park, Bedfordshire: Out of the fog came a jackdaw which landed on its stone head then clawed its faceA strange, pale coloured beast, part dog part lion, was seated on the balustrade of a Victorian terrace Out of the fog came a jackdaw.

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We’re running out of room, says Gatwick

Gatwick is processing 40 million passengers a year for the first time after a record OctoberStewart Wingate, its chief.

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The final blunder on £8,000 EdStone

Labour paid almost £8,000 for the infamous limestone tablet emblazoned with election pledges that became one of the most embarrassing.

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Strange beasts on the balustrade

Wrest Park, Bedfordshire: Out of the fog came a jackdaw which landed on its stone head then clawed its face Continue reading.

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Psychogeographers' landmark London Stone goes on show at last

Roman milestone, druidic altar, Excalibur’s resting place? Mysterious stone surrounded by stories is to be restored and rehousedRarely, perhaps never, has so spectacular a web of myth been woven around so unprepossessing an object: a small slab.

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Ed Miliband's 'Ed Stone' was destroyed after party lost election 

Miliband unveiled the 8ft 6in, two-tonne slab of limestone with his six key election pledges in Hastings, East Sussex shortly before Britain went to the polls

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Strange beasts on the balustrade

Wrest Park, Bedfordshire: Out of the fog came a jackdaw which landed on its stone head then clawed its face Continue reading.

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Ceremonial boulders were hit like 'gongs' to call the community to funerals

Archaeologists at the University of Haifa in Israel claim stone age humans pounded large limestone mortars (pictured) to summon surrounding communities to burial ceremoni

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Worldpay backers to benefit from Visa Europe stake sale

The private equity backers of Worldpay are in line for another massive payout from the payment processing company only weeks.

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Worldpay is valued at up to £52bn for flotation

Worldpay is on track to be Britain’s biggest share offering for at least four years The payments processing group, a.

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A landscape worked down to its bones

Ribblesdale, Yorkshire Dales Sheep graze around giant boulders dropped by glaciers, picking the land as clean as the ice once didIn unflattering Ordnance Survey contours, you could mistake Warrendale Knotts and Attermire Scar for lumpy outcrops.

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Scotgold plans ore processing trial

The company mining for gold in the central Highlands of Scotland announces plans for an ore processing trial

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On the Greek island of Santorini, tomato paste has its own museum

The Tomato Industrial Museum in Santorini, Greece, is set inside the stone shell of one of the Greek island's former tomato-processing plants

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Churchill paves way for rapid broadband

Seventy years after they narrowly missed their first calling, stone-built causeways linking some of Britain’s most remote islands have been.

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We’re running out of room, says Gatwick

Gatwick is processing 40 million passengers a year for the first time after a record OctoberStewart Wingate, its chief.

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Home of the Day: Old Hollywood intrigue in Whitley Heights

As the legend goes, silent screen star Rudolph Valentino commissioned this Spanish-style residence in Whitley Heights for his mistress, stage and film actress Pola Negri, in the early 1920s The main house retains its “Old Hollywood” vibe.

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