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Are you sitting comfortably? Because your humble Ikea chair could be worth a small fortune.
A Cavelli armchair bought from the Swedish furniture giant for just £20 back in 1959 has sold at auction for £
Leading auctioneer and property industry figure Rory Daly has sadly passed away aged 63 after...
The teams behind the regeneration of Canada Water have hailed the 53-acre masterplan as a...
This week’s auction roundup features a new additio
University of Minnesota. Driven to Discover.
As US COVID-19 cases continue to steadily rise, the White House today announced a new effort to make Pfizer's COVID-19 antiviral drug Paxlovid more accessible across the country.
As part of the effort, the Biden Administration today open
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Don't sleep on these multipurpose pieces (or, actually, do sleep on them...).
Almost everyone has slept on a friend's couch at least once in their adult life, and the e
With the world turning topsy turvy since the pandemic hit us, living in a sustainable, conscious, and smart manner has never been more imperative. Our homes should seamlessly integrate with, and nourish the planet, not drain her resources and reduce her lifespan. Being at one with Planet Eart
Central Belfast Apartments crowned International leading serviced apartment operator
Eight places to visit in Northern Ireland this summer: from Giant’s Causeway to the Mourne Mountains
Donaghadee-based interior designer Andrea Graham has launched a unique eco-design service for
This is peanuts! Transport for London would laugh at such a derisory sum of…
Incredible how much these sorts of things cost. Anyone know what a Raliway loop…
Brian Berry is the Chief Executive of the Federation of Master Builders.
In the 1980s, 40 per cent of all new homes were delivered by small and micro housebuilders. Today, that figure is just 12 per cent.
Successive governments have failed to stem the tide of poorly implemented p
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Staff partied in Downing Street while the rest of the UK was in lockdown, with the approval of their bosses, according to Sue Gray's report.
The senior civil servant said many events "should not have been allowed" and the PM and his offic