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A house with a shark on it is now a heritage site. Why the homeowner isn't pleasedWhen Bill Heine installed a 7.6-metre fiberglass shark crashing through his roof in 1986, the Oxford City Council fought him at every step. Now, 36 years later, the council has made the sculpture a heritage site.

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