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Stunning Scottish mansion built by a servant's son who became one of South America's richest men goes on the market for £1.5million

***EXCLUSIVE*** A stunning mansion nestled in Scotland’s lush landscape - built by the son of a servant who forged his way to becoming one of South America’s richest men – could be yours for Ł1.5M. Photos of the glorious Tillycorthie Mansion House, and the meticulously well-kept nine-acre grounds which surround it, showcase the baronial property’s gorgeous tropically-themed glass-roofed courtyard, a lavishly-appointed dining suite, perfect for hosting roaring dinner parties, and the spectacular Spanish-style architecture which sets this eye-catching property apart. The remarkable 11-bedroom property, located near the village of Udny some 11 miles north of Aberdeen, is currently on the market with Savills estate agency for a cool Ł1,500,000.

Giant prehistoric rat as big as a HUMAN that weighed 175lbs and had a tiny brain lived in the Amazon rainforest 10 million years ago

***EXCLUSIVE*** A giant prehistoric rat as big as a HUMAN that lived in the Amazon rainforest 10 million years ago has been unearthed by scientists. It weighed nearly THIRTEEN STONE and reached five feet in length - making it the biggest rodent ever to roam South America. Named Neoepiblema acreensis, it had two huge curved incisor teeth for gnawing nuts and prey. The skulls of two individuals were found at a fossil site at Acre in the western Brazilian Amazon.

"We are living the dream": Care worker, 26, and waitress, 27, make history in Northern Ireland's first ever same-sex marriage

A couple who tied the knot today in Northern Ireland's first same-sex marriage said they are "living the dream". Robyn Peoples, 26, and Sharni Edwards, 27, made history at a ceremony in a hotel in Carrickfergus, Co Antrim. The country made same-sex marriages legal last month after years of campaigning. Sharni Edwards-Peoples, a waitress originally from Brighton, East Sussex, said: "We are literally living the dream, it's incredible. "Today is our six-year anniversary so we wanted to go ahead with a civil partnership but when the bill was passed it was perfect timing and it was a complete coincidence, a happy coincidence, we couldn't be more grateful.

Dad delivers daughter at home using only one hand after breaking thumb

***EXCLUSIVE*** A dad was forced to deliver his own baby at home using just ONE HAND -- when his wife gave birth while he had a broken thumb. Jade Brown, 24, went into labour in the middle of the night and it happened so quickly she had to give birth at home on the sofa. But Rhys' left arm was in a huge plaster cast because he had broke his thumb in three places the week before, leaving him unable to use it at all. Baby Ariana was safely delivered by Rhys, 28, who caught her in one had - despite also juggling towels and a phone.

Shakespeare’s birthplace to get tighter security after being targeted by 'idiots'

***EXCLUSIVE*** An application from the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust seeks to move the existing metal railings further out into Henley Street.  The move is to allow better lighting to be installed to showcase the Birthplace, but also to protect the structure from being intentionally damaged by the public.  The building has suffered in the past with people leaning over the railing to touch the structure and in some cases removing parts of the building, such as tiles, as souvenirs.  The railings themselves date back to around 1862 and although some have become misshapen over the years, these will be repaired and reinstalled along the new alignment, a metre further out from their current position.  Some new sections of fencing will have to be added too, with a blacksmith being commissioned to ensure these exactly copy the existing fencing.

Cheetah rugby tackles its prey

***EXCLUSIVE*** A cheetah appears to rugby tackle its prey as it pounces upon a young antelope. The predator sprints across a dusty track before leaping onto the eland calf and wrestling it to the ground.

Thousands of metres of fishing nets repaired

***EXCLUSIVE*** A pair of workers repair thousands of metres of turquoise fishing nets before they head back out to sea. They painstakingly check the vast nets for any sign of damage or wear before knitting them back together. Once repaired, fishermen will use them to catch large shoals of anchovies off the coast of Vietnam.