And Finally



And finally… Do as I say, not as I do

A mayor who flew off on holiday by private jet urged residents to stay at home – in a video recorded from a beach resort.

Published 4 December 2020

And finally... lotto suspicion

Attention has been drawn to South Africa's national lottery as an unusual sequence of numbers was drown on Tuesday.

Published 3 December 2020

And finally… when pigs fly

Pig entrails have been flung across the floor of parliament in Taiwan in protest at new pork import rules.

Published 2 December 2020

And finally... worth a shot

A rare firearm which was made for the Indian prince Maharajah Duleep Signh, the last Sikh ruler of the Punjab, is due to go on sale this week.

Published 1 December 2020

And finally... on cloud wine

A British man who is set to become a billionaire from selling medicinal cannabis has spent £3 million on red wine.

Published 30 November 2020

And finally... Christmas spirit

Captain Sir Tom Moore has brought out his own gin.

Published 27 November 2020

And finally… frowned upon

A man who held a cardboard sign with a smiley face on it outside of a police station has been arrested for taking part in an illegal protest.

Published 26 November 2020

And finally... high flying

British Airways is selling off champagne flutes, crockery and blankets as it attempts to generate cash flow amid a decline in air travel thanks to COVID-19.

Published 24 November 2020

And finally... about time

A broken pocket watch once owned by Mahatma Gandhi has been sold at an auction for £12,000.

Published 23 November 2020

And finally... honest broker

A couple who discovered rare coins worth nearly £20,000 in their newly-purchased home have returned them to their original owner.

Published 20 November 2020

And finally... lucky break

A man has become an instant millionaire after a rare meteorite crashed through his roof.

Published 19 November 2020

And finally... home sweet home

One of the world's largest banks has proposed a special tax on people who work from home.

Published 18 November 2020

And finally... wages of sin

An arrest warrant has been issued for Africa's wealthiest preacher on charges of fraud and money laundering.

Published 17 November 2020

And finally… Swiss cheese

Bribes paid to private individuals will no longer be tax-deductible in Switzerland under new rules coming into effect in 2022.

Published 16 November 2020

And finally… music to their ears

Techno is music, a top German court has ruled in a move with tax benefits for the country's legendary clubbing scene.

Published 13 November 2020