And Finally

And finally... hackers ridicule nation's security bosses after tax office attack

A massive cyber attack on Bulgaria's tax office might have compromised the security of almost all adult residents' information and left officials the subject of ridicule from the hackers. The major security breach came to light after a person claiming to be a Russian hacker contacted local media on Monday offering access to the stolen data. According to 

Published 17 July 2019

And finally... bonnie and bride

A couple marked their recent engagement with a month-long crime spree that involved five bank robberies, police have alleged.

Published 16 July 2019

And finally... justice delayed

A 41-year legal battle – fought over the sum of 20 rupees – has finally come to an end.

Published 15 July 2019

And finally... monkey business

An anti-corruption investigation has been launched into a zoo where officials said around £15,000 was swallowed by a gorilla.

Published 12 July 2019

And finally... speedy action

Three Ferraris have been seized from a business suspected of seeking to evade VAT responsibilities.

Published 11 July 2019

And finally… accountant selected to join Scotland’s new hutting community

An accountant, a yoga teacher, an architect, a gardener and a foster family are among the first residents selected to form Scotland’s new hutting community.

Published 10 July 2019

And finally… poorer children six times more exposed to tobacco sales

Academics at Edinburgh and Glasgow universities have revealed that children from the most income deprived areas experience similar exposure to tobacco retailing in one day as children from the least deprived areas experienced in one week.

Published 9 July 2019

And finally... a local Waitrose ups house price by 107 per cent

The average price of a property within 1/4 mile of a Waitrose store is £469,933 – or 107 per cent above the national average, it has been revealed.

Published 8 July 2019

And fnally... Network Rail lodges plans to open up Glasgow railway arches for business use

Some of Glasgow’s derelict railway arches could soon be transformed for commercial use under plans drawn up by Network Rail.

Published 5 July 2019

And finally... Orkney Islands hideaway with a £15,000 price tag goes under the hammer

One of the Orkney Islands’ smallest buildings is to go under the hammer at Pugh’s next North West property auction in Manchester, with a guide price of just £15,000.

Published 4 July 2019

And finally... cheque, mate!

A medieval chess piece that was missing for almost 200 years has before being rediscovered by an Edinburgh family after languishing in one of their drawers for decades has been sold at auction for £735,000.

Published 3 July 2019

And finally... Scots to splash nearly £130m on forgotten summer holiday items

People in Scotland need to ensure they take extra spending money on their summer break this year as two thirds (67 per cent) of holidaymakers will forget to pack two essential items for their UK holiday, despite spending nearly a day packing.

Published 2 July 2019

And finally... foodie call

Published 1 July 2019

And finally… Ikea closes in on first UK housing deal

Flat-pack retailer Ikea could be building homes in the UK after a council in the south of England agreed to work with a developer owned by the Swedish giant.

Published 28 June 2019

And finally… Silence of the Nans

Barclays has teamed up with the nation’s oldest grime artists, Pete & Bas, to release a track - Bank Account Details Please – calling for the scammers to ‘jog on’.

Published 27 June 2019