And Finally



And finally…give me a break-down

A traffic warden in Wales has been condemned for issuing a parking ticket to a car that had broken down -and still had a passenger inside.

Published 27 January 2016

And finally...businessman buys photograph of a potato for €1m

An inebriated European businessman has bought a photograph of an Irish potato for €1m (£750,000) after seeing it on the wall of a celebrated photographer as the pair drank wine together.

Published 26 January 2016

And finally…most British workers not fully awake until 9.40am

Despite setting their alarms for 6:30am and leaving the house by 7:23am, the average British worker does not feel fully awake until 9:40am on the average weekday, according to a new survey.

Published 21 January 2016

And finally…crowdfund success paves way for ‘appy’ solution to man down sport frustrations

A Scottish entrepreneur may have come to the rescue of thousands of Scotland's amateur team sports organisers after raising £150,000 through a crowdfunding campaign.

Published 20 January 2016

And finally…charity gifted 19 per cent stake in top flight Scottish football club

A Scottish charity has become the second largest shareholder in a Scottish Premiership football team after being gifted over half a million pounds worth of shares.

Published 19 January 2016

And finally…1 in 10 Britons split after house move

Almost three quarters of Britons (74.5 per cent) say they experienced relationship problems after moving home with a significant other.

Published 18 January 2016

And finally...new crowdfunding platform aims to help first time buyers raise elusive deposit

Property crowdfunding specialists Propnology have announced they are developing a new social enterprise platform aimed at helping first time buyers raise money towards a deposit for their first home.

Published 15 January 2016

And finally…petrol to become cheaper than water?

As the price of oil continues to plummet across the world, motoring experts have today revealed that it could soon be cheaper for consumers to buy a litre petrol than a litre of bottled water.

Published 14 January 2016

And finally…Edinburgh finance worker’s happy feet take him to the brink of history

A 30-year-old financial worker from Stonehaven is about to become the first Scot and youngest Brit to reach the South Pole in a solo, unsupported and unassisted expedition –only two years after surviving a brain tumour.

Published 12 January 2016

And finally...America awaits £1.3 billion lottery jackpot winner

An American lottery is now offering the world's richest grand prize to a single ticketholder.

Published 11 January 2016

And finally…unmanned village shop to be run through smart phone app

An innovative Swedish entrepreneur is set to roll out a new chain of staff-free, 24-hour local stores in his native country after growing fed up with rural shops closing down near his home.

Published 8 January 2016

And finally…gold mein

Police in Germany have stepped in after a stash of gold worth millions was dug up in an eastern Bavaria back garden –  right after the owner of the house had died.

Published 7 January 2016