and finally

And finally... UK and Ireland's Monopoly champion crowned

A Northern Ireland woman who defeated her husband in the early stages of the championship has been acclaimed the best Monopoly player in the UK and Ireland.

Published 21 July 2015

And finally... Mini-kilt waitresses bound for Scotland

A US restaurant chain with waitresses who wear mini-kilts and tartan crop tops is looking to expand into Scotland, its would-be motherland.

Published 20 July 2015

50 Cent runs out of change

Grammy Award-winning rapper 50 Cent has filed for bankruptcy in the United States.

Published 14 July 2015

And finally... They may, in fact, take our freedom

Bookmaker Paddy Power is facing a lawsuit from Irish football manager Roy Keane after using his likeness on a parody poster.

Published 14 July 2015

And finally... pull the other one

A group of bell ringers at a church in Kent were forced to fill out a US tax form, hand over their personal bank details, and clarify their links with the nuclear power industry in order to open a bank account.

Published 18 May 2015

And finally…Money can’t buy happiness but maybe bigger brains, claim scientists

Money can increase brain surface and intellectual performance, according to a new study.

Published 1 April 2015

And finally…BoS finds a quarter of Scots SMES still believe digital tech is “irrelevant”

A new survey of SMEs by Bank of Scotland has revealed that many of them still have a “blind-spot” and do not understand the benefits of new technology.

Published 1 April 2015

And finally…Survey shows Poles are the most “economically active” people in Scotland

Polish people are Scotland’s most economically active ethnic group.

Published 1 April 2015

And finally…A Level economics textbook is Bank of England library’s most popular

A high school text book on economics has been revealed as the most checked-out title at the Bank of England’s vast library.

Published 1 April 2015

And finally…Stunned NatWest customer finds £1.25m in his account –and told to keep it

A NatWest customer who found £1,245,000 in his bank account due to a mysterious error was told by the bank that it wouldn't take it away.

Published 26 March 2015

And finally…Diner releases rat to blag free meal

A man who let his pet rat out in a restaurant in an attempt to scam a free meal was caught on CCTV releasing the beast from his pocket.

Published 24 March 2015

And finally…Clydesdale leads way with UK’s first plastic bank notes

Glasgow-based Clydesdale Bank is to become the first to produce mainland UK plastic banknotes.

Published 23 March 2015

And finally…The £27m diamond watch that turns into a ring

A London-based jeweller has created a novel, diamond-clad timepiece that transforms effortlessly into £27 million ring.

Published 20 March 2015