One of the world's rarest single malt whiskies is predicted to become the most expensive bottle ever sold when it is put up for auction next month.
Published 22 January 2021
A teenager who was rapped for supporting Black Lives Matter protests turned the tables on her mother by turning her in for allegedly trying to storm the Capitol.
Published 21 January 2021
An alleged doughnut thief has been arrested for impersonating a police officer.
Published 20 January 2021
A programmer has just two chances left to access his £175 million bitcoin wallet.
Published 19 January 2021
A pigeon which somehow travelled 8,000 miles across the Pacific Ocean is being hunted by authorities as a possible quarantine risk.
Published 18 January 2021
A woman declared dead by a court is still struggling to undo the ruling more than three years after pointing out she's still alive.
Published 15 January 2021
Foods made from yellow mealworms could soon be mass-produced across Europe after the insect became the first to be found safe for human consumption by the EU's food safety agency.
Published 14 January 2021
The key to the room where Napoleon died is to be auctioned at Sotheby's after it was found in Scotland.
Published 13 January 2021
An Italian pasta maker has apologised after naming a product in apparent tribute to Mussolini's military campaign in Ethiopia.
Published 12 January 2021
A Stalin-themed kebab shop in Moscow has been liquidated by Russian officials after being open for less than a week.
Published 11 January 2021
French police officers narrowly missed being pelted with stolen wine bottles worth hundreds of euros as they pursued thieves in a high-speed motorway chase this week.
Published 8 January 2021
An Australian advert that displays a man eating a bat sandwich is being investigated by the country's advertising watchdog.
Published 7 January 2021
A taxi driver in Paris has been reported to the police after he charged tourists €230 for a trip from Charles-de-Gaulle airport to their hotel.
Published 6 January 2021
Twelve Londoners have been fined for breaking Tier 4 COVID-19 restrictions after playing a game of dominoes in a restaurant.
Published 5 January 2021
As 2020 comes to an end, Scottish Financial News runs through the top twelve most-read stories in our 'And Finally...' feature:
Published 24 December 2020