And Finally Meaning
(idiomatic, journalism, colloquial) A light news story reserved for the end of a bulletin when there is a lack of more important items; typically involving animals or other features supposed to be amusing.
Example: 2005, Raymond Snoddy, The Independent, 26 December 2005:
All this was broadcast on the evening of 23 February 1956, and it's the earliest surviving example of an Independent Television News bulletin. Even then, there was an â€˜And finally...â€™ item, but on this occasion it was merely the good news that a thaw was on the way.
2006, Eddy Lawrence, Time Out (London), 20 June 2006:
Racing domestic animals in funny costumes on soapbox sleds is surely no more offensive than watching David Blaine take a dump in a Perspex box, and will look much better as an â€˜And finally...â€™ on the news.
2008, The Highlands, 
The shots were included as part of BBC natural history producer Fergus Beeley nature diary from Beinn Eigheâ€™s National Nature Reserve show water being blown back uphill on a windy day in Torridon. They have been picked up by the media as an â€˜and finallyâ€™ and widely circulated.
Used in literal contexts: see and,â€Ž finally.