Some latest news headlines from todays evening paper. Falling tree was suicide An inquest has concluded that an oak tree, which fell on to the B1062 near Mettingham last year, had committed suicide. The tree, believed to be in its late 90s, had become depressed by the deaths of several close friends by the furniture industry and, after leaving a note, had keeled over like a biddy on ice. All 20 passengers in the minibus that struck it were also killed. Fan was drunk An electric fan was arrested last night after a drunken rampage through Bar Ha Ha in Tombland. The fan blew newspaper pages over, messed up girls’ hair and threw beer at its whirling blades, spraying revellers in the process. A mobile phone, also arrested at the scene, was later released without being charged. Dog attacked A dog was mugged as he walked home from a city nightclub last night. The dog, believed to be a border collie, was set upon in Willow Lane by three youths who demanded his collar, wallet and mobile phone. When the dog refused, they started scratching his tummy, and robbed him as he lay on his side with his back leg twitching, all happy and that. Q&A session The letters Q and A will be appearing at Ottakar’s next Friday to talk about their work together on words such as Qatar, qajar, qabbalah and qasida. The letter U will not be appearing, due to work commitments, and as a result, no questions can be asked. Donate blood People are being urged to donate blood at Aylsham Town Hall tomorrow between 1pm and 3pm. Those nervous of needles can either be stabbed or struck in the face with shelves.