While we're on with The News Quiz, there were some especially funny clippings sent in by Radio 4 listeners this week, which I feel like sharing with you.
From the BBC News App:
A 3,500-seat arena and an aquarium will be part of a £500 million transformation of Swansea city centre, which will lead to about 1,700 permanent jobs. It will be the biggest transformation of the landscape since the city was blitzed during the Second World War.
From the Evesham Journal:
Two fire engines were deployed to a farm following a report that a cow was stuck in mud up to its belly. Firefighters approached the animal, who got up and walked off. A spokesman for the Fire and Rescue Service said that it appeared the animal had been lying down.
And finally, from the BBC News website:
A man who illegally parked in a disabled parking space outside a court while he was inside admitting illegally parking in a disabled space has been fined.