A report reveals that one in six of us admit to texting, tweeting, filming and surfing during a funeral service. Is it time to draw the line and say enough is enough? Or is this just a modern way of sharing our grief? We hear from a local funeral director and a Salisbury expert on social etiquette.
Nearly a million pounds are to be spend on repairing potholes in the county, we hear from one of the mechanics who are fixing dozens of cars which have been damaged.
And do we need to teach teenagers Chinese to prepare them to do business with the world's second biggest economy? We visit Malmesbury school and find out why it's so difficult to offer Mandarin at the moment, even though pupils are keen.
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