In a heart warming act of kindness a Wiltshire man gave a note and £5 to a women on the train he had never met. Ken Saunders was so impressed by the mother and her three-year old boy that he did something incredible!
Giant Chinese lanterns that lit up Longleat this winter are to be auctioned for charity.
150,000 people came to see the illuminated designs at the Wiltshire estate. Some will be kept for next Christmas but 19 animal-themed creations will be sold to raise money for Tusk, the Duke of Cambridge's African wildlife conservation charity.
The online sale runs until 11 February. You can find out more here.
Around 2,000 Tesco workers discovered their jobs were at risk after the supermarket giant disclosed the locations of 43 store closures, including a Homeplus store at Bristol Cribbs Causeway.
13 stores and outlets are among the unprofitable shops identified for closure by new chief executive Dave Lewis.
He announced the closure plan earlier this month as part of wider measures designed to revive the group's fortunes in the wake of a disastrous 2014.
Council tax in Swindon is set to remain frozen for the fifth year in a row.
The recommendation to keep it at its current level will go before cabinet members next week, when they are due to decide on next year's budget.
Ian Liddell Grainger, Conservative MP for Bridgwater and West Somerset, is facing calls from his own party go.
West Somerset Council's Conservatives group passed a vote of no confidence on the MP - this means he could be deselected as a candidate in the general election.
The MP has a chequered past admitting to previously erasing a photo of a councillor who he was 'narked' with, as well as making offensive remarks about the West Somerset Council and its members.
The MP has declined to comment.
The MP for Wells has quit her job as parliamentary aide to Business Secretary Vince Cable after voting against the Government on fracking.
Liberal Democrat Tessa Munt had said she intended to stay on, despite backing calls to suspend the controversial technique but a spokesperson for the Cabinet minister says her resignation has been accepted.
Ms Munt said she had restated her opposition to fracking, adding: "I am unwilling to compromise and cannot change my opposition to fracking.
"I will continue to campaign vocally against fracking and as result it is clear that my views cannot be reconciled with the Government on this matter.
"I will continue to defend and represent this beautiful part of Somerset, its residents, businesses with all the enthusiasm and energy that I have had since May 2010 when I became the Member.
"My campaign to stop fracking in Somerset continues."
The Royal National Hospital for Rheumatic Diseases in Bath will be saved by a larger NHS trust after running into financial difficulty.
The specialist hospital provides leading rehabilitation and rheumatology care, including chronic pain and fatigue.
The hospital has suffered serious financial problems for some time due to its small size, housing only 25 beds.