The inquest into the death of a Wiltshire teenager who was killed by a polar bear while on a school trip begins today.
17-year-old Horatio Chapple from Salisbury died during an expedition in Norway in August 2011. Four people were also injured in the attack, which ended when one of them - Spike Reid from Plymouth - shot the animal, despite being badly wounded.
A foodbank charity based in Salisbury says it's seen the biggest ever rise in people using its service.
The Trussell Trust says over fifty nine thousand people in the South West have received at least three days emergency food from its foodbanks during the last 12 months, almost twice the number helped in the previous year.
It runs three hundred and forty foodbanks across the country, with nearly all the food donated by the public.