Health workers and ambulance staff across the region are taking part in a four hour strike today.
Members of the GMB and Unison unions will walk out between 7am and 11 am in an ongoing dispute over pay.
They will also refuse to do any unpaid overtime until the end of the month.
Max Lewis, 19, died in the collision shortly before 3pm on Saturday 15 November 2014 on Forest Lane when a red Citroen Saxo he was travelling in collided with a white Renault Master van.
Max’s family would like to thank all his friends for their very kind love and support since he was killed last Saturday afternoon. Unfortunately we are not yet able to set a date for Max’s funeral, but as soon as we can we will let everyone know.
The vigil, flowers and tributes for Max at the crash site over the last few days has been amazing. We are so touched, it has been overwhelming. Our hearts are broken but it is lovely to know that he had so many friends and was so loved by you all.
We want everyone to be safe and the Police and Highways Agency will be moving the tributes very soon. We would like to say that people who would like to be together or bring their tributes and flowers, are very welcome to go to the fields at Max’s fathers house, Baldham, Seend.
An 18 year-old man and a 25 year-old man - both from Melksham - were arrested on Thursday 20 November on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving.
They have since been bailed to return to Melksham police station on a date in January 2015.
The driver of the Saxo - a 22 year old man from Melksham - was taken by air ambulance to Southampton General Hospital. He remains in hospital in a stable condition.
A lorry driver has crashed through the front of a pub in Wiltshire.
The incident - which happened at 6am - left a huge hole in the front wall of the Rising Sun pub in North Bradley near Trowbridge.
Wiltshire Police say the drivers injuries are not thought to be serious. He was taken to Bath's Royal United Hospital for treatment.
The road next to the pub was closed for several hours but has now reopened. The building has been deemed structurally safe.
Wiltshire technology firm Dyson has announced a further expansion of its Malmesbury site, creating a further 3,000 jobs. The firm's founder Sir James Dyson has also pledged to invest a further billion in developing a hundred new products over the next four years.
The company will also increase production at its manufacturing plants in Singapore and Malaysia, and extend a research programme in universities.
This is in addition to a previously announced plan for a £250 million campus expansion at its Malmesbury site, creating three thousand jobs.
We must relentlessly invent - that's why we are investing in our research footprint here in the UK and investing in our manufacturing capabilities in South East Asia.
Sir James has also revealed that he would vote to leave the EU, saying Germany is too dominant.