The best and most interactive so far, was how Leader of Buckinghamshire County Council, Martin Tett described yesterday's debate on growth in the County, which saw questions coming in live from Twitter, Facebook, Next Door and by e-mail.
Buckinghamshire Health and Wellbeing Board, Safer and Stronger Bucks Partnership Board and the children and adult Safeguarding Boards alongside Thames Valley Police are raising awareness about female genital mutilation ahead of the summer holidays.
Roofing workers' £100 quote for repairs to an elderly vulnerable Buckinghamshire resident's flat roof, progressively rose to a staggering £35,000 as they found more work to do. But the repairs were not needed, and on Friday (July 7) the rogue roofers' tale unfolded before Mr Recorder J Boothby at Aylesbury Crown Court.
If you've a question or view about how Buckinghamshire should grow in the future, why not put it forward via Twitter, Facebook or e-mail for key national and local leaders to answer at this year's special Buckinghamshire County Council annual debate on Thursday, July 13th?