MEN OF YORKSHIRE
A group of seven Yorkshire men have been convicted of illegal badger baiting after a case brought by police officers from Operation Meles, a joint task force established….
MORE ANIMAL EXPLOITATION
Meanwhile, over in Pakistan the World Society for the Protection of Animals (WSPA) is fighting the blood-sport of bear-baiting….
VERY SICK THIEVES
The Bristol-based CLIC Sargent charity that helps children with cancer has been hit twice within a week by fuel thieves who drilled into the fuel tanks of their two….
MEMBERS PUT ALBERT HALL FUNDING AT RISK
The Royal Albert Hall management has been warned by the Charities Commission to stop members selling tickets to touts, bringing the venue into disrepute and putting….
One name in the New Year’s Honours List was that of Heron International CEO Gerald Ronson, 72, who received a CBE for his considerable work and support for charity….
FLUSHING OUT THE TROLLS
Social networking sites such as Facebook and others linked to them are making it easy for cyber-bullies, or “trolls” to anonymously attack, mentally hurt and, in some cases….
DUMP THE PARTNER, CLAIM MORE BENEFIT
Age UK has warned that stealthy changes by the government to the welfare system will make it financially viable for those of pensionable age with partners under 60 to live….
LEAP OF HOPE
The Tree of Hope Children’s Charity is looking for people brave enough (daft enough?) to do a fundraising parachute jump….
TRANQUIL IN YORK
One very different venue for events in York is the Bar Convent, run by a charity and around five minutes walk from the railway station….
The 20th presentation of the Charities and Associations Exhibition, CHASE, takes place on February 15-16 at the Business Design Centre, Islington….