National media briefing: Guernsey Christmas lottery beneficiaries, Advisory Centre for Education, the Salvation Army's cocaine 'donation' and the Arctic charity trek

Charities in today's national news

National media briefing
National media briefing

More than 30 Guernsey charities have benefited from the proceeds of the 2010 Channel Islands Christmas Lottery.

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Charities including the Advisory Centre for Education warn that proposed changes to school admissions procedures could make the system less fair.

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Staff working in a Salvation Army shop found £1,000 of cocaine hidden inside a pair of donated trainers.

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A group of wounded servicemen on an Arctic charity trek, which was joined by Prince Harry for four days, has reached the North Pole.

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