National media briefing: James Caan, the RSPCA captures a wallaby, noise for charity, Highlands Hospice - and muggy conditions for the London Marathon

Charities in today's national news

James Caan talks in an interview about his philanthropic work and the charities he supports.

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The RSPCA captures a wallaby on a golf course in Dorset.

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A set of bongos and other music equipment seized by police in Brighton during a crackdown on noise nuisance will be donated to charities.

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A fundraising rock concert for Highlands Hospice is cancelled due to a lack of cash.

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Runners in Sunday's London Marathon can expect to face ‘muggy heat'.

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