National media briefing: Marie Curie Cancer Care, RSPCA, Federer plans charity game and Missing People

Charities in today's national news

National Media Briefing
National Media Briefing

The TV presenter Gail Porter and the Olympic gold medal-winning swimmer Duncan Goodhew have launched this year's annual Swimathon, in aid of Marie Curie Cancer Care.

See the Daily Mail for full story

Christine Gill says she has been left with "substantial debt" after winning a legal fight to overturn her parents' will, which left a farm to the RSPCA.

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Tennis world number two Roger Federer hopes to organise a charity exhibition match on Sunday to help the victims of the flooding in Queensland, Australia.

See BBC Sport for full story

Youngsters in central Scotland who run away are to be sent a text offering confidential advice from Central Scotland Police and the charity Missing People.

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