National Media Briefing

An unexpected fundraising aspect to cremation is in the news today, along with charitable efforts by Kate Moss and the late Natasha Richardson

Metal body parts that survive cremation will be recycled to raise cash for charities as part of a scheme being introduced in the west country.
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Supermodel Kate Moss raised £5,000 for the Great Ormond Street Children's Hospital by auctioning a kiss.
See mirror.co.uk for full story

American Aids research charity Amfar praises the "tireless compassion" of the late actress and campaigner Natasha Richardson.
See mirror.co.uk for full story

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