National Media Briefing

Citizens Advice, Save the Children, Hafal and Plantlife International are in the news today

A former Citizens Advice worker accused of stealing hundreds of thousands of pounds from the branch he managed has protested his innocence in court.
See Wales Online for full story

Save the Children says children are being split up from their parents as they flee violence in Sri Lanka.
See www.guardian.co.uk for full story

British millionaire Brian Burnie has said he plans to donate his £16m estate to cancer charities.
See www.guardian.co.uk for full story

Welsh mental health charity Hafal calls for more community-based care facilities for mental health patients.
See bbc.co.uk for full story

A botanist at the charity Plantlife International says an increase in the number of dandelions this spring is bad news for gardeners.
See dailymail.co.uk for full story

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