March / April 2012

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I 110r 2ebmece4 / De 3ussI ssue 35 / JANUARY 2012 Issue 37 / MAR-APR 2012 GOOD NEWS WASTE NOT WANT NOT Plan Zheroes have come up with a method to both reduce food waste and feed those living in poverty. Plan Zheroes, has been set up to tackle the 1.6 million tonnes of surplus food to UK landfills every year by instead connecting businesses with nearby charities that need it. Top restaurants and hotels. The capital are now offering 'doggie bags' such as those designed by Tracey Emin cur- rently being used in restau- rant, 34. With an estimated 20 million tonnes of food wasted in Britain and 4 million people in the UK suffering from food poverty, organiza- tions such as Pret a Manger, FoodCycle and FareShare are already doing their bit to help waste reduction. With this scheme surplus food from ca- terers, supermarkets and oth- er food retailers can be used responsibly. So if you've got a business or charity make sure you get involved! THE GUESTLIST NETWORK 7 CANNABIS GOES TO SCHOOL! 12 year old girl took bag of the Class B drug to lessons after finding them in her house. VONSCOOT Scooter auction for Charity VonScoot recently wrapped one of their 125cc Von-Italiano scooters in the Chelsea FC colours and logo, for it to be auctioned off at the Chelsea Football Club Player of The Year Award in May this year, where the entire first team will be sign- ing the scooter before it is to be auctioned off to the audience, which consists of high net-worth fans, celebrities & corporate clients of the club. VonScoot expect the scooter to sell for over £20,000.00 on the night! Her father was nicked for growing the drug after po- lice were alerted by teach- ers. The young girl told police, 'I got them from my dad.' When they went to investigate they found a se- cret room in his house with 150 plants. The 43 year old man Lee Leizert who lives in Kent, admitted growing cannabis, claiming it was for medicinal purposes. He was given a seven-month suspended jail term at Can- terbury Crown Court. VAGRANT FINDS $3000 BUT CHOOSES TO RETURN IT TO RIGHTFUL OWNER Donations flock in for homeless man with a big heart. 49 Year Old Dave Tally was homeless and found the backpack containing $3,300, and decided to track down the owner. Once the US media discovered what had happened donations flooded in and he soon found himself with $10,000. He managed to move into an apartment and get a job managing a community garden. This is an inspiring story showing what good can come from hard work and human decency! £75 to £500 TODAY Representative example: Amount of credit £150. Amount of days: 30. Total amount payable: £195. Interest: £45. Interest rate 360% PA (Fixed) APR 2,339% Rep d

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