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Entries Tagged as 'Charity'

Surgeon – Ginola Lucky To Be Alive – It’s An Unbelievable Story

May 21st, 2016 · 92 Comments

David Ginola is a very lucky man to still be alive today, as he recovers in a French hospital after having an emergency six-hour quadruple heart bypass surgery. The earlier news was that he had suffered a heart attack while playing in a charity football match but that was being denied yesterday. But it turns out […]

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Tags: Charity · Fitness · Medical · Newcastle News · Other News

Can You Help 17 Month-Old Poppy-Mai?

April 15th, 2016 · 12 Comments

As you know we are happy to do what we can for charity and for various fundraisers that have real validity and human value. Here is some information on Poppy-Mai Barnard – the little angel is only 17 months old and fighting for her life. I don’t usually have separate articles on these – but […]

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Can You Help Pedal For Pounds?

August 6th, 2015 · 96 Comments

Two brothers Phil and Richard Milbourne are on a mission to cycle to all 92 Premier and Football League grounds in England and Wales during four weeks in July and August 2015. It’s all on behalf of charity and they are raising money for Breast Cancer Care and the British Liver Trust. Phil and Richard […]

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Newcastle Make The Right Decision

May 15th, 2015 · 13 Comments

News that Newcastle United have cancelled their end of season awards ceremony, which was planned for next week at St. James’ Park, because the club is fighting against relegation, and it’s the right thing to do – but they left it a bit late. Lee Charnley – left the cancellation late

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Sunderland Owner Ellis Short Challenges Mike Ashley

August 25th, 2014 · 15 Comments

In the ALS ice bucket challenge, Sunderland AFC owner Ellis Short has challenged Newcastle owner Mike Ashley, manager Alan Pardew and Jack Colback, the former Sunderland player. Now the big question is whether we will ever see the reclusive Mike Ashley take this challenge on video for charity? You can follow us on our three […]

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Tags: Charity · Jack Colback · Newcastle News · Other News