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New guide dog puppies you can sponsor - Ivy, Isaac and Hudson
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Black rhino
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We were just reading about how the Aspinall Foundation were celebrating the birth of Nyota, a Black Rhino calf - a species that is seriously endangered.

At over two months old now - the baby rhino was born on Christmas morning - and named Nyota which means 'star' in Swahili.

The Aspinall Foundation opened a competition on the 10th February to get a chance to meet Nyota by winning a 'VIP Rhino Experience' ticket.

Road split by earthquake
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ActionAid, one of the world's largest aid charities, reports on the situation in Haiti as their Country Director, Jean-Claude Fignole reports that the mass departure of Haitans from the devastated Port-au-Prince is showing no signs of slowing down.

Large numbers of people are vacating the city in order relocate to areas where their relatives live in the countryside.

This is placing significant strain on the countrysides ability to cope with the mass influx.

Egyptian figure
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Sense have worked with a group of children who are deafblind who attend their services in the north of England to perform a 3000 year old mystery from Egypt in front of their friends and families.

The event was a sensory experience which was a very hands on part of this weekend which was themed with a truly Egyptian flavour

Sense have a series of events like these that they organise where children who are deafblind can enjoy time spent with interaction, role play and communication.


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