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A happy story

July 8th 2011


A man in the American state of Utah was tracked by a private investigator in June, so he could receive a “significant” amount of money.

Max Melitzer, in his sixties, was sleeping rough in Salt Lake City, and was found by the private eye who had been hired by a law firm in New York. Although he knew of his brother’s death, it was only on 18 June that he found out he was a beneficiary in his brother’s will. When found, he had little more than the shopping trolley he was pushing that held his few belongings.


July 2011



From Mozart to Madonna: The Choir with No Name sing it proud

New home for SIFA Fireside

ChangeKitchen a year on

Midlands to remember forgotten lives

Birmingham DAAT launches quarterly newsletter

Lil Addict

US ‘Leatherman’ re-buried

Rise in homelessness recorded

Begging ban in London, Ontario

Oxford failing on targets

A happy story

Big Issue vendors to be given iPhones

Star in the making

Well done, Hugh

24 years for Ilford murderer

Big changes at The Big Issue

Key soup runs to go indoors

Food arrests in US

Street Shield: Following a lead...


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