to Editor:- Princess Diana
"Dear Southport Reporter,
As we remember Princess Diana on the seventh anniversary of her
death next Tuesday (31 August 2004), it is rewarding to know that
her legacy lives on through thousands of young people up and down
More than 6,000 young people from over 1,500 secondary schools in
the UK now hold a Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Award in
recognition of the outstanding contribution they make to their
schools, families, friends or communities, or for overcoming
difficult personal circumstances in their lives.
It is a unique, inclusive award that is recognised and not earned.
Nominations include young people who have been brave or have
overcome personal obstacles as well as young carers, fundraisers,
peer supporters and campaigners.
Of all the memorials that have been set up in her memory, the Diana
award is providing the nation with some exceptional young people who
are already fast becoming ambassadors for the future.
Director of the Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Award for Young
THIS week a good old scam is
back. If you get in your inbox an email from "Citibank
Support" subject "ATTN: Immediate
attention required" (Citi.com) delete it. Yes, it is
the familiar trick of trying to get your pin and account information
from your email. It looks official and starts off with an official
looking line "CITIBANK(R)" and then says
"Dear Citibank Customer:
Recently there have been large number computer terrorist attacks
over our database server. In order to safeguard your account, we
require that you update your Citibank ATM/Debit card PIN.
This update is requested of you as a precautionary measure against
fraud. Please note that we have no particular indications.... "
If you want to see the rest of the email, click
here for a picture of it.
Be warned, this email is about and thousands like it. Never give out
your bank information before checking with the bank first.