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14th July 2004

Two cheers for spending review

Two cheers for spending review   14.07.04     The Government's pledge in this week's spending review to pursue strong and lasting partnerships with the voluntary and community sectors h…
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13th July 2004

Curran backs tough love to beat the yobs

Curran backs tough love to beat the yobs     By Stephen Naysmith, Sunday Herald   11.07.04     Minister reaffirms social inclusion policy   Fourteen-year-old gang member…
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13th July 2004

New £104 million anti-poverty Fund

New £104 million anti-poverty Fund   12.07.04     A new £104 million Community Regeneration Fund has been established to bring improvements to Scotland's most deprived areas and help…
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12th July 2004

New Spending Plans for Scotland

New Spending Plans for Scotland   12.07.04     New spending plans, announced today, will provide for spending in Scotland to grow by an average annual rate of 3.5% in real terms over th…
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9th July 2004

£800m on offer for Edinburgh housing renewal

£800m on offer for Edinburgh housing renewal   09.07.04     Renewal in the Scottish capital could be aided by a ten-year funding package of £600 million if Edinburgh council tenants …
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9th July 2004

Cruach Mhor windfarm opened

Cruach Mhor windfarm opened   09.07.04     The 30MW Cruach Mhor windfarm near Glen Darvel in Cowal was officially opened this week.   Deputy Enterprise Minister Lewis Macdonald sa…
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Senscot Bulletin
9th July 2004

Senscot Bulletin 09-07-2004

SENSCOT MEMBER'S BULLETIN No. 236, FRIDAY 9th JULY 2004    Dear members and friends,   I have a sort of cousin called Lisa – we fancied each other when we were eight – bit of a know…
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9th July 2004

Treading two routes to renewal

Treading two routes to renewal   Regeneration & Renewal magazine 02.07.04     Over the last 20 years, lain Tuckett has moved from protesting on the streets to overseeing a £100 mil…
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9th July 2004

Leak suggests we should tap experience

Leak suggests we should tap experience   Letters, Social Enterprise magazine June 2004     Sir John Egan's proposals in a leaked, government-commissioned report, for an academy to teac…
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Bulletin Articles
8th July 2004

The Student

The Student   by Anton Chekhov   Translated by Constance Garnett          At first the weather was fine and still. The thrushes were calling, and in the …
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8th July 2004

Spiritual Restoration

Spiritual Restoration   from Resurgence issue 225 by Francesca Lyman   Vietnam veteran finds a natural road to recovery.     FOR A MAN broken by war, John Beal found himself an un…
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8th July 2004

Passion, entrepreneurship, and the rebirth of local economies

Passion, entrepreneurship, and the rebirth of local economies   by Ernesto Sirolli     Ernesto Sirolli teaches people and communities a bottom-up, responsive economic development approa…