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26th September 2004

Leicester groups win historic funding case

Leicester groups win court case   25.09.04     Six voluntary organisations in Leicester have won a landmark court case halting the City Council's decision to end their core funding. &…
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26th September 2004

SEU sees home ownership as answer to joblessness

SEU sees home ownership as answer to joblessness   By David Blackman 22.09.04     People living in areas of concentrated unemployment will be encouraged to buy their homes as a way of t…
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25th September 2004

Talking newspaper charity gets loan in buy-to-let initiative

Talking newspaper charity gets loan in buy-to-let initiative   15.09.04     Cue and Review, the talking newspaper and magazine charity for partially sighted people, has borrowed an und…
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25th September 2004

Disputes dogging regeneration schemes, MPs say

Disputes dogging regeneration schemes, MPs say   14.09.04     Mistrust and community infighting are hampering the government's flagship Β£2bn regeneration programme, a Commons committe…
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24th September 2004

Coalition for social enterprise to lobby party conferences

Coalition for social enterprise to lobby party conferences   23.09.04     The Social Enterprise Coalition has started its series of seminars at the three main political parties' autumn …
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24th September 2004

Scottish Dynamic Place shortlist announced

Scottish Dynamic Place shortlist announced   By Samantha Thorp 24.09.04     A heritage centre in Beith, a railway station in Edinburgh and a community garden in Moray are among the entr…
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24th September 2004

Free banking offer to not-for-profit groups

Free banking offer to not-for-profit groups   24.09.04     An account was launched this week offering free banking to thousands of not- for-profit organisations.   The Bank of Sc…
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24th September 2004

Ciabatta cities

Ciabatta cities   In our town centres, local degeneration marches hand-in-chain-store-glove with urban regeneration   Jonathan Glancey The Guardian 23.09.04     The words sustain…
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Bulletin Articles
23rd September 2004

Mixed fortunes for greener Scotland

Mixed fortunes for greener Scotland   Executive to monitor environmental impacts, while green routes blossom, but Executive criticised over climate change failure.   23.09.04     M…
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Bulletin Articles
23rd September 2004

Trust numbers grow with land take-overs

Trust numbers grow with land take-overs   23.09.04     Remote Scottish communities using new laws to take over land and assets have fuelled a dramatic growth in the number of community-…
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23rd September 2004

Cut politics from Lottery funding, say volunteers

Cut politics from Lottery funding, say volunteers   By Naomi Lindsay 21.09.04     Lottery distributors should be turned into independent foundations to leave them free of political inte…
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22nd September 2004

Martin Jacques

The death of intimacy   A selfish, market-driven society is eroding our very humanity   Martin Jacques 18.09.04     It has become almost an article of faith in our society that cha…