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Bulletin Articles
22nd September 2004

‘America is going backwards’

'America is going backwards'   When Toni Morrison talks, America listens. And now that the Nobel prize-winner and friend of Oprah sees racism on the rise again, she's certainly not going to keep …
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Bulletin Articles
21st September 2004

Port expertise to be exported south

Port expertise to be exported south   21.09.04     Scotland's biggest port owner has announced plans to use its expertise in regeneration to help revive other parts of Europe and the UK…
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Senscot Bulletin
17th September 2004

Senscot Bulletin: 17-09-2004

SENSCOT MEMBER'S BULLETIN No. 246, FRIDAY 17th SEPTEMBER 2004   Dear members and friends,   Last year they found that one of my cervical discs was so worn and loose that 'your neck is unstab…
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Bulletin Articles
16th September 2004

Consuming Passion

Consuming passions   Social enterprise should follow the lead of the fair-trade and organic sectors by establishing a brand identity consumers can recognise and trust, says Bob Allan   Socia…
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Bulletin Articles
15th September 2004

E. F. Schumacher – Biography

E. F. Schumacher   Biography Resurgence magazine by Satish Kumar     E. F. Schumacher was writing and working at a time when the dominant ideology was 'the bigger the better'. Large in…
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Bulletin Articles
15th September 2004

Head to head on the regeneration gamble

Head to head on the regeneration gamble   Regeneration and Renewal magazine 10.09.04     As gambling reform legislation heads for the statute books, Steven Bate and Peter Byrne lock hor…
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Bulletin Articles
14th September 2004

Charity Bank saves Scottish centre for miners with £100k

Charity Bank saves Scottish centre for miners with £100k   13.09.04     A new £1.2m community centre for a miners' welfare charity has been saved by a £100,000 loan from Charity Ban…
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Bulletin Articles
14th September 2004

Villagers win “first victory under Land Reform Act”

Villagers win “first victory under Land Reform Act”    14.09.04     Plans by the Boddam Development Trust in the North-east of Scotland to buy the RAF station on its doorstep …
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Bulletin Articles
14th September 2004

Regeneration funding for Argyll and Bute

Regeneration funding for Argyll and Bute   14.09.04     Argyll and Bute Council has been officially accepted on to the Executive's Community Ownership Programme.   As a result of l…
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Bulletin Articles
13th September 2004

Public benefit issue unresolved

Public benefit issue unresolved   By Stephen Cook 13.08.04     The Parliamentary row over a definition of public benefit in the draft Charities Bill is unlikely to be settled by a new…
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Bulletin Articles
13th September 2004

Housing associations may be forced to merge

Housing associations may be forced to merge   Matt Weaver 13.09.04     Hundreds of housing associations could be forced to merge, it was warned today, because of the government's fail…
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Bulletin Articles
12th September 2004

Developer abandons plans for Edinburgh site

Developer abandons plans for Edinburgh site   13.09.04     Plans to regenerate a prime brown field site on the edge of central Edinburgh have been forced back to the drawing board after…