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Bulletin Articles
3rd September 2004

Land fund boost to Stirlingshire Trust

Land fund boost to Stirlingshire Trust   03.09.04     The Scottish Enterprise Community Land Fund has helped a rural Stirlingshire community access the necessary cash to buy its own com…
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Bulletin Articles
3rd September 2004

Mutuals enjoy a bumper year

Mutuals enjoy a bumper year   Patrick Collinson The Guardian 01.08.04     Building societies last year enjoyed their strongest growth for nearly a decade, regaining some of the groun…
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Senscot Bulletin
3rd September 2004

Senscot Bulletin 03-09-2004

SENSCOT MEMBER'S BULLETIN No. 244, FRIDAY 3rd SEPTEMBER 2004   Dear members and friends,   Three years ago I gave up drink.  It's difficult to discuss this without sounding like you've …
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Bulletin Articles
2nd September 2004

Blair school put in charity firing line

Blair school put in charity firing line   By Matthew Little, Third Sector 02.09.04     The private school in Edinburgh that educated Prime Minister Tony Blair would almost certain…
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Bulletin Articles
2nd September 2004

Actors rehearse backstage in run up to Bill’s finale

Actors rehearse backstage in run up to Bill's finale   Editorial Third Force News 01.08.04     As our legislators drift back from the Tuscan hills and everyone shrugs off the torpor of …
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Bulletin Articles
2nd September 2004

Building a wave

Building a wave   By Laurence Demarco 30.08.04     Regeneration Policy in Scotland is synonymous with partnerships – but it's difficult to understand the Executive's fixation with thi…
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Bulletin Articles
2nd September 2004

Shadow Economy ‘has benefits’

Shadow Economy 'has benefits'   By Heather Greig-Smith Regeneration Magazine 02.09.04     The Government's 'single-minded' view of people working in the informal economy fails to recogn…
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Bulletin Articles
2nd September 2004

Questions regarding Futurebuilders’ different roles and pow…

Questions regarding Futurebuilders' different roles and powers in England and Scotland   Mathew Little Third Sector 01.09.04     A new £18m fund to help social economy organisations d…
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Bulletin Articles
1st September 2004

Guggenheim Leith ‘would boost urban regeneration’.

Guggenheim Leith 'would boost urban regeneration'.   Mike Wade The Scotsman 29.08.04     The firm of architects behind the Guggenheim gallery in Bilbao has visited Edinburgh as plans to…