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19th November 2004

Enterprise in education funding

Enterprise in education funding   19.11.04     Additional funding of £44 million for the two years up to 2008 for the Executive's Determined to Succeed (DtS) strategy for enterprise i…
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Bulletin Articles
18th November 2004

Social Enterprise Unit: update

Social Enterprise Unit: update     The Social Enterprise Unit was set up in Autumn 2001 within the DTI.   Its remit is: to act as a focal point and co-ordinator for policymaking affect…
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18th November 2004

Shake-up at Scottish Enterprise

Shake-up at Scottish Enterprise   Sharon Ward The Scotsman   16.11.04     Scottish Enterprise, the national economic development agency, is undergoing a shake-up.   Among th…
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Bulletin Articles
17th November 2004

Social landlords won’t lose out in housing bill

Social landlords won’t lose out in housing bill   By Joey Gardiner Regeneration and Renewal magazine 17.11.04     Proposals in the Housing Bill to allow private developers to apply fo…
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17th November 2004

The midwife of small business

The midwife of small business   Regeneration and Renewal magazine 15.11.04     Ernesto Sirolli's unusual take on small firm development is gaining converts from Melbourne to Manchester.…
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17th November 2004

Councils’ last chance saloon

Councils’ last chance saloon   The Guardian 17.11.04   The north-east's 'no' vote gives councils a last chance to reconnect with the people, writes Peter Hetherington     For…
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17th November 2004

Red tape chokes service delivery

Red tape chokes service delivery   17.11.04     Charities delivering public services are carrying an overwhelming burden of paperwork, according to new research from Acevo.   A r…
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17th November 2004

Prescott gives coalfields trust three more years of funding

Prescott gives coalfields trust three more years of funding   17.11.05     'The Coalfields Regeneration Trust has been given an extra £35m, safeguarding its future until at least 2008.…
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17th November 2004

Charity report exposes recruitment frailties

Charity report exposes recruitment frailties   17.11.04     The voluntary sector has been accused of under-in~ in staff development after a new survey revealed that just over 100/0 of c…
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Bulletin Articles
16th November 2004

Exec challenges power companies on fuel poverty

Exec challenges power companies on fuel poverty   16.11.04     Communities Minister Malcolm Chisholm has called for the three main energy companies in Scotland to peg bills to elderly …
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Bulletin Articles
15th November 2004

New Crofting laws could solve rural housing crisis

New Crofting laws could solve rural housing crisis   15.11.04     New crofts could be built in the Cairngorms National Park in a bid to solve to the rural housing shortage.   Andre…
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Bulletin Articles
15th November 2004

Lasting impressions

Lasting impressions   11.11.04     As more community groups set their sights on owning assets and becoming increasingly businesslike, one group looks in another direction. Henry Palmer …