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#CultureSEN member @WeavingMusic has over 100 custom made, museum grade exhibition stands for sale, for a negotiated price. The stanchions have bases 30cm x 30cm x 80cm and can be fully dismantled. Contact elisekelly@trolise.co.uk for details. pic.twitter.com/Pe7n…

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Bulletin Articles
7th December 2004

New Coalition Launched To Challenge Corporate Irresponsibility

New Coalition Launched To Challenge Corporate Irresponsibility   07.12.04     Scottish groups aim to clean-up business practice   Plans to challenge corporate irresponsibility we…
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Bulletin Articles
7th December 2004

Scotland’s Power Saving Plans

Scotland’s Power Saving Plans   07.12.04     Scotland's environmentalists have been viewing plans for Scotland's first energy efficiency strategy, outlined today.   Environment m…
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Bulletin Articles
6th December 2004

Crofters vote to force sale of land

Crofters vote to force sale of land   By Ben Willis Regeneration magazine 06.12.04   Residents of a remote crofting community in rural Scotland have voted overwhelmingly in favour of taking …
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Bulletin Articles
5th December 2004

Labour to raid ‘dormant’ cash

Labour to raid ‘dormant’ cash   Banks may be forced to hand over forgotten £6bn   Nick Mathiason Sunday December 5, 2004 The Observer   The government is set to raid £15 billio…
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Senscot Bulletin
3rd December 2004

Senscot Bulletin 03-12-2004

SENSCOT MEMBER'S BULLETIN No. 257, FRIDAY 3rd  DECEMBER 2004    Dear members and friends,   How do folk on minimum wages survive in this country?  I couldn't.  The United…
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Bulletin Articles
2nd December 2004

New centre plans to turnout a nation of optimists

New centre plans to turnout a nation of optimists   Andrew Denholm 02.12.04     Scotland’s first centre to promote confidence and end the nation’s widespread 'cannae-do' attitude …
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Bulletin Articles
1st December 2004

Poverty falls for families and pensioners, rises among childless …

Poverty falling for Scotland’s families and pensioners, but rising among childless adults   30.11.04     Poverty rates among pensioners and families with children in Scotland are fall…
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Bulletin Articles
30th November 2004

Banks that fail poor to be named and shamed

Banks that fail poor to be named and shamed   By Heather Greig-Smith Regeneration magazine 30.11.04     Banks that fail to improve their basic service for low income customers will be …
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Bulletin Articles
30th November 2004

Pension crisis ‘may increase child poverty’

Pension crisis ‘may increase child poverty’   By Jamie Carpenter Regeneration magazine 30.11.04     Government plans to end child poverty by 2020 could be seriously undermined if p…
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Bulletin Articles
30th November 2004

Milburn to unveil changes on charity funding

Milburn to unveil changes on charity funding   Patrick Wintour, chief political correspondent The Guardian 30.11.04     Radical changes in funding for charities will allow improvement…
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Bulletin Articles
29th November 2004

Cleaner streets can give councils a lift

Cleaner streets can give councils a lift   Regeneration magazine 29.11.04     Clean streets and better access to services impress residents more than council tax comparisons with other …
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Bulletin Articles
29th November 2004

Isle of Whithorn: Scottish Community of the Year 2004

Isle of Whithorn: Scottish Community of the Year 2004     29.11.04   Presenting the winners' awards at the Calor Scottish Community Awards in Edinburgh on Friday, Prince Charles paid tr…