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Bulletin Articles
21st January 2005

‘New era of community finance’ for Scotland

‘New era of community finance’ for Scotland   New Start magazine 21.01.05     A bold new era for community finance has been proposed by Scottish ministers in a financial inclusion a…
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Bulletin Articles
21st January 2005

Executive in £325m rail takeover

Executive in £325m rail takeover    21.01.05     Funding of £325m has been secured to enable the Scottish Executive to take over responsibility of Scotland's railways.   U…
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Bulletin Articles
21st January 2005

Scots may loss £600m Euro cash

Scots may loss £600m Euro cash   By Samantha Thorp Regeneration magazine 21.05.04     Scotland stands to lose up to £600 million of regeneration funding if European Commission plans t…
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Senscot Bulletin
21st January 2005

Senscot bulletin: 21-01-2005

SENSCOT MEMBER'S BULLETIN No. 262, FRIDAY 21st  JANUARY 2005   Dear members and friends,   Just back from Switzerland and the World Spirit Forum.  Arosa sits at 1700 metres, in an …
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20th January 2005

Helping nonprofits do business

Helping nonprofits do business Business plan competitions are a powerful way to help nonprofits turn ideas into sustainable commercial ventures. By Heinz-Peter Elstrodt, Anamaria Schindler, and André…
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Bulletin Articles
19th January 2005

Lottery transition policy ‘crass’

Lottery transition policy 'crass'   19.01.05     Lottery funding will be reduced to a trickle for an indefinite period after the Community Fund closes for applications on 31 May. &nbs…
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Bulletin Articles
19th January 2005

Online lottery reveals lucky seven charities

Online lottery reveals lucky seven charities   19.01.05     A £100,000 lottery has been set up to raise millions each year for seven UK charities.   The Lucky 7 Lotto is designe…
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Bulletin Articles
19th January 2005

Big names link up to lobby for end to child poverty

Big names link up to lobby for end to child poverty   19.01.05     Oxfam, RNID and Barnardo's are among the sector's big names backing a radical 10-point charter to lift 1 million chil…
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Bulletin Articles
18th January 2005

£200m vision for social sector

£200m vision for social sector   By Susan Downer New Start magazine   18.01.05     Plans for a £200m investment vehicle to develop cultural hubs in disadvantaged areas and restor…
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Bulletin Articles
17th January 2005

Risk model will help investors assess health of social eneterpris…

Risk model will help investors assess health of social enterprises   New Start magazine 17.01.05     Hundreds of thousands of pounds could be ploughed into the social economy through a …
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Bulletin Articles
17th January 2005

Glasgow chosen as base for new transport agency

Glasgow chosen as base for new transport agency   Stephen Stewart The Herald, 17.01.05     Scotland's new national transport agency, responsible for £3bn of infrastructure investment,…
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Senscot Bulletin
14th January 2005

Senscot Bulletin 14-01-2005

SENSCOT MEMBER’S BULLETIN No. 261, FRIDAY 14th JANUARY 2005   Dear members and friends,   Tomorrow I’m off to a place called Arosa in Switzerland – in search of God. Arosa is the venue…