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Bulletin Articles
28th September 2005

New team to explore community land rights

New team to explore community land rights    28.09.05     Officials are exploring how a Scottish-style right for local communities to buy land could be introduced in England. &nb…
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Bulletin Articles
26th September 2005

British electoral system is ‘unjust’

British electoral system is 'unjust'  Edward Davie22.09.05 Ballot box: Unfair system? Less than three per cent of British voters have a fair share of power in elections, according to new researc…
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Bulletin Articles
26th September 2005

Charities to get trading freedom

Charities to get trading freedom    Richard Garlick Regeneration & Renewal  23.09.05     Rules governing community interest companies (CICs) will allow charities to set…
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Bulletin Articles
25th September 2005

Additional funds for successful energy scheme

Additional funds for successful energy scheme   23.09.05     Additional funding for a successful renewable energy grant scheme has been announced by the Scottish Executive.   The S…
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Bulletin Articles
24th September 2005

Shared equity scheme helps home buyers

Shared equity scheme helps home buyers  Planning magazine23.09.05 A shared equity scheme to help people on low incomes get a foot on the property ladder has been set up by the Scottish Executive…
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Bulletin Articles
24th September 2005

Urban role for Scottish Land Fund?

Proposal for urban role for Scottish Land Fund  Joey GardinerRegeneration & Renewal 23.09.05 Deprived urban communities in Scotland could be given the chance to buy land in their area in ord…
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Bulletin Articles
24th September 2005

Ex-mining areas ‘still deprived’

Ex-mining areas 'still deprived'   23.09.05 People living in former mining areas are more likely to be unemployed or on low incomes than people elsewhere in Scotland, according to a new repo…
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Bulletin Articles
23rd September 2005

Katrina reveals the US’s fractured state

Katrina reveals the US's fractured state  Laurence Demarco,  Regeneration & Renewal23 September 2005  In 1989 I spent five weeks in the USA on a German Marshall Fellowship looking …
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Bulletin Articles
23rd September 2005

Arts script ripped up as eloquence is left to languish

Arts script ripped up as eloquence is left to languish Magnus LinklaterThe Times23.09.05  WITH charm, courtesy and the calm precision of a brain surgeon, the Minister for the Arts yesterday …
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Senscot Bulletin
23rd September 2005

Senscot Bulletin: 23-09-05

SENSCOT MEMBER'S BULLETIN No. 296, FRIDAY 23rd SEPTEMBER 2005 (Going out weekly to over 2700) Dear members and friends, Recently I've started reading stories in the Old Testament – no idea why.&nb…
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Bulletin Articles
23rd September 2005

The Case for a Social Enterprise Office

THE CASE FOR A SOCIAL ENTERPRISE OFFICE   Social Enterprise Growth and Less Scottish Enterprise Support In their Report “Valuing the Social Economy” Alan McGregor, Andrea Glass and Simon Cla…
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Bulletin Articles
22nd September 2005

Cluture Club Notes

Culture Club NotesJoyce McMillan9.9.05 Note on views expressed at the artists' conference on the culture commission report, held at the Scottish parliament, Monday 12 September 2005 1) There was a gen…