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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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8th December 2005

Woodschool takes double honours

Woodschool takes double honours 08.12.05 Scottish Borders-based Woodschool has picked up two prizes in this year’s prestigious Dynamic Place Awards. The awards are made by the Scottish Enterprise an…
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7th December 2005

Deprived areas can bank on help at last

Deprived areas can bank on help at last Alison BenjaminThe Guardian 07.12.05 The chancellor's announcement in this week's pre-budget report that he will sweep up money languishing in dormant UK bank …
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6th December 2005

One in three disabled Scots are in poverty

One in three disabled Scots are in poverty   06.12.05     One in three disabled adults of working age in Scotland is living in poverty - double the rate for adults without disabilities …
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6th December 2005

Futurebuilders Scotland learning Fund – still open for busi

Futurebuilders Scotland learning Fund - still open for business 05.12.05 The Futurebuilders Scotland Learning Fund to date provided £260,000 to help 56 social economy organisations take advantage of …
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6th December 2005

Firm turns the heat up on winter woes

Firm turns the heat up on winter woes   Scot Reid Business Editor The scotsman 02.12.05     IT was hailed as a key accomplishment of devolution and remains a cornerstone of the Scottis…
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6th December 2005

On need for local control

On need for local control Alf YoungSunday Herald02.12.05 Back in 1989, when a Tory secretary of state for Scotland was implementing the Hughes plan to replace the old Scottish Development Agency with …
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6th December 2005

It’s the people’s land … but how would we know?

It's the people's land ... but how would we know?   Andrew Picken Edinburgh Evening News 05.12.05     A RECORD of land and assets worth millions that belong to the people of Edinburgh i…
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6th December 2005

NHS network on social enterprise started

NHS network on social enterprise   05.12.05     The NHS networks website has created a page for social enterprises within the NHS. A social enterprise network has been formed following …
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5th December 2005

‘All I want in life is to walk along the beach, holding my love…

‘All I want in life is to walk along the beach, holding my lover's hand' But Chile had other plans for Michelle Bachelet. Now she is set to shatter its macho culture and political traditions by bec…
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5th December 2005

Scots head towards green procurement

Scots head towards green procurement    05.12.05     A directive to force the Scottish public sector to buy only goods produced in an environmentally-friendly way is inevitable, a…
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5th December 2005

Scotland ‘can lead in eco hols market’

Scotland 'can lead in eco hols market'    Regeneration & Renewal 05.12.05     Scotland should market itself on being a world leader in environmental sustainability, a leading …
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5th December 2005

Brown tells banks: give up dormant cash

Brown tells banks: give up dormant cash   · Money will fund charities · 15-year limit on assets   Nick Mathiason and Heather Stewart Sunday December 4, 2005 The Observer     H…