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Bulletin Articles
25th September 2006

Review of asset powers launched

Review of asset powers launched    Jamie Carpenter & Richard Garlick Regeneration & Renewal 22.09.06     Powers designed to help community organisations take over the man…
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Bulletin Articles
25th September 2006

Executive hopes £20m EU clawback will be cut to £3m

Executive hopes £20m EU clawback will be cut to £3m   Tom Gordon The Herald 22.09.06      Ministers hope to pay back as little as £3m of a £20m bill being demanded by Brusse…
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Bulletin Articles
25th September 2006

Travel troubles can’t put a damper on far north community confe…

Travel troubles can’t put a damper on far north community conference   Rural Gateway 25.09.06     The challenges of transport in Scotland’s remote areas were sharply highlighted for…
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Bulletin Articles
22nd September 2006

Capture value uplift to cut down poverty

Capture value uplift to cut down poverty  Laurence DemarcoRegeneration & Renewal22.09.06 The single biggest mistake in social policy is to have all our poor people living together. The evide…
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Bulletin Articles
22nd September 2006

Marking out the territory

Marking out the territory David Brindle The Guardian   22.09.06   On his Whitehall desk is a copy of the forthcoming autobiography of the singer-songwriter and political activist Billy Bragg…
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Senscot Bulletin
22nd September 2006

Senscot bulletin: 22-09-2006

Dear members and friends, Tuesday was a real blast of winter - scudding clouds, wind and rain. The swallows have gone, our ancient apple tree has shed its crop, the woodstove is lit again. In the hill…
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Bulletin Articles
22nd September 2006

Lib Dems look to take lead on localism with centralisation attack

Lib Dems look to take lead on localism with centralisation attack   Paul Humphries New Start magazine 20.09.06     The Liberal Democrats this week attacked the government for damaging E…
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Bulletin Articles
22nd September 2006

Government green light for city economic bodies

Government green light for city economic bodies  Joey Gardiner Regeneration & Renewal 22.09.06 Organisations with the remit to deliver economic development and physical regeneration across e…
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Bulletin Articles
22nd September 2006

Scotland shuns its community duty

Scotland shuns its community duty  Laurence DemarcoRegeneration & Renewal magazinewww.regen.net 15.09.06 As a community development worker I work with communities to identify needs and to tak…
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Bulletin Articles
21st September 2006

Communities must feel listened to, not muzzled.

Communities must feel listened to, not muzzled.     Speech by Ruth Kelly MP, Minister for Communities, at the Development Trust Association (DTA) national conference 19.09.06     I…
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Bulletin Articles
21st September 2006

South Africa opens its heart to the Homeless World Cup

South Africa opens its heart to the Homeless World Cup   Mel Young 21.09.06     This year’s Homeless World Cup kicks off in Cape Town on 24th September. 48 countries are represented t…
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Bulletin Articles
20th September 2006

Reform will bring ‘devolution to the doorstep’ says Kelly

Reform will bring ‘devolution to the doorstep' says Kelly   20.09.06     Communities Secretary Ruth Kelly promised yesterday that the Government ‘will not soft pedal or step-back fr…