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21st June 2007

Third Sector Strategy for Communities and Local Government

Third Sector Strategy for Communities and Local Government   Department for Communities  and Local Government June 2007     4 – 4: Sustainable investment A priority for Communiti…
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21st June 2007

Great interest in Community Interest Companies

Great interest in Community Interest Companies 21.06.07 The thousandth Community Interest Company, a legal form only available since July 2005, was registered last week. City Healthcare Partnership CI…
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21st June 2007

HomeAid Manager receives MBE in Queen’s Birthday Honours

HomeAid Manager receives MBE in Queen's Birthday Honours   CRNS 201.06.07     HomeAid Manager receives MBE in Queen's Birthday Honours   Jackie Agnew, the manager of HomeAid West L…
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21st June 2007

Business support services for social enterprises in lowland Scotl…

Business support services for social enterprises in lowland Scotland  Communities scotland June 2007  Communities Scotland has commissioned Rocket Science to work with them and their partne…
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21st June 2007

What’s the next stage of development for HISEZ CIC? (June 07)

What's the next stage of development for HISEZ CIC? 20.06.07 The current HISEZ EQUAL project finishes at the end of June this year.  At present the board of HISEZ CIC is in the process of develop…
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20th June 2007

Try a little tenderness

Try a little tenderness As the success of a charity in Warrington working with teenage runaways shows, hugging a hoodie may actually work. Dave Hill15.06.07 Warrington town centre is calm and clean w…
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Senscot Bulletin
15th June 2007

Senscot Bulletin: 15-06-2007

Dear members and friends, I wake this morning to the sound of a ship’s foghorn – fog hanging on the trees like a Sherlock Holmes film. It’s midsummer next week and I’ve still got my central he…
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15th June 2007

Land Reform Expert to give Edinburgh Lecture

Land Reform Expert to give Edinburgh LectureAndy Wightman15.06.07 One of Scotland's leading authorities on land reform is to give a public lecture in Edinburgh later this month. Andy Wightman, an auth…
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Bulletin Articles
14th June 2007

Parliament Called To Review Means For Citizens’ Voices To B…

Parliament Called To Review Means For Citizens' Voices To Be Heard Scottish Civic Forumwww.workwithus.org10.06.07 A petition has been lodged with the Scottish Parliament, calling on the Scottish Execu…
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14th June 2007

Minister Backs Kinghorn Land Plans

Minister Backs Kinghorn Land Plans 14.06.07 A Fife community has successfully registered an interest in the right to buy nineteen plots of land surrounding and including Kinghorn Loch. The decision by…
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14th June 2007

The brave new world of government reform

The brave new world of government reform   Patrick Diamond The Guardian 30.05.07     Despite many improvements in public services over the last decade, we now need a fundamental reasse…
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14th June 2007

Subliminal Directions in line for education award

Subliminal Directions in line for education award   08.06.07   A social enterprise based in Fife has been nominated by one of the UK's leading political magazines, the New Statesman, in the…