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Bulletin Articles
12th March 2019

Scotland needs new institutions to transform our local communitie…

ElectoralReform.org.uk, by Willie Sullivan27.02.19 Can you remember a time you were talking with someone and the response you got back meant that it was blatantly obvious that they hadn’t underst…
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Bulletin Articles
12th March 2019

Jeremy Corbyn and the truth about Tom Bower’s book

Middle East Eye, by Peter Oborne09.12.19 A biography about the Labour leader systematically distorts the truth, writes Peter Oborn Those of us who report on politics are at liberty to express,…
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Bulletin Articles
11th March 2019

Buildings to be given new lease of life after £20m funding boost

Scottish Construction Now07.03.19 The Govanhill Baths refurbishment and the delivery of a new Torry Community Hub are among 18 projects to benefit from a share of £20.4 million to support loc…
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Senscot Bulletin
8th March 2019

Senscot Bulletin: 08.03.19

MP David Lammy recently took exception to a photo posted online by journalist Stacey Dooley – he said:  “The photo of a beautiful white woman, holding a black child, evokes a ‘colonial’ i…
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Bulletin Articles
6th March 2019

Dundee aims to become UK’s first ‘living wage city

Herald Scotland Online06.03.19 Employers have launched a plan to make Dundee the first "living wage city" in the UK. The aim is to increase payment of the voluntary living wage of £9 …
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Bulletin Articles
6th March 2019

Fund for aspiring social entrepreneurs

Third Force News, by Gareth Jones05.03.19 Potential social entrepreneurs are being given the chance to apply for funding. The Lloyds Bank and Bank of Scotland Social Entrepreneurs Programme, run…
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Bulletin Articles
5th March 2019

Insight: Apply now if you want to live on Ulva – population fiv

The Scotsman, by Dani Garavelli Dani Garavelli visits the five residents of Ulva who are determined to bring life back to the island and create a new community – even if they don’t see eye to e…
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Bulletin Articles
5th March 2019

New Chief Executive announced for Community Enterprise in Scotlan…

Community Enterprise in Scotland (CEIS), the leading provider of business support to social enterprises in Scotland has announced its new Chief Executive. Ian Mitchell, currently Deputy Director Exter…
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Senscot Bulletin
1st March 2019

Senscot Bulletin: 01.03.19

There is a farm shop/café near my cottage – where you can sit as long as you like; I’m with my friend Joan and her daughter Josie, who’s three. Joan asks me to watch Josie while she does some s…