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CFINE, winner of ‘Scottish Social Enterprise of the Year Award 2019’

20th November 2019
Community Food SEN News

CFINE, winner of ‘Scottish Social Enterprise of the Year Award 2019’, are opening Aberdeen’s third of its kind, pantry-style food scheme on Thursday the 21st of November, at their premises. The Best Start and Smile Community Food Pantry provides access to fresh and healthy food and aims to improve oral health. The pantry will be […]

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Kaleyard is now open in Toryglen Community Base

20th November 2019
Community Food SEN News

Kaleyard is now open in Toryglen Community Base, with commercial, community and catering events available.  Our masterclasses are casual, informal but you go away learning real home cooking and easy recipes to recreate at home. Our community classes will benefit from this home away from home kitchen as they can relax and cook, eat and […]

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Latest Developments from Thriving Survivors

20th November 2019
Community Food SEN News

We have recently moved from our office in Tollcross Mansionhouse to our new head office The Tobacco Merchants House, 42 Miller Street, Glasgow G1 1DT. We will also have community hubs operating in; Tollcross Advice and Learning Centre in the East of the City every Friday from 10am – 4pm from November 2019 and Drumchapel in the West of […]

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Prince Andrew’s Noxious Interview About Jeffrey Epstein

20th November 2019
Bulletin Articles

The New Yorker, by Rebecca Mead18th November 2019 t would be a considerable stretch to say that he was a very, very close friend,” Prince Andrew said of the late financier and convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein, who was found dead in his cell at the Metropolitan Correctional Center, in Manhattan, in August, while awaiting trial for […]

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STRIKING EXHIBITION OF TAPESTRY WEAVINGS BRING TO LIFE A NEW UNDERSTANDING OF THE BATTLE OF JUTLAND

14th November 2019

Woven Waves: The Jutland Tapestries by artist Katie Russell Scottish Maritime Museum Harbour Road, Irvine, Ayrshire Saturday 14 December – Sunday 29March 2020 Award-winning tapestry artist Katie Russell weaves together naval history, ground-breaking technology and art to explore the largest ever naval conflict, the Battle of Jutland, in her new exhibition Woven Waves which opens at the Scottish Maritime […]

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‘The Foul Mouthed Foreman’, ‘The Stowaway on the SS Florence Cooke’ and ‘A Trip to Kolkata’

14th November 2019

Scottish Maritime Museum launches a collection of short films reflecting on life around local shipyards in the last century A new collection of personal stories reflecting on life lived around the shipyards and marine industries of Irvine and Garnock Valley during the last century is now screening at the Scottish Maritime Museum on Irvine Harbourside. The 15 short stories, which […]

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West Lothian teenager named Modern Apprentice of the Year

14th November 2019
Bulletin Articles

Daily Record, by Marjorie Kerr11th November 2019 Teenager Mirhan Smith has been named the top apprentice in her category at the Scottish Apprenticeship Awards 2019. The talented 19-year-old from Livingston was announced as Modern Apprentice of the Year SCQF Level 5, sponsored by College Development Network. She won the award in front of over 350 […]

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‘A critical moment for Scottish justice’: Public inquiry into death of Sheku Bayoh announced

14th November 2019
Bulletin Articles

CommonSpace, by Sean Bell12th November 2019 Justice secretary Humza Yousaf confirmed that an inquiry would be established following a meeting between the Bayoh family and Nicola Sturgeon Public inquiry into the death of Sheku Bayoh announced following Lord Advocate’s decision not to prosecute any police officers over the incident Justice secretary Humza Yousaf tells MSPs […]

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Why the Spectator tolerates the intolerable

14th November 2019
Bulletin Articles

The Newstatesman, by Gavin Jacobson6th November 2019 The collapse of the intellectual right.  As this magazine has found in its series on “The Closing of the Conservative Mind”, a defining feature of British politics over the last few years has been the intellectual collapse of the right. With no legislative achievement to speak of in […]

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Tourism Partners

13th November 2019
Bulletin Articles
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The differences between Labour and the Conservatives on fiscal policy

13th November 2019
Bulletin Articles

mainly macro8th November 2019 The Conservatives have learnt the lesson of 2017, and have ditched austerity in order to offer higher spending to the electorate.They hope voters decide that there isn’t much difference between the two parties on this score. But voters would be wrong to do so. In Labour’s case the extra spending is […]

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Shelter Scotland ask people of Edinburgh to back campaign to enshrine the right to a home in law

13th November 2019
Bulletin Articles

Edinburgh News, by Ian Swanson11th November 2019 Campaigners from housing charity Shelter Scotland are on the streets of the Capital today seeking signatures on a petition calling for the right to a home to be enshrined in law. They want the Scottish Government to pass a new law saying everyone is entitled to adequate housing […]

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