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Charities urge backing for workplace parking charge

Green campaigners have urged support for the controversial Workplace Parking Levy

15th February 2019 by Graham Martin

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School pupils strike to save the planet

School pupils across Scotland are going on strike in protest against the destruction of the planet

15th February 2019 by Graham Martin

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Benefit bashing and Brexit increase extreme poverty

An international poverty expert has said that meaningful action must be taken to help those who face deprivation

15th February 2019 by Gareth Jones

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Legal eagles fight for wildlife justice

Three of the UK’s foremost activists have founded Wild Justice to use the law to enforce protection

14th February 2019 by Graham Martin

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Veterans invited to take part in milestone cruise

Legion Scotland and Poppyscotland have chartered a ship to mark 75 years since the D-Day landings

13th February 2019 by Gareth Jones

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Nominations open for the Scottish Charity Awards 2019

Charities and individuals across Scotland are being urged to apply for Scotland's prestigious charity awards

11th February 2019 by Graham Martin

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Take Workplace Journey Challenge and win share of £4,500

Competiton pits colleagues against each other to see who can rack up most journey miles

8th February 2019 by Robert Armour

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Open Government to be extended in Scotland

Scotland's Second Action Plan on Open Government has been published, as work to improve transparency in Scotland continues

7th February 2019 by Gareth Jones

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“Profoundly troubling”: report reveals “toxic” culture at Amnesty

A damning report has uncovered a “toxic” working environment at Amnesty International

7th February 2019 by Graham Martin

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Scottish charity hits out at right-wing group

Social care organisation Turning Point has been forced to deny that it has links to a controversial conservative group

6th February 2019 by Gareth Jones

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Sector needs clarity on post-Brexit funding

The Scottish Government has called for answers on a replacement for European structural funding once Britain leaves the EU

5th February 2019 by Gareth Jones

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Huge parts of Scotland given to grouse shooting - most of us never eat it

Most Scots never eat any grouse – yet vast tracts of the country are given over to the slaughter of the game birds

5th February 2019 by Graham Martin

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We need to fix Scotland’s broken food system

Scotland's food system is failing to meet the needs of its people and the environment

5th February 2019 by Graham Martin

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Community fridge aims to support families

Residents of Pollokshields in Glasgow are set to benefit from a project to reduce food waste and get the community sharing

4th February 2019 by Gareth Jones

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Tory minister launches “scandalous” attack on foreign aid

A UK Tory minister wants to tear up the way foreign aid is sourced and allocated

30th January 2019 by Graham Martin

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Funding decisions devolved to Scotland

A funder has announced a major devolution of decision-making

30th January 2019 by Graham Martin

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Cautious optimism as Scotland sets new fuel poverty targets

A previous target failed in 2016

29th January 2019 by Robert Armour

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Six ways to transform Scottish rural life

Scotland’s rural communities have presented six demands which they say will make life better for people living in the countryside

29th January 2019 by Graham Martin

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Charity gets cash to help people made destitute by Brexit

A charity has had its funding doubled so it can help those expected to be made destitute by Brexit

28th January 2019 by Graham Martin

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