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Exclusive: winners of the 2017 Scottish Charity Awards

Street Soccer Scotland, a unique project to combat social exclusion through football has been named as the charity of the year 2017

21st June 2017 by Graham Martin

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Catalogue of failings show housing association misled tenants

Report shows association was so badly governed regulator had to take over control to protect tenants

22nd June 2017 by Robert Armour

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Scottish Charity Awards: People’s Choice

Who won People's Choice at this year's Scottish Charity Awards?

22nd June 2017 by Graham Martin

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Charity declared bankrupt with £1m debts

Scandal-hit aid charity gave just 13p in every pound to charity

22nd June 2017 by Robert Armour

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Scottish Charity Awards: Drake Music is demonstrating digital excellence

Drake Music has won Demonstrating Digital at the Scottish Charity Awards 2017

21st June 2017 by Graham Martin

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Scottish Charity Awards: Look who’s a Terrific Trustee!

Jim Campbell from Bobath Scotland won the inaugural Terrific Trustee award at the Scottish Charity Awards?

21st June 2017 by Graham Martin

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Scottish Charity Awards: Village hall from Kintyre wins Celebrating Communities

Who won Celebrating Communities at the Scottish Charity Awards?

21st June 2017 by Graham Martin

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Scottish Charity Awards: What a Pioneering Project!

Who won Pioneering Project at this year's Scottish Charity Awards?

21st June 2017 by Graham Martin

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Scottish Charity Awards: This year’s third sector Cracking Campaign

Who won Cracking Campaign at the Scottish Charity Awards?

21st June 2017 by Graham Martin

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Scottish Charity Awards: Laura Young is Charity Champion

Teapot Trust founder named Charity Champion at Scottish Charity Awards 2017

21st June 2017 by Graham Martin

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Scottish Charity Awards 2017: Celine Sinclair is a Leading Light

The chief executive of the Yard has been named Scotland's third sector leading light

21st June 2017 by Graham Martin

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Ministers set to reform Scotland’s parliament

​Commission wants to give the Scottish Parliament an "MOT"

21st June 2017 by Robert Armour

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How charities can reshape the country during Brexit

Charities must be involved in policymaking if divisions are to be healed and the UK move on following Brexit

21st June 2017 by Graham Martin

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Boost for cooperatives as Scots fed up with traditional economy

Cooperatives UK says the sector is growing across the UK and Scotland as people seek more control over the economy and their jobs

20th June 2017 by Susan Smith

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Civil society says: Brexit must respect the rights of children

Children In Scotland has joined 1,800 groups across Europe to demand that the rights of young people will be respected as Brexit negotiations begin

19th June 2017 by Graham Martin

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Good Ideas thrive through the Melting Pot

Ten social entrepreneurs graduate from the Good Ideas Academy and the hunt begins for new recruits

19th June 2017 by Susan Smith

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UN urges UK government to reform Lobbying Act

High level intervention could force UK government into rethink

16th June 2017 by Robert Armour

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Regulator threatens to take over charity after serious failings

Animal charity faces its biggest crisis after damning criticism from its members and the regulator

16th June 2017 by Robert Armour

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UK charities minister confirmed - at the second attempt

Confusion reigned this week over who was the UK’s new charities minister

15th June 2017 by Graham Martin

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