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Funding Scotland has a new look and is stuffed full with new features. Since we launched back in 2014 we’ve listened to our users and been constantly evolving and improving. We hope you enjoy exploring the new features. New features Our new version uses the latest…
An awards ceremony is set to highlight successful partnership between the public and voluntary sectors. The Scottish Public Service Awards take place at the Scottish Parliament on 4 December. Returning for a sixth year, the awards celebrate excellence within Scotland’s public ser…
However reductions in funding from the Western Isles Integration Joint Board (IJB) means the hospice's finances are now at crisis point. Bethesda's general manager Carol Sommerville said: "This last accounting year, we were running at a loss of about £100,000. "We cannot continue…
This year, the appeal told the story of the charity’s work with vulnerable young people in Uganda. In central and northern regions, high unemployment rates, HIV and AIDS, and the legacy of war have left a high number of orphans and a generation of young people without hope, trapp…
OSCR confirmed to BBC Scotland that it is investigating the case. This follows the Scottish Funding Council (SFC) stating in June it was reviewing the payment - believed to be in the region of £280,000. An OSCR spokesman said: "We can confirm that we have an ongoing inquiry. "In…
Scouts are hoping to recruit a cheeky Scottish legend. The Oor Wullie Bucket Trail has been raising awareness of charities and causes across Scotland. Six Scout units have been working in partnership with DC Thomson over the past year to create Scout Oor Wullie, and featured him…
Welcoming the award, Eileen Black, STAR trustee, said: “Every time we see the look on these young peoples’ faces, the joy and anticipation of meeting their siblings, who they may not have seen for weeks, months or even years, is a reminder why STAR is so important. “What they get…
Fundraising manager Carol-Anne Lamont said: “For the last two years, Step Up has been one of our most popular events, and we were once again looking forward to welcoming you all to join us for a beautiful walk in a couple of weeks’ time. “Unfortunately, despite the best efforts o…
Scots are being advised of a service that can help them with money matters. Citizens Advice Scotland has welcomed a new Scottish Government national advertising campaign which raises awareness of the Money Talk Team. The campaign, supported by advertising, PR and social media, wi…
More than 170,000 Scottish older people are already living in poverty. Lower paid workers and women are less likely to have a private pension and rely solely on the state pension. Scotland’s life expectancy stalled this year after three decades of increasing, and is now 77.0 for…

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