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Some of Scotland's community spaces

The Scottish Beacon collaborative: What’s happening to Scotland’s community spaces?

“The guy who started it all off had seen the state of the Millburn Church ...

By By Devon McCole, The Scottish Beacon.

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“Empty buildings owned by the Ministry of Defence should be reused in response to the housing emergency” says MSP.

The MoD (Ministry of Defence) says that two B listed buildings in Shandon are being ...

By Julian Calvert, The Lochside Press

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Village church saved by its community

Nestled along the historic route connecting Balloch and Stirling, an 1800s church sits on the ...

By Harvey Smart, The Clydesider

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Opening night of Ness Hall 21st July 1964. Image Courtesy of Comunn Eachraidh Nis

The white elephant on the hill?

Dell Hall, Ness Hall or the Murdo Macaulay Memorial Hall – all titles used to ...

By Netty Sopata , fios

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Fish farm

New inquiry into Scottish salmon farming

MSPs have launched a follow-up inquiry to ask if recommendations made six years ago have ...

By The Lochside Press

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Edinburgh Council - LEZ introduction which begins on 1st June 2024

Edinburgh Low Emission Zone enforcement begins on Saturday

A scheme that restricts the most polluting vehicles entering the city centre of the capital ...

By Luke Jackson, Midlothian View

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Plastic free Stonehaven

Plastic free business champions lead the way to gaining plastic free status for Stonehaven

Stonehaven is on the cusp of gaining ‘plastic free’ status from Surfers Against Sewage thanks ...

By Marion Montgomery, The Bellman

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Long grass is better for butterflies

The study, by the wildlife charity Butterfly Conservation (BC), provides the first scientific evidence that ...

By George Mair, Edinburgh Reporter

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Clarity on wood burning stoves urgently needed

In her letter, Rhoda Grant has called for the Minister for Zero Carbon Buildings, Patrick ...

By The Orkney News

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A Red Squirrel Gnawing a Conifer Cone

£1million boost for red squirrel conservation

Over £1m in new funding has been announced to aid red squirrel conservation efforts in ...

By The Lochside Press

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ApparelXchange Shop in Glasgow Southside | Photo by Anna Macqueen

‘More than a shop’: taking a sustainable approach to childrenswear

The popularity of sustainable shopping has surged in recent years, with the second-hand clothing market ...

By Anna MacQueen, Greater Govanhill

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Scottish Water Promises Sewage Without Bits

Scottish Water plans to upgrade 51 combined sewage outfalls (CSOs) along the Water of Leith. ...

By Broughton Spurtle

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