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The Kenmure St protests | Photo by Simon Murpy

‘These are our Neighbours’: Three years on from Kenmure Street, what’s changed?

It’s now three years since the people of Glasgow came together in unity to challenge ...

By Pinar Aksu and Tabassum Niamat

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‘No News is Bad News’ Scottish Beacon event to explore future of local news

Journalism today is at a crossroads. Old models based on commercial advertising are no longer ...

By The Scottish Beacon

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A letter from Scotland on the housing emergency

Scotland has an official “housing emergency”. The Scottish Parliament declared this to be so on ...

By John Knox

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School mothballing halted: reflecting on victory of local campaigners

Campaigners had regarded the imposition of mothballing as ‘closure by stealth’. Now Glenkens councillors Dougie ...

By Sarah Ade, Glenkens Gazette

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Kelvingrove Museum – the Pittenweem Connection

On a recent visit to Glasgow’s Kelvingrove Museum and Art Gallery, the word ‘Pittenweem’ on ...

By the Pittenweem Post

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‘Warmth and determination’: Jen’s masterful reports from inside Ukraine now available as a book

When a young local journalist fulfilled her lifelong dream of living and working in Russia, ...

By Hans J Marter, Shetland News

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Eight months on, still no advert for Kilcreggan GP post

Eight months after the last contracted GP on the Rosneath Peninsula resigned, the post has ...

By Julian Calvert, The Lochside Press

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How Govanhill’s link workers remove barriers to accessing healthcare

Not all of life’s maladies can be resolved in a 10-minute GP appointment. This is ...

By Lottie Hanwell, Greater Govanhill

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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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From the ashes – Port Ellen Distillery re-opens

The Ileach Port Ellen Distillery was originally established as a malt mill in 1825, before ...
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Proposed ‘Visitor Levy’ Will Have Little Benefit for Local Pentland Businesses

Paul Fisher Cockburn, C&B News Scottish Government plans to enable local councils to impose a ...

By Paul Fisher Cockburn

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