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Niall Christie

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The Japanese Macaque was apprehended in a garden. 

Now in its 18th year, the Scottish Charity Awards are designed to celebrate the best of the voluntary sector.

The committee’s convener, SNP MSP Kenneth Gibson, urged the government to go further on measures that would support the sector.

The calls come after the International Court of Justice issued a preliminary ruling on claims of genocide against Palestinians.

Locavore said it has saved 77 jobs and two stores despite the concerns. 

Rachel Hamada will take up post with Edinburgh-based Take One Action. 

A Japanese Macaque - also known as a Snow Monkey - went missing from the Highland Wildlife Park. 

The pair will be the first ever to take on the role. 

Faye Shaw, Greg Maxwell, Heather Irving, and Natalya Macholla will all join Sacro’s board. 

Scotland’s third sector plays a pivotal role in addressing societal challenges and fostering community well-being