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The voice of Scotland’s vibrant voluntary sector

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Niall Christie

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David Goodwillie was ruled in civil court to have raped a mother-of-one at a party in January 2011 - an incident that was reported in court to have destroyed her life

 
The SCVO is calling for charities and individuals across the country to apply for its annual charity awards. 

 
ilm created by the Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations (SCVO) is among a host of Scottish nominees for this year’s Charity Film Awards. 

 
The views and experiences people share will be used to make recommendations for the positive changes which can help create a Scotland that is free of mental illness prejudice and discrimination. 

 
Analysis by Citizens Advice Scotland warned of the rising number of households seeking help with energy bills.

 
Legal air quality standards came into force in 2010, yet have been broken every single year since except 2020. 

 
Nina Munday was employed to set up Fife Centre for Equalities (FCE) in 2014 but will move on in March.  

 
The charity has said the past 18 months has shown there are opportunities to rebuild and recover in a better way.

 
Scottish Conservative MSP has been told she must apologise for “disgraceful” remarks made about families across the country who use foodbanks. 

 
The life of Jane Haining will be marked by a new project launched ahead of Holocaust Memorial Day