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Today (28 November 2012) MSPs in the Scottish Parliament are debating the Social Care Scotland Bill that will determine the support offered to unpaid carers for those with debilitating illnesses or disabilities.
Scottish independence is not a go-it-alone creed, but a call for a new, collaborative society, speakers at the Radical Independence conference have said.
New research by the Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations shows growing concern about increasing demand for services as UK welfare cuts kick in.
The Scottish Government has announced at least £1.2 million to kick start vital projects next year that will help communities in Malawi out of poverty.
An event at the Scottish Parliament has been held to discuss with the public what they want from Scotland’s first ever bill on lobbying transparency.
A powerful new documentary film about the work of international charity Mary’s Meals, 'Child 31', had its British public premiere today.
The Scottish Finance Secretary must end tax avoidance by large companies such as Starbucks as it gains more tax powers in Scotland, Greens say.
The Scottish Government's plans to reduce the discount on business rates for owners of empty properties have been backed by Scottish Greens.
'Peace Building, Peace Keeping and Conflict Resolution: The Civil Society Contribution' is the overall theme for an international symposium to launch the Edinburgh Peace Initiative.
A supporters' plan for the future of Scottish football has been launched by policy group FansFirst Scotland, as concerns over the national game continue.