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A brave Dundee woman was given an extreme spring makeover when her head was shaved to raise money for a foodbank charity. The newly hairless hero, Joy Watson, went under the clippers at Hillcrest Group’s HQ to raise funds for The Trussell Trust.

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In a first for a construction firm, a rescue mission was launched by Glasgow-based City Building and Scottish Natural Heritage to save endangered water voles living beneath a working site in Easterhouse, Glasgow. After repair and upgrading work began on local housing association properties in Coxton

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New figures have revealed an 8% rise in the number of approved residential units in Scotland. In its new report, the Home Builders Federation (HBF) revealed planning permission was granted for 293,127 new homes across Great Britain.

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Nora Uhrig details Shelter Scotland’s report into social sector evictions. We have got used to hearing over recent years about the problems facing families and households struggling to afford the essentials, the growth of foodbanks and having to choose between heating and eating. About how the imp

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The Scottish Government has published the responses to its consultation on proposals for transforming the planning system. A total of 450 submitted responses are available to view from respondents who gave permission for their correspondence to be made public.

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Housing and care provider Blackwood has invested in a brand new eco-friendly car to energise its care at home service in Stirling. In a move that will appeal to the increasingly environmentally-conscious, Blackwood’s Broom Court development, which provides at home support for people with physical

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