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African Challenge Scotland hosted an International Women's Day Conference at ng homes’ Saracen House in Possilpark. Celebrated across the world since the early 1900's, the original aim of International Women's Day was to provide a forum for women to campaign for equality and women’s rights. Over

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A seven-week rugby based employability course held in the Falkirk area has been deemed a resounding success. Run by Link Group Ltd, in partnership with The School of Hard Knocks and ng homes, the course saw 14 unemployed men and women, over 18 years of age from the Falkirk area, taking part in a pro

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Margaret Burgess Minister for housing and welfare Margaret Burgess MSP will mark the start of Scottish Apprenticeship Week 2016 (February 29–4 March) by launching a national challenge for housing apprentices.

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A new addition to the list of places to visit in North Glasgow is proving popular with customers of ng homes as they meet fortnightly at the Tiger’s Den Diner for an evening of entertainment with a hot meal included. Over 60 residents meet regularly at the home of the Glasgow Tigers whose walls ar

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A further 26 people have successfully completed the community development Activate courses supported by ng homes and delivered by the University of Glasgow. The main aim of Activate is to give local people who are active in their communities an opportunity to reflect on what they do and why they do

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Imtiaz Ahmed ng homes home energy check advisor, Imtiaz Ahmed, has been working with tenants to assist them in saving money on their energy bills and providing tips in keeping their homes warm over the winter.

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Over the past year ng homes has partnered with Nourish Scotland to look at some of the wider issues around food in the community. The first community event was held in March and was attended by residents, members of voluntary and public organisations where they discussed and identified some action a

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A charity which helps people in Glasgow move out of poverty and lead change in their communities has delivered training to staff from ng homes to help them understand the definition and impact of poverty. Bridges out of Poverty helps organisations working with people in poverty facilitate their unde

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Tenants and residents who were evacuated from their homes when the Red Road flats were demolished recently were able to call on ng homes housing operations staff who were on duty from 7am until after 8pm on the big day. Staff worked closely with Safedem and Glasgow Housing Association offering assis

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Queens Cross Housing Association vice chair Marilyn Clewes (left) signing the Stick Your Labels pledge with chief executive Shona Stephen Three Glasgow housing associations are working together to write a new Charter for Challenging Poverty.

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Picnics have proved popular with people of all ages across North Glasgow over the last few weeks of summer with sheltered housing residents and school children all joining in the fun. The ng homes events revolved around the One Planet Picnic initiative run by the independent environmental charity Ke

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Commonwealth Trainee Joseph Amouzou proudly displays his Gold medal congratulated by ng homes CEO Robert Tamburrini and depute CEO Ann Marie Devlin A Commonwealth trainee at ng homes has won gold at the Men’s League Championships in Aberdeen confirming him as Scotland’s number one triple jumper.

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An emergency meeting is being held in Glasgow tomorrow for Scottish housing associations to agree a practical and immediate response to the refugee crisis in Europe. The meeting is being hosted by Positive Action in Housing, the homelessness refugee and migrant charity, which has been providing shel

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(from left) ng homes chairperson John Fury, Teresa McNally, ng homes CEO Robert Tamburrini, his depute Ann Marie Devlin, Chrissie Allan and the Lord Provost of Glasgow Councillor Sadie Docherty A ceremony has been held to mark the opening of a conference centre named after the man who led the transf

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