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A new service has been launched to help people throughout Glasgow improve their financial skills. Funded by a £1 million grant from the Big Lottery for three years, Epic 360 comes at a time when many people are under increasing financial pressures as a result of welfare reform and the recent introd

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The latest ng homes international community cook-in took place at Keppoch Campus last week and was attended by over 100 people with parents and children enjoying a variety of dishes prepared by local chefs. From Scotland Paul O’Brien served up a vegetarian option of Italian Potato Salad and Marc L

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Members of the Inner Circle men’s group prepped, cooked and served a delicious two course lunch for the all-female Chancers group, both of whom are based in Possilpark. The Come Dine With Me was organised and supported by Food for Thought community support worker, Claire Alexander, who has been wo

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Sheltered housing tenants of ng homes took part in a hearing aid maintenance clinic recently run by Action on Hearing Loss at Barloch Street in Possilpark. At the clinic, tenants were provided with new batteries and replacement tubing for their hearing aids. Tuning and volume controls were also chec

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A course that uses the game of Rugby to teach participants crucial life lessons and core values is helping unemployed people find work in two of Scotland’s largest cities. Over 20 unemployed men and women are currently halfway through an 8-week employability programme which uses the values of rugb

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A group of ng homes tenants are ensuring their landlord delivers the best possible services to its customers and also highlighting where improvements need to be made. Tenants Scrutiny Panels are made up of tenants whose aim is to have greater transparency in how Housing Associations operate and to h

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