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2015/03/02 15:43
2015/03/02 15:43
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A new report from a coalition of major UK Churches has revealed that around 100,000 children were affected by benefit sanctions in 2013/14. It also shows that in the same period a total of nearly 7...
2015/03/02 15:43
2015/03/02 15:43
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2015/03/02 09:06
2015/03/02 09:06
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About 100,000 children were affected by benefit sanctions last year, according to a new report which says people are still going hungry in modern Britain. The research shows that nearly seven million...
2015/03/02 01:09
2015/03/02 01:09
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THE death of American actor Leonard Nimoy reminds a Star Trek fan of when Leonard came to Edinburgh some 20 years ago to talk about his autobiography - an event which for some reason was held at the...
2015/03/01 12:37
2015/03/01 12:37
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McDonald called for “assistance towards a peaceful death” to be taken into account for terminally ill patients such as himself. “I have pulmonary fibrosis. It just gets worse, there is no cure. I...
2015/02/28 11:30
2015/02/28 11:30
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Published: 28 Feb 2015 11:00 A SCHOOL friend of Iain Banks has fulfilled a promise he made to the late author to publish a collection of their poetry. Iain Banks with Ken and Ken now. Science...
2015/02/27 11:43
2015/02/27 11:43
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Four of the UK's major churches have produced a set of election resources designed to better equip Christians to view and interpret the policies and promises put forward by political parties in the...
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2015/02/27 11:09
2015/02/27 11:09
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An Edinburgh City Council report said a review of some practices had been carried out and changes made after concerns were lodged. Out of 88 primary schools, a total of 181 individuals in 31 schools...
2015/02/26 15:12
2015/02/26 15:12
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By CAROLINE WILSON THE director of a Canadian programme which is highly critical of foodbanks as a response to poverty is to speak in Glasgow. Rachel Gray, Chief Executive of The Stop Community Food...
2015/02/17 22:01
2015/02/17 22:01
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Pope decries beheading of Egyptian Christians in Libya Pope Francis departs from prepared script during visit from Church of Scotland, expressing deep sadness over beheading of 21 Egyptian Coptic...
2015/02/17 21:52
2015/02/17 21:52
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The Church of England's bishops have issued a letter giving advice to Christians about issues to take into account when casting their votes in May. This fairly mild document has triggered...
2015/02/17 17:14
2015/02/17 17:14
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POPE Francis expressed “profound sadness” over the beheading of 21 Egyptian Coptic Christians by Islamic militants in Libya Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi on Tuesday and urged the UN Security...
2015/02/17 11:51
2015/02/17 11:51
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Pope Francis called those who died in the highly-choreographed propaganda film 'martyrs' The Argentine pope labelled the film a "barbaric assassination" of innocents who he says were killed for their...
2015/02/16 17:06
2015/02/16 17:06
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This week you have the option of seeing the best and worst of humanity in the cinema. A large poster of the controversial film Fifty Shades of Grey. Numerous groups have spoken out against the film's...
2015/02/16 15:57
2015/02/16 15:57
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The unfortunate fate of the historic Greyfriars Kirk on Frederick Street, Port-of-Spain, torn down by the greed for land, sloth of its elders, and comic nonchalance of the State, has signalled perhaps...
2015/02/16 15:09
2015/02/16 15:09
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The Moderator also spoke about the relationship between the Roman Catholic Church and the Church of Scotland having never been more cordial or productive than it is now. The Moderator told Pope...
2015/02/16 13:39
2015/02/16 13:39
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Egyptian warplanes struck Islamic State targets in Libya on Monday in swift retribution for the extremists’ beheading of a group of Egyptian Christian hostages on a beach, shown in a grisly online...
2015/02/13 06:13
2015/02/13 06:13
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All are passionate, dedicated, courageous and strong - the kind of women who make life better for others, often overcoming great personal hardship to do so. As the 52nd Evening Times Scotswoman of...
2015/02/11 16:06
2015/02/11 16:06
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The Church of England today took the first steps towards becoming something comparable to a high street bank or building society with the launch of its own credit union. The aim is to take on payday...
2015/02/11 10:30
2015/02/11 10:30
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In modern times, it is obvious to most how a doctor, a minister, a writer, a teacher, and a politician can bring change and progress to a culture. However, when one man embodies all of the above for a...
2015/02/11 06:12
2015/02/11 06:12
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The multi-million pound job of restoring Lansdowne Church began several years ago and could take another decade. But in April, the opening of a bar and restaurant on the ground floor of the historic...
2015/03/02 15:43
2015/03/02 15:43
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