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9 November, 2016
A Greenock minister has been burning the midnight oil preparing for Remembrance Sunday, not writing his sermon but restoring a WW1 war memorial.
8 November, 2016
Very Rev John Chalmers and David Bradwell, refugee co-ordinator for Scottish Faiths Action for Refugees, will join Scottish faith leaders at a meeting with First Minister Nicola Sturgeon this afternoon, Tuesday 8 November.
5 November, 2016
A stunning sea of red ceramic poppies has been “planted” in the grounds of a church to mark Armistice Day and Remembrance Day.
4 November, 2016
The new cap on benefits set to be introduced next week will lead to a ten-fold increase in the number of Scottish families having their benefits limited over the next 4 years. It is estimated more than 11,000 families across Scotland will have their benefits capped by 2020.
This Saturday, one day before the 30th anniversary of the worst helicopter disaster in our history, a special Service of Remembrance for all those who have died offshore will be held at the Kirk of St Nicholas in Union Street, Aberdeen.
3 November, 2016
The Scottish Government is under fresh pressure to amend the law to ensure that it is never acceptable to beat a child.
Professor Alexis Jay delivered a powerful keynote speech to the Church of Scotland safeguarding conference, urging church members to learn from the lessons of the past.
2 November, 2016
A former Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland has been appointed to an independent panel examining ways of modernising the Scottish Parliament.
A new national campaign to give all children the best start in life was launched at a project run by the Church's social care arm CrossReach in Glasgow yesterday.