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  April 12th 2013

...and a 184-day trek through sub-zero temperatures, sleet and snow!

  One man, one dog and a 184-day trek through sub-zero temperatures, sleet and snow. That's the challenge Wayne Hall set h...

  February 5th 2013

Scottish LAs now have a duty to provide settled accommodation to anyone who becomes homeless through no fault of their own

  Scotland has marked a milestone in the fight to end homelessness after meeting its 2012 commitment to create a right to ...

  November 4th 2012

This fight is <em>already</em> underway in Mexico City...

UK fans may be hoping that a British team makes it to Brazil in 2014, but the fight for another World Cup is already underway in...

  May 11th 2012

Dundee man has been nominated for a Scottish newspaper award

  A homeless football player who used the game to transform not only his life, but the lives of other young people, has be...

  April 10th 2012

Ten project members learned to play guitar, sing and write their own songs

  Young people who have experienced homelessness got a chance to showcase their musical skills last month as part of a pro...

  March 7th 2012

Inquiry will investigate the early triggers for homelessness, the problems facing care leavers and homeless young people in rural areas

  The Scottish Parliament has launched an enquiry into youth homelessness, to help shed light on why young people find the...

  December 10th 2011

There were not enough emergency beds last year, says charity CEO

  As temperatures begin to drop, homeless people throughout Britain face the dangers of sleeping rough in freezing conditi...

  December 10th 2011

Rising food and energy costs plus growing demand make a worrying double whammy

  The double pressures of rising food and energy costs are hitting charities offering support for homeless and vulnerable ...

  November 8th 2011

The risks of rough sleeping have been highlighted after a homeless man was electrocuted last month.

  The risks of rough sleeping have been highlighted yet again after a homeless man was electrocuted while looking for a pl...

  October 7th 2011

Political rivals question the SNP’s commitment to ending homelessness

  In these cash-strapped times it makes more sense than ever to re-use and recycle. But homeless campaigners and rival pol...

  October 7th 2011

 Future of one of Perth’s oldest hotels still unclear

  Scotland’s billionaire brother and sister business duo - Sir Brian Souter and Anne Gloag - have closed the doors o...


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