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  1. 16 Jun 2021

    by David Dunn, CAS Board member and chair of the UK Tech Cluster Group.

    This column was first published in the Herald on 16 June 2021.

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  2. 2 Jun 2021

    by Annabelle Ridley, former CAS Head of Training

    This column was first published in the Herald on 02 June 2021.

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  3. 26 May 2021

    by Derek Mitchell, CAS Chief Executive.

    This column was first published in the Herald on 26 May 2021.

  4. 5 May 2021

    by Derek Mitchell, CAS Chief Executive.

    This column first appeared in the Herald on 5 May 2021.

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  5. 31 Mar 2021

    by Rory Mair, CBE, Chair of CAS.

    This article was first published in the Herald on 31 March 2021.

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  6. 2 Sep 2020

    by Rory Mair CBE, Chair of Citizens Advice Scotland. 

    This column first appeared in the Herald on 2 September 2020.

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  7. 1 Sep 2020

    A new briefing has revealed the ‘horrifying’ impact of cuts and closures to Citizens Advice in Glasgow.

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  8. 28 Aug 2020

    Reported proposals to cut funding for Citizens Advice Bureaux in Glasgow have been branded a ‘devastating blow’ for the city.

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  9. 20 Nov 2019

    A new film from Scottish rapper and anti-poverty campaigner Darren ‘Loki’ McGarvey celebrates 80 years of Citizens Advice in Scotland.

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  10. 6 Mar 2019

    Today CAS been meeting to hold our conference and AGM. Over Nearly CAB staff and volunteers have travelled from all parts of Scotland to Cumbernauld for the event. 

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  11. Citizens Advice Scotland is taking part in National Consumer Week this year with our partner, Trading Standards Scotland. Launching on Cyber Monday (26th November), the theme of this year’s campaign will be online marketplaces.

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  12. 19 Mar 2018

    Kinship carers will be able to access more support and information thanks to a newly expanded advice service, launched this week by Citizens Advice Scotland.

  13. Help Stirling CAB become Sainsbury's Local Charity of the Year

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  14. 16 Nov 2016

    Research by Stirling CAB found that national assistance funerals, carried out by local authorities when no family can be traced for the deceased or the family are unable to make funeral arrangements, have increased by 24% in Scotland in the past four years. The report, Unmarked - National Assistance Funerals and the Consequences of Funeral Poverty, has been published today.

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  15. 10 Nov 2016

    Concerned at headlines in the media about the impact of cuts to legal aid budgets and the introduction of Employment Tribunal fees in 2013 – volunteers at Stirling CAB decided to investigate how citizens in Stirling had been affected by comparing local evidence with national trends.

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  16. 30 Mar 2016

    Social policy researchers from Perth and Stirling bureaux have published a report following a collaborative study of funeral costs in Perth & Kinross and Stirling Districts. The report outlines a mixed method research study which set out to explore the causes of increasing funeral costs locally, to identify weaknesses in existing protocols and support systems pertaining to funerals, and to make recommendations for change.

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  17. 2 Oct 2015

    Over the last few months Skye & Lochalsh CAB's Sarah Morgan has researched and produced a report and catalogue of services on Mental Health Support in Skye and Lochalsh.

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  18. 19 Aug 2015

    Central Borders CAB, Peebles CAB and Roxburgh & Berwickshire CAB have launched a survival guide and pack to support people in the Borders faced with a crisis situation.

  19. 18 Jun 2015

    The Welfare Reform Committee met last week following visits by committee members to citizens advice bureaux across Scotland. The purpose of the visits was to learn about the work of bureaux and what issues clients present with, by listening to their experiences and sitting in on welfare benefit advice sessions.

  20. 10 Apr 2015

    Following an increase in the number of clients coming into the CAB with problems accessing medical evidence to support benefit applications, reconsiderations and appeals, the Stirling Social Policy Team decided to research the issue further.

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