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Bristol Zoo turns 1,000 gamers away from Pokémon Go event

Bristol Zoo turns 1,000 gamers away from Pokémon Go event

About 3,000 people turned up for an event aimed at players of the popular virtual reality game

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Kate Rogers: A different perspective on risk in endowments

Kate Rogers: A different perspective on risk in endowments

We can't be sure of the future but the further ahead we look, the greater returns we can expect from real assets, writes our columnist

Brixton's residents shape the future of their housing

Brixton's residents shape the future of their housing

New housing will be built on Somerleyton Road in south London, thanks to a not-for-profit community society

Vicky Browning: Shining a light on the great work charities do

Vicky Browning: Shining a light on the great work charities do

Charity communications professionals must work closely with finance departments to highlight annual reports and accounts, writes our columnist

Legal Diary: Grant-giving guidance expected later this year

Legal Diary: Grant-giving guidance expected later this year

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Don Bawtree: Overwhelming volume of new measures will affect the sector

Don Bawtree: Overwhelming volume of new measures will affect the sector

Our columnist reflects on, among other plans, a consultation on the revised rules for independent examination, the small donations bill and reporting by auditors

Curley in the community - Work to build a VCSE in Plymouth is going well

Curley in the community - Work to build a VCSE in Plymouth is going well

It's rare for a local infrastructure charity to thrive without funding from the local state, writes Kevin Curley

Sue Tibballs: The government might learn from EU debate

Sue Tibballs: The government might learn from EU debate

Encouraging charities to campaign is crucial as the whole concept of the big society was surely about that, argues the chief executive

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