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1 Private landlords would be forced to publish rents under MSP's 'fair letting' plans
2 Mike Dailly: Why did MSPs scrap rent bill in secretive session?
3 'Mary Barbour Bill' lodged by Scottish Labour
4 MSPs ditch bill that could see a cap on private rents due to 'workload'
5 Govan Law Centre increases pressure over Fair Rents Bill
6 Bill to limit rent increases dropped by Holyrood committee
7 Bill to control rent levels introduced at Holyrood
8 'Mary Barbour Bill' lodged to the Scottish Parliament
9 MSPs calls for SNP to back second bid for rent rise cap Bill
10 Proposed Fair Rents (Scotland) Bill submitted for MSP support
11 Fair Rents (Scotland) Bill no longer proceeding
12 Mike Dailly: We need spirit of Mary Barbour to reform rents
13 Advantages of industry self-regulation shown as Scotland scraps rent cap bill
14 Govan Law Centre to take on Holyrood over Mary Barbour private rents bill
15 Scrapping rent cap bill demonstrates advantages of industry self-regulation
16 Mike Dailly: Tenants should have the right to seek lower rent
17 Proposed Fair Rents (Scotland) Bill
18 Mike Dailly: Rent law must change to prevent profiteering at expense of poor
19 Leonard launches vision for Scottish Green New Deal to create 130,000 jobs
20 Mike Dailly: Here's how we support the most vulnerable when we finally lift the lockdown
21 SNP and Tories 'team up' to block rights for tenants during coronavirus crisis
22 Scottish Labour brings forward private rent reform bill
23 Coronavirus: SNP and Tories reject emergency fund for tenants
24 Evictions ban to be extended until next year
25 Consultation to be launched on 'Mary Barbour Law' on private renting
26 Coronavirus in Scotland RECAP: Travel restrictions lifted around Gretna, Dumfries and Annan
27 Number of children in PRS living in severe poverty doubles in a decade
28 County commissioners vote to take countrol of DSS, Health departments’ governing boards
29 County commissioners delay decision on airport funding request sparked by COVID-19
30 LEGAL ADS – JUNE 24, 2020 EDITION | Legals |
31 Almost 16,000 children reported as homeless last year as Scotland hit by 'longstanding and chronic' housing crisis
32 Commissioner Stephens to fight board move to assume oversight of two county departments
33 Clarification
34 Juneteenth Peaceful Justice Rally wins praise for message, lack of violence
35 Funeral for Raymond Cummings set for Friday at Lumbee Memorial Gardens
36 St. Pauls police seeks volunteers for Neighborhood Watch
37 Pet of the week
38 Deputies receive top state recognition for training, experience, education
39 Robeson County takes top spot in state for testing percentage
40 St. Pauls leaders OK 2020-21 spending plan with fee increases
41 Fairmont police chief praises ‘peaceful’ march for unity, peace
42 Lumberton man dies in high-speed crash near fairgrounds
43 County commissioners discuss writing a new noise ordinance
44 Robeson County Veterans Service Office relocates to new county building on Chestnut Street
45 County commissioners get first look at proposed 2020-21 budget that has no tax increases
46 Edinburgh Council under fire over misleading B&B homeless figures
47 Temporary accommodation cost for homeless families in Edinburgh trebles in just two years
48 PSRC, UNCP create hot spots to make internet available to more students, residents
49 County prepared to seize land for river park
50 Real estate transfers
51 20-year-old charged in shooting
52 Two women elected to Robeson County Board of Commissioners
53 Crime report
54 $950,000 home in Manlius: See list of 164 home sales in Onondaga County
55 Youth center struggles for donations
56 Single vote for at-large seat on school board raises questions
57 County cuts what can be recycled
58 Marriages
59 Britt honored with AG’s Dogwood Award
60 Nearly 200 craft vendors displaying their wares
61 Rangers launch diversity and inclusion campaign to tackle discrimination
62 Maxton man gets 7 years for selling cocaine
63 Tribe votes to kill housing project
64 Insurance Claim Help for Businesses
65 The 10000 NJ Teachers Who Make $98K Or More In 2018
66 Judge affirms prosecution right to seek death penalty in San Diego cop-killing case
67 Commissioners split on hiring new tax administrator
68 Dot Com Millionaire to Give Away Most of His Money
69 Property Transfers
70 Paso Robles residents owed over $1.8 million in unclaimed property
71 Herndon to replace Oxendine on DSS board
72 Rowland residents sound off
73 Central office back to Lumberton
74 Heat turned to high in Robeson
75 Real estate transfers: 8/4 | The Blade
76 Fine Gael promises to cap hospital parking at €10 per day, SF says fees should be scrapped altogether
77 Insurance Claim Help for Properties
78 Gentry students do well at science fair
79 Wondering which properties recently sold in Manatee County? Here’s a complete list.
80 Scottish Tories call for asylum seeker work rules to be relaxed
81 Who owes? Forsyth County names people, corporations that haven't paid their taxes
82 Drug charges bring $1M bond
83 The great Canadian reading list: 150 books to read for Canada 150
84 Another hurricane, a World Series, and deaths
85 LREMC dedicates new headquarters
86 Commissioners welcome Dial on board
87 Harris exits as county manager
88 Lumbee’s KKK rout gets historical marker
89 Maxton board extends Bordeaux’s contract
90 Electric costs heading up and down during 2018
91 Music of the Isles
92 Missing 14-year-old back at home safe
93 Mosley named to statewide board
94 Births: Bellevue, Schenectady, June, 2015 to Oct. 2015
95 McDonald’s steps up for fire victims
96 Volunteers provide free cleanup
97 FEMA sends $11M to aid Robeson recovery
98 West Virginia earthquake felt in Mount Airy
99 Chavis ignites Facebook firestorm
100 Transactions of real estate published Jan. 10