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The Irish government has appointed Úna Ní Dhubhghaill as the first chief executive for the Charities Regulatory Authority and expects the organisation to be set up by the end of 2014.
NSPCC is to close eight service centres across the UK as part of a strategic review, leaving it with 40 service centres and 11 regional offices by 2016.
The Treasury Select Committee has reopened its inquiry into the Payments Council proposal to abolish cheques by 2018, and we want charities to have their say.
Tory MPs hate the voluntary sector because they cannot control it or subvert it as an alternative and independent source of thinking and action on social issues.
The Shaw Trust paid out £915,000 in severance payments during 2009/10 to 15 employees who earned salaries of £60,000 or more, its latest annual report reveals.
Age UK has started building formal partnerships with independent Age Concerns, but some are refusing to join the new brand, deciding instead to forge a new identity. Kirsty Weakley finds out why.
The Mental Health Foundation has unveiled a new brand identity for itself and its directorate the Foundation for People with Learning Difficulties.
Andrew Chaggar responds to renewed criticism of humanitarian aid programmes which accuses "new aid" providers of ignoring less publicised disasters.
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