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By STEVE BEEBEE |
15 January 2003
Losing a parent or sibling feels like the end of the world. Steve Beebee finds out how bereavement counselling can help young people get through a traumatic period
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By DAN WILLIAMSON |
The Scottish Executive is to spend 3 million on residential and community-based projects to tackle youth crime and persistent offenders.
Last month the Government announced an extra 54 million for youth work. But will its new blueprint be tough enough to force councils to actually pass that money on to their youth services?
Young people in Yorkshire are being invited to apply for grants of up to 500 to help fund their own citizenship projects.
Seven sites in North Warwickshire have been earmarked to create leisure facilities for young people in a bid to reduce crime and boredom among teenagers.
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