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20070123 23/01/2007 Societies report bumper sales over festive period Co-op News 3 Co-operative retail societies (trading figures)
20070123 23/01/2007 Website sales up 317%! Co-op News 3 Wooldale Co-operative Society
20070123 23/01/2007 Flagship Manchester superstore sold to Asda Co-op News 4 ASDA, United Co-operatives, Wythenshawe store
20070123 23/01/2007 Worker co-op idea to save Burberry jobs Co-op News 4 Worker co-ops, Burberry factory (Rhondda)
20070123 23/01/2007 Local sourcing expansion Co-op News 4 local sourcing initiative
20070123 23/01/2007 Eco economy lifts social funds Co-op News 6 Mike Fox, Socially Responsible Investment Policy, Sustainable Leaders Trust
20070123 23/01/2007 Co-operatives build low carbon homes Co-op News 6 Redditch Co-operative Homes, Accord Housing Group
20070123 23/01/2007 Did you go to Rogerson Hall? Co-op News 6 Rogerson Hall, The Way We Were (ITV series)
20070123 23/01/2007 Bicycle co-op for Manchester Co-op News 6 Edinburgh Bicycle Co-operative (Manchester)
20070123 23/01/2007 Schools get the Fairtade habit article sponsored by The Co-operative Group 7 Cumbrian Fairtrade Network, North East and Cumbria (Co-op Group), Cockermouth School Eco Centre, Fairtrade Fortnight (2007)
20070123 23/01/2007 Four in line to be Congress President for 2007 Co-op News 8 Ursula Lidbetter, election of Congress Presidedt (2007), Stephen Yeo, Alan Gill, David Rodgers
20070123 23/01/2007 Retail crime down at Co-op stores Co-op News 10 retail crime
20070123 23/01/2007 A happy new year for Group and United Co-op News 10 The Co-operative Group & United trading figures
20070123 23/01/2007 One big party for Co-op politics Co-op News 11 Co-op Party (90th anniversary)
20070123 23/01/2007 danger of private sector swallowing up housing associations Paul Gosling 12 Inside Housing magazine, The Housing Corporation (finance & regulation), Dave Cowans, London Stock Exchange, housing associations, Places for People
20070123 23/01/2007 Charity begins abroad for ex-Group director Co-op News 12 Oxfam, Chris Herries
20070123 23/01/2007 As Leeds goes, stalwart Michael calls for a new national society Susan Press 14 David Schofield, Michael McGowan, Conservative Party, single national society, private traders, Industrial Common Ownership Movement (ICOM), Leeds Co-op, Co-op education
20070123 23/01/2007 Community farm scheme a rural success story Kevin McGrother 16 Charlotte Hollins, Arthur Hollins, Ben Hollins, Fordhall Community Land Initiative Industrial and Provident Society, Fordhall Farm (Shropshire)
20070123 23/01/2007 John Major's April Fool's joke still blights us today John Merrett Bloom 17 Conservative Government (council tax), council tax
20070123 23/01/2007 MEMORY LANE: 50 years ago: 25 years ago: 10 years ago Co-op News 20 Pauline Green MEP, Co-operative Insurance Society (CIS) agents
20070123 23/01/2007 NEWS VIEWS: Rivals are plenty of food miles ahead Hugh Bridge 21 Wal-Mart, The Co-operative Group (lagging behind on ethical trading), ethical trading, Sam Walton, Wooldale Co-operative Society, Nisa
20070123 23/01/2007 NEWS VIEWS: Why have a subsidiery society? Colin Richell 21 Manx Co-op, The Co-operative Group (subsidiary societies)
20070123 23/01/2007 NEWS VIEWS: Fond memories of Rugby Co-op Elizabeth Atkinson 21 Rugby Co-operative Society, National Council of Labour Colleges, Tales of Owd Lincoln
20070123 23/01/2007 NEWS VIEWS: Focus on member control needed before big merger Brian Townsend 22 quinquennial review , Colin Richell, The Co-operative Group & United merger, democratic structure
20070123 23/01/2007 NEWS VIEWS: Surely a national society must be for the best? Ken Nolan 22 Martin Beaumont, The Co-operative Group & United merger, Peter Marks