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The Government Office for the South East publishes a quarterly magazine. From time to time we publish other corporate documents. Hard copies of our publications are distributed to up to 2000 decision makers in public, private and voluntary sector organisations, mainly in South East England.

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GO-South East –  Quarterly Magazine

GO South East - Issue 25 (Winter 2009-10, pdf: 4784)
GO South East - Issue 24 (Autumn 2009-10, pdf: 3969)
GO South East - Issue 23 (Summer 2009-10, pdf: 4418)
GO South East - Issue 22 (Winter 2008-09, pdf: 2480)
GO South East - Issue 21 (Autumn 2008-09, pdf: 2416Kb)
GO South East - Issue 20 (Summer 2008-09, pdf: 4319Kb)
GO South East - Issue 19 (Spring 2008-09, pdf: 4049Kb)
GO South East - Issue 18 (Winter 2007-08, pdf: 3332Kb)
GO South East - Issue 17 (Summer 2007-08, pdf: 2076Kb)
GO South East - Issue 16 (Spring 2006-07, pdf: 2488Kb)
GO South East - Issue 15 (Winter 2006-07, pdf: 2660kb)
GO South East - Issue 14 (Autumn 2006, pdf: 4441kb)
GO South East - Issue 13 (Summer 2006, pdf: 2202kb)
GO South East - Issue 12 (Spring 2006, pdf: 1830kb)
GO South East - Issue 11 (Winter 2005-06, pdf: 2000kb)

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