Section F: Motions and Amendments

Motions and amendments are normally printed the day after they are lodged. If an amendment is lodged to a motion then the original motion will appear alongside the amendment, along with any support lodged that day, in this section.

Each Monday, this section also contains all motions and amendments lodged the previous week that are still live and any motions and amendments that have been lodged for debate in the coming week. A motion or amendment is live if it has not been debated, withdrawn or otherwise deleted from the list.

Where a motion or amendment has been withdrawn, it is indicated in this section the day after it has been withdrawn. Support for motions and amendments received after they are lodged is shown at the end of this section the day after such support is received.

Motions and amendments can be published with various symbols

  • Asterisks before the motion or amendment number indicate a motion or amendment published for the first time
  • Asterisks also identify alterations to the text of a motion or amendment made since it was first published
  • A hash symbol identifies motions eligible for debate at Members’ Business
  • A diamond symbol identifies motions lodged for Members’ Business that have not yet attracted the required cross-party support
  • An "R", identifies motions or amendments in which the Member who lodged it has a registrable interest.

The Parliamentary Bureau periodically deletes motions or amendments not scheduled for debate and which are over six weeks old.

Any questions in relation to this section should be directed to the Chamber Desk

New and altered motions and amendments

*S4M-06602 Christina McKelvie: Big Lottery Fund Becoming a Survivor Scheme—That the Parliament welcomes the announcement by the National Lottery to use up to £8 million of lottery money in supporting people affected by domestic abuse across Scotland through the Big lottery Fund Scotland’s Becoming a Survivor scheme; understands that the scheme will make grants from £10,000 to £1 million to help support people affected by domestic abuse and survivors of domestic abuse to be in a home of their choice and help them move on with their lives both practically and emotionally; acknowledges that there are almost 60,000 recorded incidents of domestic abuse each year and that research shows that victims of abuse often feel unsafe in their own homes; understands that domestic abuse is the fourth most common reason for making a homeless application; recognises that the new scheme will support multi-agency approaches to projects helping people who have experienced domestic abuse, and hopes that the scheme will be fully successful in achieving its outcomes.

Supported by: Joan McAlpine*, Chic Brodie*, Stuart McMillan*, Richard Lyle*, Kenneth Gibson*, John Mason*, Helen Eadie*, Adam Ingram*

*S4M-06601 Tavish Scott: Young Placemakers Initiative Launched—That the Parliament congratulates Planning Aid for Scotland, the independent and impartial organisation that works across Scotland to enable citizens to shape their communities and engage more effectively with planning, on the launch of its new initiative, Young Placemakers; understands that this campaign aims to recruit a network of 12 motivated, young community leaders who will champion active citizenship and create a stronger voice for young people; notes that it is hoping to attract applications from island communities in Shetland, Orkney and the Western Isles and that the Young Placemakers initiative reflects the view that young people should be more engaged with the decisions that will shape a Scotland that is greener, smarter and stronger, and believes that increasing involvement in the planning system will give young people a central role in the creation of Scotland’s future places.

Supported by: Jamie McGrigor*, Mary Scanlon*, Anne McTaggart*, Kenneth Gibson*, Stuart McMillan*, Richard Lyle*, Helen Eadie*, Nanette Milne*, Liz Smith*

*S4M-06600 Joe FitzPatrick on behalf of the Parliamentary Bureau: Committee Membership—That the Parliament agrees that—

Richard Lyle be appointed to replace Mark McDonald as a member of the Health and Sport Committee;

Christian Allard be appointed to replace Dennis Robertson as a member of the Equal Opportunities Committee;

Christian Allard be appointed to replace Jim Eadie as a member of the Subordinate Legislation Committee; and

George Adam be appointed to the Standards, Procedures and Public Appointments Committee.

*S4M-06599 Joe FitzPatrick on behalf of the Parliamentary Bureau: Substitution on Committees—That the Parliament agrees that—

Dennis Robertson be appointed to replace Richard Lyle as the Scottish National Party substitute on the Health and Sport Committee;

Christian Allard be appointed to replace Mark McDonald as the Scottish National Party substitute on the Local Government and Regeneration Committee;

Colin Keir be appointed to replace George Adam as the Scottish National Party substitute on the Standards, Procedures and Public Appointments Committee; and

Jim Eadie be appointed to replace Maureen Watt as the Scottish National Party substitute on the Public Petitions Committee.

*S4M-06598 Mary Fee: ME Awareness week—That the Parliament acknowledges that 12 May 2013 is International ME/CFS and FM Awareness Day and the first day of ME Awareness Week; understands that over 20,000 people in Scotland have the chronic condition, ME; believes that ME can affect many parts of the body and that symptoms include extreme fatigue, which leaves people unable to perform even the smallest of tasks, joint, muscle and head pain, and also memory problems; is concerned that people with ME face a postcode lottery when accessing services as, it believes, GPs are not properly trained to spot the complex illness, fail to recognise it and often regard it a psychological problem; considers that the reform of the benefits system is hitting people with ME particularly hard as they struggle to get the evidence needed to back up their benefit claims, leaving many in hopeless situations; commends the work carried out by many charities, including Action for ME, in raising awareness of the condition and providing support for people with ME, and urges the Scottish Government to work with organisations and charities to adopt a more holistic approach to what it considers this distressing condition.

Supported by: James Dornan*, Hanzala Malik*, Patricia Ferguson*, Anne McTaggart*, Neil Findlay*, Jackie Baillie*

*S4M-06596 Michael McMahon: Good Life, Good Death, Good Grief Awareness Week—That the Parliament acknowledges what it sees as the positive contribution to Scottish society made by Good Life, Good Death, Good Grief, an alliance of individuals and organisations who believe that Scotland should be a place where people can be open about death, dying and bereavement, and considers that Good Life, Good Death, Good Grief Awareness Week on 13 to 19 May 2013 is an opportunity to acknowledge that benefits can arise if society accepts that death is normal and that people can help each other with death, dying and bereavement.

*S4M-06595 Graeme Dey: Peter Pan Flies to Top of National Poll—That the Parliament is delighted to note that the most famous fictional character from Angus has been crowned as Scotland’s favourite children’s story in a poll conducted by Barnardo’s; commends the thousands of parents and carers who were asked to take part and voted JM Barrie’s Peter Pan to be the resounding winner; acknowledges that youngsters up to the age of five will now be given the chance to dress up as the boy who stayed young forever if they participate in Barnardo’s annual fundraising event, the 2013 Big Toddle; understands that all of the money raised through this event will go toward supporting vulnerable and underprivileged children, and wishes the charity well in the future.

Supported by: Bill Walker*, Murdo Fraser*, Nigel Don*, Annabelle Ewing*, Stewart Stevenson*, Stuart McMillan*, Joan McAlpine*, Anne McTaggart*, Adam Ingram*, Mike MacKenzie*, Nanette Milne*, Liz Smith*, David Torrance*, Graeme Pearson*, Kevin Stewart*, Richard Lyle*, Elaine Murray*

*S4M-06594 Chic Brodie: Commander Chris Hadfield—That the Parliament welcomes the astronauts, Commander Chris Hadfield, Thomas Marshburn and Roman Romanenko, back to earth; understands that Commander Hadfield arrived at Prestwick Airport on 14 May 2013 after a five month mission to the International Space Station; considers that Commander Hadfield’s famous photography, tweets and music video have done much to raise awareness of the work on the International Space Station as well as showing some beautiful views of the earth from space; notes that photos of Scotland were among those tweeted by the astronaut; understands that Commander Hadfield was Canada’s first commander of the International Space Station and congratulates him on his successful mission and what it considers the highly positive reception of his photographs and tweets from space, and hopes that astronauts in the future continue to send back photos from the space station.

Supported by: John Lamont*, Murdo Fraser*, Annabelle Ewing*, Stewart Stevenson*, James Dornan*, Stuart McMillan*, Joan McAlpine*, Adam Ingram*, Mike MacKenzie*, Christina McKelvie*, Anne McTaggart*, Rob Gibson*, David Torrance*, Bill Kidd*, Kevin Stewart*, Richard Lyle*

*S4M-06593 Roderick Campbell: Always Look on the Bright Side of Fife—That the Parliament congratulates Terry Jones, Katherine Grainger, Professor Mary McAleese, Dr Christopher Brown, Professor Richard Schrock, Harry Benson, Dr Ian Johnston and Jonathan Mills on being awarded, in June 2013, honorary degrees from the University of St Andrews for outstanding contributions to the worlds of academia, art, music and science; recognises their achievements in each of their fields, and understands that the university will also honour one of its own by awarding the University Medal to the mediaeval historian and former warden of University Hall, Lorna Walker.

Supported by: John Finnie*, Jackie Baillie*, Nigel Don*, Joan McAlpine*, George Adam*, Bill Kidd*, Liz Smith*, Annabelle Ewing*, Adam Ingram*, Richard Lyle*, Mike MacKenzie*, Anne McTaggart*, David Torrance*, Kevin Stewart*

*S4M-06592 Jackie Baillie: National Epilepsy Week, The Many Faces of Epilepsy—That the Parliament welcomes National Epilepsy Week, which is being held from 19 to 25 May 2013; commends organisations such as Epilepsy Scotland for their ongoing efforts to improve services and raise awareness of epilepsy; notes that this year’s theme, The Many Faces of Epilepsy, will focus on highlighting the uniqueness of epilepsy and the different levels of support and services available to those with epilepsy in Scotland; further notes that an exhibition by Epilepsy Consortium Scotland will be held in the Parliament during the week, and commends all those who work to raise awareness and provide services for people with epilepsy.

Supported by: Aileen McLeod*, Bill Walker*, Jim Hume*, Patricia Ferguson*, Mary Scanlon*, Nigel Don*, Hanzala Malik*, Kenneth Gibson*, John Finnie*, Christine Grahame*, Roderick Campbell*, James Kelly*, Nanette Milne*, Alison McInnes*, Annabelle Ewing*, Margaret Mitchell*, John Pentland*, Neil Findlay*, Richard Lyle*, Mike MacKenzie*, Anne McTaggart*, Iain Gray*, Margaret McCulloch*, Kevin Stewart*, Stuart McMillan*, Liam McArthur*

*S4M-06591 Hanzala Malik: Strathclyde Student Elected as NUS National Black Students’ Officer—That the Parliament congratulates Kwaku Adjei, a student at the University of Strathclyde, on being elected National Union of Students National Black Students’ Officer for 2013-14; considers that the role will entail many challenges in organising the ethnic minority student population of the UK’s universities and colleges, and wishes Kwaku every success in his year of office.

Supported by: Nigel Don*, Drew Smith*, Patricia Ferguson*, Annabelle Ewing*, John Pentland*, Anne McTaggart*, Neil Findlay*, Richard Lyle*, Mike MacKenzie*, David Torrance*, Kevin Stewart*, Liam McArthur*, Jackie Baillie*

*S4M-06590 Dennis Robertson: International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia—That the Parliament recognises 17 May 2013 as International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia; understands that, in almost 80 countries around the world, loving a partner of the same sex is still considered illegal, at times resulting in lifetime imprisonment; notes with concern that in nine countries homosexuality is punishable by death and that in many more countries people are denied their right to live according to their preferred gender identity; considers that social homophobia and transphobia continue to deny millions of people across the world their basic human dignity each day; welcomes the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia, which was established in 2004; understands that 17 May was chosen to commemorate the World Health Organization’s decision in 1990 to declassify homosexuality as a mental disorder; welcomes the fact that the day is now celebrated in more than 100 countries, and supports the worldwide movement to campaign against homophobia and transphobia in modern-day society.

Supported by: Linda Fabiani*, Jim Hume*, John Finnie*, Drew Smith*, Stuart McMillan*, Colin Beattie*, Patricia Ferguson*, Roderick Campbell*, James Dornan*, Mark Griffin*, Joan McAlpine*, Jackie Baillie*, Dave Thompson*, Ruth Davidson*, Patrick Harvie*, Alison McInnes*, Aileen McLeod*, Mary Fee*, Annabelle Ewing*, Neil Findlay*, Mike MacKenzie*, Anne McTaggart*, Bill Kidd*, David Torrance*, Bob Doris*

*S4M-06589 Alex Johnstone: Scotland Favours an Effective Nuclear Deterrent—That the Parliament notes the results of a new poll on the support for nuclear weapons in Scotland commissioned by Lord Ashcroft; notes motion S4M-06547 in the name of Bill Kidd; understands that the poll showed that most Scots want a replacement for Trident when it comes to the end of its useful life and that more are in favour of the UK’s nuclear submarines continuing to be based in Scotland than are opposed; understands that the CND poll referred to in Bill Kidd’s motion, which found a large majority in favour of not buying new nuclear weapons, omitted to mention that the existing nuclear system is due to be decommissioned and considers therefore that its “decisive” results should be treated with caution due to its omission of a salient and relevant fact; believes that Lord Aschroft did not conduct the poll, as noted in motion S4M-06547, to “show that more than half of Scots are in favour of nuclear weapons”, but rather to find out Scots’ views on the subject; recognises that one of those findings was that 51% of Scots want a replacement for Trident, while only 34% would give up nuclear weapons completely; considers that it is hypocritical for an elected SNP politician to question the integrity of the poll on the grounds that Lord Ashcroft paid for it when the SNP has in the past relied on a number of his previous polls in support of its political position; understands that all of Lord Ashcroft’s polls are published in full, with no omitted details, and believes that this is a welcome development in understanding public opinion that can serve as a useful reality check for those astute enough to use it.

*S4M-06582.2 Murdo Fraser: Electricity Market Reform—As an amendment to motion S4M-06582 in the name of Fergus Ewing (Electricity Market Reform), insert at end ", and welcomes the proposals from Ofgem on tariff reform for energy consumers, which will provide better transparency and help reduce bills."

*S4M-06582.1 Rhoda Grant: Electricity Market Reform—As an amendment to motion S4M-06582 in the name of Fergus Ewing (Electricity Market Reform), leave out from first “welcomes” to end and insert "notes the importance of the electricity market reform proposals in maintaining investor confidence in Scotland in both renewable and carbon capture and storage technologies; notes the publication of Ofgem’s Electricity Capacity Assessment 2012, which outlines the significant challenges facing Scotland and the UK regarding spare capacity and security of supply; further notes the publication of Scottish Islands Renewable Project: Final Report, which concludes that “further renewable generation on Scottish Islands will not be developed on any scale in the near future under current policy”; believes that the UK Energy Bill fails to adequately address the recent escalation of energy bills or the ongoing threat of fuel poverty and does not include sufficient measures to reduce electricity demand or facilitate the growth of community ownership of renewables; recognises the key role of the Scottish Government in directly addressing these issues, and welcomes the Labour Party’s more ambitious proposals to reform the energy market, including placing a requirement on energy companies to pool the power that they generate and make it available to any retailer."

Motions and amendments which have attracted additional support

S4M-06588 Ticket Pricing for Commonwealth Games Welcomed ­(lodged on 14 May 2013) Sandra White*, Hanzala Malik*, Annabelle Ewing*, Stewart Stevenson*, Patricia Ferguson*, Neil Findlay*, Claudia Beamish*, Liam McArthur*, Richard Lyle*, Mike MacKenzie*, James Dornan*, Linda Fabiani*, Bill Walker*, Aileen McLeod*, Duncan McNeil*

S4M-06587 Congratulations to Keith FC ­(lodged on 14 May 2013) Jackie Baillie*, Sandra White*, Patricia Ferguson*, Kevin Stewart*, Richard Lyle*, Mike MacKenzie*, Adam Ingram*

S4M-06586 Recognising the Importance of Coppersmiths ­(lodged on 14 May 2013) Jackson Carlaw*, Sandra White*, Neil Findlay*, Annabelle Ewing*, Margaret Mitchell*, Richard Lyle*, Mike MacKenzie*, Linda Fabiani*, Bill Walker*

S4M-06585 Caring Connections at the Haven ­(lodged on 14 May 2013) Sandra White*, Stewart Stevenson*, Angus MacDonald*, Stuart McMillan*, Joan McAlpine*, Colin Beattie*, Linda Fabiani*, Roderick Campbell*, Annabelle Ewing*, Kenneth Gibson*, Adam Ingram*, Richard Lyle*, Mike MacKenzie*, Christina McKelvie*, David Torrance*, Bill Kidd*

S4M-06584 Dame Judi Dench to be Made Honorary Doctor of Stirling University ­(lodged on 14 May 2013) Bruce Crawford*, Roderick Campbell*, Hugh Henry*, Anne McTaggart*, Annabelle Ewing*, Hanzala Malik*, Stewart Stevenson*, Patricia Ferguson*, Neil Findlay*, Claudia Beamish*, Kenneth Gibson*, Richard Lyle*, Mike MacKenzie*, Linda Fabiani*, John Pentland*

S4M-06581 Congratulations to Broomlea Primary ­(lodged on 14 May 2013) Sandra White*, Stewart Stevenson*, Stuart McMillan*, Joan McAlpine*, George Adam*, Colin Beattie*, Roderick Campbell*, Annabelle Ewing*, Adam Ingram*, Richard Lyle*, Mike MacKenzie*, David Torrance*, Bill Kidd*

S4M-06580 Big Lottery Support for Sport Groups ­(lodged on 14 May 2013) Sandra White*, Stewart Stevenson*, Stuart McMillan*, Angus MacDonald*, John Wilson*, Joan McAlpine*, George Adam*, Colin Beattie*, Roderick Campbell*, Annabelle Ewing*, Adam Ingram*, Richard Lyle*, Mike MacKenzie*, David Torrance*, Bill Kidd*

S4M-06579 Westhill Men’s Shed ­(lodged on 14 May 2013) Bruce Crawford*, Sandra White*, Stewart Stevenson*, George Adam*, Alison McInnes*, Adam Ingram*

S4M-06578 Argyll College UHI, One of the Best Workplaces in Scotland ­(lodged on 14 May 2013) Sandra White*, Stewart Stevenson*, Adam Ingram*

S4M-06577 Congratulating Linn Moor School on Excellent Inspection Report (lodged on 14 May 2013) Sandra White*, Stewart Stevenson*, George Adam*, Adam Ingram*

S4M-06576 Congratulations to APA and Qdos for Panto Decision ­(lodged on 14 May 2013) Sandra White*, Alex Johnstone*, Joan McAlpine*, Nanette Milne*, Bill Walker*, George Adam*, Roderick Campbell*, Bill Kidd*, Anne McTaggart*, Annabelle Ewing*, Adam Ingram*, Richard Lyle*, Mike MacKenzie*, Rob Gibson*, David Torrance*, Stuart McMillan*

S4M-06575 Good Luck to The Smith Chronicle ­(lodged on 14 May 2013) Sandra White*

S4M-06574 Burns’ Night in May ­(lodged on 14 May 2013) Jackie Baillie*, Willie Coffey*, George Adam*, Sandra White*, Margaret McDougall*, Patricia Ferguson*, Neil Findlay*, John Pentland*

S4M-06570 Skye Terrier Club ­(lodged on 14 May 2013) Angus MacDonald*, Sandra White*, Adam Ingram*

S4M-06569 Cancer Support Scotland ­(lodged on 14 May 2013) John Lamont*, Dave Thompson*, Malcolm Chisholm*, Jackie Baillie*, Bill Kidd*, Hugh Henry*, Annabelle Ewing*, Anne McTaggart*, Sandra White*, Mary Scanlon*, Hanzala Malik*, Aileen McLeod*, Nanette Milne*, Jackson Carlaw*, John Scott*, Patricia Ferguson*, Neil Findlay*, Kenneth Gibson*, John Mason*, Richard Lyle*, Mike MacKenzie*, Colin Beattie*, Linda Fabiani*, Jim Hume*, Murdo Fraser*, Bill Walker*

S4M-06568 Free Wi-fi Access at 25 Scottish Railway Stations ­(lodged on 14 May 2013) Sandra White*, George Adam*, Linda Fabiani*, Adam Ingram*

S4M-06567 Amy Carmichael ­(lodged on 14 May 2013) Jackie Baillie*, Sandra White*, Margaret McDougall*, George Adam*, Linda Fabiani*, James Dornan*, Adam Ingram*

S4M-06566 Action against Angus Scammers ­(lodged on 14 May 2013) Sandra White*, George Adam*

S4M-06565 Plastic not Fantastic ­(lodged on 14 May 2013) Sandra White*, Maureen Watt*, Jackie Baillie*, Richard Lyle*, George Adam*, Linda Fabiani*

S4M-06564 Cradlehall Primary School Triumph in 2013 Euroquiz ­(lodged on 14 May 2013) Sandra White*, Maureen Watt*, Margaret McDougall*, Richard Lyle*

S4M-06563 Angus Cardiac Group ­(lodged on 14 May 2013) Jackie Baillie*, Sandra White*, Richard Lyle*, Adam Ingram*

S4M-06562 £1.9 Million for the Gaelic College ­(lodged on 14 May 2013) Sandra White*, Richard Lyle*, George Adam*, Linda Fabiani*

S4M-06560 250th Anniversary of the Royal Danish Consulate in Edinburgh (lodged on 14 May 2013) Sandra White*, Maureen Watt*, Richard Lyle*, Linda Fabiani*

S4M-06559 Bishopbriggs Academy’s Scottish Shield Final Victory ­(lodged on 14 May 2013) Sandra White*, Maureen Watt*, Richard Lyle*, Annabel Goldie*

S4M-06558 Borders Common Ridings ­(lodged on 14 May 2013) Sandra White*, Richard Lyle*, Maureen Watt*, Annabel Goldie*

S4M-06557 Picture the Possible Picture ­(lodged on 13 May 2013) Rob Gibson*, Jim Hume*, Joan McAlpine*, John Lamont*, Stewart Stevenson*, Willie Coffey*, Bill Kidd*, Roderick Campbell*, Annabelle Ewing*, Anne McTaggart*, Sandra White*, Aileen McLeod*, Stuart McMillan*, Chic Brodie*, Christina McKelvie*, Richard Lyle*, Mike MacKenzie*, Colin Beattie*, Adam Ingram*

S4M-06556 Pakistan’s Vote of Confidence in Democracy ­(lodged on 13 May 2013) Annabelle Ewing*, Richard Lyle*, Linda Fabiani*, Sarah Boyack*

S4M-06555 Award-winning Inverness Butcher ­(lodged on 13 May 2013) Bill Kidd*, Sandra White*, Maureen Watt*, Annabelle Ewing*, Margaret McDougall*, Richard Lyle*

S4M-06554 Congratulating Langtoun Twirlettes Baton-twirling Team on its Great Success ­(lodged on 13 May 2013) Bill Kidd*, Sandra White*, Annabelle Ewing*, Richard Lyle*

S4M-06553 Success for Scottish Boxing ­(lodged on 13 May 2013) Sandra White*, Maureen Watt*, Annabelle Ewing*

S4M-06552 Tic Talk Nursery Closure ­(lodged on 13 May 2013) Margaret McDougall*

S4M-06551 Parkinson’s Nurses in Scotland, Providing Effective, Safe, Person-centred Care ­(lodged on 13 May 2013) Sandra White*, Maureen Watt*, Margaret McDougall*, Richard Lyle*, Linda Fabiani*, Sarah Boyack*, Alison McInnes*

S4M-06550 World Hypertension Day 2013 ­(lodged on 13 May 2013) Sandra White*, Maureen Watt*, Annabelle Ewing*, Linda Fabiani*, Sarah Boyack*, Aileen McLeod*

S4M-06549 National Walking Month ­(lodged on 13 May 2013) Sandra White*, Maureen Watt*, Margaret McDougall*, Sarah Boyack*

S4M-06548 World Masters Games for Glasgow ­(lodged on 13 May 2013) Sandra White*, Maureen Watt*

S4M-06547 Lord Ashcroft Poll ­(lodged on 10 May 2013) Sandra White*, Maureen Watt*, Annabelle Ewing*, Linda Fabiani*

S4M-06546 Congratulations to Balerno on Becoming a Fair Trade Village (lodged on 10 May 2013) Sandra White*, Maureen Watt*, Annabelle Ewing*, Linda Fabiani*

S4M-06543 We Are Not All in it Together ­(lodged on 10 May 2013) Sandra White*, Linda Fabiani*

S4M-06542 To Bee or Not to Bee ­(lodged on 10 May 2013) Sandra White*, Maureen Watt*, Annabelle Ewing*, Helen Eadie*, Linda Fabiani*

S4M-06541 Energy Skills Scotland ­(lodged on 10 May 2013) Sandra White*, Maureen Watt*, Annabelle Ewing*

S4M-06540 Arthritis Care Awareness Week ­(lodged on 10 May 2013) Sandra White*, Maureen Watt*, Annabelle Ewing*, Linda Fabiani*, Aileen McLeod*

S4M-06539 Cambuslang Rangers, Second Division Champions ­(lodged on 10 May 2013) Sandra White*, Jackie Baillie*

S4M-06535 Shetland Rugby Team is Promoted ­(lodged on 09 May 2013) Sandra White*

S4M-06534 Fife Volunteers Social Group Receives £10,000 ­(lodged on 09 May 2013) Sandra White*

S4M-06533 Congratulations to Airdrie High Church ­(lodged on 09 May 2013) Sandra White*

S4M-06532 Cambuslang Rangers ­(lodged on 09 May 2013) Sandra White*

S4M-06531 Thanking Fife Charity Motorcycle Runs’ Generous Donation ­(lodged on 09 May 2013) Sandra White*

S4M-06528 Military to Mentors Programme ­(lodged on 09 May 2013) Sandra White*, Linda Fabiani*

S4M-06527 Congratulations to Urban Roots on its Greener Together Community Award ­(lodged on 09 May 2013) Sandra White*

S4M-06526 Five Years of the Auld Reekie Roller Girls ­(lodged on 09 May 2013) Sandra White*

S4M-06525 Multi-million Boost for Cycleways and Paths ­(lodged on 09 May 2013) Sandra White*

S4M-06523 New Vice-Principal Post at UHI ­(lodged on 09 May 2013) Sandra White*

S4M-06522 Yolo, Supporting Young Entrepreneurs ­(lodged on 09 May 2013) Sandra White*, Linda Fabiani*

S4M-06521 Dr Henry Faulds, Pioneer of Fingerprinting ­(lodged on 09 May 2013) Sandra White*

S4M-06520 Action for Brain Injury Week ­(lodged on 09 May 2013) Sandra White*, Linda Fabiani*, Aileen McLeod*

S4M-06519 Grangemouth’s Spitfire Memorial Unveiled ­(lodged on 09 May 2013) Sandra White*, Linda Fabiani*

S4M-06518 Armed Services Advice Project Nomination ­(lodged on 09 May 2013) Sandra White*

S4M-06517 Luss Primary School Earns Top Honour ­(lodged on 09 May 2013) Sandra White*

S4M-06516 Recognition for Rhu-based Journalist ­(lodged on 09 May 2013) Sandra White*

S4M-06515 Lasting Memorial to Forfar Botanists ­(lodged on 09 May 2013) Sandra White*

S4M-06514 NHS Lanarkshire Delivers Fast Access to New Medicines ­(lodged on 08 May 2013) Sandra White*

S4M-06513 Congratulations to Dumfries and Galloway’s New Dementia Champions ­(lodged on 08 May 2013) Sandra White*

S4M-06511 Respect Award for Olnafirth Primary School ­(lodged on 08 May 2013) Sandra White*

S4M-06510 Caledonian MacBrayne Pay and Conditions ­(lodged on 08 May 2013) Sandra White*, Siobhan McMahon*

S4M-06509 Congratulations to Moray Businesses at Buckingham Palace Event ­(lodged on 08 May 2013) Sandra White*, Maureen Watt*

S4M-06508 Sir Alex Ferguson ­(lodged on 08 May 2013) Sandra White*

S4M-06506 Cumbernauld Living Landscape Project ­(lodged on 08 May 2013) Sandra White*

S4M-06505 Parliamentary Scrutiny of the War in Afghanistan ­(lodged on 08 May 2013) Sandra White*

S4M-06504 Ring of Breadalbane Explorer Bus Service ­(lodged on 08 May 2013) Sandra White*

S4M-06503 70th Anniversary of the Climax of the Battle of the Atlantic ­(lodged on 08 May 2013) Sandra White*

S4M-06501 Music Festival Hits the Right Note in Kirriemuir ­(lodged on 08 May 2013) Sandra White*

S4M-06499 World Asthma Day and Asthma Awareness Week ­(lodged on 08 May 2013) Jackson Carlaw*

S4M-06497 Remembering the Bevin Boys ­(lodged on 08 May 2013) Sandra White*

S4M-06496 Attempting the Impossible, Remember the Arctic Convoys ­(lodged on 08 May 2013) Sandra White*

S4M-06495 Orkney Hockey on The Double ­(lodged on 08 May 2013) Sandra White*

S4M-06494 Southside Film Festival ­(lodged on 08 May 2013) Sandra White*

S4M-06493 Proposed Closure of Lenzie Post Office ­(lodged on 08 May 2013) Sandra White*

S4M-06491 Thanking Pathhead Pupils’ Generous Book Donation ­(lodged on 07 May 2013) Sandra White*

S4M-06489 ScotRail Recycling Initiative ­(lodged on 07 May 2013) Sandra White*

S4M-06488 Nuclear Missile Test Failure ­(lodged on 07 May 2013) Sandra White*

S4M-06487 Congratulations to the Bailies of Bennachie Society ­(lodged on 07 May 2013) Sandra White*, Alison McInnes*

S4M-06486 Good Luck Elmwood College Student Lisa Gray ­(lodged on 07 May 2013) Sandra White*

S4M-06485 Congratulation to Flood Inns ­(lodged on 07 May 2013) Sandra White*

S4M-06484 Stirling University School of Nursing and Midwifery Achieves Award Success ­(lodged on 07 May 2013) Sandra White*, Tavish Scott*, Dave Thompson*, Michael McMahon*

S4M-06483 Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations’ Welfare Mapping, Impact on Third Sector ­(lodged on 07 May 2013) John Pentland*

S4M-06482 Save Lives, Clean Your Hands ­(lodged on 07 May 2013) Sandra White*

S4M-06481 World Ovarian Cancer Day ­(lodged on 07 May 2013) Sandra White*

S4M-06480 Dons’ Euro Success ­(lodged on 07 May 2013) Sandra White*

S4M-06479 Loch Lomond Shores Becomes Tourist Attraction ­(lodged on 07 May 2013) Sandra White*

S4M-06476 Christian Aid Edinburgh Book Sale ­(lodged on 07 May 2013) Maureen Watt*, Annabelle Ewing*, Jackie Baillie*

S4M-06454 Yorkhill Children’s Charity ­(lodged on 02 May 2013) Jackson Carlaw*

S4M-06379 Legacy 2014 Funding for Community Sports ­(lodged on 29 April 2013) Aileen McLeod*

S4M-06337 Gut Feeling Week ­(lodged on 24 April 2013) Annabel Goldie*

S4M-06266 Remembering the Armenian Genocide ­(lodged on 18 April 2013) Malcolm Chisholm*, Jackie Baillie*, Jenny Marra*, Anne McTaggart*, David Stewart*

S4M-05955 Electrical Safety in the Private Rented Sector ­(lodged on 13 March 2013) Malcolm Chisholm*

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