Alison’s blog Archive

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    Glasgow’s games: an inspiration!

    From the moment I arrived in Glasgow to watch the hockey, I could feel the city embrace the Games and as my family and I have travelled back and forth these past few days this feeling of pride and enjoyment in what the city and...

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    Alison’s Update For June

    Green MSP for Lothian Alison Johnstone has released her latest update to members on her activities over the last month.

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    Edinburgh’s Housing Needs Not Met By Suburbs

    This week I was pleased to take part in a debate in parliament on the importance of community engagement in planning issues in Lothian. Here’s what I had to say… Alison Our towns and cities are where we live, and the way that they are...

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    Better beaches

    Summer is upon us, and one of the great things about living in Edinburgh is that on sunny days we’re spoiled for choice with many great beaches within easy reach.

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    Alison’s Update For May

    Green MSP for Lothian Alison Johnstone has released her latest update to members on her activities over the last two months.

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    Keeping kids off the couch and living long, healthy lives

    Research showing Scots children are among the least active in the world should serve as a wake-up call.

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    Alison’s Update for March

    Lothian Green MSP Alison Johnstone has released her latest update on her activities over the last month. Alison was delighted to celebrate the passing of the Equal Marriage Bill, and also attended the launch of the Scottish Youth Parliament’s Care.Fair.Share. campaign, calling for the contribution...

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    Alison’s Update For January

    Lothian Green MSP Alison Johnstone has released her report to members on her activities throughout December and January.

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