Browne, Noel C.

Wednesday, 28 October 1959

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 177 No. 3

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Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Social Services.

May I ask the Taoiseach if, in the light of our relatively recent experience here, he conscientiously believes that he could in fact honour his pledge to provide free, non-means test health services i...More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Ownership of Stained Glass Window.

asked the Minister for External Affairs if his attention has been drawn to the statement to the effect that the stained glass window by Evie Hone, known as “My Four Green Fields” is on loan from Mrs. ...More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Gaming and Lotteries Act, 1956

asked the Minister for justice if in view of the public disquiet which now appears to exist about the doubtful financial practices associated with pools alleged to be intended for charitable and othe...More Button

Will those accounts be made available to members of the public if they wish to see them?More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Medicinal Tablets and Preparations.

asked the Minister for Industry and Commerce whether in the interests of the public he will make available lists of those home-manufactured drugs which are in substitution for proprietary imported med...More Button

Would the Minister make available to the members of the medical profession or members of the National Health Council a list of drugs?More Button

As compiled.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Grants and Loans to Gael-Linn.

asked the Minister for Industry and Commerce whether any, and, if so, what amounts of money have been granted or loaned to the organisation Gael-Linn in the last two years under schemes administered ...More Button

asked the Minister for Lands whether any, and, if so, what amounts of money have been granted or loaned to the organisation Gael-Linn in the last two years under schemes administered by his Department...More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Examination Failures in Irish.

asked the Minister for Education if in view of the disturbingly high rate of children who failed in (a) the Leaving Certificate examination and (b) the Intermediate Certificate examination, he will co...More Button

Does the Minister agree that where a child fails an examination because of failure in Irish, it creates great dissatisfaction amongst the parents, and is an additional expense on them? It creates gre...More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Grants and Loans to Gael-Linn.

asked the Minister for Education whether any, and, if so, what amounts of money have been granted or loaned to the organisation Gael-Linn in the last two years under schemes administered by his Depart...More Button

asked the Minister for the Gaeltacht whether any, and if so, what amounts of money have been granted or loaned to the organisation Gael-Linn in the last two years under schemes administered by his Dep...More Button

National Loan, 1959. - Extension of School Leaving Age—Motion (Resumed).

Would the Chair tell me how long I have to reply?More Button

I should like to express my appreciation to the many Deputies of all Parties who have contributed so helpfully and constructively to the debate on this very important subject. In reply to Deputy Desmo...More Button

The position is that we believe the least desirable remedy is allowing the child to stay on in the primary school until 15. The ideal would be to have the child pass on to the vocational or secondary...More Button


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