Cluskey, Frank

Tuesday, 27 July 1971

Dáil Eireann Debate
Vol. 255 No. 14

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Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Royal Canal Cleaning.

asked the Minister for Transport and Power if steps will be taken to clean the Royal Canal in view of its unsightly condition and the danger to health arising from it.More Button

Would the Minister not agree that it is very difficult to reconcile the holding of a conservation year by the Government with allowing an open cesspool to run through our capital city, which is not so...More Button

Is the Minister stating that when the canals are transferred to the Office of Public Works they will then be cleaned regularly and, by inference, that CIE are neglecting this?More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Dublin Port and Docks Board.

asked the Minister for Transport and Power if he has approved any bye-laws made by the Dublin Port and Docks Board relating to the erection and maintenance of electric lights in the port in respect of...More Button

asked the Minister for Transport and Power if he has approved any bye-laws made by the Dublin Port and Docks Board regarding the duties and conduct of sub-contractors employed by the board, particular...More Button

asked the Minister for Transport and Power if he will make a harbour works order in respect of Dublin Port and Docks Board stipulating that any work already authorised by him shall where possible be d...More Button

asked the Minister for Transport and Power if he has given any directions to the Dublin Port and Docks Board regarding the disposal of material dredged from the port; and, if so, what they are.More Button

asked the Minister for Transport and Power if he has authorised the making of charges by the Dublin Port and Docks Board for the use of dredgers owned by them; and, if so, what they are.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Dublin School.

asked the Minister for Education if he will state in respect of St. Francis Xavier's primary school, Dorset Street, Dublin, the number of children on the rolls in each of the last seven years.More Button

Order of Business.

On a point of explanation, could the Chair tell me how he regards the situation in the north, which is changing hour by hour, which is escalating apparently hour by hour, as not being of an urgent na...More Button

I wonder does the Chair realise the potential danger to this democratic assembly of his attitude towards urgent questions?More Button

How can the Chair say we are abusing the privilege of the House when we are asking for urgent matters to be discussed now?More Button

I wish the Chair would define “urgency”.More Button


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