Treacy, Seán

Tuesday, 8 February 1972

Dáil Eireann Debate
Vol. 258 No. 9

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Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Free Medical Services.

asked the Minister for Health if he will issue for general distribution a booklet outlining the range of free medical services available to (a) medical card holders, (b) insured workers and (c) farmer...More Button

How soon may we expect the booklet to which the Minister refers?More Button

This summer?More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Appointment of Medical Officers.

asked the Minister for Health if he is aware that Sixmilebridge, County Clare, which has a population of over 500, has no permanent dispensary doctor; and if he will arrange for the appointment of one...More Button

asked the Minister for Health how soon it is expected that an appointment as medical officer at Shannon Airport, County Clare, will be made; and if he will make a statement in the matter.More Button

Did the Minister not think it fit to take up this matter with the Minister for Transport and Power since it relates so closely to health problems?More Button

Is this a subject which I can take up with the Minister for Transport and Power?More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - County Tipperary Collieries.

Is the Minister not aware that the Ballingarry mines have been closed now for almost 12 months, that despite the legal formalities entered into, and which were completed in December last, production h...More Button

——that the mines are still virtually closed? The unemployment benefit being paid to the men is running out and their families are in dire distress.More Button

Have all the moneys been made available to the mining company?More Button

Private Members' Business: Air and Water Pollution: Motion (Resumed).

I rise to support the motion in the names of Deputy Belton. Deputy Esmonde and Deputy Cott. My only regret is that the motion does not go far enough. Matters appertaining to our environment are of ...More Button

Garda Síochána Bill, 1971—Second Stage (Resumed).

The fact that the Garda force are about to be increased by some 600 will be received with joy and a sense of relief throughout our country. Many will say that this is indeed long overdue. It has com...More Button

I will not pursue the matter, but I was about to make the point that this was in very large measure attributable to a marked reluctance on the part of garda to do extra duties for which the Minister w...More Button

We had to contend with a bad situation, and it was aggravated out of all proportion by a stupid decision to close Garda stations. This has left our people in many parts of Ireland open to attack from ...More Button


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