Begley, Michael

Tuesday, 30 May 1972

Dáil Eireann Debate
Vol. 261 No. 4

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Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Free Choice of Doctor Scheme.

Supposing the doctor does not accept the patient who is seven miles out, what is the position then?More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Social Welfare Benefits.

asked the Minister for Social Welfare if, in view of the fact that applicants for unemployment assistance must cycle seven miles to Castlemaine, County Kerry, he will open a station at Sheanakale so t...More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Galway Land Acquisition.

asked the Minister for Finance the amount paid by his Department for land recently acquired at Galway; and the use to be made of this land.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - County Kerry Harbour.

asked the Minister for Finance if he is satisfied with the manner in which Dingle Harbour, County Kerry is being dredged; and if he will make a statement on the matter.More Button

Is the Parliamentary Secretary aware that this dredging is a dead loss and that the money expended represents money gone with the tide? Will he take steps immediately to see that proper dredging is ca...More Button

Is the Parliamentary Secretary aware that over £140,000 of State money has gone into the dredging of this harbour and is it not the duty of the Department to see that the work is carried out properly...More Button

The total amount is £140,000.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Aistriú Roinne.

d'Aire na Gaeltachta an bhfuil sé beartaithe a Roinn a aistriú go Gaillimh.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Kerry Metal-work Classes.

asked the Minister for Education if he has received any proposals from Kerry Vocational Education Committee regarding the provision of a metal-work room at Rathmore.More Button

When did the Parliamentary Secretary receive that proposal from the vocational education committee?More Button

Will a decision be taken at an early date?More Button

Local Elections Bill, 1972: Second Stage.

When will that be?More Button

This Bill is one of the greatest pieces of eyewash ever brought before this House. The Minister gave two reasons for the Bill, one in Irish and one in English. In Irish, he said: Ar an gcúigiú lá de...More Button

It is only right and proper that these things should be said here. Electoral areas are being redrawn.Obviously what is wrong is that the message is not coming back as to what way certain people would...More Button

Is it possible we shall have both elections on the same date? (Interruptions.)More Button

I think this Bill is merely an exercise in marking time. I forecast——More Button

It will be a very shrewd forecast. I forecast that the electoral divisions and local government will be changed and until this is done we shall not have local elections. The Parliamentary Secretary ...More Button


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