Molloy, Robert

Wednesday, 1 May 1974

Dáil Eireann Debate
Vol. 272 No. 4

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Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - County Galway Sea Wall.

asked the Minister for Agriculture and Fisheries if he will arrange to have repairs carried out to the sea wall at Tawnaghbawn, Cashel, County Galway.More Button

As I was not able to hear the Minister's reply perhaps he would be good enough to repeat it.More Button

The Minister is aware of the problem of this area but is he aware that since this matter was brought to his notice some months ago by way of Parliamentary Question, serious damage has been caused whic...More Button

—— not to seek to provide funds to alleviate the difficulties being experienced by the farmers and the fishermen in the area.More Button

It does not qualify under that scheme.More Button

The Minister is trying to pass the buck.More Button

My name is a red rag as far as the Chair is concerned.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Cattle Prices.

Arising out of the Minister's optimistic reply, is he aware of the statement made last weekend by Dr. Cedric Woods of University College, Galway, when he gave as his opinion that there would be no ca...More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Sow Slaughterings.

In other words, to get out.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Trainee Fishermen.

The Parliamentary Secretary's reply was not too clear. Could he tell us whether there was an increase or a decrease?More Button

There was a drop?More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Fishery Industry Assistance.

Is there any assistance available from EEC sources to enable fishermen to purchase vessels?More Button

Is the Parliamentary Secretary aware or is he not that there is assistance available from EEC sources?More Button

Is the Parliamentary Secretary aware that assistance available to fishermen for the purchase of vessels from EEC sources is confined to fishing vessels with a steel hull and that no such vessels are m...More Button

This operates to the disadvantage of Irish shipyards in which timber hulled boats are made.More Button

Order of Business.

I do not wish to take No. 14 at the moment. There was a lot of confusion about this matter. Yesterday when we were on the Second Stage of the Local Elections (Petitions and Disqualifications) Bill, ...More Button

I propose that the second item on the Order Paper, No. 15, be taken now and that item No. 14 be taken after it.More Button

Tomorrow will suit me fine.More Button

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