O'Kennedy, Michael

Tuesday, 14 May 1974

Dáil Eireann Debate
Vol. 272 No. 9

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Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Hospital Development Programme.

Is the Minister aware of reports which have circulated widely in provincial newspapers, and which emanated from the Irish Medical Times, that a decision has been reached to maintain the Mallow and Nen...More Button

Does this indicate that the report is correct?More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - County Tipperary Water Scheme.

asked the Minister for Local Government if he will give an early decision following the public inquiry held last December in connection with the Templemore supplementary water supply scheme, County Ti...More Button

Knowing the Minister's energy and determination I should be able to interpret that. Has he, as yet, received a report as a result of the public inquiry.More Button

In view of the very critical position in Templemore town and that it is his personal decision and responsibility, I would ask the Minister not to delay in coming to a decision.More Button

Not Deputy O'Kennedy, but the people of Templemore.More Button

It is because of those formalities that I am anxious the Minister make a provisional order as quickly as possible.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Water Safety.

Is the Minister also aware that Clare is one of the front runners in the matter of the beaches?More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Border Bomb Damage.

Apparently we can rely on him more than the Minister.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Inflation Rate.

And three times as ineffective.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Tipperary Malicious Injury Claim.

asked the Minister for Finance if he will make provision out of central funds to meet the award of £389,787 recently granted against Tipperary (North Riding) County Council in respect of a malicious i...More Button

Is the Minister not prepared to accept that such provision should be made by way of special legislation, in view of the fact that the award to which I have referred would mean an increase of £1.50 app...More Button

In view of the fact that this particular award was made only three or four weeks ago, will the Minister recognise, particularly in view of what his colleague the Minister for Local Government has said...More Button

Would the Minister please direct himself to my question? It relates to a particular award.More Button

The Minister's reply did not relate to my question. I was asking about a particular award and whether the Government will introduce special legislation to deal with this matter.More Button

Will the Minister indicate whether this particular award will be submitted to whoever is looking at it so that the ratepayers of North Tipperary will be relieved of this burden?More Button

If the Deputy was referring to Nelson Pillar, there are a lot of ratepayers in Dublin—a lot more than in North Tipperary.More Button

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