Gilmore, Eamon

Thursday, 20 July 1989

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 391 No. 7

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Order of Business.

I would like to join with Deputy Barnes in seeking your permission to raise on the Adjournment the sale of Carysfort College which is due to be completed by 14 September which is well in advance——More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Representations to China.

asked the Minister for Foreign Affairs the protest, if any, the Government have made to the Chinese authorities regarding the recent killings of civilians in Beijing by Chinese security forces; and if...More Button

Adjournment Debate. - Carysfort College.

I join Deputy Barnes in wishing the Minister luck in her reappointment to the Department of Education. She will have to act very quickly if the wishes of the Deputies from the constituency and her own...More Button

Written Answers. - Dún Laoghaire (Dublin) Harbour Authority.

asked the Minister for the Marine if a decision has been taken to establish in interim harbour authority for Dún Laoghaire, County Dublin; if so, when this decision was made; when it will come into e...More Button

Written Answers. - Shankill Garda Station.

asked the Minister for Justice when a new Garda station at Shankill, County Dublin will be completed and ready for use; the facilities which are being provided there; the police services which will be...More Button

Written Answers. - Local Authority House Construction.

asked the Minister for the Environment when it is intended to authorise Dún laoghaire Corporation, County Dublin, to proceed with the construction of houses at the L3 and L4 schemes, Loughlinstown, Co...More Button

Written Answers. - Carysfort (County Dublin) College.

asked the Minister for Education if she will intervene in the sale of Carysfort College, County Dublin, to ensure that this important facility is retained in educational use; and the response she will...More Button

asked the Minister for Education the total current value of all buildings, facilities and equipment at Carysfort College; County Dublin which were provided from State funds.More Button

asked the Minister for Education the efforts made by her Department, since the decision to close Carysfort College, County Dublin, as a college of education, to identify alternative educational uses f...More Button

asked the Minister for Education if the Sisters of Mercy informed her Department of their intention to sell off Carysfort College, County Dublin; and, if so, when this information was conveyed.More Button


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