Thursday, 22 March 1990
Dáil Éireann Debate
Written Answers. - Howth, Dublin, Storm Damage.
Written Answers. - Howth, Dublin, Sewerage.
Asked the minister: , in view of his recent statements concerning the dumping of raw sewage in Dublin Bay, when it is intended to provide a proper sewerage plant at the nose of Howth, Dublin 13, thus preventing all dumpi...
Written Answers. - Hospital Security.
Asked the minister: having regard to recent events, if he is satisfied with the security measures being taken in the country's maternity hospitals, in order to prevent the recurrence of recent happenings and to allay the...
Written Answers. - Loughlinstown (Dublin) Hospital.
Written Answers. - Organ Transplants.
Asked the minister: the number of heart, kidney and liver transplants in each of the years from 1986 to 1989 inclusive; and the amount of money provided by his Department in each year allocated specifically for such oper...
Written Answers. - Cancer Deaths.
Asked the minister: arising out of a recent report which showed a high percentage of cancer deaths in the Dún Laoghaire area of County Dublin and the east coast, the investigations which have been undertaken by his Depar...
Written Answers. - Concessionary Teacher Applications.
Asked the minister: the number of applications she has received for concessionary teachers in disadvantaged areas of Dublin city; when such teachers will be appointed; and if she will make a statement on the matter.
Written Answers. - Concessionary Teacher Application.
Asked the minister: if she will sanction a concessionary teacher at St. Benedict's national school, Grange Park, Raheny, Dublin 5, in view of the fact that the school is located in an area of high unemployment where many...
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