Farrelly, John V.

Wednesday, 13 May 1992

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 419 No. 6

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Housing (Miscellaneous Provisions) Bill, 1992: Second Stage (Resumed).

It is all a question of money.More Button

The Bill launched a year and a half ago was to work wonders for many people on the housing lists. Unfortunately, we are not much further on, because we have not recieved answers to the many questions ...More Button

Ceisteanna — Questions. Oral Answers. - Unemployment and Emigration.

Asked the minister: if he will outline the number of people registered as unemployed in County Meath for each of the last 18 months; and if he will make a statement on any new Government initiatives in this area.More Button

Housing (Miscellaneous Provisions) Bill, 1992: Second Stage (Resumed).

As I said before the break, this Bill was introduced a year and a half ago and was to do great things for many people throughout the country because the Government had failed to provide adequate funds...More Button

At present there are 462 people on the housing list in County Meath. Last Monday one of the Deputies in that constituency complained on the national airwaves about the local authority not providing en...More Button

I do not have any wish to attend any parliamentary party meetings of the Deputy's party, I am quite happy where I am. Double standards from Deputies are not acceptable. The facts are that the Governme...More Button

There is no point in the Deputy talking about this matter if he did not hear “The Pat Kenny Show”.More Button

If the Deputy did not hear the programme he should not——More Button

Written Answers. - Special Teacher Training.

Asked the minister: the reason the special programme to train teachers to assist in the introduction of child abuse prevention programmes to primary schools has been confined to Counties Dublin, Wicklow and Kildare, and ...More Button

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