Sheehan, P. J.

Wednesday, 9 February 1994

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 438 No. 5

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Asked the minister: if, following his request to County Managers to draw up proposals for the alterations of boundaries of up to 62 towns, he will give the steps, if any, he will take to ensure his commitment that the ca...More Button

Financial Resolutions, 1994. - Financial Resolution No. 8. General (Resumed).

Will the Minister bring it to West Cork?More Button

The Minister is not thinking of buying a trotting horse?More Button

He jumped Beechers the first time round.More Button

It was not before time.More Button

The premiums due to farmers must be paid.More Button

The Deputy will know that in June.More Button

The former Leader of Fianna Fáil did not pay attention to polls.More Button

The Deputy has got his statistics wrong.More Button

They will have to sell the farm.More Button

The 30 per cent relief is a pittance.More Button

I hope it will expedite payments.More Button

Farmers have had to wait 12 months for payments.More Button

I have heard them many times before.More Button

There is a mountain of anomalies in the schemes.More Button

What was the cause of this?More Button

Only 500 places are available for which there are 10,000 applicants.More Button

There will be no light at the end of the tunnel for the 9,500 who will not be selected.More Button

The public picked holes in it.More Button

What about the poor man's pint?More Button

What about the negative aspects?More Button

The Deputy's party is not doing too well in the polls either.More Button

There are 300,000 people unemployed.More Button

What about the problems in Clonmel?More Button

The Government will force them out now with the property tax.More Button

That is a great shame.More Button

We will call for more. The Deputy should come down to my constituency to see the condition of schools there.More Button

What about the mortgage relief?More Button

What about the extension of disadvantaged areas, is that gone with the wind?More Button

The Deputy's party has stifled them and thrown them to the wolves.More Button

The Government has been talking about this for five years but it has done nothing for disadvantaged areas, it is a disgrace.More Button

Where is the caring Government now?More Button

To cod the peopleMore Button

If the Deputy's party had followed that rainbow it would be much better off in the eyes of the public today.More Button

Written Answers. - Grant Payments.

Asked the minister: Agriculture, Food and Forestry when a person (details supplied) in County Cork will receive payment of his cattle headage grant for 1993.More Button

Asked the minister: when a person (details supplied) in County Cork will receive payment of the 22 month beef premium for six bullocks under the February 1993 scheme.More Button

Asked the minister: when a person (details supplied) in County Cork will receive payment of his cattle headage grant.More Button

Asked the minister: when a person (details supplied) in County Cork will receive payment of his cattle and sheep headage grants.More Button

Asked the minister: when a person (details supplied) in County Cork will receive payment of his suckler cow and beef cow grants.More Button

Asked the minister: when a person (details supplied) in County Cork will receive payment of his suckler cow and beef cow grants.More Button

Asked the minister: when a person (details supplied) in County Cork will receive payment of his suckler cow grant for 1992 and 1993.More Button


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