Molloy, Robert

Thursday, 14 April 1994

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 441 No. 3

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Local Government Bill, 1994: Second Stage.

I am astonished the Minister is bringing in a Bill with so few proposals, yet in his introductory speech he describes the proposals as being of major significance. The Bill is a waste of time. It is ...More Button

——were involved in a conspiracy which is supported by these parties when they take office. They support the ethos of the Department not to relinquish to town authorities any function or authority whi...More Button

Yes. I am putting the facts because there is no point in giving half the story.More Button

All the parties in the House at that time wanted the removal of rates on houses but they proposed it in different ways. The Fine Gael and Labour proposal was to remove them by 25 per cent per year ov...More Button

It is laughable. These issues do not arise. I am a long standing Member of the House and I never remember it happening. The Minister has not given a satisfactory explanation. If Members of the Oir...More Button

Ceisteanna — Questions. Oral Answers. - Hospital Accommodation Payments.

Asked the minister: if payments made for accommodation of VHI patients in Irish public and private hospitals are now capped; if so, the cap in each case; if he determines the amount each public hospital receives from the...More Button

Written Answers - Medical Council.

Asked the minister: when he will publish his new amendments to the Medical Practitioners Act.More Button


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