Hilliard, Colm M.

Tuesday, 20 February 1996

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 461 No. 7

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Written Answers. - Income Tax Revenue.

Asked the minister: the source from which he expects to raise the estimated £344.944 million extra in income tax revenue for 1996.More Button

Written Answers. - Non-Tax Revenue.

Asked the minister: the non-tax revenue under the heading of miscellaneous for £25.269 million in 1995 and £17.074 million in 1996.More Button

Asked the minister: the reason it is estimated that the non-tax revenue from the Central Bank will increase from £109.5 million in 1995 to £172.5 million in 1996; and if he will explain the term surplus income.More Button

Asked the minister: the reason the non-tax revenue for interest and dividends on Exchequer advances reduced from £76.48 million in 1995 to £51.244 million in the 1996 Budget.More Button

Written Answers. - Health Allocations.

Asked the minister: if his attention has been drawn to the fact that the 1996 financial allocation for disability services in the North Eastern Health Board area is totally inadequate to meet the needs of existing servic...More Button

Asked the minister: if his attention has been drawn to the fact that it was intended to establish by September 1996, a training and education centre for school leavers with a learning disability in Navan, County Meath; a...More Button

Written Answers. - Statue Replacement.

Asked the minister: the decision, if any, that has been made regarding a replacement statue of St. Patrick on the Hill of Tara to be sited where the old statue stood; and if he will make a statement on the matter.More Button

Written Answers. - Second Level School Funding.

Asked the minister: if he has satisfied himself that the vocational/community colleges and the secondary schools are receiving equal treatment regarding financing as it appears that the grant per student is much less to ...More Button

Written Answers. - County Meath Schools.

Asked the minister: if her attention has been drawn to the fact that due to lack of funding by her Department there is no finance available to refurbish the vocational school at Kells, County Meath.More Button

Asked the minister: if her attention has been drawn to the fact that the Longwood vocational school needs urgent, immediate attention and a special grant from her Department to enable repairs, replacement of broken windo...More Button

Asked the minister: if her attention has been drawn to the need to replace or repair the roof on Beaufort College, Navan, County Meath in view of the fact that it is causing serious worry and that the architect's full re...More Button

Asked the minister: if her attention has been drawn to the fact that the Dunshaughlin community college, County Meath is in need of extra funding in order to provide a proper service in 1996 in view of the fact that ther...More Button


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