Brennan, Seamus

Thursday, 10 April 1997

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 477 No. 4

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Order of Business.

This is a sell-off.More Button

After £175 million of tax-payers' money has gone into Aer Lingus, will the Taoiseach give an assurance to the House that no such sell-off will take place without full documentation being laid before t...More Button

Give us an answer.More Button

Release the documents.More Button

Are Aer Lingus workers included? (Interruptions.)More Button

The Government just sold Telecom Éireann.More Button

The record will show that Deputy Seán Ryan voted to privatise part of Telecom Éireann approximately three months ago.More Button

Deputy Burke upsets him every day; I only do it occasionally. On the Order of Business yesterday the Taoiseach promised competition between MMDS and deflector television systems. Given that announce...More Button

Adjournment Debate. - Oil Operations.

I thank the Minister for taking this matter. There has been news in recent weeks of drilling activity commencing again off the west coast — three oil companies have moved into the area with their ope...More Button

Written Answers. - Tax Reliefs.

Asked the minister: the plans, if any, he has to provide tax relief for those engaged in recognised distance learning courses; his views on whether the commitment of those involved is similar to those who are in regular ...More Button

Written Answers. - Research Funding.

Asked the minister: the reason the research budget to the universities has recently been cut by 60 per cent at a time when the Higher Education Authority's CIRCA report underlined the urgent need for an increase in both ...More Button

Written Answers. - Special Education Needs.

Asked the minister: if her attention has been drawn to an application for a Braille personal computer for a person (details supplied) in Dublin 14 who was refused entry to her local school and for whom her Department cur...More Button

Written Answers. - Teacher's Pension Scheme.

Asked the minister: her views on the needs of teachers who gave service to the third world in the 1960s but who are not being allowed to purchase pensionable service at favourable rates for the time spent teaching in Afr...More Button

Written Answers. - Schools Building Projects.

Asked the minister: whether a feasibility study has been completed on the provision of essential refurbishment and extension to a school (details supplied) in County Dublin; whether any provision to fund the project has ...More Button

Asked the minister: if her attention has been drawn to the continuing delays in providing approval for capital works at a school (details supplied) in Dublin which has been the subject of continuing requests to her Depar...More Button


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