Bruton, Richard

Tuesday, 7 October 1997

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 481 No. 1

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Written Answers. - Light Rail System.

Asked the minister: whether she will make available minutes of the meetings of the Light Rail Transit Monitoring Group which dealt with the Oscar Faber Study and the terms of reference and the final report of the study d...More Button

Written Answers. - Corporate Charity Donations.

Asked the minister: whether he has met the Irish Charities Tax Reform Group regarding its proposal for tax relief on corporate donations; and if he will make a statement on the matter.More Button

Written Answers. - Timber Framed Structures.

Asked the minister: the reason the technical guideline documents issued by his Department continue to insist that timber frame construction cannot be used in buildings over two storeys in spite of the fact that internati...More Button

Written Answers. - Electoral Boundaries.

Asked the minister: when the Government plans to undertake a revision of the local election boundaries to reflect population movement since the 1981 census, which was the basis of the current boundaries; if so, the perso...More Button

Written Answers. - Carer's Allowance Scheme.

Asked the minister: the cost of introducing a premium in the carer's allowance of £20 for medium-care demands and £50 for high-care demands to take account of the special needs which some carers may have and the addition...More Button

Written Answers. - Grant Procedures.

Asked the minister: the procedures, if any, which are in place to ensure that grants are not paid out to community organisations without deeds of trust first being put in place to protect the interests of the State in su...More Button

Written Answers. - Breaking the Cycle Scheme.

Asked the minister: the number of additional schools which have been designated by him for the breaking the cycle scheme in the current academic year over and above those announced by the previous Minister.More Button

Written Answers. - Computerisation Programme.

Asked the minister: the plans, if any, which are in place to deal with the computer problems caused by the date change in 2000 within his Department and within the wider education sector; the estimated costs involved in ...More Button

Written Answers. - Technology Sector Investment.

Asked the minister: whether the group established under the chairmanship of a person (details supplied) has reported on the most cost-effective way of providing extra software graduates and technicians; if so, the recomm...More Button

Written Answers. - WESF Report.

Asked the minister: the current progress in relation to each of the recommendations of the NESF early school leavers report; and the targets, if any, which have been set for the end of the school year 1997-98.More Button

Written Answers. - Staff Secondment.

Asked the minister: if he will give details of the staff, if any, seconded to other organisations in respect of whom his Department is committed to make payments; the criteria for secondment; the arrangements in place to...More Button

Written Answers. - Schools Building Projects.

Asked the minister: whether his Department has taken steps to eliminate differences between estimates used in decision making, building contract prices and final completed costs; and the value of each of these costings i...More Button

Written Answers. - Higher Education Grants.

Asked the minister: the estimated cost of introducing a supplement to the higher education grant for students whose parents have an income no greater than the level of social welfare payments; and if he will introduce a ...More Button

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