Higgins, Jim

Wednesday, 2 December 1998

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 497 No. 6

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Order of Business.

(Mayo): What is the position on the Prison Service Bill, given that we have constant chaos and overcrowding in prisons, that ten prisoners escaped last year and that in recent weeks a mobile phone was...More Button

(Mayo): This is a high security prison with porous security procedures. A second mobile phone was found in a supposedly high security prison.More Button

Financial Resolutions, 1998. - Budget Statement, 1998.

(Mayo): Not good enough.More Button

Written Answers - Gross Domestic Product.

Asked the minister: if the Central Statistics Office has been informed by Eurostat of the updated GDP statistics for the counties or regions of Ireland; and if he will make a statement on the matter.More Button

Written Answers - School Staffing.

Asked the minister: if he will allocate additional staff for Jesus and Mary secondary school, Gortnor, Abbey, Crossmolina, County Mayo, and St. Muredach's College, Ballina, County Mayo.More Button

Written Answers - Student Support Schemes.

Asked the minister: if he will change the terms of reference of the higher education grant scheme for mature students with particular reference to the requirement that independent mature students must produce evidence th...More Button

Written Answers - School Staffing.

Asked the minister: if he will allocate additional teachers to Mount St. Michael secondary school, Claremorris, County Mayo, particularly in view of the fact that the 1998 pupil-teacher ratio is not as favourable to the ...More Button

Written Answers - School Transport.

Asked the minister: if the escort scheme for children attending St. Anthony's school, Castlebar, County Mayo, and travelling by bus will be put on a permanent basis; and if he will make a statement on the matter.More Button

Written Answers - Grant Payments.

Asked the minister: the reason for the delay in a headage payment for a person (detail supplied) in County Mayo.More Button

Asked the minister: the reason for the delay in the finalisation of a headage appeal for a person (details supplied) in County Mayo.More Button

Written Answers - Immigration Controls.

Asked the minister: if he has investigated a complaint made to him by a person (details supplied) in County Louth who has been living in Ireland since 1991, has an Irish driving licence and was detained by the immigratio...More Button

Written Answers - School Staffing.

Asked the minister: if he will make available a remedial teacher on an ex-quota basis to St. Colman's College, Claremorris, County Mayo, in view of the urgent need for increased remedial provisionMore Button


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