Bruton, Richard

Tuesday, 14 December 1999

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 512 No. 6

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Written Answers. - Millennium Projects.

Asked the minister: if he will make funding available to a project (details supplied) as a major millennium project for north Dublin in line with commitments he has made.More Button

Written Answers. - Tax Relief.

Asked the minister: if his attention has been drawn to the fact that capital gains tax can cause hardship for persons in nursing homes compelled to sell stocks or shares in order to finance the costs of the nursing home ...More Button

Asked the minister: if his attention has been drawn to the anomaly where rollover relief from capital gains tax is not available where shares must be sold in the context of a takeover; and if he will make a statement on ...More Button

Written Answers. - Adoption Services.

Asked the minister: if he will provide funding for the Adopted Peoples Association in order to enable it to develop its support services.More Button

Written Answers. - Mental Health Services.

Asked the minister: if he has satisfied himself with the staffing levels available to the admission unit in St. Ita's Hospital, County Dublin; if this unit has been evaluated by the Inspector of Mental Hospitals; and if ...More Button

Asked the minister: the progress, if any, made in providing a psychiatric unit in Beaumont Hospital, Dublin 9; and the reason for the delay in implementing this proposal.More Button

Written Answers. - Hospital Waiting Lists.

Asked the minister: and Children the waiting time for an eye examination in Temple Street hospital, Dublin 1, from a school test referral; if his attention has been drawn to the fact that a number of appointments already...More Button

Written Answers. - Asylum Seekers.

Asked the minister: the reason for his decision to consider switching to voucher payments for asylum seekers in view of the fact that this was discontinued for welfare recipients on grounds of being degrading and discrim...More Button

Asked the minister: the resources available at his Department's offices in Mount Street, Dublin 2, to deal with asylum seekers; and the way in which this compares with the staff workload in terms of applicants in other s...More Button

Asked the minister: if he has satisfied himself that dispersed locations receiving asylum seekers can provide adequate support services including interpreters and language services.More Button

Asked the minister: the reason for his decision to consider switching to voucher payments for asylum seekers in view of the fact that this was discontinued for welfare recipients on grounds of being degrading and discrim...More Button

Asked the minister: the resources available in his Department's offices at Mount Street, Dublin 2, to deal with asylum seekers; and the way in which this compares with the staff workload in terms of applicants in other s...More Button

Written Answers. - School Attendance.

Asked the minister: if the requirement of attending school on 183 days in the school year for primary children is monitored by his Department; the instances, if any, in which less than this standard is accepted by his De...More Button

Written Answers. - Pupil-Teacher Ratio.

Asked the minister: the reason for the different application of approval and retention thresholds for teachers in gaelscoileanna and ordinary primary schools; the number of extra teachers needed if the same regime was ap...More Button

Written Answers. - Teaching Qualifications.

Asked the minister: the discussions, if any, he has had to date with the bodies representing Montessori teachers for the full recognition of their teaching qualification throughout the early childhood and junior primary ...More Button

Written Answers. - National College of Ireland.

Asked the minister: the progress, if any, to date in the proposed move of the National College of Ireland campus to the docklands; and when he will issue full approval.More Button


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