Woods, Michael J.

Wednesday, 15 December 1999

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 512 No. 7

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Order of Business.

The Deputy does not understand industrial relations problems.More Button

The Deputy was mad for it the other day.More Button

Fisheries (Amendment) Bill, 1999: Order for Report Stage.

I move:More Button

Fisheries (Amendment) Bill, 1999: Report and Final Stages.

I move amendment No. 1: In page 6, line 2, to delete “the”. Amendment No. 1 is a technical amendment to section 2(1) to delete the word “the” before “Fisheries Act, 1980”. The amendment has been sugge...More Button

I move amendment No. 2: In page 6, line 4, to delete “the” where it firstly occurs. Amendment agreed to.More Button

The time ran on, earlier.More Button

Deputies Finucane and Bell covered the area very thoroughly. I want to clarify the point Deputy Finucane made about the involvement of the boards and the need to consult them on the catchment manageme...More Button

That is the other side of it. In effect, through the catchment management, they have discussions with local gardaí and made better arrangements, as they saw it themselves. However, there are many issu...More Button

I move amendment No. 4: In page 12, line 14, after “the” to insert “voluntary”. Amendment agreed to.More Button

I move amendment No. 5: In page 12, line 17, after “purpose” to insert “have regard to the distinctive circumstances which pertain in each of the catchment systems in its region and”. Amendment agreed...More Button

I move amendment No. 6: In page 13, line 11, after “board” to insert “concerned”. Amendments Nos. 6, 7 and 8 are technical amendments. Amendment agreed to.More Button

I move amendment No. 7: In page 13, line 14, to delete “A regional board” and substitute “The regional board concerned”. Amendment agreed to.More Button

I move amendment No. 8: In page 13, line 16, to delete “A regional board” and substitute “The regional board concerned”. Amendment agreed to.More Button

I move amendment No. 9: In page 21, line 44, after “he” to insert “or she”. This is a technical amendment. Amendment agreed to.More Button

I move amendment No. 10: In page 22, line 42, to delete “to”. This is also a technical amendment. Amendment agreed to.More Button

I move amendment No. 11: In page 22, line 50, to delete “are” and substitute “is”. This is a technical amendment proposed by the draftsman. Amendment agreed to.More Button

I move amendment No. 11a: In page 23, line 29, to delete “officer,” and substitute “officer”. Amendment agreed to.More Button

I move amendment No. 11b: In page 23, line 31, to delete “applies” and substitute “applies,”.More Button

I move amendment No. 12: In page 23, line 37, to delete “£50” and substitute “£100”. This is an amendment to section 25 which I agreed to move on Report Stage in response to an amendment proposed by D...More Button

I thank Deputies for their contributions throughout the passage of this Bill and wish them a happy Christmas.More Button

Written Answers. - Port Development.

Was asked: and Natural Resources if he will allow for a further period of public consultation in relation to an application by Dublin Port Company under section 10 of the Foreshore Act, 1933, in view of the shor...More Button

Dublin Port Company has applied for permission under section 10 of the Foreshore Act, 1933, as amended, to have 21 hectares of privately-owned foreshore in Dublin port reclaimed for port purposes. The...More Button

Written Answers. - Angling By-law.

Was asked: and Natural Resources if by-law No. 756 is to be renewed; if he has had further meetings with salmon angling clubs to discuss this; and if he will make a statement on the matter.More Button

By-law No. 756 prohibits the use of prawn, shrimp or any other crustacean and artificial forms thereof as bait in angling for fish with rod and line in any waters from 15 April 1999 to 31 May 1999 and...More Button

Written Answers. - Coastal Protection Study.

Was asked: and Natural Resources if, further to replies to Parliamentary Questions Nos. 100 of 6 October 1999, 45 of 24 June 1999 and 104 of 24 March 1999, the further study on coastal protection at Youghal has ...More Button

I am advised by Cork County Council that the study on coast protection at Youghal, which is being undertaken for the local authority by consulting engineers, commenced at the end of July and is expect...More Button


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