Owen, Nora

Tuesday, 20 November 2001

Dáil Eireann Debate
Vol. 544 No. 3

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Request to move Adjournment of Dáil under Standing Order 31.

I propose that the Dáil be suspended under Standing Order 31, to discuss a matter of immediate importance, namely the report of an interdepartmental group which is advocating the building of another t...More Button

Order of Business.

What is the reason the Government is hiding?More Button

It is being done to spare the blushes of the Attorney General and the Progressive Democrats.More Button

He is not standing over anything else.More Button

There was no discussion at the Whips meeting.More Button

Is the Taoiseach aware of concerns being expressed about a pyramid selling scheme, Women Empowering Women, which is giving rise to great confusion about whether it breaks the law? Will the Taoiseach t...More Button

I listened to my colleague, Deputy Upton, talk about this matter yesterday. There is much concern that women are borrowing money to put into a scheme that will collapse here and has collapsed in the U...More Button

Could he clarify the—More Button

An Bille um an gCúigiú Leasú is Fiche ar an mBunreacht (Beatha Dhaonna le linn Toirchis a Chosaint), 2001: Ordú do Chéim an Choiste. Twenty-fifth Amendment of the Constitution (Protection of Human Life in Pregnancy) Bill, 2001: Order for Committee Stage.

Some hidden agenda.More Button

It was the Minister who said we could have the debate in this House. (Interruptions.)More Button

Written Answers. - Worker Accommodation.

Asked the minister: the discussions she has had with the Department of the Environment and Local Government concerning the problems which arise for some employers relating to accommodation for temporary workers coming f...More Button

Written Answers. - Timber Industry.

Asked the minister: the plans she has for product development and marketing of the timber industry. More Button

Written Answers. - EU Directives.

Asked the minister: the EU directives relevant to his Department which are awaiting implementation; the nature of the directives; when each was passed by the Council of Ministers; the date for implementation; if the Gove...More Button

Asked the minister: the EU directives relevant to her Department which are awaiting implementation; the nature of the directives; when each was passed by the Council of Ministers; the date for implementation; if the Gov...More Button

Asked the minister: the EU directives relevant to his Department which are awaiting implementation; the nature of the directives; when each was passed by the Council of Ministers; the date for implementation; if the Gove...More Button

Asked the minister: the EU Directives relevant to his Department which are awaiting implementation; the nature of the directives; when each was passed by the Council of Ministers; the date for implementation; if the Gove...More Button

Asked the minister: the EU directives relevant to her Department which are awaiting implementation; the nature of the directives; when each was passed by the Council of Ministers; the date for implementation; if the Gove...More Button

Asked the minister: the EU directives relevant to his Department which are awaiting implementation; the nature of the directives; when each was passed by the Council of Ministers; the date for implementation; if the Gove...More Button

Written Answers. - Grant Payments.

Asked the minister: if he will support the Irish Farmers Association's proposal for a fixed ewe premium of 32 per ewe; and if he will make a statement on the matter.More Button

Written Answers. - EU Directives.

Asked the minister: the EU directives relevant to his Department which are awaiting implementation; the nature of the directives; when each was passed by the Council of Ministers; the date for implementation; if the Gove...More Button

Written Answers. - Departmental Staff.

Asked the minister: the reason staff of Members of the Oireachtas will not receive their overtime payments from 20 November 2001 until January 2002; if he will make arrangements to ensure that all payments to staff are f...More Button

Written Answers. - Departmental Funding.

Asked the minister: the funding he will make available to a group (details supplied) in County Dublin; and if he will make a statement on the matter.More Button

Written Answers. - EU Directives.

Asked the minister: the EU directives relevant to his Department which are awaiting implementation; the nature of the directives; when each was passed by the Council of Ministers; the date for implementation; if the Gove...More Button

Written Answers. - Community Welfare Vacancies.

Asked the minister: the position regarding the filling of vacancies that exist in the community welfare system giving rise to cancellations of clinics in some areas of the Northern Area Health Board region; and if he wil...More Button

Written Answers. - Speech Therapy Service.

Asked the minister: his plans to appoint a full-time speech and language therapist to the health clinic in Swords, County Dublin, which covers an area from Whitehall to Balbriggan and only has speech and language therapy...More Button

Written Answers. - EU Directives.

Asked the minister: the EU Directives relevant to his Department which are awaiting implementation; the nature of the directives; when each was passed by the Council of Ministers; the date for implementation; if the Gove...More Button

Asked the minister: the EU directives relevant to his Department that are awaiting implementation; the nature of the directives; when each was passed by the Council of Ministers; the date for implementation; if the Gover...More Button

Asked the minister: the EU directives relevant to his Department which are awaiting implementation; the nature of the directives; when each was passed by the Council of Ministers; the date for implementation; if the Gove...More Button

Written Answers. - Capital Funding.

Asked the minister: the capital funding available to a group (details supplied) in County Dublin; and if she will make a statement on the matter.More Button

Written Answers. - EU Directives.

Asked the minister: the EU directives relevant to her Department which are awaiting implementation; the nature of the directives; when each was passed by the Council of Ministers; the date for implementation; if the Gove...More Button

Asked the minister: the EU directives relevant to his Department which are awaiting implementation; the nature of the directives; when each was passed by the Council of Mini sters; the date for implementation; if the Gov...More Button

Written Answers. - Prisoners Releases.

Asked the minister: the circumstances of the temporary release of a person (details supplied) on compassionate grounds; the conditions which were laid down; the report he has received from the relevant gardaí; his views ...More Button

Written Answers. - EU Directives.

Asked the minister: the EU directives relevant to his Department which are awaiting implementation; the nature of the directives; when each was passed by the Council of Ministers; the date for implementation; if the Gove...More Button

Asked the minister: the EU directives relevant to his Department which are awaiting implementation; the nature of the directives; when each was passed by the Council of Ministers; the date for implementation; if the Gove...More Button


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