Timmins, Billy

Thursday, 6 March 2003

Dáil Eireann Debate
Vol. 562 No. 6

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Order of Business.

The Tánaiste will be aware that many small family-run businesses in south Wicklow are on the verge of collapse due to outstanding debts owed to them by IFI, a company in which the State held a majorit...More Button

What about the small businesses in south Wicklow? Are they to be let go to the wall because of the actions of a company in which the State was the majority shareholder?More Button

Several million euro are owed to small family-run companies in south Wicklow. The way they have been treated is a disgrace.More Button

The Government has thrown these businesses to the wolves. The problem should have been dealt with before May 2002.More Button

On the same issue, it has been reported today—More Button

—that the €300 million is not available. Can we have clarification on this? Is the €300 million available or not?More Button

Written Answers - Departmental Expenditure.

Asked the minister: the areas in which overruns occurred in the various health boards; the extent to which these overruns were within the acute hospitals sector or the community care sector or otherwise; the extent of th...More Button

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