Crowe, Sean

Tuesday, 24 February 2004

Dáil Eireann Debate
Vol. 580 No. 5

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Order Of Business.

Given the obvious public concern about safety on public transport, when will the Railway Safety Bill 2001 again come on stream?More Button

Private Notice Questions - Dublin Bus Accident.

I take this opportunity to express my condolences to the families of the dead and injured. In particular, I pay tribute to the emergency services and Dublin Bus. A number of questions have been asked....More Button

The question concerns what the Minister can say or do to reassure the travelling public that a similar accident will not occur. Can he give assurances that he will do his utmost in this regard and, if...More Button

Written Answers - Mobile Telephony.

Asked the minister: his proposals to minimise charges associated with cross-Border roaming.More Button

Written Answers - EU Constitution.

Asked the minister: his position on proposals in the draft EU Constitution to end the requirement for unanimous votes in changes to the common commercial policy in cultural and audio-visual services; the implications of ...More Button

Written Answers - Departmental Costs.

Asked the minister: the amount spent by his Department on legal advice and lawyers; the amount paid out in settlement of legal proceedings against his Department, including cases settled prior to coming to court in each ...More Button

Written Answers - Schools Refurbishment.

Asked the minister: if his attention has been drawn to the joint application for inclusion in the summer works scheme made by St Maelruan’s senior and junior schools in order to replace the 29 year old boilers, which are...More Button

Written Answers - Rail Safety.

Asked the minister: the difficulties his Department is experiencing regarding the delay in bringing forward promised legislation on railway safety.More Button

Written Answers - Proposed Legislation.

Asked the minister: if the proposed Bills being processed by his Department include provisions to make gazumping by housing developers a criminal offence.More Button

Written Answers - Local Authority Housing.

Asked the minister: if his attention has been drawn to the discussions being held with local authorities, particularly in urban areas, regarding the upgrading of housing stock, fuel poverty and the introduction of common...More Button

Written Answers - Recycling Policy.

Asked the minister: the discussions his Department has initiated with the vintners and licensed trade to encourage recycling in view of the volume of glass and bottles not recycled by same.More Button

Asked the minister: the tariffs in operation against vintners and those in the licensed trade who do not recycle the huge volume of glass bottles consumed on their premises.More Button

Asked the minister: the alcohol bottles which are not recycled by vintners and those in the licensed trade.More Button

Written Answers - Social Welfare Benefits.

Asked the minister: if she will make a statement on the changes in unemployment benefit where a worker must have 26 contributions every year to open a claim and the removal of child dependency allowances in cases where t...More Button


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