Ring, Michael

Tuesday, 18 October 2005

Dáil Eireann Debate
Vol. 607 No. 97

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Written Answers - Hospital Services.

Asked the minister: her plans to introduce more MRI scanners to the public health system; if so, the amount of same; and if she will make a statement on the matter.More Button

Asked the minister: the number of MRI scanners in the public service which are in use 24 hours a day seven days a week; and if she will make a statement on the matter.More Button

Written Answers - Medical Cards.

Asked the minister: the number of persons who have been refused a medical card, for each of the past five years, on a county basis; if she will provide a listing of the categories of refusal; and if she will make a state...More Button

Asked the minister: the number of medical card holders for each of the past five years, on a county basis; the number of persons who were under the financial guidelines to qualify; and the number granted on medical grou...More Button

Written Answers - Health Service Staff.

Asked the minister: if she will provide a detailed list of the personnel within the Health Service Executive western area for the purposes of making contact for representations (details supplied).More Button

Written Answers - Hospital Waiting Lists.

Asked the minister: when a person, details supplied, in County Mayo will be called for a cataract removal operation.More Button

Written Answers - Alternative Energy Projects.

Asked the minister: the timescale that is envisaged by the Commission for Energy Regulation to complete the processing of application from wind turbine generating farms in gate 2 series of applications; and if he will ma...More Button

Asked the minister: if outstanding issues with the Energy Regulator relating to gate 1 applicants are impeding the processing of gate 2 applicants; if so, the closing date that is envisaged to have all matters relating t...More Button

Written Answers - Social Welfare Code.

Asked the minister: if he will extend the benefits of the Class S PRSI contributions to enable those contributing to receive assistance such as disability benefit or invalidity pension during an illness; and if he will m...More Button

Asked the minister: if the habitual residency regulation is legal; the contact which has been made by the EU with his Department in this regard; and if he will make a statement on the matter.More Button

Asked the minister: the number of persons who have been refused payments due to the habitual residency condition since its introduction on 1 May 2004, giving details for each social welfare payment type; and if he will m...More Button

Asked the minister: the way in which the habitual residency clause affects Irish citizens born in this country who had been living in England; and if he will make a statement on the matter.More Button

Written Answers - Driving Tests.

Asked the minister: the number of tenders received prior to the closing date of 5 September 2005 in relation to the contract to conduct driving tests advertised on his Department’s website; the estimated timeframe for th...More Button

Asked the minister: the number of applications which were received up to the closing date of 13 October 2005 in relation to the recent advertisement for contract driver testers through the Public Appointments Service; if...More Button

Written Answers - Grant Payments.

Asked the minister: when a person (details supplied) in County Mayo will receive their disadvantaged area payment.More Button

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Asked the minister: when a person (details supplied) in County Mayo will receive the grant payment for a slatted shed.More Button

Written Answers - Residency Permits.

Asked the minister: the position regarding an application for permission to remain here on the basis of parentage of an Irish-born child by a person (details supplied) in County Mayo.More Button

Written Answers - Vocational Education Committees.

Asked the minister: the cutbacks that are proposed or are taking place within the vocational educational committee; the reason for the proposed cutbacks; the number of persons who will be affected on a county basis; the ...More Button

Asked the minister: the cutbacks that are proposed or are taking place within the vocational educational committee in County Mayo; the reason for the proposed cutbacks; the number of persons who will be affected; the sav...More Button

Written Answers - Schools Building Projects.

Asked the minister: the position regarding the provision of a new secondary school in Newport, County Mayo; if an assessment has been carried out; when a decision and announcement will be made regarding whether this scho...More Button

Written Answers - Special Educational Needs.

Asked the minister: the reason a person (details supplied) in County Mayo is not receiving 3.5 hours continued resource teaching support per week as recommended by their psychologist; and if this case will be reviewed.More Button

Asked the minister: when resource hours will be restored to a person (details supplied) in their new school in County Mayo.More Button

Asked the minister: if, with regard to the special needs of a person (details supplied) in County Mayo and in view of the fact that the parents have sourced a school outside of the State, the funding which is available i...More Button


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