Martin, Micheál

Wednesday, 19 October 2005

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 608 No. 68

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Ceisteanna — Questions - Regulatory Reform.

Sinn Féin would have a different form of regulation.More Button

Order of Business.

It is too early to say.More Button

We lost out on a few all-Ireland tickets because of it.More Button

The dioxin levels have decreased by 20%.More Button

They have decreased by 20% in Cork Harbour.More Button

The Deputy should get perspective.More Button

No. The Deputy cannot distort the EPA figures.More Button

The Deputy did not even vote for sewage treatment.More Button

Quarterly National Household Survey: Statements.

I welcome the opportunity to address the House on the quarterly national household survey results. It is important sometimes to reflect on our achievements and to pause for a moment to understand what...More Button

The figures from the latest quarterly national household survey are marked proof of the effectiveness of Government policies in the areas of employment and the labour market. Our recent economic succe...More Button

Those are the recommendations in the report.More Button

Written Answers - Employment Action Plan.

Was asked: if he will examine the Pathways projects currently funded by FÁS and operating in Counties Kerry, Waterford and Kildare with a view to providing the resources for them to be available more widely; and...More Button

Written Answers - Departmental Expenditure.

Was asked: the total amount paid to a consultancy company (details supplied) since 1997; the details of each of the contracts and services provided; the nature of controls applied in the procurement process; and...More Button

Was asked: the total amount paid to a consultancy company (details supplied) since 1997; the details of each of the contracts and services provided; the nature of controls applied in the procurement process; and...More Button

I propose to take Questions Nos. 218 and 219 together. My Department has no record of entering into any contracts with Accenture during the period in question. The Department has identified the follow...More Button

Written Answers - Work Permits.

Was asked: the position with an application for a work permit in respect of a person (details supplied) in County Westmeath; and if he will make a statement on the matter.More Button

The work permit section of my Department has informed me that a work permit issued to the above named individual on 16 October 2003 and was valid until 15 October 2004. There is no record of any furth...More Button

Written Answers - Job Creation.

Was asked: the number of jobs in the services industry which have been created in Clondalkin and Lucan for the period 2002, 2003, 2004 and 2005.More Button

Was asked: the number of manufacturing jobs which have been lost in Clondalkin and Lucan for the period 2002, 2003, 2004 and 2005.More Button

Was asked: the number of manufacturing jobs which have been created in Lucan and Clondalkin for the period 2002, 2003, 2004 and 2005.More Button

Was asked: the number of jobs in the services industry which have been lost in Clondalkin and Lucan for the period 2002, 2003, 2004 and 2005.More Button

I propose to take Questions Nos. 221 to 224, inclusive, together. A breakdown of employment figures by area in the Dublin region is not available. The tables attached give an outline of employment gai...More Button

Written Answers - Work Permits.

Was asked: the position regarding the work status of non-nationals who require a visa in the time period between having married an Irish citizen and being granted naturalisation; and if he will make a statement ...More Button

Nationals from outside the European Economic Area or Switzerland, in the category referred to by the Deputy, may be permitted to work in Ireland provided the employee is granted a work permit.More Button


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