Thursday, 20 October 2005
Dáil Eireann Debate
Order of Business.
Statute Law Revision (Pre-1922) Bill 2004 [Seanad]: Second Stage.
This legislative pruning is necessary and will not be opposed by the Green Party. While we have the opportunity to debate the Bill, we should at least take that opportunity to examine what we are cons...
I would not be surprised with any idea he comes up with. Not only is the language content of these Bills offensive to modern vernacular, but the titles of some of them are also quite surprising. The I...
Written Answers - Garda Disciplinary Proceedings.
Asked the minister: if he will be taking action, as provided for in the Garda Síochána Act 2005, calling the Garda Commissioner, Noel Conroy, to account for his failure to carry through his commitment to transfer five ga...
Written Answers - Departmental Funding.
Asked the minister: if he will provide details of all funding made available by him to groups providing support services to victims of violence against women from when he became Minister to date; his plans to increase th...
Written Answers - Swimming Pool Projects.
Asked the minister: and Tourism if a formal application has been made to his Department by Cork City Council for funding to improve a swimming pool (details supplied); when such an application was made; and the status of...
Written Answers - Refugee Support.
Asked the minister: if his attention has been drawn to the first guide which has been produced in Cork advising child care providers all over Munster on the way in which to support the children of asylum seekers and refu...
Written Answers - Asylum Applications.
Asked the minister: the reason no decision has been made regarding a person (details supplied) who has been seeking humanitarian leave to remain here but has not received news on this request for over three years.
Written Answers - Departmental Programmes.
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