Adjournment Debate Matters.

Tuesday, 22 November 2005

Dáil Eireann Debate
Vol. 610 No. 103

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An Leas-Cheann Comhairle: Information on Séamus Pattison  Zoom on Séamus Pattison  I wish to advise the House of the following matters in respect of which notice has been given under Standing Order 21 and the name of the Member in each case: (1) Deputy Broughan — the need to ensure a dedicated comprehensive marine and fisheries department that remains independent and coherent; (2) Deputy Eamon Ryan — if the Minister will outline the proposed role for Mr. Barry McSweeney with regard to the proposed new Energy Research Council; (3) Deputy Howlin — the urgent need for the Minister to grant school transport facilities to post primary students in Blackwater, County Wexford; (4) Deputy Cowley — to ask the Minister if he is satisfied with the manner in which a private prosecution for dangerous driving was dealt with; (5) Deputy Burton — the situation whereby children with severe disabilities from Scoil Mochua in Clondalkin are unable to access the facilities of the National Aquatic Centre; (6) Deputy Boyle — the Minister’s views on the leaked contents of the letter written to her by Cork based consultant Dr. Seamus O’Reilly; (7) Deputy Sherlock — the need for the Minister to amend the nursing home subvention scheme under Section 22(3) of the Nursing Home Regulations 1993; (8) Deputy Wall — the Minister’s response to the observations and conclusions of a recent Economic and Social Research Institute report; (9) Deputies Perry, Harkin and Devins — if the Minister intends to travel to Sligo to open negotiations with Tractech in response to its announcement to close operations at Finisklin; (10) Deputy Michael D. Higgins — the need for the Minster to publish a report on the health, safety and basic conditions of Traveller halting sites; (11) Deputy Deenihan — the unacceptable state of cancer services in County Kerry; (12) Deputy Naughten — the need for the Minister to outline the reason Teagasc ignored an offer from a local development group to purchase the research centre in Ballinamore, County Leitrim contravening a [1099]prior commitment by her; and (13) Deputy Allen — the disturbing contents of a letter sent to the Minister from Dr. Séamus O’Reilly, consultant oncologist, outlining the crisis in cancer care in the Munster region and the ongoing delays in rolling out the national breast cancer screening programme in Munster.

The matters raised by Deputies Sherlock, Perry, Harkin and Devins, and Howlin have been selected for debate.


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