Gilmore, Eamon

Tuesday, 31 January 2006

Dáil Eireann Debate
Vol. 613 No. 13

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Order of Business.

The Labour Party is anxious that the Planning and Development Bill 2005 be enacted as soon as possible to provide some relief to the tens of thousands of people who are living in unfinished housing es...More Button

Is there any chance that he might have it by tomorrow?More Button

Written Answers - Accident and Emergency Services.

Asked the minister: in view of the accident and emergency crisis and the record number of patients on trolleys, the steps she will take to tackle same; her views on whether the ten-point plan for the accident and emerge...More Button

Written Answers - Hospital Hygiene.

Asked the minister: if her attention has been drawn to the criticisms from the vice president of the Irish medical organisations in relation to the second forthcoming hygiene audit of hospitals, which included concerns t...More Button

Written Answers - Local Authority Permits.

Asked the minister: if his attention has been drawn to the inconsistencies that exist between the different systems used by local authorities relating to the issuing of permits for the movement of large construction equi...More Button

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