Adjournment Debate Matters.

Wednesday, 1 February 2006

Dáil Eireann Debate
Vol. 613 No. 44

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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 Neville — A Vision for Change, the report of the expert group on mental health policy; (2) Deputy Costello — the need for the Minister to ensure the future of the Children’s Hospital, Temple Street, by transferring it to the proposed joint campus at the Mater Hospital; (3) Deputy Penrose — the need for the Minister to accept that SI 788 of 2005 implementing the nitrates directive requires considerable amendment; (4) Deputy Bruton — the need for the Minister to approve the establishment of a new school operating the applied behaviour analysis method of teaching for Dublin’s northside; (5) Deputy Durkan — the decision by the Department to refuse one-parent family allowance to a person, details supplied, on the basis of the habitual residence condition; (6) Deputy McGinley — the urgent need to increase Garda numbers in the Lifford area due to the alarming increase in crime; (7) Deputy Moynihan-Cronin — the need for the Minister to provide funding for rape crisis centres to deal with the increased number of clients in need of these services; (8) Deputy Gogarty — whether the Minister will appoint a commissioner to carry out and have full responsibility for the functions of Fingal County Council; (9) Deputy Cowley — whether the Minister will indicate when regulations on practitioners in alternative medicine will be put in place in the interest of public safety; (10) Deputies Healy and Hayes — the need to prioritise Carrick-on-Suir for job creation in view of the ongoing serious level of unemployment in the town; (11) Deputy Deenihan — the Minister’s plans in light of the recent announcement of the closure of Glen Dimplex factory in Tralee, County Kerry resulting in the loss of 70 jobs; and (12) Deputy Michael Smith — whether the Minister will ensure that [1634]the HSE approves enhanced accident and emergency, laboratory facilities and CAT scanning services for the County Hospital, Nenagh.

The matters raised by Deputies Neville, Moynihan-Cronin, Healy and Hayes, and Michael Smith have been selected for discussion.

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