McManus, Liz

Tuesday, 16 May 2006

Dáil Eireann Debate
Vol. 619 No. 20

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Ceisteanna — Questions - Programme for Government.

Enormous what?More Button

The Government has reduced the numbers.More Button

It is in the programme.More Button

It does not.More Button

I know what is and is not the truth.More Button

It does not mean we do not need more beds.More Button

The Government closed them down.More Button

We have fewer now.More Button

I am talking about the time since 1997.More Button

Let him tell the truth. He has closed down community beds since 1997.More Button

He is more courteous than I am.More Button

Leaders’ Questions.

Would the Tánaiste and Minister for Health and Children like to comment on this?More Button

Order of Business.

The only difficulty for the Committee on Health and Children is that it is often dependent on the Opposition to achieve a quorum because the Members from the Government side do not turn up.More Button

There are two items I wish to raise——More Button

No community has suffered more than the haemophiliac community. It is still waiting for justice. It is seven years since the hepatitis C and HIV compensation——More Button

——tribunal (amendment) Bill was to be published. I ask the Taoiseach to ensure that the Bill is delivered before the House rises for the summer, in the interest of those who have suffered. Last month ...More Button

Written Answers - National Drugs Strategy.

Asked the minister: the latest expected date for publication of the report of the rehabilitation working group established as the fifth pillar of the National Drugs Strategy; if he has met with members of the group to di...More Button

Written Answers - Road Network.

Asked the minister: if he will expand on his recent comments that there has been a sustained increase in national roads investment in the Border Midland Western region over the second half of the National Development Pla...More Button

Written Answers - Health Service Staff.

Asked the minister: the number of EMTs who are currently employed in 2006; the number employed in the years 2004 and 2005; and when the cap on staffing of ambulances will be lifted.More Button

Written Answers - Health Services.

Asked the minister: the amount which was spent for the hire of private ambulances in the mid west Health Service Executive region for 2004, 2005 and to date in 2006.More Button

Written Answers - Schools Recognition.

Asked the minister: the reason she deferred the decision to give official recognition to a school (details supplied) in County Wicklow on 21 April 2006 when she gave six other schools recognition on that date; when offic...More Button

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