Martin, Micheál

Thursday, 8 June 2006

Dáil Eireann Debate
Vol. 621 No. 9

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Greyhound Industry (Doping Regulation) Bill 2006: Second Stage (Resumed).

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Written Answers - EU Funding.

Was asked: the level of grant aid that will be made available to SMEs and large enterprises in the Border Midland Western region between 2007 to 2013.More Button

Was asked: the transitional arrangements with regard to State aid for the Border Midland Western region 2007 to 2013.More Button

Was asked: if the mid-west region will be designated 87(3)(c), for the purpose of State aid, in the next programming period; if contiguous counties will be included; and the transitional arrangements which are e...More Button

Was asked: if the south eastern region, or part of it will be designated 87(3)(c).More Button

Was asked: if the map of designated regions here is near completion; and when same will be published.More Button

I propose to take Questions Nos. 133 to 137, inclusive, together. On 21 December 2005, the European Commission adopted new Regional Aid Guidelines for 2007-2013. The Regional Aid Guidelines govern the...More Button

Written Answers - Chemicals Regulation.

Was asked: the Government’s position on the mandatory substitution of hazardous chemicals by suitable safer alternatives where they already exist on the market; if he will report on discussions that have taken p...More Button

Was asked: if, in view of the fact that the principle of mandatory substitution was upheld by the European Parliament in November of 2005 and is used in other European legislation such as the Biocide Directive, ...More Button

Written Answers - Job Initiative.

Was asked: the duration of employment which applies to participation in community employment schemes and other job initiatives; and his views on relaxing these periods particularly if a worker is aged 50 years a...More Button

On 10 November 2004, I announced, effective from that date, there will be no compulsory lay-offs on the Job Initiative Scheme (JI). Participants who remain on JI will have their contracts renewed inde...More Button

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