Topical Issue Matters

Wednesday, 5 October 2011

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 742 No. 3

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An Leas-Cheann Comhairle: Information on Michael Kitt  Zoom on Michael Kitt  I wish to advise the House of the following matters in respect of which notice has been given under Standing Order 27A and the name of the Member in each case: (1) Deputy Noel Harrington — the construction of the Bantry bypass; (2) Deputies Joe Higgins, Joan Collins, Clare Daly and Richard Boyd Barrett — the jailing of Ms Teresa Treacy; (3) Deputy Derek Nolan — the ongoing problems in the emergency department at University College Hospital, Galway; (4) Deputy Mattie McGrath — the future of Kickham Barracks, Clonmel; (5) Deputy Dan Neville — the 4% increase in presentations at hospital due to deliberate self harm; (6) Deputy Derek Keating — the provision of bus services to the people of west and south west Dublin; (7) Deputy Michael McCarthy — the need for a fairer distribution of resources to west Cork under the local and community development programme; (8) Deputy Brian Stanley — the problem of distressed home loans acquired through local authorities; (9) Deputy Pearse Doherty — the cost of the Anglo Irish Bank and the Irish Nationwide promissory note to the taxpayer and its impact on the Government deficit, debt and spending targets; (10) Deputy Joe Costello — the need for the Minister for Defence to take responsibility for the security of the commander-in-chief at Áras an Uachtaráin; (11) Deputy Séamus Healy — the publication of the report of the special delivery unit on the Mid-Western Regional Hospital, Limerick; (12) Deputy Pat Breen — the need to have a sub-office of the vocational education committee in Ennis, County Clare; (13) Deputy Willie O’Dea — the delay in publishing the full report into the Air Corps PC-9 crash in Connemara in 2009; (14) Deputy Billy Kelleher — the possible loss of up to 1,000 jobs at Aviva Insurance; (15) Deputy Brendan Smith — the need to increase the student contribution fee; (16) Deputy Mick Wallace — the use of NAMA-controlled housing units for the benefit of those on housing waiting lists; and (17) Deputy Brendan Griffin — the problem of cigarette smuggling and the related cost to the Exchequer.

The matters raised by Deputies Joe Higgins, Joan Collins, Clare Daly and Richard Boyd Barrett; Brendan Griffin; Billy Kelleher; and Derek Nolan have been selected for discussion.


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