Wednesday, 26 October 2011
Dáil Éireann Debate
Order of Business
Central Bank (Supervision and Enforcement) Bill 2011: Second Stage (Resumed)
I am delighted to say a few words on this Bill. I welcome it and compliment the Minister on bringing it forward. However, I have some worries and reservations about it in terms of whether it goes fa...
Health Services Delivery: Motion (Resumed)
I am pleased to support the motion and compliment my colleagues in the Technical Group on bringing it forward. The Minister for Health, Deputy James Reilly, promised much as an Opposition spokesman. ...
That could be deemed to be harassment or victimisation. She told us the door was locked. We heard stories tonight of doors being locked and they should not be locked. The Minister of State proclaim...
He would not accept our words because they are in charge. The Minister, Deputy Reilly, promised many people that when he was in the Minister’s office we would not get any more letters from the HSE say...
Written Answers - FÁS Training Programmes
Asked the minister: if he will consider making amendments to the eligibility criteria for FÁS training courses, community employment schemes to ensure applicants not in receipt of a jobseeker’s allowance payment or othe...
Written Answers - Social Welfare Benefits
Written Answers - Courts Service
Asked the minister: if she has estimated or carried out a cost analysis to the State of the rising bankruptcy numbers currently in the court lists; her plans to do so; and if she will make a statement on the matter.
Written Answers - Housing Grants
Written Answers - Grant Payments
Asked the minister: when a single farm payment will be issued to a person (details supplied) in County Tipperary; the reason for the delay; the reason there is such a delay when maps were digitised last year; and if he ...
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