Blaney, Neil T.C.

Wednesday, 12 June 1968

Seanad Eireann Debate
Vol. 65 No. 4

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Fishery Harbour Centres Bill, 1967: Second Stage.

The Government's intention to develop the major fishery harbour centres provided for in this Bill was originally set out in the Programme for Economic Expansion and details of the development plans we...More Button

The last speaker has to some degree answered in a very definite way some of the criticism, badly founded, made by other speakers. However, I shall leave that general issue aside for the moment. In rep...More Button

I will take you back to the Nova Scotia thing and where it emanated from, but I want to say that it has been said that the Department of Agriculture and Fisheries is the biggest failure as regards lac...More Button

You would not obviously know the difference between national policy and day-to-day operations. This would be a day-to-day operation of my colleague, the Minister for Transport and Power.More Button

In so far as Castletownbere is concerned, for the information of the Senator from the south, Cork County Council did not want Castletownbere and when they had it, they were not doing anything with it.More Button

I do not mind passing graveyards, whistling or otherwise.More Button

Indeed I have not.More Button

I will, if the Chair will allow me about 15 minutes more.More Button

I have not finished.More Button

I decidedly said that I had not finished.More Button

I must bow to the ruling of the Chair, but the Chair has not ruled and I do not know what to do.More Button

Another ten minutes, provided there are no major interruptions.More Button

About Nova Scotia, in my haste to get finished, I neglected to say that the difference between Nova Scotia and people who formulate the co-op movement here is that apparently they have workers who put...More Button

I thought we had lost the Senator Professor because I had not seen him for such a long time. I was glad to hear that he was willing to give the co-op a trial. Too often the attitude is to talk about i...More Button

The situation seems to be that there is a group of people, with whom I feel that you are closely in line, who will do anything, provided somebody else is prepared to do the work and you do not mind ta...More Button

To get further on, I will try to answer some of the other queries which were raised. Fish, it has been suggested, should be sold at the port of landing; but I thought that I had already made it fairly...More Button


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