Minihan, John

Tuesday, 23 May 2006

Seanad Eireann Debate
Vol. 183 No. 101

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Death of Staff Member: Expressions of Sympathy.

I join with previous speakers in extending the sympathy of the Progressive Democrats to Breda Courtney’s family and her work colleagues on her sudden death. A sudden death is a shock for everyone, but...More Button

Order of Business.

I join with Senator Brian Hayes in congratulating the Garda Síochána and the Minister for Justice, Equality and Law Reform on the stance taken last week in difficult circumstances. The situation could...More Button

It should also be acknowledged how much we have improved in processing such applications. There is always room for improvement, however, and if there are lessons to be learned from what occurred last ...More Button

They were ambassadors in their own right.More Button

It was a unique occasion.More Button

There were lessons to be learned from that occasion as regards community policing and crowd control when we saw how the civic authorities in Cardiff worked and the Munster supporters behaved themselve...More Button

I wish to thank the lady Members for having a red day in the Chamber today. I join with Senator O’Toole in welcoming the fact that the Australian Prime Minister, Mr. Howard, is here today.More Button

He welcomed the fact that Mr. Howard is here today. We should engage in the parliamentary process. Regardless of one’s views on any particular individual, the Office of the Australian Prime Minister m...More Button

Lone Parents: Statements.

I welcome the Minister and thank him for his address to the House. It is noteworthy that many of today’s policy debates correctly place the emphasis on the target or beneficiary of the policy. Child-c...More Button

Road Safety Authority Bill 2004: Committee Stage.

Amendment put.
No IndicatorVoted No More Button


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