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Seanad: National Treasury Management Agency (Amendment) Bill 2014: Committee and Remaining Stages (17 Jul 2014)

Marie Moloney: Senator Barrett, is the amendment being pressed?

Seanad: National Treasury Management Agency (Amendment) Bill 2014: Committee and Remaining Stages (17 Jul 2014)

Marie Moloney: Senator Reilly, is the amendment being pressed?

Seanad: National Treasury Management Agency (Amendment) Bill 2014: Committee and Remaining Stages (17 Jul 2014)

Marie Moloney: Amendments Nos. 7, 8 and 16 are related and may be discussed together by agreement. Is that agreed? Agreed.

Seanad: Business of Seanad (17 Jul 2014)

Marie Moloney: Is that agreed? Agreed.

Seanad: Business of Seanad (17 Jul 2014)

Marie Moloney: The Leader can do that on Committee Stage of that Bill.

Seanad: National Treasury Management Agency (Amendment) Bill 2014: Committee and Remaining Stages (17 Jul 2014)

Marie Moloney: I welcome the Minister of State, Deputy Simon Harris, to the House and extend my congratulations to him on his appointment.

Seanad: National Treasury Management Agency (Amendment) Bill 2014: Committee and Remaining Stages (17 Jul 2014)

Marie Moloney: Amendments Nos. 1 to 4, inclusive, are related and may be discussed together, by agreement. Is that agreed? Agreed.

Seanad: Strategic Banking Corporation of Ireland Bill 2014: Committee Stage (17 Jul 2014)

Marie Moloney: Amendments Nos. 5 and 7 are related and may be discussed together by agreement.

Seanad: Strategic Banking Corporation of Ireland Bill 2014: Committee Stage (17 Jul 2014)

Marie Moloney: Amendments Nos. 5 and 7 are related and may be discussed together by agreement.

Seanad: Eye Care: Motion (16 Jul 2014)

Marie Moloney: As no other Senators are offering to speak I call on the Minister to respond.

Seanad: Adjournment Matters: Cancer Screening Programmes (15 Jul 2014)

Marie Moloney: I thank the Minister for his reply. Can he give an indication as to when we should expect the extension of the scheme to this particular age group? I very much welcome the advances in the cancer screening regime, which is having a significant impact in terms of earlier detections. The diabetic retinal screening programme that was launched last year is another welcome development. I...

Seanad: Adjournment Matters: Cancer Screening Programmes (15 Jul 2014)

Marie Moloney: I welcome the Minister and congratulate him on taking up his new portfolio. Many are inclined to forget that he is a qualified GP. However, I do not do so because he graduated on the same day as my son. I know he will have a good grasp of the health portfolio. Many years ago I was actively involved in a campaign to have the BreastCheck service rolled out to the southern region,...

Seanad: Civil Registration (Amendment) Bill 2014: Second Stage (15 Jul 2014)

Marie Moloney: I welcome the Tánaiste to the House. She was here last week with the Social Welfare and Pensions Bill but it seemed to end so quickly. She disappeared and we did not have a chance to congratulate her on her new position. I am pleased the Tánaiste has chosen to stay on in the Department of Social Protection because she is a very good Minister for Social Protection. Now she has a...

Seanad: Competition and Consumer Protection Bill 2014: Committee Stage (10 Jul 2014)

Marie Moloney: That is democracy.

Seanad: Business of Seanad (8 Jul 2014)

Marie Moloney: We will watch the monitor.

Seanad: Business of Seanad (8 Jul 2014)

Marie Moloney: Could it possibly be earlier?

Seanad: Housing (Miscellaneous Provisions) Bill 2014: Committee Stage (8 Jul 2014)

Marie Moloney: I would be greatly concerned by the inclusion of this amendment to have local authorities sourcing the houses. I have come across a case in which a tenant in a private house was in receipt of rent supplement and the landlord agreed to enter the leasing scheme in respect of the house. However, the local authority told the tenant that even though she was living in it, she might not be the...

Seanad: Housing (Miscellaneous Provisions) Bill 2014: Committee Stage (8 Jul 2014)

Marie Moloney: I want to put on record that the Minister of State announced a second tranche of funding for housing voids today. That means 1,000 houses will be refurbished and let which is in addition to earlier funding for 900 houses. I pay tribute to her for putting the funding in place and hope that she will continue to do so.

Seanad: Housing (Miscellaneous Provisions) Bill 2014: Committee Stage (8 Jul 2014)

Marie Moloney: People in receipt of the housing assistance payment, HAP, will not have to have Garda clearance whereas applicants for social housing and the rental accommodation system, RAS, do. Does the Minister of State have proposals to introduce Garda vetting to the HAP? Some of those housed by local authorities will have to have Garda vetting but others will not.

Seanad: Regulation (EU) No. 603/2013 on the Establishment of Eurodac: Motion (3 Jul 2014)

Marie Moloney: Does the Minister wish to respond?

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