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Order of Business (3 Jul 2014)

Noel Coonan: We saved Shannon for Deputy Dooley.

Topical Issue Debate: Vehicle Registration (27 May 2014)

Noel Coonan: I thank the Minister for his reply. It was difficult to hear him but I am sure I will get the written version of it. The problem is somebody who wants to buy a motorhome will not hang around for two or three weeks to go through the registration process. They are going outside the country and that means business is being lost. The extended delay experienced by Donaghey Motorhomes and...

Topical Issue Debate: Vehicle Registration (27 May 2014)

Noel Coonan: I must apologise for Deputy McHugh, who cannot attend as he has been delayed in traffic. He has asked me to speak on his behalf on this matter. I thank the Ceann Comhairle for selecting this item. This is the high season for camper vans. If we look at the statistics that the Minister has supplied, we can see that their numbers are steadily declining, from a peak of 1,014 in 2009 to 126...

Leaders' Questions (27 May 2014)

Noel Coonan: Unlike the Deputy, he did not run away.

Allegations in relation to An Garda Síochána: Statements (Resumed) (26 Feb 2014)

Noel Coonan: I am glad to have the opportunity to contribute to the debate and to put on the record my absolute confidence in the Minister for Justice and Equality. He has been the most reforming and active Minister for Justice and Equality we have had for a long time. I come from Templemore, where we regularly meet members of An Garda Síochána of all ranks. I have had numerous discussions...

Order of Business (26 Feb 2014)

Noel Coonan: Get it right, unlike yesterday.

Order of Business (26 Feb 2014)

Noel Coonan: The Deputy has too much on his mind.

Order of Business (26 Feb 2014)

Noel Coonan: Deputy Mattie McGrath has too much on his mind.

Order of Business (26 Feb 2014)

Noel Coonan: Deputy Mattie McGrath would be a good judge of that.

Leaders' Questions (19 Dec 2013)

Noel Coonan: Do not forget your constituency colleague.

Leaders' Questions (18 Dec 2013)

Noel Coonan: Now Mattie; throw another sod on it.

Leaders' Questions (18 Dec 2013)

Noel Coonan: For a listener, the Deputy talks a lot.

Finance (No. 2) Bill 2013: Second Stage (Resumed) (12 Nov 2013)

Noel Coonan: In introducing the Finance (No. 2) Bill, the Minister stated the objectives of the Government over the past two and a half years were, first, the implementation, and second, the exiting of the EU-ECB-IMF bailout. In parallel with this, the Government sought to support business by creating jobs, putting people back to work and putting people into education and retraining. In the context of...

Leaders' Questions (19 Sep 2013)

Noel Coonan: Even Deputy Mattie McGrath disagrees with Deputy Seamus Healy.

Garda Síochána (Amendment) Bill 2013 [Private Members]: Second Stage (Resumed) (17 Jul 2013)

Noel Coonan: Recruits are on the street after 33 weeks.

Garda Síochána (Amendment) Bill 2013 [Private Members]: Second Stage (Resumed) (17 Jul 2013)

Noel Coonan: I would like to share time with Deputies Áine Collins, Michael McCarthy, Dan Neville, Paudie Coffey and Helen McEntee.

Garda Síochána (Amendment) Bill 2013 [Private Members]: Second Stage (Resumed) (17 Jul 2013)

Noel Coonan: I welcome the opportunity to speak on the Garda Síochána (Amendment) Bill 2013. I compliment my colleagues on the Opposition benches who have introduced this Bill and given Deputies an opportunities to debate this subject. I honestly believe the Bill is premature, however, given that a review of the operations of the Garda Síochána will be held on foot of the Haddington...

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