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  • PJ Coleman: How can Carlow IT be asked to merge with such a basket case? (13 hours, 23 minutes ago)
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  • Lily Turner: I believe Greyhound Racing is a 'dying' business and coupled with the large losses you have made public perhaps the track can be sold and turned into social housing? Bad press on the... (3 days, 18 hours ago)
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  • David Maher: All sounds great but according to DCU President Brian MacCraith, 80% of people with autism remain unemployed. This is all the evidence we need to know that the systems or resources are not... (2 weeks, 3 days ago)
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  • Monica Condron: Reading these question and answers one could be forgiven for thinking that the Budget 2012 pension changes are going to be reversed but as one of those protesting outside the Dáil in November... (3 weeks, 3 days ago)
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  • Frank L. Ludwig: It figures that this government supports conversion therapy (ABA) against autistic children, the last minority against whom conversion therapies are still legal. Autistic people are critical and... (24 September 2018)
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  • Johnny McElligott (Safety Before LNG): Well spoken Bríd Smith. Of Course, it must be pointed out that New Fortress Energy will be exporting fracked gas from the US and the Fracking ban also made illegal the importation of fracked... (23 September 2018)
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  • Johnny McElligott (Safety Before LNG): Three projects? I know of 2: The proposed Shannon LNG project on the Shannon Estuary (New Fortress Energy) and the proposed Next Decade (Port of Cork Floating LNG storage ship). Where is the... (23 September 2018)
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  • Johnny McElligott (Safety Before LNG): Of Course, it must be pointed out that New Fortress Energy will be exporting fracked gas from the US and the Fracking ban made illegal the importation of fracked gas into Ireland and is internal... (23 September 2018)
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  • Mary Farrell: Whilst all this peripheral outstanding legislation is connected to The Assisted Decision Making (Capacity) Act 2015 - the enactment of the main outstanding piece of this legislation, namely the... (22 September 2018)
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  • Mary Farrell: Whilst all this peripheral outstanding legislation is connected to The Assisted Decision Making (Capacity) Act 2015 - the enactment of the main outstanding piece of this legislation, namely the... (22 September 2018)
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  • PJ Coleman: The answer/question is totally unclear. The cost to whom? The state or HEIs? If the the 'student contribution' is reduced by 100 euro what would be cost to the state (don't care about this... (21 September 2018)
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  • Monica Condron: It is quite astonishing that legislation has not yet been drafted for the Interim TCA. This was announced on the 23rd January 2018 and while there were consultations on the TCA to be introduced... (19 September 2018)
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  • Gregory Beck: Hmm (3 September 2018)
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  • Benish Arslan: Hi i have submitted my application on august 2016. application is straight forward no criminal offence no conviction never been anywhere outside Ireland since 7 years but still waiting for... (25 July 2018)
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  • Paul Enright: Why is bullying behaviour not dealt with in the public service? Is it because possibly the "ROT" goes a long way up the "pole"... I can understand why so many victims of bullying consider... (23 July 2018)
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  • N R: When will this legislation be implemented, as it has been an ongoing discussion since 2015?! At least it would be an eye opener for those who get recruited with false hopes of getting into a... (23 July 2018)
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  • Sean Taniane: Does our public representatives, ie. our T.D's and our government Ministers, represent the people of Ireland or do they assume the mantle of representing the financial institutions and the... (16 July 2018)
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  • Derrick Atkinson: Hot air . (13 July 2018)
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  • Mary Farrell: error - mis-spelt Senator Mullen - apologies to the Senator. (11 July 2018)
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  • Mary Farrell: What a wasted opportunity by Ronan Mullins. The President of the High Court, Mr Justice Peter Kelly would not be so busy if the Government had set up the Decision Support Service promised to... (11 July 2018)
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  • Mary Farrell: We would like to acknowledge the fact that Deputy Donnchadh O Laoghaire mentioned the very important matter of Wards of a Court which was before the Committee recently and about which the... (5 July 2018)
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  • Mary Farrell: About what? (5 July 2018)
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  • kamil s: and please tell the minister about that comment (22 June 2018)
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  • kamil s: I think that the minimum age for getting a prepaid sim card should be 13 or 14 years old but not 18 because the teens should be able to get a sim. what i think is that all the mobile providers... (22 June 2018)
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  • Derrick Atkinson: Trump has now changed the law so families are kept together so what are babbling about . I think better you stick to supporting those that put you in office instead of critising other governments . (21 June 2018)
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