Oireachtas Joint and Select Committees

Wednesday, 8 May 2019

  • Committee on Budgetary Oversight (0 speeches)
    Tháinig an Roghchoiste le chéile ag 14:00 The Select Committee met at 14:00 COMHALTAÍ A BHÍ I LÁTHAIR / MEMBERS PRESENT: Teachtaí Dála / Deputies...
    • Business of Select Committee (1 speech)
      No apologies have been received so far. Today the select committee will meet representatives of the National Competitiveness Council to discuss its latest published report entitled, Cost of...
    • Cost of Doing Business in Ireland: National Competitiveness Council (38 speeches)
      Before we begin, I remind members and witnesses to turn off their mobile phones as interference affects the sound quality of the recording. I welcome Professor Peter Clinch, Chair, Dr. Marie...
  • Committee on Public Petitions (0 speeches)
    Tháinig an Comhchoiste le chéile ag 14:30 The Joint Committee met at 14:30 COMHALTAÍ A BHÍ I LÁTHAIR / MEMBERS PRESENT: Teachtaí Dála / Deputies...
    • Business of Joint Committee (5 speeches)
      Clerk to the Committee: The Chairman, Deputy Sherlock, has given notice that he will be unavoidably absent from this committee meeting. In that case, according to Standing Orders, the joint...
    • Fermoy Weir: Discussion (108 speeches)
      I remind members, delegates and those in the Visitors Gallery to turn off their mobile phones as they interfere with the sound and broadcasting systems, even when left in silent mode. I welcome...
    • Decisions on Public Petitions Received (1 speech)
      Petition No. P0007/19 is in the name of Professor Terence Duffy. It is proposed to forward a copy of the response received from the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade to the petitioner and...
  • Joint Oireachtas Committee on Children and Youth Affairs (0 speeches)
    Tháinig an Comhchoiste le chéile ag 14:00 The Joint Committee met at 14:00 COMHALTAÍ A BHÍ I LÁTHAIR / MEMBERS PRESENT: Teachtaí Dála / Deputies...
    • Business of Joint Committee (1 speech)
      Apologies have been received from Deputies Lisa Chambers and Sherlock. I propose that we go into private session to deal with housekeeping matters. Is that agreed? Agreed.
    • Women's Aid Impact Report 2018: Discussion (65 speeches)
      I welcome members, and also viewers who may be watching proceedings on Oireachtas TV, to the public session of the Oireachtas Joint Committee on Children and Youth Affairs. The purpose of the...
    • Children's Rights Alliance Report Card 2019: Discussion (44 speeches)
      I again welcome members, and viewers who may be watching proceedings on Oireachtas TV, to the public session of the Oireachtas Joint Committee on Children and Youth Affairs. Our second session is...
  • Joint Oireachtas Committee on Health (0 speeches)
    Tháinig an Comhchoiste le chéile ag 11:00 The Joint Committee met at 11:00 COMHALTAÍ A BHÍ I LÁTHAIR / MEMBERS PRESENT: Teachtaí Dála / Deputies...
  • Joint Oireachtas Committee on Justice, Defence and Equality (0 speeches)
    Tháinig an Comhchoiste le chéile ag 09:00 The Joint Committee met at 09:00 COMHALTAÍ A BHÍ I LÁTHAIR / MEMBERS PRESENT: Teachtaí Dála / Deputies...
    • Business of Joint Committee (1 speech)
      As we have a quorum, we will commence in public session. I thank Senator Mark Daly for allowing us to secure a quorum to commence our business. I remind members to switch off their mobile...
    • Garda Oversight and Accountability: Garda Síochána Ombudsman Commission (125 speeches)
      We are in public session. The purpose of this morning's meeting is to meet with the Garda Síochána Ombudsman Commission for a general update on its work in the area of Garda oversight...
  • Seanad Committee on the Withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union (0 speeches)
    Tháinig an Comhchoiste le chéile ag 14:00 The Joint Committee met at 14:00 COMHALTAÍ A BHÍ I LÁTHAIR / MEMBERS PRESENT: Teachtaí Dála / Deputies...
    • Engagement on Citizenship Rights (25 speeches)
      I remind Senators to ensure their mobile phones are switched off. This important because the use of such devices can cause serious problems for broadcasting, editorial and sound staff. As there...