Dáil debates

Wednesday, 18 May 2011

Adjournment Debate Matters


4:00 pm

Photo of Michael KittMichael Kitt (Galway East, Fianna Fail)

I wish to advise the House of the following matters in respect of which notice has been given under Standing Order 21 and the name of the Member in each case: (1) Deputy Tom Barry - the need to introduce regulation in respect of food labelling; (2) Deputy Jim Daly - the eligibility criteria for applicants for the position of supervisors in the new Tús programme; (3) Deputy Joe Carey - the need for any boundary extension of Limerick city to exclude any part of County Clare; (4) Deputy Gerald Nash - the need to continue to support, resource and recognise the contribution of the arts to society and the economy; (5) Deputy Dessie Ellis - the need to address the current problems in the taxi industry; (6) Deputy Dara Calleary - the need to clarify the position in relation to RAPID projects including those in Ballina, County Mayo; (7) Deputy Robert Troy - the need to provide additional funding in respect of Multyfarnham and Milltownpass community centres, County Westmeath; (8) Deputy Billy Kelleher - the funding of the Health Service Executive in respect of the nursing homes support scheme for 2011; (9) Deputy Mattie McGrath - the future plans for St. Michael's acute psychiatric unit at Clonmel hospital, County Tipperary; (10) Deputy Seamus Healy - the need to commence the bypass of Tipperary town on the N24; (11) Deputy Peter Fitzpatrick - the problem of fuel laundering in the Border counties; and (12) Deputy Martin Ferris - the need to support the proposed Shannon L.N.G project in Tarbert, County Kerry.

The matters raised by Deputies Joe Carey, Dara Calleary and Seamus Healy have been selected for discussion.


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