Dáil debates

Tuesday, 6 December 2005

4:00 pm

Photo of Rory O'HanlonRory O'Hanlon (Cavan-Monaghan, Ceann Comhairle)
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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 Lynch — the Minister's plans to resolve the problems facing parents of students attending or hoping to attend Coláiste an Chroí Naofa, Carraig na bhFear, County Cork; (2) Deputy Fleming — if the Minister will ensure that funding is provided for a CT scanner at the Midlands Regional Hospital, Portlaoise; (3) Deputy Sherlock — if the Minister for Agriculture and Food will account for the position she adopted in regard to the recent negotiations on the EU sugar regime; (4) Deputy Walsh — the Minister's views on a commitment given to the Dáil to invite tenders for decentralisation offices in Clonakilty before the end of November 2005; (5) Deputy Hayes — if the Minister will clarify her intentions in respect of the EU compensation package of €145 million to Irish beet farmers; (6) Deputy Pat Breen — to ask the Minister the situation with regard to a number of sewerage schemes in County Clare (details supplied); (7) Deputy Crawford — to ask the Minister and the Health Service Executive to fully examine the protocol and management structures in the Cavan-Monaghan hospital group; (8) Deputy Ring — if the Minister will provide the funding for a proposed day care centre in Westport, County Mayo (details supplied); (9) Deputy Cowley — the need for the Minister to intervene to save the jobs of 100 people who work at the Department of Agriculture and Food at Davitt House, Castlebar, County Mayo; (10) Deputy Naughten — if the Minister will amend the nitrates action plan in light of the impact that such rules will have on pig and poultry producers; (11) Deputy Catherine Murphy — the Minister's views on the poor level of customer service provided to Irish Rail passengers where informing of changes in service or delays in service are concerned; and (12) Deputy Costello — the need for the Minister to explain why Afghan nationals seeking asylum in Ireland are refused.

The matters raised by Deputies Fleming, Sherlock, Hayes and Naughten have been selected for discussion.