Dáil debates

Wednesday, 7 March 2012

3:00 pm

Photo of Michael KittMichael Kitt (Galway East, Fianna Fail)
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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 27A and the name of the Member in each case: (1) Deputy Mary Mitchell O'Connor - the need to investigate and mandate a comprehensive regulation system of Irish cosmetic surgery clinics; (2) Deputy Shane Ross - the staffing cuts inflicted on Holy Cross national school, Dundrum, Dublin; (3) Deputy Patrick O'Donovan - the future participation of Irish citizens who are overseas in referendums and elections; (4) Deputies Joanna Tuffy, Robert Troy, Maureen O'Sullivan and Pádraig Mac Lochlainn - human rights abuses in Pakistan; (5) Deputy Kevin Humphreys - the proposed incinerator at Poolbeg, Dublin; (6) Deputy Michael McCarthy - the steps being taken to ensure the outbreak of a new animal disease in England will not spread here; (7) Deputy Michael Healy-Rae - the establishment of Irish Water; (8) Deputy Eoghan Murphy - the proposed incinerator at Poolbeg, Dublin; (9) Deputy Mary Lou McDonald - the loss of 41 long-term care beds in St. Mary's Hospital in the Phoenix Park, Dublin; (10) Deputy Seamus Healy - the loss of eight teaching posts at Presentation primary school, Carrick-on Suir, County Tipperary; (11) Deputy Robert Dowds - the industrial dispute at Eddie Stobart hauliers, Ballymun, Dublin; (12) Deputy Seán Crowe - the impact on the ending of the bin waiver on the 31 March for 18,000 Greyhound customers in the South Dublin County Council area; (13) Deputy Derek Keating - the recent HIQA report on Ballydowd special care unit, County Dublin; (14) Deputy Timmy Dooley - the recent publication of the Booz report and its implication for the three State airports; (15) Deputy Pearse Doherty - the positive implications for the Irish economy from securing a deal on the Anglo Irish promissory note; (16) Deputy Barry Cowen - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's uncompromising message on Iran's nuclear programme; (17) Deputy Mick Wallace - the need to voice concerns about Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's message yesterday on Iran's nuclear programme; (18) Deputy Mattie McGrath - the loss of eight teachers from Presentation primary school in Carrick-on-Suir, County Tipperary; (19) Deputy Joan Collins - the need for provision of cardiac and cancer services at Our Lady's Hospital for Sick Children, Crumlin, Dublin; (20) Deputy Peter Mathews - the need for Governor Honohan to raise at tomorrow's meeting of the governing council of the ECB the need for a write-off of the emergency liquidity assistance provided by the Central Bank of Ireland to IBRC; (21) Deputy Richard Boyd Barrett - the proposal to transfer 2,000 residential units from NAMA to local authorities for leasing; (22) Deputy Dessie Ellis - funding for the completion of the Ballymun regeneration project, Dublin; (23) Deputy Anthony Lawlor - the need to address the current level of Garda resources in County Kildare; (24) Deputy Olivia Mitchell - the need to include graduate but unregistered architects in the JobBridge scheme.

The matters raised by Deputies Olivia Mitchell, Joanna Tuffy, Robert Troy, Maureen O'Sullivan, Pádraig Mac Lochlainn, Mary Lou McDonald and Timmy Dooley have been selected for discussion and will be taken now.

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