Dáil debates

Tuesday, 26 June 2018

4:35 pm

Photo of Pat GallagherPat Gallagher (Donegal, 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 29A and the name of the Member in each case: (1) Deputy James Browne - to discuss delays in approving the pathfinder programme for young people with mental health problems; (2) Deputies Eugene Murphy, Charlie McConalogue, Eamon Scanlon, Pat Casey, Declan Breathnach, Michael Moynihan, Brendan Smith, Lisa Chambers, Margaret Murphy O'Mahony, Mattie McGrath and Niamh Smyth - to bring forward the grass cutting date on traditional hay meadows under the green low-carbon agri-environment scheme, GLAS, to allow farmers to avail of the good weather to save fodder; (3) Deputy John Brassil - to discuss the sanction for a pilot drug reimbursement scheme for Ocrevus for primary progressive multiple sclerosis, PPMS, patients; (4) Deputy Michael Harty - the need to review psychiatric service resources in west Clare; (5) Deputy Maurice Quinlivan - to discuss the lack of child psychiatry resources in the Limerick early intervention service; (6) Deputies Pat Buckley, Jonathan O'Brien, Mick Barry and Donnchadh Ó Laoghaire - to discuss the ongoing issues for residents at the Leeside Apartments, Bachelors Quay, Cork; (7) Deputy Fiona O'Loughlin - the delays in granting homecare packages; (8) Deputy Mary Butler - to ask the Minister for Education and Skills the measures his Department is taking to deal with the enrolment crisis in St. Declan's Community College, Kilmacthomas, County Waterford in the short term and the long term; (9) Deputies John Curran and Gino Kenny - the issue of cyberbullying and bullying and examining the Non-Fatal Offences Against the Person Act 1997 with a view to amending section 5 to include cyberbullying and persistent bullying as an offence; (10) Deputy Jackie Cahill - the need for a traffic management plan in the Thurles area; (11) Deputy Aindrias Moynihan - to discuss the need to prioritise the wastewater and sewage scheme for Coachford, County Cork; (12) Deputy Brian Stanley - to discuss with the Minister the plan for St. Francis School, Portlaoise, which is to be proposed to be situated on the site of former St. Paul's primary school, Borris Road, Portlaoise; (13) Deputy Richard Boyd Barrett - the funding crisis of the UNRWA in Palestine; (14) Deputy Michael McGrath - to ask the Minister for Finance when all outstanding claims associated with the collapse of Setanta Insurance in 2014 will be paid in full; (15) Deputy James Lawless - to ask the Minister for Education and Skills the present status of the two post-primary schools under construction on the shared campus in Maynooth ,the impediments regarding same; when the schools will be in a position to develop this facility to the next phase; and if he will make a statement on the matter; (16) Deputy Louise O'Reilly - to discuss the need to immediately implement Action 2.1 of A Healthy Weight for All: Obesity Policy and Action Plan 2016-2025; and (17) Deputy Paul Murphy - the ongoing industrial dispute at Lloyds Pharmacy.

The matters raised by Deputies Browne, Harty, Aindrias Moynihan and Cahill have been selected for discussion.