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Leaders' Questions (Resumed) (12 Apr 2017)

Martin Ferris: Answer the questions.

Leaders' Questions (Resumed) (12 Apr 2017)

Martin Ferris: Answer the questions.

Leaders' Questions (11 Apr 2017)

Martin Ferris: The Taoiseach is a disgrace.

Written Answers — Department of Children and Youth Affairs: School Funding (11 Apr 2017)

Martin Ferris: 807. To ask the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs the number of schools in County Kerry, both secondary and primary, that have been affected by the cut to the counselling grant. [17728/17]

Written Answers — Department of Children and Youth Affairs: School Funding (11 Apr 2017)

Martin Ferris: 808. To ask the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs the amount which was allocated to schools in County Kerry for counselling in each of the years, 2011 to 2016, inclusive. [17729/17]

Written Answers — Department of Children and Youth Affairs: School Funding (11 Apr 2017)

Martin Ferris: 809. To ask the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs the reason the counselling grant is being cut; and the detail of the replacement payment in this regard. [17730/17]

Questions on Promised Legislation (6 Apr 2017)

Martin Ferris: In January of this year, a woman by the name of Trish Flavin died suddenly leaving five children - twins aged five, a boy aged six and two girls aged 11 and 16. Her husband and I would argue strongly that this was a consequence of them being the victim of the tracker mortgage scandal. In 2016, they received an eviction notice and repossession order from the Bank of Ireland. On 14 February,...

Written Answers — Department of Public Expenditure and Reform: State Properties (21 Mar 2017)

Martin Ferris: 634. To ask the Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform if he will provide a list of all State properties sold in County Kerry between 2011 and February 2017; and the valuation of each at the time of sale. [13642/17]

Topical Issue Debate: Post Office Closures (8 Mar 2017)

Martin Ferris: Several weeks ago, Sinn Féin put down a vote of no confidence in the Government. Today’s report from the Minister shows how right we were. This is a Government which has no responsibility for the workings of a network which has served this country for decades. Rural Ireland is in irreversible decline because this and successive Governments have neglected to look after it. They...

Topical Issue Debate: Post Office Closures (8 Mar 2017)

Martin Ferris: If 80 rural post offices are to close as reported, it would be a national scandal and it has to be resisted. I would like to think that the Minister of State, Deputy Ring, who comes from a rural community in one of the most western parts of our country, would have a full understanding of the value of post offices and the life link it is for rural areas. Over recent years we have seen the...

Written Answers — Department of Health: Medical Card Administration (8 Mar 2017)

Martin Ferris: 72. To ask the Minister for Health the data collection processes that exist in respect of the return of medical cards following death; the number of medical cards that were returned and cancelled as a result of patient death in each of the past five years; the number of death certificates signed by general practitioners in respect of GMS patients; the number of medical cards that were not...

Written Answers — Department of Health: Health Services Funding (8 Mar 2017)

Martin Ferris: 112. To ask the Minister for Health the investment required in the Health Service Executive, HSE, information technology budget to bring it up to the OECD average; the projects that are being held up as a result of lower levels of investment in the HSE information technology budget; the investment that would be required in HSE information technology in order to modernise and bring benefits to...

Written Answers — Department of Health: Hospital Waiting Lists (7 Mar 2017)

Martin Ferris: 621. To ask the Minister for Health when a person (details supplied) can expect to have a cataract operation at Cork University Hospital. [11956/17]

Questions on Promised Legislation (2 Mar 2017)

Martin Ferris: Regarding the serious concerns within the Irish Greyhound Owners and Breeders Federation, when will adequate and independent testing for doping and adequate sanction for those found guilty of same be introduced? When will the implementation of the Indecon report take place? When can we expect the Greyhound Industry Bill to come before the House?

Written Answers — Department of Health: Hospital Appointments Status (2 Mar 2017)

Martin Ferris: 212. To ask the Minister for Health when a person (details supplied) will receive appropriate inpatient treatment at a facility suitable for children. [10949/17]

Questions on Promised Legislation (22 Feb 2017)

Martin Ferris: In 2015 a 40-bed long-stay rehabilitation unit was completed in Deer Lodge in Killarney and in 2014 a four-bed high-observation unit was completed in University Hospital Kerry but to date, those two units lie empty. I am told the reason they lie empty is due to a lack of staff to run these units. When will the Government and the Minister for Health make funding available to have those two...

Written Answers — Department of Health: Nursing Home Beds Data (21 Feb 2017)

Martin Ferris: 385. To ask the Minister for Health the capacity of each community hospital in County Kerry; the number of beds that are occupied and vacant respectively, at present; the staff numbers in each community hospital for each of the years 2013 to 2016; the future potential for extra capacity in Kerry community hospitals, in tabular form; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [8057/17]

Written Answers — Department of Health: Respite Care Services Availability (21 Feb 2017)

Martin Ferris: 504. To ask the Minister for Health the number of respite beds and their locations in counties Cork and Kerry; the number of residential places for persons with intellectual disabilities available in County Kerry as of February 2017; the number of places available for each year from 2007; the number of persons on the County Kerry emergency respite list as of February 2017; the figures for...

Confidence in Government: Motion (15 Feb 2017)

Martin Ferris: Call for an election.

Confidence in Government: Motion (15 Feb 2017)

Martin Ferris: Fianna Fáil has done some damage, Deputy. It crippled the country. It saved the-----

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