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Written Answers — EU Directives: EU Directives (3 Feb 2004)

Eamon Ryan: Question 155: To ask the Minister for the Environment, Heritage and Local Government the legal actions and actions of instances being taken against his Department for failure to implement EU directives; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [2977/04]

Written Answers — Departmental Transport: Departmental Transport (3 Feb 2004)

Eamon Ryan: Question 218: To ask the Taoiseach the amount his Department paid out in 2003 for car mileage expenses; and the separate amount paid to cover rail or bus ticket expenses. [3171/04]

Written Answers — Departmental Travel: Departmental Travel (3 Feb 2004)

Eamon Ryan: Question 231: To ask the Tánaiste and Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment the amount her Department paid out in 2003 for car mileage expenses; and the separate amount paid to cover rail or bus ticket expenses. [3172/04]

Written Answers — Departmental Travel: Departmental Travel (3 Feb 2004)

Eamon Ryan: Question 241: To ask the Minister for Defence the amount his Department paid out in 2003 for car mileage expenses; and the separate amount paid to cover rail or bus ticket expenses. [3173/04]

Written Answers — Departmental Travel: Departmental Travel (3 Feb 2004)

Eamon Ryan: Question 253: To ask the Minister for Agriculture and Food the amount his Department paid out in 2003 for car mileage expenses; and the separate amount paid to cover rail or bus ticket expenses. [3174/04]

Written Answers — Departmental Travel: Departmental Travel (3 Feb 2004)

Eamon Ryan: Question 284: To ask the Minister for Finance the amount his Department paid out in 2003 for car mileage expenses; and the separate amount paid to cover rail or bus ticket expenses. [3175/04]

Written Answers — Departmental Travel: Departmental Travel (3 Feb 2004)

Eamon Ryan: Question 291: To ask the Minister for Foreign Affairs the amount his Department paid out in 2003 for car mileage expenses; and the separate amount paid to cover rail or bus ticket expenses. [3176/04]

Written Answers — Departmental Travel: Departmental Travel (3 Feb 2004)

Eamon Ryan: Question 347: To ask the Minister for Education and Science the amount his Department paid out in 2003 for car mileage expenses; and the separate amount paid to cover rail or bus ticket expenses. [3177/04]

Written Answers — Departmental Travel: Departmental Travel (3 Feb 2004)

Eamon Ryan: Question 359: To ask the Minister for Communications, Marine and Natural Resources the amount his Department paid out in 2003 for car mileage expenses; and the separate amount paid to cover rail or bus ticket expenses. [3178/04]

Written Answers — Departmental Travel: Departmental Travel (3 Feb 2004)

Eamon Ryan: Question 365: To ask the Minister for Arts, Sport and Tourism the amount his Department paid out in 2003 for car mileage expenses; and the separate amount paid to cover rail or bus ticket expenses. [3179/04]

Written Answers — Departmental Travel: Departmental Travel (3 Feb 2004)

Eamon Ryan: Question 413: To ask the Minister for Health and Children the amount his Department paid out in 2003 for car mileage expenses; and the separate amount paid to cover rail or bus ticket expenses. [3180/04]

Written Answers — Departmental Transport: Departmental Transport (3 Feb 2004)

Eamon Ryan: Question 431: To ask the Minister for Transport the amount his Department paid out in 2003 for car mileage expenses; and the separate amount paid to cover rail or bus ticket expenses. [3181/04]

Written Answers — Departmental Travel: Departmental Travel (3 Feb 2004)

Eamon Ryan: Question 464: To ask the Minister for Justice, Equality and Law Reform the amount his Department paid out in 2003 for car mileage expenses; and the separate amount paid to cover rail or bus ticket expenses. [3182/04]

Written Answers — Departmental Travel: Departmental Travel (3 Feb 2004)

Eamon Ryan: Question 505: To ask the Minister for the Environment, Heritage and Local Government the amount his Department paid out in 2003 for car mileage expenses; and the separate amount paid to cover rail or bus ticket expenses. [3183/04]

Written Answers — Departmental Travel: Departmental Travel (3 Feb 2004)

Eamon Ryan: Question 523: To ask the Minister for Community, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs the amount his Department paid out in 2003 for car mileage expenses; and the separate amount paid to cover rail or bus ticket expenses. [3184/04]

Written Answers — Departmental Travel: Departmental Travel (3 Feb 2004)

Eamon Ryan: Question 538: To ask the Minister for Social and Family Affairs the amount her Department paid out in 2003 for car mileage expenses; and the separate amount paid to cover rail or bus ticket expenses. [3186/04]

National Minimum Wage. (10 Feb 2004)

Eamon Ryan: Question 126: To ask the Tánaiste and Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment the percentage level of compliance reported by the Labour inspectorate of minimum wage regulations; and if she will make a statement on the matter. [3810/04]

National Minimum Wage. (10 Feb 2004)

Eamon Ryan: It will not be a surprise to anyone who watched the recent RTE television programme, which is highly commendable, that the hotel, bar and restaurant sectors are mentioned in this regard. In that programme a young man worked for low wages in various establishments and reported to the public on his experiences. It was shocking to note that his wage slip for a week's work following various...

National Minimum Wage. (10 Feb 2004)

Eamon Ryan: If I am reading the regulations correctly, I note it is an offence for an employee to provide incorrect details of his or her working hours. It is of particular concern that the detail and reporting of the working conditions of migrant workers could be easily amended to suit the legislation, when they might not be earning the €7 per hour minimum wage, apropos of what happened in the case of...

National Minimum Wage. (10 Feb 2004)

Eamon Ryan: Clearly, the Minister of State has evidence in regard to the industry to which he referred, otherwise he would not have mentioned it. Has an investigation of that industry led to any of the convictions to which he referred?

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