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Third Interim Report of the Commission to Inquire Into Child Abuse: Statements. (3 Feb 2004)

Seán Crowe: Many people hold the view that politicians do not live in the real world and are oblivious to what is happening. It is important that Deputies state during this debate that none of us is a stranger to this matter. We all know of individuals who attended schools or some of the institutions where abuse took place. We are familiar with the cases of adults who are still trying to deal with the...

Written Answers — House Prices: House Prices (3 Feb 2004)

Seán Crowe: Question 154: To ask the Minister for the Environment, Heritage and Local Government if the Government has begun to reassess its position regarding house prices in view of the fact that, contrary to Government statements, over the past 18 months house prices have continued to rise, and rose by 13.7% in 2003 alone; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [2973/04]

Written Answers — Local Government Reform: Local Government Reform (3 Feb 2004)

Seán Crowe: Question 179: To ask the Minister for the Environment, Heritage and Local Government when the process of reforming local Government will commence; if it is planned to initiate a public consultation on the reform of local Government with the aim of creating a democratic, empowered, accountable, relevant and properly funded system of local Government; and if he will make a statement on the...

Written Answers — Special Educational Needs: Special Educational Needs (3 Feb 2004)

Seán Crowe: Question 296: To ask the Minister for Education and Science if his attention has been drawn to an application for funding to set up a CABAS school in Shankill, south Dublin; his views on this proposal; when he expects a decision on the funding application to be made; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [2684/04]

Written Answers — Special Educational Needs: Special Educational Needs (3 Feb 2004)

Seán Crowe: Question 297: To ask the Minister for Education and Science if his attention has been drawn to the CABAS schools operating elsewhere in the State; and if he will make a statement on this system of schooling. [2685/04]

Written Answers — Schools Recognition: Schools Recognition (3 Feb 2004)

Seán Crowe: Question 323: To ask the Minister for Education and Science the status of granting permanent recognition to Donabate-Portrane Educate Together school; the criteria for granting permanent recognition to a school; if the occupation by the school of new buildings in February 2004 will have an effect on its recognition; if it will receive back payments as a result dated from September 2003; and...

Written Answers — Schools Building Projects: Schools Building Projects (3 Feb 2004)

Seán Crowe: Question 324: To ask the Minister for Education and Science the length of time it takes his Department to process a minor works grant request; and if it has received requests from Donabate-Portrane Educate Together school; and the status of such requests. [2920/04]

Written Answers — Teaching Qualifications: Teaching Qualifications (3 Feb 2004)

Seán Crowe: Question 344: To ask the Minister for Education and Science, further to Questions Nos. 377 and 378 of 27 January 2004, if he is planning to publish the report of the working group on the Scrúdú le hAghaidh Cailíochta sa Ghaeilge before the end of this Dáil session or if he will give more exact detail as to when this report will be published. [3079/04]

Civil Registration Bill 2003: Report and Final Stages. (10 Feb 2004)

Seán Crowe: I move amendment No. 5: In page 10, to delete line 9.

Civil Registration Bill 2003: Report and Final Stages. (10 Feb 2004)

Seán Crowe: I support amendment No. 16, which proposes to give people an option. I am surprised the Minister opposes it. She suggested on Committee Stage that if the amendment was accepted, it would lead to serious logistical problems but that does not make sense. People should be entitled to register their names in Irish and English. People move to Ireland from different backgrounds and they may use a...

Civil Registration Bill 2003: Report and Final Stages. (10 Feb 2004)

Seán Crowe: During the debate on Second Stage, my colleague, Deputy Ferris, referred to section 22 as making fatherhood optional. If the father of a child refuses to co-operate and tends to be as unco-operative as possible, this section will make registering the father's name extremely difficult. It will put a massive burden on the mother of the child if she seeks to have the father's name on the birth...

Written Answers — EU Regulations: EU Regulations (10 Feb 2004)

Seán Crowe: Question 124: To ask the Tánaiste and Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment the measures she is taking to attain the EU target of 57% of women in the labour force by 2005; the measures she is taking to develop a flexible child care system to facilitate parents working outside the usual nine-to-five working hours; and if she will make a statement on the matter. [3767/04]

Written Answers — Trade Union Recognition: Trade Union Recognition (10 Feb 2004)

Seán Crowe: Question 170: To ask the Tánaiste and Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment when she will bring forward legislation to enshrine mandatory trade union recognition in law; and if she will make a statement on the matter. [3766/04]

Written Answers — Asbestos Remediation Programme: Asbestos Remediation Programme (10 Feb 2004)

Seán Crowe: Question 259: To ask the Minister for Education and Science if his attention has been drawn to the financial and structural problems existing in St. Joseph's secondary school, Charlestown, County Mayo; if his attention has further been drawn to the fact that buildings were recently condemned by the Office of Public Works; and the long-term funding he intends to make available to the school to...

Written Answers — School Closures: School Closures (10 Feb 2004)

Seán Crowe: Question 260: To ask the Minister for Education and Science if his Department will consider meeting the funding needs of a school (details supplied) to ensure that the school will remain open in view of the fact that the trustees of the school have been forced to close theschool within three years due to lack of funds. [3740/04]

Written Answers — Education Consultation Process: Education Consultation Process (10 Feb 2004)

Seán Crowe: Question 266: To ask the Minister for Education and Science the reason none of the public meetings in the Your Education System consultation process are taking place in Donegal; and if he will reconsider this decision and arrange for a meeting to be held there bearing in mind the large geographic size of the county will make it difficult for people to travel to other meetings. [3892/04]

Written Answers — Sports Capital Programme: Sports Capital Programme (10 Feb 2004)

Seán Crowe: Question 301: To ask the Minister for Arts, Sport and Tourism his views on a requirement to receive funding under the sports capital programme that the accounts of an applicant be up to date and the annual returns lodged. [3594/04]

Written Answers — Sports Capital Programme: Sports Capital Programme (10 Feb 2004)

Seán Crowe: Question 302: To ask the Minister for Arts, Sport and Tourism the reason funding was given to the Firhouse Community and Leisure Club in 1999; and the purpose for which this money was to be used. [3595/04]

Written Answers — Hospital Services: Hospital Services (10 Feb 2004)

Seán Crowe: Question 328: To ask the Minister for Health and Children if his attention has been drawn to the use of resources in State and public hospitals by hospital consultants who conduct the business of their private practice; his views on whether this amounts to ethical conduct; if it is his view that enforcing properly accountable use of public funds might cut costs that could be better used; and...

Written Answers — State Examinations: State Examinations (17 Feb 2004)

Seán Crowe: Question 272: To ask the Minister for Education and Science if his attention has been drawn to the fact that the State Examinations Commission informed schools in September 2003 that the junior certificate examination fee would be €80; if his attention has further been drawn to the fact that in December 2003 the commission informed schools that the fee had been increased to €86 and that...

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