Results 181-200 of 2,636 for 5 million
- Public Accounts Committee: National Asset Management Agency: Financial Statements 2014 (9 Jul 2015) See 1 other result from this debate
Shane Ross: Let me ask this question. There were millions sloshing around the system. There was £15 million, one guy getting £5 million, there were all sorts of potential conflicts of interest happening here, there were political sensitivities, yet NAMA ploughed ahead and said, "Okay, we will take the Cerberus bid."
- Written Answers — Department of Social Protection: Qualified Child Increase Payments (13 Oct 2015)
Joan Burton: The full year cost of increasing the weekly rate of the Qualified Child Increase by €5, €10 and €15 in 2016 is €94 million, €187 million and €281 million, respectively.
- Public Accounts Committee: 2015 Annual Report of the Comptroller and Auditor General and Appropriation Accounts
Vote 37 - Department of Social Protection
Chapter 9 - Regularity of Social Welfare Payments
Chapter 10 - Roll-out of the Public Services Card
Social Insurance Fund 2015 (20 Oct 2016)
Ms Niamh O'Donoghue: The cost of the 20 gardaí is approximately €1.2 million. The savings generated by the gardaí is somewhere of the order of €5 million or €6 million.
- Joint Oireachtas Committee on Finance, Public Expenditure and Reform, and Taoiseach: Tracker Mortgages: Ulster Bank (1 Feb 2018) See 1 other result from this debate
Mr. Paul Stanley: I will need to give the Senator the proper breakdown later, but the payments made to customers by way of cheque as part of that €23 million account for approximately €18 million. The other €5 million is balance adjustments and reverting imbalances.
- Select Committee on Finance, Public Expenditure and Reform, and Taoiseach: Estimates for Public Services 2018
Vote 1 - President's Establishment (Revised)
Vote 2 - Department of the Taoiseach (Revised)
Vote 3 - Office of the Attorney General (Revised)
Vote 4 - Central Statistics Office (Revised)
Vote 5 - Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions (Revised)
Vote 6 - Office of the Chief State Solicitor (Revised) (29 Mar 2018)
Michael McGrath: Am I correct in stating the Taoiseach is taking €2.5 million of the €5 million and that the remaining €2.5 million has largely been spent or has already been committed?
- Joint Oireachtas Committee on Finance, Public Expenditure and Reform, and Taoiseach: Public Private Partnerships - Liquidation of the Carillion Group: National Development Finance Agency and the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform (26 Jul 2018) See 1 other result from this debate
Mr. Gerard Cahillane: There are various figures floating around, from €5 million or €6 million up to €20 million.
- Public Accounts Committee: Matters related to Medical Negligence, Open Disclosure, Cervical Cancer and Thalidomide Litigation (8 Nov 2018)
Marc MacSharry: There are payouts, costs, legal costs, bills of costs and so on. Is it €5 million, €10 million or €100 million?
- Written Answers — Department of Rural and Community Development: Social Inclusion and Community Activation Programme Funding (27 Nov 2018)
Michael Ring: The Social Inclusion and Community Activation Programme has a funding allocation of €40.628 million nationally for the year 2018. This allows the organisations that implement SICAP to provide front line services to help disadvantaged communities. An increase of 5% would bring the €40.628 million to €42.659 million.
- Special Committee on Covid-19 Response: Covid-19: Impact on Team Sport in Ireland (18 Sep 2020) See 1 other result from this debate
Mr. Gary Owens: For us, it is €19 million. Effectively, for the FAI, the association, it is €14 million and then another €5 million for all the clubs affected by it. It is in the documentation we sent, which accompanied the pack we gave to the members.
- Public Accounts Committee: University of Limerick: Financial Statements 2019 (17 Jun 2021)
Professor Kerstin Mey: Yes. In the academic year 2019-20, some 2,206 students were reimbursed for accommodation at a cost €3.4 million. In the 2020-21 academic year, 765 students were reimbursed at a cost of €1.24 million. That amounts to almost €5 million in total.
- Joint Oireachtas Committee on Health: Business of Joint Committee (11 Nov 2020)
Róisín Shortall: .... Very often, drugs cannot be approved in this country because of the exorbitant prices that are allowed to be charged here. There is an opportunity cost involved. If one wants to approve €5 million for a given drug, €5 million is taken from other health services. If we are to hold such a session, we must invite Dr. Barry. I assume he still works in quality assessment....
- Written Answers — Department of Environment, Community and Local Government: Leader Programmes Funding (4 Feb 2014)
Phil Hogan: The current value of the Axes 3 and 4 elements of the Rural Development Programme 2007-2013 is €370 million. In addition, €5 million has been provided for an Axis 1 Agri-food measure. Of this, up to a maximum of 20% can be spent on administration expenses leaving a minimum of 80% of the funding available for projects and animation expenses. To date €183 million has...
- Written Answers — Aquaculture Development: Aquaculture Development (7 Dec 2010)
Brendan Smith: Some â¬5 million of Exchequer funding was allocated in 2010 to the Commercial Aquaculture Development Scheme, an implementing measure under the Irish Seafood National Programme 2007-2013. BIM are responsible for implementation of the scheme. On 30 July 2010, BIM invited applications under the scheme, with an application deadline of 20 August. Eligible applications received amounted to...
- Written Answers — Department of Finance: Universal Social Charge Exemptions (21 Jul 2016)
Michael Noonan: ...number of income earners exempt from the USC is set out in the following table: Threshold First Year Cost €m Full Year Cost €m Increase in the numbers of Exempt Exempt at this Threshold €13,500 3.7 4.3 21,400 769,700 €14,000 7.7 9 21,000 790,700 €14,500 11.9 14 20,400 811,100 €15,000 16.5 19.5 21,000 832,100 €15,500 21 24.9 19,000...
- Written Answers — Department of Rural and Community Development: Rural Regeneration and Development Fund (7 Oct 2020)
Heather Humphreys: Arising from the first and second calls under the Rural Regeneration scheme, 63 Category 1 projects have been approved for funding of €131 million and 76 Category 2 projects have been approved for funding of €35 million. Category 1 relates to major projects that can drive sustainable rural regeneration and development, while Category 2 supports projects that require development...
- Joint Oireachtas Committee on Finance, Public Expenditure and Reform, and Taoiseach: Business of Joint Committee
Matters Relating to the Banking Sector: Permanent TSB (9 Apr 2019)
Mr. Jeremy Masding: No, the bottom-line profit was €3 million but I rounded it up to €5 million. The difference between it and the operating profit is accounted for by the exceptional charges we take, predominantly due to the loan sales. The operating profit was €94 million. In 2017, the profit before exceptional items and tax, which is my definition of operating...
- Written Answers — Department of Education and Skills: Capitation Grants (6 Sep 2019)
Joe McHugh: I propose to take Questions Nos. 246 and 248 together. I fully recognise the need to improve capitation funding for schools. I am pleased to have been able to provide for a 5% increase in capitation funding for primary and post primary schools that will apply from the start of the 2019/20 school year. The first and full year costs of this increase is €4 million and €10...
- Written Answers — Department of Justice and Equality: Courts Service Data (11 Jun 2019)
Charles Flanagan: ...by the Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform of the Estimates for Public Services on 9 October 2018, the total gross allocation for 2019 for the Courts Service was confirmed at €138.405 million, comprising €51.5 million for capital spending and €86.9 million for current expenditure. Therefore, a 5 % increase in the annual funding for the Courts Service would cost...
- Ceisteanna ar Sonraíodh Uain Dóibh - Priority Questions: Sports Funding (1 Oct 2020)
Gary Gannon: .... I have spoken to Shelbourne and Bohemians, which are in my constituency, and to clubs throughout Dublin. They have told me that they have asked for a financial package of approximately €5 million which will keep them afloat into 2021 and ensure that they can keep their staff on so they do not need to avail of the pandemic unemployment payment, PUP. Every club has approximately...
- Priority Questions: Departmental Expenditure (29 Nov 2016)
Heather Humphreys: Regarding the Leader funding, there was €40 million in the budget. I have just reallocated under €35 million. That was made up of €22 million from the Leader rural sub-economy programme; that is, €22 million out of the €40 million. The balance of almost €13 million came from the arts programme, which mainly related to allocations originally made in...