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Written Answers — Department of Finance: Tax Credits (14 Apr 2016)

Michael Noonan: I propose to take Questions Nos. 97 to 105, inclusive, together. I am advised by the Revenue Commissioners that a breakdown of the estimated yield which would arise from the measure outlined in Parliamentary Question Number 139 of 6 April 2016 is provided in the following table. Credit First Year €m Full Year €m Personal Credit 404.76 586 PAYE Credit 189.54 243 Earned...

Joint Oireachtas Committee on Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation: Access to Finance for SMEs: Discussion (11 Feb 2014)

Mr. Peter O'Mahony: We are at the stage where we feel we will lend somewhere in the region of €4 million to €5 million in the next 12 months. That would be our own growth and we are on target to do that. It is important to remember that this time last year, Funding Circle, which was two years old at that stage, was lending £1 million per week. That changed five weeks...

Seanad: Order of Business. (3 Dec 2003)

Cyprian Brady: I call for a debate on HIV and AIDS. As Senator Norris so eloquently pointed out yesterday, last Monday was World AIDS Day, which went relatively unnoticed. Some 40 million people are suffering from this disease and 5 million people became infected in the past year alone. Some 95% of those 5 million came from what are euphemistically called developing countries. Given that we have a very...

Joint Oireachtas Committee on Transport, Tourism and Sport: National Cyber Security Centre Review: Discussion (22 Sep 2021)

Kieran O'Donnell: ...aspect. My second point is on a recurring theme here. We accept all the work done by the NCSC and the Minister of State, but we had an expert in here who said that if one was to base the €7 million - of which approximately €2 million is capital spending and €5 million current, if I am correct - per capitarelative to the UK, we should be spending approximately ten...

Public Accounts Committee: Health Service Executive Financial Statements 2018
2017 Annual Report of the Comptroller and Auditor General and Appropriation Accounts
Vote 38 - Department of Health
Chapter 16 - Control of Private Patient Activity in Acute Public Hospitals
(27 Jun 2019)

Alan Kelly: I turn to the minutiae. We are three and a half years into the national maternity strategy. The €5 million should have been committed last year or the previous year. Why has the €5 million for the new maternity hospital in Limerick not been committed? It is a small amount relative to the quantum we are discussing. Re-profiling is happening. No projects are being dropped or...

Committee on Budgetary Oversight: Tax Relief on Trade Union Subscriptions: Fórsa (21 Mar 2018)

Mr. Joe O'Connor: I am not willing to put this on the record but I think I read that it is approximately €5 million. That figure should be checked. I think it is contained in the Revenue report or the Finance Act 2011. I think I read a figure indicating that it is approximately €5 million.

Written Answers — Department of Social Protection: State Pensions Payments (23 Jun 2015)

Joan Burton: The cost of increasing the State Pension Contributory (SPC) and the State Pension Non Contributory (SPNC) by €5 per week is €102.2 million and €25.4 million respectively in a full year. The cost of increasing SPC and SPNC by €10 per week is €204.3 million and €50.8 million respectively in a full year. The cost of increasing all pension rates...

Written Answers — Department of Social Protection: Social Welfare Benefits Data (1 Oct 2015)

Joan Burton: I propose to take Questions Nos. 42 to 44, inclusive, and 55 together. The cost in 2016 of a 1%, 2% and €5 per week increase in the weekly rate of all pension-age payments (including proportionate increases for qualified adults, where applicable) is €71 million, €141.1 million and €154.6 million respectively. The cost in 2016 of a €5 increase in the monthly...

Written Answers — Prescription Charges: Prescription Charges (8 Dec 2009)

Mary Harney: I propose to take Questions Nos. 41, 42, 55, 57, 72 and 97 together. At the moment 1,461,207 people have medical cards. This has increased by 109,087 on last year. The number of prescriptions issued under the GMS has increased from 12.79 million in 2004 to 15.648 million in 2008. The number of items dispensed under the GMS has also increased from 35 million items in 2004 to 48.21 million...

Written Answers — Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation: Regional Enterprise Development Fund Data (17 Dec 2019)

Heather Humphreys: The Government’s €60 million Regional Enterprise Development Fund (REDF), administered by Enterprise Ireland, has the objective of supporting every region to build on its unique strengths and ultimately create sustainable jobs.  Administered via two competitive calls, a total of 42 projects were approved funding totaling €59.5 million.  The budget for this fund...

Joint Oireachtas Committee on Housing, Planning and Local Government: General Scheme of the Water Services Separation Bill 2021: Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage (28 Sep 2021)

Eoin Ó Broin: I will go through some pretty straightforward questions. Mr. Ó Coigligh said there would be ongoing operational costs, separate to the one-off cost of €5 million. I presume those are additional costs for both Ervia and Irish Water. Will he put a figure on what that cost will be annually, separate to the €5 million?

Planning and Development (Strategic Infrastructure) Bill 2006 [Seanad]: Second Stage (Resumed). (15 Jun 2006)

Dan Neville: None of the schemes of which I am talking costs less than that figure. What is also happening is that schemes are being grouped to ensure their cost is more than €5 million. Schemes for Askeaton, Shanagolden, Foynes and Athea are grouped, which brings the cost to more than €5 million. Can those schemes be addressed individually?

Public Accounts Committee: Teagasc Financial Statements 2017 (4 Oct 2018)

Seán Fleming: Just in order that we can get a feel for it. We have mentioned that the profit figure was down significantly. I recall that the operating surplus was down from approximately €8 million to €5 million. I am trying to figure out where in the divisions - operations, knowledge transfer and research - the reduction in profit occurred, as in the case of income, salaries and...

Joint Oireachtas Committee on Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation: Strategic Plan: Bord na Móna (9 Jun 2015)

Mr. Michael Barry: Perhaps I will pick up on that question. As was stated, the turnover of the company is somewhat in excess of €400 million. In the year ended March 2014, we reported an after-tax profit of approximately €33 million, of which one third was paid back to the State by way of dividend. In fact, 95% went to the State and 5% to the employees, who have 5%...

Written Answers — Department of Employment Affairs and Social Protection: Covid-19 Pandemic Unemployment Payment (3 Nov 2020)

Heather Humphreys: I propose to take Questions Nos. 873 and 875 together. Expenditure of €3,994 million was incurred on the Pandemic Unemployment Payment (PUP) up to week ending Friday, 6th November 2020. Further expenditure of circa €1.1 billion could be incurred between now and end of year. Level 5 restrictions have given rise to an increase in the weekly numbers receiving PUP. A total of...

Joint Oireachtas Committee on Finance, Public Expenditure and Reform, and Taoiseach: Insurance Sector: Discussion (Resumed) (3 Oct 2019)

Kieran O'Donnell: My next questions are for Aviva and Zurich. In 2018 the normal target margin was 5% but Aviva made 11.4% and Zurich 8.98%. Aviva made superprofits of €33 million and Zurich €12 million, which are 6% and 4%, respectively. Axa was before us, as were FPD and Allianz. In total, the five companies other than AIG made superprofits of over €122 million in 2018. We have...

Competition (Amendment) Bill 2005 [Seanad]: Second Stage (Resumed). (2 Feb 2006) See 1 other result from this debate

Jerry Cowley: An investment of €5 million does not constitute support. The Government has wasted far more in ways the Minister of State will not discuss. The sum of €5 million is a small one. The Government should closely monitor the effect of the Bill, which will pass owing to the Government majority, in order that any adverse effects can be dealt with.

Written Answers — Department of Health: National Treatment Purchase Fund Data (10 Oct 2017)

Simon Harris: ...that this places on patients and their families. Reducing waiting times for the longest waiting patients is one of this Government's key priorities. Consequently, Budget 2017 allocated €20 million to the NTPF, rising to €55 million in 2018. Of this 2017 allocation, €15 million has been set aside for the treatment of those patients waiting longest for inpatient and day...

Written Answers — Department of Education and Skills: Education and Training Boards Funding (22 Jan 2015)

Jan O'Sullivan: The 2015 further education and training service planning process is currently underway in all Education and Training Boards (ETBs), supported by SOLAS. Until this process is complete it is not possible to be definitive about training allocations in Category 3 ETBs. Assuming a similar level of provision for training as in 2014, the expected training allocations for the 5 ETBs without a Centre...

Written Answers — Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation: Job Initiatives (17 May 2016)

Pat Gallagher: 1176. To ask the Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation the position regarding the competitive call under the €5 million community enterprise initiative 2015 to 2017; if she has processed the applications; when she will make a decision; when she will issue formal letters of offer; if the €5 million is still available; and if she will make a statement on the matter. [9743/16]

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