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Written Answers — Job Creation: Job Creation (5 Oct 2010)

Conor Lenihan: On 16th July 2010 the Government announced the awards under Cycle 5 of the Programme for Research in Third-Level Institutions (PRTLI). The PRTLI is a multi-annual programme and Cycle 5 will run over a five-year period and into 2016. The awards under PRTLI Cycle 5 amount to €359 million in total, with a provision of €296 million in Exchequer funding and €63 million in funding from...

Other Questions: Book Rental Scheme (21 Jan 2014)

Ruairi Quinn: I am prepared to examine the scheme at the end of the year, but I will have to do so within fixed resources. I have €5 million per year for the next three years and an annual book grant of €7 million. The Deputies opposite have the same option as me of investigating whether we have complete information. If a school has a full book rental scheme up and running, it may not get...

Written Answers — Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht: Covid-19 Pandemic Supports (24 Nov 2020)

Catherine Martin: .... A breakdown of the amounts allocated under each of the schemes is available on the Sport Ireland website at the following link: . I am informed by Sport Ireland that an amount of up to €15 million was available under the Club Resilience Fund. Sport Ireland was in a position to meet the requests submitted by National Governing Bodies for their club networks, which amounted to...

Written Answers — Department of Rural and Community Development: Departmental Staff (10 Nov 2020)

Heather Humphreys: ...Assistant Principal 20 16 4 Higher Executive Officer 29 28 1 Administrative Officer 6 5 1 Executive Officer 27 26 1 Clerical Officer 49 46 3 Service Officer 0 Technical...

Written Answers — Department of Justice and Equality: Garda Deployment (15 Oct 2019)

Charles Flanagan: I propose to take Questions Nos. 265 and 280 together. The Garda Commissioner is statutorily responsible for the management of An Garda Síochána, including personnel matters and deployment of resources. As Minister, I have no responsibility for these matters. Garda management keeps the distribution of resources under continual review in the context of crime trends and policing...

Written Answers — Departmental Agencies: Departmental Agencies (24 Apr 2012)

Richard Bruton: ...offices together with the number of staff employed in each office. The total costs associated with the running of both IDA Ireland's and Enterprise Ireland's overseas offices in 2011 was €29.559 million, of which €19.043 million related to Enterprise Ireland and €10.516 million related to IDA Ireland. This figure includes the salaries and other costs of staff who directly engage...

Written Answers — Department of Environment, Community and Local Government: Leader Programmes Expenditure (16 Jan 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, there is €5 million allocated to the Axis 1 Agri-food measure. Of this up to a maximum of 20% can be spent on administration with the remaining monies for projects and animation. To date €182 million has been spent on projects and €11 million...

Written Answers — Department of Justice and Equality: Garda Transport Data (9 Oct 2018)

Charles Flanagan: The Deputy will be aware that there has been very significant investment in Garda resources across the State in recent years. The Government's Capital Plan 2016 – 2021 provides €46 million for investment in the Garda fleet, to ensure that An Garda Síochána has a modern, effective and fit-for-purpose fleet, in addition to the investment of almost €30 million in...

Select Committee on Communications, Climate Action and Environment: Estimates for Public Services 2019
Vote 29 - Communications, Climate Action and Environment (Supplementary)
(26 Nov 2019)

Richard Bruton: All of the €31 million is new money. There is no roll-over. The €20 million is allocated through the Department of Housing, Planning and Local Government, as opposed to the Department of Communications, Climate Action and Environment. The Deputy will be aware that another element of the just transition is the doubling of the warmer homes allocation for poorer families. That...

Written Answers — Department of Housing, Planning, and Local Government: Housing Schemes (7 Jul 2021)

Darragh O'Brien: I propose to take Questions Nos. 64 and 65 together. Details of expenditure under the Capital Assistance Scheme (CAS) for the years requested are set out in the table below. Year Amount€m 2019 97.7 2020 95.1 2021 (end June) 36.2 The 2021 budgetary allocation for CAS is €96...

Common Agricultural Policy. (11 Feb 2009)

Brendan Smith: With the existing modulation arrangements, the amount collected annually is €42.5 million. That modulation is in place up to 5%. With the new rates that will be applicable there will be an increase in modulation rate of 2% this year and 1% in 2010, 2011 and 2012. The additional funding that will be generated for the modulated fund will be €17 million this year, €25 million in 2010,...

Public Accounts Committee: Payments to Section 39 Companies: Discussion (27 Feb 2014)

Seán Fleming: ...to them. I would like to ask about the review the HSE is doing. Mr. O'Brien said earlier this morning that the HSE is dealing in the first instance with organisations that receive in excess of €5 million and hopes to have a report on those organisations by the end of March. How many such organisations are there? Can Mr. O'Brien list them? Is there a list? There cannot be too...

Written Answers — Department of Employment Affairs and Social Protection: Free Travel Scheme Data (18 Jun 2019)

Regina Doherty: Budget 2019 increased funding for the Free Travel Scheme by €5 million, from €90 million to €95 million. The Budget measures was provided to meet increased numbers eligible for the scheme and consequent increased claims from service providers, and to encourage new operators into the scheme to give better coverage in remote parts of rural Ireland. The cost of increasing...

Written Answers — International Trade: International Trade (22 Feb 2012)

Richard Bruton: According to Central Statistics Office published data, in 2010 (the latest full year in respect of which country-specific trade statistics are available) Ireland exported €82 million worth of goods to Iran. The four most significant categories were general industrial machinery and equipment etc. - €15.1 million; medical and pharmaceutical products - €14.4 million, miscellaneous edible...

Written Answers — Residential Institutions Redress Scheme: Residential Institutions Redress Scheme (15 Feb 2006)

Mary Hanafin: I propose to take Questions Nos. 113 and 151 together. Under the terms of the indemnity agreement reached with the religious congregations on 5 June 2002, the congregations agreed to make a contribution of €128 million towards the redress scheme. This was broken down as follows: cash contribution €41.14 million; provision of counselling services €10 million; property transfers €76.86...

Written Answers — Humanitarian Aid: Humanitarian Aid (4 Apr 2006)

Conor Lenihan: I propose to take Questions Nos. 58, 79 and 134 and together. Kenya and its neighbouring countries in the Horn of Africa are in the grip of a severe drought that is directly affecting up to 11 million people across the region. The drought has already killed thousands of livestock, depriving people of their livelihoods and leaving pastoral communities destitute. The impact of poor rainfall...

Select Committee on Health: Estimates for Public Services 2020
Vote 38 - Department of Health (Supplementary)
(2 Dec 2020)

David Cullinane: I will start with subhead J1, regarding the vaccine and procurement at a European Union level. Page 5 of the briefing document refers to 15.6 million doses of vaccines that we could potentially procure. That is across a range of different pharmaceutical companies and types of vaccines. It states that the estimated cost would be €117.6 million. Is that €117.6 million for 15.6...

Written Answers — Tax Yield: Tax Yield (24 Sep 2008)

Arthur Morgan: Question 343: To ask the Minister for Finance the savings to the Exchequer of reducing the thresholds in respect of pension funds from €5 million to €1 million and the tax-free lump sum limit from €1.25 million to €100,000. [31054/08]

Public Accounts Committee: National Transport Authority - Financial Statement 2011 (24 Jan 2013) See 2 other results from this debate

Mr. Gerry Murphy: We have set aside €2.5 million this year, pending a successful negotiation. The phased extension down to the docklands and to Heuston Station will cost somewhere in the order of €5 million but we can only provide €2.5 million this year. We have set aside that figure-----

Public Accounts Committee: 2012 Annual Report of the Comptroller and Auditor General and Appropriation Accounts
Financial Statements 2012: Irish Sports Council
(2 Oct 2014)

John McGuinness: One could say €2.5 million is from the taxpayer with €2.5 million from the studbook transactions. This is the €5 million.

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