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Topical Issue Matters (11 Jun 2014)

Michael Kitt: ...- the HIQA report into the Mid-Western Regional Hospital; (2) Deputy Terence Flanagan - the need for tree height legislation to be introduced to protect the right to light; (3) Deputy Jerry Buttimer - the need to take action to grow passenger numbers and increase route options at Cork Airport; (4) Deputy Seán Crowe - the reduction in places on the VTOS programme in St. Dominic's,...

Order of Business (5 Jun 2014) See 1 other result from this debate

Jerry Buttimer: In regard to the noise nuisance Bill - I do not mean in the Chamber-----

Topical Issue Matters (5 Jun 2014)

Seán Barrett: ...been forced to strike at the National Gallery of Ireland on Thursday, 6 June 2014; (14) Deputy Ruth M. Coppinger - the reason workers have been forced to strike at the National Gallery of Ireland on Thursday, 6 June 2014; (15) Deputy Jerry Buttimer - the need to take action to grow passenger numbers and increase route options at Cork Airport; (16) Deputy Aodhán Ó...

Guerin Report: Statements (Resumed) (28 May 2014) See 6 other results from this debate

Simon Harris: ...to be localised and now we are talking about Cavan. Which place will we be talking about next? We must look more broadly than that and not fall into the trap of thinking that something was a one-off incident that just happened in this station or that station. It is bigger than that. My colleague Deputy Buttimer also raised a cultural issue in respect of An Garda Síochána...

Discretionary Medical Cards: Motion (Resumed) [Private Members] (14 May 2014) See 1 other result from this debate

Jerry Buttimer: We all recognise that medical cards are of extreme importance. They represent a very important social support that is supposed to provide access for those who cannot otherwise afford their required medical care. We must always remember that the primary purpose of medical cards is to support the patient. This focus on patients and their needs sometimes gets lost in the political infighting...

Housing (Miscellaneous Provisions) Bill 2014: Second Stage (Resumed) (14 May 2014) See 2 other results from this debate

Jerry Buttimer: I call Deputy Maloney, who is sharing time with Deputies Spring, Bannon and Heydon. I remind Deputies that debate on the Bill will adjourn at 4 p.m.

Topical Issue Matters (14 May 2014)

Michael Kitt: ...Mayo; (5) Deputy Pearse Doherty - the pay and conditions of school secretaries; (6) Deputy Finian McGrath - the need to support the families of victims of the Dublin and Monaghan bombings; (7) Deputy Jerry Buttimer - the need to take action to grow passenger numbers and increase route options at Cork Airport; (8) Deputy Paudie Coffey - the need for 24-7 critical cardiac intervention...

Order of Business (7 May 2014)

Jerry Buttimer: In light of the fact that there was a reduction in the number of passengers passing through Cork Airport in the first quarter of this year, will the State airports (Shannon group) Bill contain specific reference to Cork or will the latter be the subject of specific legislation?

Leaders' Questions (7 May 2014) See 4 other results from this debate

Jerry Buttimer: Deputy Adams is not one to judge. The Deputy will not shush me or bully me. He will not bully me.

Children First Bill 2014: Second Stage (Resumed) (1 May 2014)

Jerry Buttimer: I rise to speak is the Chairman of the Oireachtas Joint Committee on Health and Children. I pay tribute to the Minister for her stewardship of the Department and for the publication of the Bill. To be generous to the Minister, Deputy Halligan made an understatement because, as he stated, the Minister listens and takes advice. One of the first things she did as Minister was to refer the...

Housing Provision: Motion [Private Members] (30 Apr 2014) See 1 other result from this debate

Jerry Buttimer: The Minister of State is in possession. Deputy Halligan has had an opportunity to speak. I am sure he will be able to contribute again at the conclusion of the debate. He should please do the Minister of State the courtesy of allowing her to speak.

White Paper on Universal Health Insurance: Statements (Resumed) (17 Apr 2014) See 1 other result from this debate

Alex White: ...frameworks governing the universal health insurance system. The basket of services, in particular, is a matter that has been referred to by many Deputies in the course of this debate, including Deputy Buttimer most recently. I welcome the decision of the Oireachtas Joint Committee on Health and Children to host a consultation process on this. While it is entirely a matter for the...

Ambulance Service: Motion [Private Members] (15 Apr 2014) See 2 other results from this debate

Jerry Buttimer: Before Deputy Calleary leaves us, I wish to say I am really disappointed the Fianna Fáil Party, which promised an end to Punch and Judy politics, would come before us with a motion which, at its core, has nothing positive to offer, a bit like that party's health plan. Patient care is at the heart of what we are about as people, whether as public health practitioners or public advocates...

Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission Bill 2014: Second Stage (Resumed) (10 Apr 2014)

Alan Shatter: ...or ethnicity. I hope this is an issue - I am merely expressing the hope as this is the only one I am referencing - the new commission may consider worthy of its engagement at some stage in the future. Deputy Jerry Buttimer raised an issue of policy - not an internal but an external one - to which we need to give greater consideration, namely, the substantial number of Christian...

Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission Bill 2014: Second Stage (8 Apr 2014) See 3 other results from this debate

Jerry Buttimer: I welcome the opportunity to speak today and commend the Minister on another reforming legislative item. The Jesuit Centre for Faith and Justice, an agency for the Irish Jesuit Province, publishes a very interesting magazine and while reading it over the last couple of days, I was greatly struck by a quote from Pope Francis's evangelical letter, Evangelii Gaudiam, the joy of the gospel. In...

Order of Business (8 Apr 2014) See 2 other results from this debate

Jerry Buttimer: The Constitutional Convention concluded its work at the end of March and I am sure Members will join me in complimenting it on its work. In the light of the number of recommendations made by it to the Government, when is it proposed that the House will debate the work of the convention? When is it proposed that the Government will reply to its findings?

Confidence in the Minister for Justice and Equality; and Defence: Motion (Resumed) [Private Members] (2 Apr 2014) See 3 other results from this debate

Jerry Buttimer: The Travers report.

Confidence in the Minister for Justice and Equality; and Defence: Motion [Private Members] (1 Apr 2014) See 5 other results from this debate

Jerry Buttimer: Hear, hear.

Restorative Justice (Reparation of Victims) Bill 2013: Second Stage (Resumed) [Private Members] (26 Mar 2014)

Jerry Buttimer: I welcome the opportunity to speak on this important Private Member's Bill on restorative justice and the issues involved. Crime has a heavy impact on victims and we must always remember the profound effect that it can have across all aspects of a victim's life. Whether the victim is a person, a homeowner or a business there can be financial consequences to crime and all victims will suffer...

Garda Inspectorate Report on the Fixed Charge Processing System: Statements (26 Mar 2014) See 14 other results from this debate

Jerry Buttimer: Hear, hear.

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