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Report on Examination of School Costs, School Facilities and Teaching Principals: Motion [Private Members] (5 Dec 2019) See 1 other result from this debate

Pádraig O'Sullivan: ...of the challenges that face secondary school principals and teachers today. At the outset I must state that we have an excellent education system in this country and I was glad to be a part of it for over 14 years working with Cork Education and Training Board. However, there are a number of challenges ahead, of which the school building programme is just one. I note that one of the...

Scouting Ireland: Statements: School Placement (5 Dec 2019)

Joe McHugh: ...places for secondary school students in the Gorey area in September 2020. We will continue to work to prevent that happening. Other areas such as Kilcock have been raised in the House in the last few weeks, as well as north Dublin, Skerries, and east Cork. There is also an issue in Trim. The principals and the officials in Tullamore are engaging with each other in each of those cases....

Scouting Ireland: Statements: Road Safety Data (5 Dec 2019)

Éamon Ó Cuív: ...20 worst stretches of road are on the N59 in County Galway, with another just across the border in County Mayo. The road from Aasleagh Falls to Recess had nine of the worst accident black spots on national roads in the country. The spread of the 20 worst locations was: eight in Galway; four in Clare; two in Cork; one in Longford; one in Wexford; one in Mayo; one in Waterford; one in...

Housing Solutions: Statements (5 Dec 2019) See 3 other results from this debate

Kevin O'Keeffe: I will be brief, as I do not wish to repeat what has been said by previous speakers on the issue of homelessness and the shortage of housing. I will focus on my own back yard of Cork and in particular on Cork East, where the Government could be doing more. The common denominator that arises in many villages and towns in my area is Irish Water, which is not progressing developments. I will...

Ábhair Shaincheisteanna Tráthúla - Topical Issue Matters (5 Dec 2019)

Pat Gallagher: ...-west Dublin; (5) Deputy Malcolm Byrne - the shortage of second level places in Wexford and Gorey and plans for the construction of additional schools; (6) Deputy Pat Buckley - to discuss the boil water notice in east Cork due to issues at the Whitegate treatment plant; (7) Deputy Gino Kenny - progress on the medical cannabis access programme; (8) Deputy John Brady - to discuss job losses...

Ceisteanna ar Reachtaíocht a Gealladh - Questions on Promised Legislation (5 Dec 2019)

Michael Moynihan: ...to the attention of the Government? Installers are coming in and checking what level it is at between one and 30. It must be at 11 before they can install monitored alarms. Swathes of north Cork are without mobile phone coverage. Has the Government contacted the Commission for Communications Regulation or looked at the companies to try to resolve this issue because monitored alarms...

Ceisteanna ó Cheannairí - Leaders' Questions (5 Dec 2019)

Dara Calleary: ...turnaround and transfer times across the Ireland East hospital group, which includes some of the biggest hospitals in Dublin, and in the South/South West hospital group, which includes hospitals in Cork city, have also decreased substantially. What is the Government's response to this? What action will it take to ensure there are proper and efficient turnaround times in the ambulance service?

Seanad: Gnó an tSeanaid - Business of Seanad (5 Dec 2019)

Paul Coghlan: ...he proposes to raise the following matter: The need for the Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport to make a statement on the upgrade of the N71 road between Bishopstown and Castletownbere in Cork. I have also received notice from Senator Lynne Ruane of the following matter: The need for the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs to make a statement on the relocation of family...

Seanad: Nithe i dtosach suíonna - Commencement Matters: Road Projects (5 Dec 2019) See 1 other result from this debate

Tim Lombard: I welcome my colleague from Cork to the Chamber and acknowledge his presence. As the Leas-Cheann Comhairle suggested, he has been in this Chamber many times. I wish to raise the issue of the N71 and its status among the national priorities. The road is a major artery going into west Cork. It starts at Bishopstown and goes all the way to Bandon, Clonakilty, Bantry and Glengarriff, and then...

Seanad: An tOrd Gnó - Order of Business (5 Dec 2019) See 1 other result from this debate

Jerry Buttimer: ...one. Senator McDowell raised again this week a very important point regarding the gambling casinos, on which I support him. They are becoming part of the fabric, not just of Dublin but also of Cork, Galway and other places. As I said here earlier in the week, there are some outlets that can only apply for three-month licences. This is an issue that needs to be addressed and I will be...

Seanad: Local Government Funding: Statements (5 Dec 2019)

Jerry Buttimer: ...of us have been councillors. We understand the frustration, workload, lack of devolved power and continuous battle that councillors face. Perhaps we made a mistake abolishing all town councils. In Cork city, the representative ratio is 1:6,800; in France, it is 1:1,200; in Austria, it is 1:1,210; and in Germany, it is 1:1,350. The south west ward where I live and that I represented has...

Seanad: Crime: Statements (5 Dec 2019) See 2 other results from this debate

Charles Flanagan: ...in recent times. As Senators may know, the Garda dog unit, based in Kilmainham Garda station in the Dublin metropolitan region, DMR, south central division, has a national remit, with additional dog units established in Limerick and Cork.The Garda Commissioner recently indicated to me that he intends for An Garda Síochána to invest in purchasing and training additional dogs for...

Public Accounts Committee: National Paediatric Hospital Development Board: Financial Statements 2018 (5 Dec 2019) See 2 other results from this debate

Imelda Munster: For the members of the committee who were there at that time there was the infamous Ballyfermot leisure centre and the Port of Cork project. It would have been pretty obvious. I wonder what oversight was given to that?

Written Answers — Department of Rural and Community Development: LEADER Programmes Expenditure (5 Dec 2019)

Michael Ring: ...LEADER Project payments by LAG as at 2 December 2019 Local Action Group Project Payments to date Carlow €1,517,662 Cavan €2,069,249 Clare €1,413,934 Cork North €950,714 Cork South €504,996 Cork...

Written Answers — Department of Rural and Community Development: Local Improvement Scheme Data (5 Dec 2019)

Michael Ring: ...Roads Approved in 2019 Number of Roads Confirmed Complete under the 2019 Scheme to Date Carlow  28 28 14 14 Cavan  11 12 4 4 Clare  30 30 12 12 Cork  61 62 20 TBC ...

Written Answers — Department of Defence: Defence Forces Training (5 Dec 2019)

Paul Kehoe: ... 15 Second Iteration in 2017 Gormanston Camp, Co. Meath 9th October to 15th December 2017 16 First Iteration in 2018 Collins Barracks, Cork 11th June to 16th August 2018 24 Second Iteration in 2018 Defence Forces Training Centre, Co. Kildare 14th October to 13th December 2018...

Written Answers — Department of Public Expenditure and Reform: Flood Relief Schemes Data (5 Dec 2019)

Kevin Moran: ...currently available. Table 2 Flood Relief Project Anticipated completion Ashbourne, Co Meath Quarter 4, 2020 Athlone, Co Westmeath Quarter 1, 2022 Bandon, Co Cork Quarter 3, 2020 Claregalway, Co Galway Quarter 4, 2019 Clonakilty, Co Cork ...

Written Answers — Department of Justice and Equality: Proposed Legislation (5 Dec 2019)

Charles Flanagan: ...sexual violence, improving the investigation of domestic and sexual violence incidents and identifying and managing risk. I am informed that to date, DPSUs have been established in 13 locations nationwide, namely Carlow, Cork City, DMR South Central, DMR West, Galway, Kerry, Kilkenny, Limerick, Louth and Waterford Garda Divisions as well as the newly established units in DMR East, DMR...

Written Answers — Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine: Forestry Sector (5 Dec 2019)

Michael Creed: ...Applicant Number of Schemes Amount Paid Ballina Town Council 1 €123,696.80 Carlow Co. Co. 1 €129,065.00 Clare Co. Co. 8 €357,785.92 Cork Co. Co. 3 €41,681.43 Donegal Co. Co. 1 €18,647.40 ...

Written Answers — Department of Children and Youth Affairs: North/South Education and Training Standards (5 Dec 2019)

Katherine Zappone: ...programmes of study in youth work have met prescribed criteria and are fit-for-purpose. NSETS currently endorse seven higher education programmes across Maynooth University, University College Cork, Dundalk IT and the University of Ulster. The Committee is processing new applications for endorsement from Blanchardstown TU, YouthLink/Moorland College and Galway Mayo IT.

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