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Joint Oireachtas Committee on Health: Adult Safeguarding: Discussion (Resumed) (11 Oct 2017)

Colette Kelleher: I thank the delegates for their presentations. In a session last week we heard from the National Safeguarding Committee, the Support and Advocacy Service and the HSE. It is important to capture the reason we are discussing the legislation. Almost 8,000 cases of suspected adult abuse were reported to the HSE in 2016. The National Centre for the Protection of Older People at UCD estimates...

Joint Oireachtas Committee on Finance, Public Expenditure and Reform, and Taoiseach: Rising Cost of Motor Insurance: Minister of State (7 Sep 2016)

Eoghan Murphy: As the committee engages with other stakeholders, it will get a chance to tease out several issues. This is an urgent issue. We have to be responsible in how we manage public expectation because there is much work that has to be done and can be done. I want to ensure we can see what those early priority actions are so we can get moving on this. If we can do that with consensus, it will...

Written Answers — Department of An Taoiseach: Departmental Staff (21 Jun 2016)

Enda Kenny: I propose to take Questions Nos. 59, 60 and 65 together. The Department of the Taoiseach's core role will continue to be supporting me, the Government and the Ministers of State in the Department in relation to all our domestic, EU and international responsibilities, and driving implementation of the new Programme for a Partnership Government. The Programme for Government Office, based in my...

An Bille um an gCúigiú Leasú is Tríocha ar an mBunreacht (Aois Intofachta chun Oifig an Uachtaráin) 2015: An Dara Céim - Thirty-fifth Amendment of the Constitution (Age of Eligibility for Election to the Office of President) Bill 2015: Second Stage (25 Mar 2015)

James Bannon: ...issue with many arguments being put for and against the proposal. In the end, the recommendation to lower the age requirement was only passed by a majority of three votes. I was one of the 50 delegates who voted in favour of lowering the age requirement, 47 were against it and three members of the convention had no opinion on it at that time. A number of people, both during the...

Written Answers — Department of Public Expenditure and Reform: Programme for Government Implementation (17 Jul 2014)

Brendan Howlin: In response to the Deputy's question, in the table below I have provided an update on the status of my Department's commitments under the Programme for Government. As can be seen from this update significant progress has been made in my Department. The progress identified to date clearly shows that the Government has focused its attention on the decisions and reforms needed to achieve...

Written Answers — Department of Public Expenditure and Reform: Programme for Government Implementation (25 Mar 2014)

Brendan Howlin: In response to the Deputy's question, in the table below I have provided an update on the status of my Department's commitments under the Programme for Government. As can be seen from this update significant progress has been made in my Department. The progress identified to date clearly shows that the Government has focused its attention on the decisions and reforms needed to achieve...

Written Answers — Department of Public Expenditure and Reform: Programme for Government Implementation (16 Jul 2013)

Brendan Howlin: In response to the Deputy’s question, in the table below I have provided an update on the status of my Department's commitments under the Programme for Government. As can be seen from this update significant progress has been made in my Department. The progress identified to date clearly shows that the Government has focused its attention on the decisions and reforms needed to achieve...

Joint Oireachtas Committee on Health and Children: Pay and Conditions of Non-Consultant Hospital Doctors: Discussion (5 Mar 2013)

...being jeopardised in a system which routinely expects doctors to work excessive hours without adequate breaks or rest. Despite the best efforts of non-consultant hospital doctors, who take their responsibilities extremely seriously, it is clear that an accident will happen as a result of the current working regime and it will have serious, perhaps even fatal, consequences. The health of...

Written Answers — Department of Public Expenditure and Reform: Programme for Government Implementation (9 Oct 2012)

Brendan Howlin: In response to the Deputy’s question in the table below I have provided an update on the status of my Department's commitments under the Programme for Government. As can be seen from this update significant progress has been made in my Department. The progress identified to date clearly shows that the Government has focused its attention on the decisions and reforms needed to achieve...

Written Answers — Public Service Recruitment Embargo: Public Service Recruitment Embargo (16 Nov 2011)

Brendan Howlin: ...09 and '10 four departing Directors by two /Secs. Decision by Minister 8/10/09 to proceed. Sanction issued 19 April '10 to appoint 2 A/Secs to replace 4 departing Directors. 4 Agreed to restructure responsibilities at Mgt Board level from 5 A/Sec and 5 Directors to 6 A/Sec and 1 Director. To fill vacancy resulting from retirement in Child Family & Supplementary Policy & Services Asst...

Central Bank and Credit Institutions (Resolution) (No. 2) Bill 2011: Second Stage (28 Jun 2011)

Michael Noonan: ...outlined for the House. Part 2 addresses general matters regarding the exercise of the resolution powers provided for in the Bill. Section 5 provides that the Governor of the Central Bank is responsible for the exercise of the functions of the Central Bank under the Bill, though he may delegate those functions to officers or employees of the bank subject to ensuring the performance of...

Written Answers — Departmental Staff: Departmental Staff (29 Sep 2010)

Brian Lenihan Jnr: ...46 32 1 13 109 95 Community, Equality & Gaeltacht Affairs 0 0 0 0 0 0 Education 40 32 5 3 403 251 Justice & Law Reform 10 9 0 1 292 120 Environment, Heritage & Local Government 25 10 7 8 65 10 Foreign Affairs 0 0 0 0 0 0 Finance 0 0 0 0 0 0 Taoiseachâ€TMs 0 0 0 0 0 0 Total 255 182 27 46 1,919 1,014 Table 2: Civil Service Dept / Office Title Exception Sought Grade No of...

Written Answers — Ministerial Responsibilities: Ministerial Responsibilities (13 Jun 2006)

Mary Harney: Since the last general election the following functions have been delegated to Ministers of State at this Department under powers conferred on it by Section 2 (1) of the Ministers and Secretaries (Amendment)(No. 2) Act 1977. The following functions were delegated when my predecessor Minister Micheál Martin was Minister for Health and Children. To Minister of State Ivor Callely. SI Number...

Written Answers — Ministerial Responsibilities: Ministerial Responsibilities (13 Jun 2006)

Martin Cullen: The functions which have, since the last general election, been delegated to Ministers of State in my Department by the Government under powers conferred on it by Section 2 (1) of the Ministers and Secretaries (Amendment) (No. 2) Act 1977; are outlined in Statutory Instrument number 448 of 2003, Transport (Delegation of Ministerial Functions) Order 2003, to Minister of State Dr. James McDaid...

Written Answers — Ministerial Responsibilities: Ministerial Responsibilities (18 May 2006)

Mary Harney: Under the Health and Children (Delegation of Ministerial Functions) Order 2004, I have assigned and delegated certain Departmental functions to my Ministers of State. Such functions reflect their areas of responsibility. The following functions have been assigned to Minister of State, Brian Lenihan TD with special responsibility for Child Care and Childrens Policy: Adoption Acts 1952 to 1998;...

Labour Affairs: Motion. (21 Feb 2006)

Tony Killeen: ...mechanism for advancing these issues in the interests of both employees and employers." I am delighted to have this opportunity to address the House this evening. As Minister of State with responsibility for labour affairs, I am acutely aware of the deep and unwavering commitment of the Government in the area of employment rights provision, as evidenced by the various actions and the...

Seanad: Investment Funds, Companies and Miscellaneous Provisions Bill 2005: Second Stage. (14 Apr 2005)

Michael Ahern: ...in asset management, as well as positioning Ireland as the pan-European location for insurance products. We must continue to be innovative and develop appropriate skills and expertise. A flexible, responsive and business-focused regulatory system has been the cornerstone of Ireland's development, and continued progress on that front was recommended by the Deloitte report. Our regulatory...

Written Answers — Ministerial Responsibilities: Ministerial Responsibilities (23 Mar 2005)

Mary Harney: Under the Health and Children (Delegation of Ministerial Functions) Order 2004, I have assigned and delegated certain departmental functions to my Ministers of State. Such functions reflect their areas of responsibility. The following functions have been assigned to the Minister of State, Deputy Brian Lenihan, with special responsibility for child care and children's policy: the Adoption Acts...

Seanad: Health Bill 2004: Second Stage. (10 Dec 2004)

Mary Harney: ...Prospectus report. The Government announced the reform programme on 18 June 2003. The central proposal of the programme was the establishment of a single health service executive which would assume responsibility for the management of the health services and which would replace the health boards and 27 other agencies. The Government also stated that it was committed to the establishment of...

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