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Seanad: Order of Business (22 Feb 2018)

Jennifer Murnane O'Connor: They are allowed to trade without regulation and have no issues with lives they have destroyed.

Seanad: Sale of Permanent TSB Loan Book: Statements (22 Feb 2018)

Jennifer Murnane O'Connor: ...funds have taken over in Ireland. There seems to be no rules for how these vulture companies do their business. They are allowed to trade unregulated. They have no concern for the lives they destroy. I ask the Minister to stop it and to regulate and tax these companies. Most of all, I ask him to make them furnish a list of all properties acquired by them to each local authority so...

Written Answers — Department of Defence: Protected Disclosures (22 Feb 2018)

Aengus Ó Snodaigh: 36. To ask the Taoiseach and Minister for Defence if his Department sought further information from the relevant whistleblower regarding health and safety reports which they allege were destroyed as part of a cover up within the Air Corps; and if not, the reason therefor. [9078/18]

Supporting the Suckling Sector: Motion [Private Members] (21 Feb 2018)

Eamon Scanlon: ...cow will produce, whether it is Aberdeen Angus, Hereford, Charolais or Limousin. There is absolutely no comparison in the wide earthly world to what a Friesian cow will produce. This is wrong. We will destroy our beef industry. I know cases of Friesian cows with five stars and good suckler breeding stock, well-bred over many years, with one star and two stars. What is going on does...

Project Ireland 2040: Statements (Resumed) (21 Feb 2018) See 1 other result from this debate

Mattie McGrath: ...for Rural and Community Development, Deputy Ring, was a great man then. What has he been doing? We cannot get money from the Leader programme. We had the best Leader programme in Europe, which was held up all over the world as a model. Big Phil the destroyer, the former Minister for the Environment, Community and Local Government, destroyed it because, he said, he wanted to give power...

Public Service Superannuation (Amendment) Bill 2018: Committee and Remaining Stages (21 Feb 2018)

Mick Wallace: ...publican or the inspector said he would send a complaint up the line and the whistleblower would not come out well of an investigation. This same inspector threatened to use CCTV footage, supplied by the publican, to destroy this garda unless he apologised and came to an arrangement with the law-breaking publican. In total, this garda prepared 16 files under liquor licensing laws for...

Ceisteanna - Questions - Priority Questions: RAPID Programme (21 Feb 2018)

Éamon Ó Cuív: ...drugs in the country. She asked me how the people living in that community could keep their children away from it. What will the Minister do about the RAPID programme or has the Government destroyed it completely?

Seanad: Flooding: Statements (21 Feb 2018)

Pádraig MacLochlainn: ...20 jobs. The business is very popular locally so we need to get it opened again. Some homes are under threat so there is a bit of work involved. There is a riverside walk in Carndonagh that was destroyed and a bridge linking a local council estate to other amenities that must be looked at. Homes adjacent to the rivers in Carndonagh were under threat and businesses were seriously...

Seanad: Services for People with Disabilities: Motion (21 Feb 2018)

Maria Byrne: ...spaces but they are there for a reason. It is difficult to qualify for a disabled parking permit and people do not get it easily. Those who have the permits definitely need them and it is soul destroying for them to come along and find the space is gone and that an able-bodied person has parked in the space. That is something that happens all over the country. It is not just in any one...

Project Ireland 2040: Statements (20 Feb 2018)

Eoghan Murphy: ...the State. Where will we build them? It will also require additional jobs - at least 660,000 net new jobs - in the economy because over that period of the next 20 years, many jobs of course also will be destroyed through technology and innovation. Consequently, we will have to create 660,000 net new jobs in the economy over that period. By 2040, one in four of us will be over the age...

Written Answers — Department of Employment Affairs and Social Protection: Data Protection (20 Feb 2018)

Regina Doherty: ...and operation be provided on-site in Ireland and subject to the jurisdiction of the Irish courts. Once PSCs are personalised (i.e., the data is put on the card), the data used to personalise them is not retained by BCS but is destroyed as an automatic part of the personalisation process in accordance with advice provided by the Office of the Data Protection Commissioner. In addition the...

Public Health (Alcohol) Bill 2015 [Seanad]: Second Stage (Resumed) (15 Feb 2018)

Bobby Aylward: ...here. This is part of the overall picture and I think this is not being taken into account. While I welcome any restrictions relating to the abuse of alcohol, I think this could be a step too far and could destroy our industry and what we advertise ourselves as offering, which is the nice welcome from the people of Ireland with a sup of Guinness and a drop of whiskey. Perhaps it is a...

Leaders' Questions (15 Feb 2018)

Mattie McGrath: The Government is destroying jobs.

Seanad: Order of Business (15 Feb 2018)

Jerry Buttimer: ...on the microchipping of dogs. He is correct. Now is a critical time, given that the lambing season is beginning and we will, unfortunately, have tragic outcomes for farmers such as sheep being destroyed, lambs being slaughtered and a loss of income. This can be prevented in many cases by action. I would be happy for the Minister to come to the House. Senator Noone raised the issue...

Select Committee on Finance, Public Expenditure and Reform, and Taoiseach: Estimates for Public Services 2018
Vote 13 - Office of Public Works (Revised)
(15 Feb 2018)

John McGuinness: ...OPW spent some flood protection money on it. I understand that some money was given to the business-owner to assist with flood protection. The flooding that occurred before the last major flood destroyed the house again and put the man out of business. He spent his money, restored the premises and got on with it, but the same thing happened again. Is there any relief for someone like...

Employment (Miscellaneous Provisions) Bill 2017: Second Stage (14 Feb 2018) See 1 other result from this debate

Bernard Durkan: ...to a well-run business. Be that business large or small, the two sides depend upon each other. The employer depends on the reliability of the employee and vice versa. There is nothing more soul destroying to the employee than to find at the end of the week that his or her wages are not what was expected. There is not much sense going into the supermarket afterwards and saying, "My...

Central Bank (Amendment) Bill 2018: Second Stage [Private Members] (14 Feb 2018) See 3 other results from this debate

Dessie Ellis: ...they are strong-arming families. They are doing everything possible to prevent tracker mortgage holders getting proper redress and compensation. Through their lies and scams the banks have destroyed lives, families and communities. If the lies and scams of a person from Ballymun, Glasnevin, Finglas, Santry or Whitehall caused families to lose their homes, they would be down on them like...

Joint Oireachtas Committee on European Union Affairs: Engagement with MEPs (14 Feb 2018)

Bernard Durkan: ...either. They have shown no indication that they knew anything or had any alternative in mind. They had not and that is sad. It is easy to knock down something in place. It is easy to wreck and destroy. It is not so easy to come up with the alternatives. It is always easy to throw away something but to put it together again and restructure it is not so easy. We need to reiterate...

Joint Oireachtas Committee on European Union Affairs: Engagement with European Ombudsman (14 Feb 2018)

Bernard Durkan: ...dollar international investment house. I do not know what the association is between the two, it is somewhere in the back of my mind that they appeared to complement each other in their goal of destroying what is seen as being an advantage to Ireland. Incidentally, I am in favour of equality of taxation, I have no difficulty whatever with that, where I do have difficulty is if it comes...

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