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Ábhair Shaincheisteanna Tráthúla - Topical Issue Matters (13 May 2021)

Ábhair Shaincheisteanna Tráthúla - Topical Issue Matters (13 May 2021)

Seán Ó Fearghaíl: I wish to advise the House of the following matters in respect of which notice has been given under Standing Order 37 and the name of the Member in each case: (1) Deputy Brian Leddin - to discuss road safety on rural roads, in light of an 11-year-old girl being killed in County Kerry this week while cycling; (2) Deputy Verona Murphy - to discuss when a directive will issue to hospital groups...

Saincheisteanna Tráthúla - Topical Issue Debate (13 May 2021)

Saincheisteanna Tráthúla - Topical Issue Debate: Health Promotion (13 May 2021)

Health Promotion

Saincheisteanna Tráthúla - Topical Issue Debate: Health Promotion (13 May 2021)

Niamh Smyth: I begin by complimenting the work of our national broadcaster, RTÉ Radio 1, on its work this week to provide a platform for the women of Ireland to give personal accounts of their own stories, their personal menopausal journeys. It has been liberating to hear them open up about women's health issues and, for far too long, an issue that has been buried behind walls of fear, shame,...

Saincheisteanna Tráthúla - Topical Issue Debate: Health Promotion (13 May 2021)

Mary Butler: I thank Deputy Smyth for providing the opportunity to speak to the activity both under way and intended in this area. I agree with the Deputy that the broadcasting in the last two weeks, although I have not heard all the programmes myself and will listen to them later, did the State some service. I was looking over the notes tonight and saw that the topic was menopause. As one of the...

Saincheisteanna Tráthúla - Topical Issue Debate: Health Promotion (13 May 2021)

Niamh Smyth: I thank the Minister of State. Her response is positive news. As the Minister of State knows, the women's health task force has identified menopause as a critical issue as it affects every woman in the country and a spectrum of supports is needed. It noted that for something with such far-reaching impacts, it is very much overlooked. Following wide consultation with women around Ireland,...

Saincheisteanna Tráthúla - Topical Issue Debate: Health Promotion (13 May 2021)

Mary Butler: The Government is committed to improving health experiences and outcomes for all women and girls. The women’s health task force, set up in 2019 to drive progress on this issue, identified menopause as a priority issue. It has listened to women about what they would like to see delivered in this area, and the call for information and education has been heard strongly. The three key...

Sale of Tickets (Cultural, Entertainment, Recreational and Sporting Events) Bill 2021: Second Stage (13 May 2021)

Question put and agreed to.

Sale of Tickets (Cultural, Entertainment, Recreational and Sporting Events) Bill 2021: Referral to Select Committee (13 May 2021)

Sale of Tickets (Cultural, Entertainment, Recreational and Sporting Events) Bill 2021: Referral to Select Committee (13 May 2021)

Leo Varadkar: I move: That the Bill be referred to the Select Committee on Enterprise, Trade and Employment pursuant to Standing Orders 95(3)(a) and 181(1). Question put and agreed to.

Gnó na Dála - Business of Dáil (13 May 2021)

Gnó na Dála - Business of Dáil (13 May 2021)

Seán Ó Fearghaíl: Due to the fact that the latest item of businesses has been concluded quite a bit earlier than anticipated, we might suspend for 15 minutes to give the participants in the Topical Issue debate, both the Members raising issues and the Ministers responding, an opportunity to get here, if that is acceptable to everyone. Is that agreed? Agreed.

Gnó na Dála - Business of Dáil (13 May 2021)

Sitting suspended at 6.44 p.m. and resumed at 7 p.m.

Sale of Tickets (Cultural, Entertainment, Recreational and Sporting Events) Bill 2021: Second Stage (13 May 2021)

Catherine Connolly: I do not think the Deputy should be asking the Chair's permission because I am going to say we will see what it is.

Sale of Tickets (Cultural, Entertainment, Recreational and Sporting Events) Bill 2021: Second Stage (13 May 2021)

Leo Varadkar: I have no idea what is coming.

Sale of Tickets (Cultural, Entertainment, Recreational and Sporting Events) Bill 2021: Second Stage (13 May 2021)

Richard O'Donoghue: I understand that. I want to clarify a statement the Tánaiste made in the Dáil about the Kerry Group and 150 jobs, among 150 families in Cork and Limerick, that are being lost in the Kerry Group in Charleville. The Tánaiste said the redundancies were voluntary. This is not the case. Will the Tánaiste clarify if he knows that? I have 100% information that those 150...

Sale of Tickets (Cultural, Entertainment, Recreational and Sporting Events) Bill 2021: Second Stage (13 May 2021)

Catherine Connolly: The Deputy has raised the issue and in fairness to the Tánaiste it is up to him if he wants to deal with it in his reply. We have finished the first round, there are no more speakers for that or the second round, so we are at the conclusion of the debate and the Tánaiste has the right to reply.

Sale of Tickets (Cultural, Entertainment, Recreational and Sporting Events) Bill 2021: Second Stage (13 May 2021)

Leo Varadkar: On the Deputy's question, I will have to go back and check the note I got from my Department at the time. My understanding was that this is a consolidation between Charleville and Naas and they would offer voluntary redundancies and redeployment in the first instance, not that compulsory redundancies would be ruled out. I will double-check and come back to the Deputy on that. On the...

Sale of Tickets (Cultural, Entertainment, Recreational and Sporting Events) Bill 2021: Second Stage (13 May 2021)

Michael Lowry: I welcome the Bill which while overdue is a genuine effort to tackle the scourge of touting. Nobody likes to be ripped off; it goes against human pride and principles. Yet, every time a major and attractive event takes place, genuine fans and supporters can be forced to pay way over the odds to get their hands on a ticket. They know it is probably the only way to get a ticket; the seller...

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