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Written Answers — Electronic Voting: Electronic Voting (3 Feb 2004)

Eamon Gilmore: Question 164: To ask the Minister for the Environment, Heritage and Local Government if, in view of the importance of ensuring the integrity of the new electronic voting system which dictates that the machines and their operating software should be subject to the most rigorous and comprehensive testing regime and that political and other considerations would suggest a strong case for...

Written Answers — Decentralisation Programme: Decentralisation Programme (3 Feb 2004)

Eamon Gilmore: Question 175: To ask the Minister for the Environment, Heritage and Local Government if, in regard to proposals for decentralisation, any survey has been undertaken to establish the number of persons employed in his Department and in boards or agencies operating under the aegis of his Department who are willing to move to the new locations announced by the Minister for Finance in his budget...

Written Answers — Electoral Acts: Electoral Acts (3 Feb 2004)

Eamon Gilmore: Question 468: To ask the Minister for the Environment, Heritage and Local Government his views on the report of the Standards in Public Office Commission into the operation of the Electoral Act; his views on whether the argument made by the commission that there is no case for increasing spending limits for general elections and its warning of the dangers of increasing donation limits; and...

Written Answers — Stem-Cell Research: Stem-Cell Research (10 Feb 2004)

Eamon Gilmore: Question 146: To ask the Tánaiste and Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment if she intends to take steps during her period as President of the Council of Ministers to deal with the issue of funding for, and regulation of, stem-cell research; and if she will make a statement on the matter. [3783/04]

Written Answers — Job Protection: Job Protection (10 Feb 2004)

Eamon Gilmore: Question 161: To ask the Tánaiste and Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment the steps she intends to take to counter the growing trend of jobs being transferred to lower cost countries in view of the recent announcement by a company (details supplied) that it was to transfer 150 jobs from its office at Leopardstown to Poland. [3787/04]

Written Answers — Garda Vetting Procedures: Garda Vetting Procedures (10 Feb 2004)

Eamon Gilmore: Question 250: To ask the Minister for Education and Science if his Department has been informed that the Garda Síochána has declined to process an application from a school for a vetting check on a prospective school caretaker on the grounds that Garda clearances are only issued to designated agencies, principally health boards, in respect of prospective full-time employees who may have...

Written Answers — Schools Building Projects: Schools Building Projects (10 Feb 2004)

Eamon Gilmore: Question 255: To ask the Minister for Education and Science the consideration which has been given to the accommodation needs of St. Brendan's College, Woodbrook, Bray; the plans he has to meet those needs in the short and medium terms; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [3722/04]

Written Answers — Departmental Expenditure: Departmental Expenditure (10 Feb 2004)

Eamon Gilmore: Question 434: To ask the Minister for the Environment, Heritage and Local Government the total cost of the publication entitled, Delivering Value for People — Service Indicators in Local Authorities; the total cost of the event which was held to launch this publication; the persons who were invited to the launch; the arrangements made to publicise the event and publication, including the...

Written Answers — Social Welfare Benefits: Social Welfare Benefits (10 Feb 2004)

Eamon Gilmore: Question 473: To ask the Minister for Social and Family Affairs the number and nature of consultations and meetings held between her Department and the Departments of Finance and of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government and the health boards, prior to the changes in the rent supplement eligibility rules being introduced in the 2004 Book of Estimates; if she has estimated the number...

Written Answers — Transition to Second Level: Transition to Second Level (30 Mar 2004)

Eamon Gilmore: Question 139: To ask the Minister for Education and Science if his attention has been drawn to a recent report by the ESRI on the difficulties facing pupils transferring from primary to secondary education, that one way of overcoming these difficulties would be to allow teachers to spend more time on those pupils who require most attention, and that teachers do not have the time to do so due...

Written Answers — Third Level Fees: Third Level Fees (30 Mar 2004)

Eamon Gilmore: Question 180: To ask the Minister for Education and Science if, in view of the recent protests by apprentices around the country, he plans to review the requirement on them to pay the €223 registration fee levied on them for attending university courses; if his attention has been drawn to the apprentices' arguments that this charge is unfair as they are effectively full-time employees and...

Written Answers — Schools Building Projects: Schools Building Projects (30 Mar 2004)

Eamon Gilmore: Question 254: To ask the Minister for Education and Science if, in view of the danger posed to children and staff crossing the road at a school (details supplied) in County Donegal, he will consider providing financial assistance to the board of management to allow for the provision of a designated parking area; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [9662/04]

Written Answers — Schools Refurbishment: Schools Refurbishment (30 Mar 2004)

Eamon Gilmore: Question 261: To ask the Minister for Education and Science the assessment that has been made of the school building needs of a school (details supplied) in County Dublin; the consideration that has been given to the school's request for three temporary classrooms, a library, home economics room and a careers room; the consideration that has been given to the school's request for rewiring and...

Written Answers — Election Management System: Election Management System (30 Mar 2004)

Eamon Gilmore: Question 464: To ask the Minister for the Environment, Heritage and Local Government the money that was provided to fulfil the commitment in Framework III of the Programme for Prosperity and Fairness to institute an electoral participation initiative; the money that was drawn down; the purpose that it was put to; if the initiative has not been continued; the ongoing measures at encouraging...

Written Answers — Control of Dogs: Control of Dogs (30 Mar 2004)

Eamon Gilmore: Question 479: To ask the Minister for the Environment, Heritage and Local Government if he has plans to amend the Control of Dogs Act to strengthen the rights of persons who are affected by the excessive barking of dogs held in private buildings; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [9882/04]

Written Answers — Road Safety: Road Safety (4 May 2004)

Eamon Gilmore: Question 66: To ask the Minister for Transport when he plans to publish his new three year road safety strategy; his views on whether the absence of a new road safety strategy is contributing to increased deaths on roads; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [12489/04]

Written Answers — Rail Network: Rail Network (4 May 2004)

Eamon Gilmore: Question 84: To ask the Minister for Transport his views on Iarnród Éireann proposals for a new integrated greater Dublin commuter rail system, involving the construction of two new DART lines; his views on whether such proposals have the potential to ease congestion on existing rail services; if he has received such proposals from Iarnród Éireann; if Iarnród Éireann has supplied an...

Written Answers — European Council Meetings: European Council Meetings (13 May 2004)

Eamon Gilmore: Question 44: To ask the Tánaiste and Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment the matters discussed and conclusions reached at her meeting in Washington on 22 April 2004 with senior members of the US administration; and if she will make a statement on the matter. [13818/04]

Written Answers — Psychological Service: Psychological Service (18 May 2004)

Eamon Gilmore: Question 75: To ask the Minister for Education and Science his views on the recent report from the National Educational Psychological Service which states that considerably more primary school pupils are entitled to additional teaching in the form of resource teaching or learning support than are currently availing of it; his plans to extend resources to cover those pupils who are not at...

Written Answers — Disadvantaged Status: Disadvantaged Status (18 May 2004)

Eamon Gilmore: Question 106: To ask the Minister for Education and Science his Department's plans to combat educational disadvantage before children start school; the extent to which his Department plans to become involved formally in preparing children during pre-school years; his views on the fact that extending the early-start programme in disadvantaged areas may be the best means of doing this; and if...

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