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

Richard Bruton: Question 260: To ask the Minister for Finance the arrangements being put in place to redeploy staff who opt not to move to decentralised locations under the present decentralisation programme; if these arrangements will apply to specialist executive agencies as well as to persons within the Civil Service; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [2702/04]

Written Answers — Flood Relief: Flood Relief (3 Feb 2004)

Richard Bruton: Question 273: To ask the Minister for Finance if his attention has been drawn to the fact that some householders who were flooded in November 2002 when the Tolka broke its banks, have been unable to secure insurance cover in respect of storm damage and flooding; if he will make arrangements to send members of the public the engineering assessment of the works needed and those undertaken to...

Written Answers — Tax Code: Tax Code (3 Feb 2004)

Richard Bruton: Question 278: To ask the Minister for Finance the reason he has decided to include medical check-ups in the category of items attracting full PAYE and PRSI benefit-in-kind tax; and if he will consider treating them as exempt in the same category as education courses or pension contributions made by an employer due to the fact that they each have similar significant public benefit; and if he...

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

Richard Bruton: Question 292: To ask the Minister for Education and Science if he has initiated consultations with officials in the Higher Education Training Awards Council regarding their willingness to transfer to the new location in Offaly; and if he will make a statement on the findings of the assessment. [2701/04]

Written Answers — Educational Projects: Educational Projects (3 Feb 2004)

Richard Bruton: Question 294: To ask the Minister for Education and Science if his attention has been drawn to the work of the Catholic Secondary School Parents Association; and if he plans to make grants available to support research and administration in this organisation in order that it can play a full part as an education partner. [2682/04]

Written Answers — Schools Refurbishment: Schools Refurbishment (3 Feb 2004)

Richard Bruton: Question 295: To ask the Minister for Education and Science if he has received a report on the heating system in a school (details supplied); if he has satisfied himself that this system is capable of ensuring standards of heating as required by rules agreed with teachers and schools; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [2683/04]

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

Richard Bruton: Question 298: To ask the Minister for Education and Science the nature of the commitments which he has given in the past that the offices of the Higher Education Training Awards Council would be located in Dublin; the details of the commitments he has entered into in respect of buildings to house this body in Dublin; the strategic considerations which resulted in the proposal to relocate...

Written Answers — Special Educational Needs: Special Educational Needs (3 Feb 2004)

Richard Bruton: Question 299: To ask the Minister for Education and Science the number of recommendations in the recent report of the task force for dyslexia which he has accepted; the number which he has rejected; and the timescale within which the recommendations which have been accepted will be implemented. [2687/04]

Written Answers — Higher Education Grants: Higher Education Grants (3 Feb 2004)

Richard Bruton: Question 300: To ask the Minister for Education and Science the timing of the payment of the first instalment of third level grants under the VEC administered and local authority administered schemes, indicating the number of approved grants made in September, October, November and so on; if he has carried out an assessment of the time it takes for these agencies to process an application; if...

Written Answers — General Practitioner Co-operatives: General Practitioner Co-operatives (3 Feb 2004)

Richard Bruton: Question 385: To ask the Minister for Health and Children if the contract negotiated with general practitioners in respect of medical card holders includes a commitment to make arrangements for an out of hour service to patients which would avoid unnecessary resort by patients to accident and emergency services; if his Department has undertaken a study of the relationship between availability...

Written Answers — Nursing Home Subventions: Nursing Home Subventions (3 Feb 2004)

Richard Bruton: Question 402: To ask the Minister for Health and Children if his attention has been drawn to the different rules which apply to financial contributions by persons who are in publicly run nursing homes compared to those in privately run nursing homes with a Government subvention; if his attention has further been drawn to the fact that patients in the public setting make a contribution from...

Written Answers — Health Board Services: Health Board Services (3 Feb 2004)

Richard Bruton: Question 403: To ask the Minister for Health and Children if he has set out for health boards target waiting times for the delivery of support services in the context of his strategy on alcohol; the waiting times he has set out for such support services and in particular the target waiting time for access to addiction counselling for persons in recovery from alcoholism; if he has received...

Written Answers — Nursing Home Subventions: Nursing Home Subventions (3 Feb 2004)

Richard Bruton: Question 404: To ask the Minister for Health and Children the reason a decision was taken to gradually remove contracted beds from the available resources within the public health sector for the provision of nursing home care; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [3044/04]

Written Answers — Special Educational Needs: Special Educational Needs (10 Feb 2004)

Richard Bruton: Question 245: To ask the Minister for Education and Science if he has met with representatives of St. Joseph's, Gracepark Road, Dublin 9, who are working to advance the proposals of the planning group for a national centre for children with a visual impairment; his assessment of the long-term building requirements for this project; the extent of the contribution from the voluntary body to the...

Written Answers — State Examinations: State Examinations (10 Feb 2004)

Richard Bruton: Question 248: To ask the Minister for Education and Science if he has satisfied himself with the procedures put in place to introduce the new science syllabus at junior certificate level; and if his attention has further been drawn to the confusion which remains regarding the marking system for some projects which have already been completed by junior certificate classes; and the reason all...

Written Answers — Science and Technology Funding: Science and Technology Funding (10 Feb 2004)

Richard Bruton: Question 249: To ask the Minister for Education and Science the recommendations which have been accepted and the recommendations which have been rejected from within the Oireachtas Committee on Education and Science report regarding finance in the education system; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [3683/04]

Written Answers — Special Educational Needs: Special Educational Needs (10 Feb 2004)

Richard Bruton: Question 278: To ask the Minister for Education and Science if his attention has been drawn to the waiting list for a special school for children with autism in Dublin 5; and if appropriate education will be available for a person (details supplied) from September 2004. [3957/04]

Written Answers — Hospital Services: Hospital Services (10 Feb 2004)

Richard Bruton: Question 366: To ask the Minister for Health and Children if he has carried out any recent assessment of the adequacy of neurology services in Ireland; if he will indicate whether these studies have identified deficiencies which need to be filled; and if he will indicate what plans he is putting in place to fill the gaps. [3914/04]

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

Richard Bruton: Question 375: To ask the Minister for Health and Children the future plans for lands at the St. Ita's campus; if the proceeds from a transfer of these lands to new uses will be earmarked for badly needed improvements in the services for the 238 persons with intellectual disability and 189 persons with mental health problems; and the details of the improvements for these patients which are...

Written Answers — Disabled Drivers: Disabled Drivers (17 Feb 2004)

Richard Bruton: Question 128: To ask the Minister for Finance when the report of the review group concerning disabled drivers and passengers will be published; the reason for the long delay in its publication; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [4399/04]

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