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Topical Issue Debate: Ambulance Service Provision (15 Feb 2018) See 1 other result from this debate

Eugene Murphy: ..., her family is convinced that she would have died. As the emergency occurred, her father rang 999 and was told that the ambulance would not arrive for in or around 50 minutes. It was coming from Sligo, which was the nearest an ambulance could be found. At this stage, the man's daughter was seriously ill. She was struggling to breathe and he asked for an emergency response. Without a...

Topical Issue Debate: Hospital Services (15 Feb 2018)

Simon Harris: ...on the first matter, Deputy Carey is now trying to get me into awful trouble by having me reveal details of the Government's capital plan, which will be considered at the Cabinet meeting in Sligo tomorrow and will be published in the afternoon. He is correct that the people of the mid-west have been left without proper hospital bed facilities. Bizarrely in the past, Governments in boom...

National Broadband Procurement Process: Statements (Resumed) (15 Feb 2018)

Eamon Scanlon: I am pleased to have the opportunity to speak about broadband provision. Last week before the adjournment of statements I made reference to a meeting I had had in Sligo with a UK company which was prepared and eager to set up a business in my home town of Ballymote. We were looking at between eight and ten jobs being provided. Unfortunately, we do not have a broadband service to allow the...

Written Answers — Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport: Railway Stations (15 Feb 2018)

Shane Ross: ...; This integrated rail network will provide fast, high capacity, high-frequency electrified services to Drogheda on the Northern Line, Celbridge/Hazelhatch on the Kildare Line, Maynooth and M3 Parkway on the Maynooth/Sligo Line, while continuing to provide DART services on the South-Eastern Line as far south as Greystones. In relation specifically to the North Kildare lines, the...

Written Answers — Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport: Capital Expenditure Programme Review (15 Feb 2018)

Shane Ross: ...), while the rolling programme of improvements on the N56 in Donegal is also continuing. The additional money provided in last year’s mid-term review will allow for a number of additional roads projects to commence, such as: the Sligo Western distributor road, the Tralee northern relief road and the Killaloe bypass and R494 upgrade. In relation to tourism, a new Greenways...

Written Answers — Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport: Road Projects Status (15 Feb 2018)

Shane Ross: I propose to take Questions Nos. 58 and 91 together. Proposals to deliver an upgraded East-West route linking Dundalk to Sligo, taking in Cavan, involve linking elements of the national road network and regional roads along as direct a route as possible. Essentially the route involves upgrade/realignment works on the regional routes from Dundalk to Cavan and on national routes from Cavan...

Written Answers — Department of Education and Skills: National Educational Psychological Service Data (15 Feb 2018)

Richard Bruton: ...Office 10 8.5 1 Mid-Munster Clonmel Office 5 4.6 Cork Office 22 19.0 1 N-East Cavan Office 5 4.8 Drogheda Office 10 8.2 1 Navan Office 7 6.4 N-West Letterkenny Office 8 6.8 Mullingar Office 8 7.9 Sligo Office 4 3.4 S-East Kilkenny Office 7 6.5 Portlaoise Office 5 4.9 Waterford Office 6 5.6 Wexford Office 7 6.3 South West Ennis Office 7 6.4 Limerick Office...

Written Answers — Department of Justice and Equality: Garda Deployment (15 Feb 2018)

Charles Flanagan: ... NORTH CENTRAL 4 DMR SOUTH 10 DMR SOUTH CENTRAL 5 DMR WEST 11 DONEGAL 3 GALWAY 3 KERRY 4 KILDARE 3 KILKENNY/CARLOW 2 LAOIS/OFFALY 2 LIMERICK 5 LOUTH 3 MAYO 2 MEATH 3 ROSCOMMON/LONGFORD 2 SLIGO/LEITRIM 1 TIPPERARY 3 WATERFORD 4 WESTMEATH 2 WEXFORD 2 WICKLOW 4 TOTAL 114

Written Answers — Department of Justice and Equality: Garda Data (15 Feb 2018)

Charles Flanagan: ...42 78 167 D.M.R. WEST 13 29 35 73 150 KILDARE 4 14 19 47 84 LAOIS / OFFALY 5 9 20 42 76 MEATH 7 5 19 30 61 WESTMEATH 1 5 5 22 33 WICKLOW 6 7 - 19 32 CAVAN / MONAGHAN 5 10 8 22 45 DONEGAL 13 10 5 13 41 LOUTH 13 10 17 34 74 SLIGO / LEITRIM 5 5 5 8 23 KILKENNY/CARLOW 4 9 10 30 53 TIPPERARY 5 5 14 21 45 WATERFORD 6 14 10 30 60 WEXFORD 1 14 10 34 59 CORK CITY 6 7 5 26 44 CORK...

Written Answers — Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation: Workplace Relations Commission (15 Feb 2018)

Pat Breen: ...41 63 85 124 LEITRIM 2 52 36 24 23 LIMERICK 29 312 426 347 546 LONGFORD 2 97 79 76 73 LOUTH 4 259 177 182 121 MAYO 16 131 147 154 146 MEATH 8 124 121 143 120 MONAGHAN 9 112 69 77 82 OFFALY 17 155 76 91 57 ROSCOMMON 5 48 61 72 85 SLIGO 6 50 47 58 57 TIPPERARY 5 196 177 241 224 WATERFORD 11 129 207 166 115 WESTMEATH 7 160 117 133 153 WEXFORD 23 119 181 299 337 WICKLOW 11 199...

Written Answers — Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation: Credit Guarantee Scheme Data (15 Feb 2018)

Heather Humphreys: ...000 Dublin €31,981,200 Galway €3,780,500 Kerry €2,610,000 Kildare €4,512,000 Kilkenny €0 Laois €1,606,950 Leitrim €1,000,000 Limerick €7,445,594 Longford €0 Louth €1,637,000 Mayo €953,100 Meath €1,535,000 Monaghan €250,000 Offaly €790,000 Roscommon €80,000 Sligo...

Written Answers — Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation: Microfinance Loan Fund Scheme Data (15 Feb 2018)

Heather Humphreys: ...247 333 Galway 55 76 Kerry 30 40 Kildare 43 58 Kilkenny 19 28 Laois 26 33 Leitrim 19 29 Limerick 59 71 Longford 28 35 Louth 22 35 Mayo 44 53 Meath 51 69 Monaghan 15 21 Offaly 20 32 Roscommon 28 32 Sligo 36 43 Tipperary 55 71 Waterford 40 60 Westmeath 32 45 Wexford 50 75 Wicklow 38 48 Total 1,167 1,567 County Approved Carlow 27 Cavan 46 Clare 51 Cork 116...

Written Answers — Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation: Credit Guarantee Scheme Data (15 Feb 2018)

Heather Humphreys: ...;197,000 Dublin €31,981,200 Galway €3,780,500 Kerry €2,610,000 Kildare €4,512,000 Kilkenny €0 Laois €1,606,950 Leitrim €1,000,000 Limerick €7,445,594 Longford €0 Louth €1,637,000 Mayo €953,100 Meath €1,535,000 Monaghan €250,000 Offaly €790,000 Roscommon €80,000 Sligo...

Written Answers — Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine: Forestry Data (15 Feb 2018)

Michael Creed: ...2,243 Galway 27,593 Kerry 27,070 Kildare 1,023 Kilkenny 8,989 Laois 12,013 Leitrim 14,138 Limerick 16,322 Longford 1,470 Louth 405 Mayo 19,413 Meath 439 Monaghan 1,931 Offaly 5,554 Roscommon 12,573 Sligo 10,837 Tipperary 20,290 Waterford 12,584 Westmeath 1,739 Wexford 4,714 Wicklow 17,683 Total 334,564 According to the National Forest Inventory (NFI) 2012, the...

Written Answers — Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine: GLAS Data (15 Feb 2018)

Michael Creed: ...254 224 30 874 789 85 Monaghan 574 533 41 145 142 3 340 323 17 1,059 998 61 Offaly 475 432 43 277 244 33 294 258 36 1,046 934 112 Roscommon 1518 1,427 91 550 500 50 717 647 70 2,785 2,574 211 Sligo 938 862 76 363 337 26 493 447 46 1,794 1,646 148 Tipperary 1128 1,025 103 507 447 60 506 452 54 2,141 1,924 217 Waterford 359 315 44 131 110 21 122 102 20 612 527 85 Westmeath 643 619 24...

Written Answers — Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport: Road Projects Status (15 Feb 2018)

Shane Ross: Proposals to deliver an upgraded East-West route linking Dundalk to Sligo, taking in Cavan, involve linking elements of the national road network and regional roads along as direct a route as possible. Essentially the route involves upgrade/realignment works on the regional routes from Dundalk to Cavan and on national routes from Cavan to Sligo. As regards the regional road aspect of the...

Written Answers — Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport: Rail Network (15 Feb 2018)

Shane Ross: ...DART network for Dublin with all of the lines linked and connected to provide fast, high-frequency electrified services to Drogheda on the Northern Line, Celbridge/Hazelhatch on the Kildare Line, Maynooth and M3 Parkway on the Maynooth/Sligo Line, while continuing to provide DART services on the South-Eastern Line as far south as Greystones. While it currently does not envisage...

Written Answers — Department of Employment Affairs and Social Protection: Social Welfare Benefits Data (15 Feb 2018)

Regina Doherty: ...9,093 Galway 1,997 Kerry 1,537 Kildare 1,654 Kilkenny 679 Laois 1,086 Leitrim 377 Limerick 1,498 Longford 683 Louth 1,787 Mayo 1,366 Meath 1,051 Monaghan 562 Offaly 989 Roscommon 504 Sligo 454 Tipperary 1,722 Waterford 1,292 Westmeath 1,168 Wexford 2,349 Wicklow 1,199 Total 41,384

Joint Oireachtas Committee on Transport, Tourism and Sport: Traffic Management and Congestion in Galway Region: Discussion (14 Feb 2018) See 1 other result from this debate

Fergus O'Dowd: ...Council; Mr. Kevin Kelly, Chief Executive, Galway County Council; Mr. Tony Neary, Vice President and General Manager, Medtronic, Galway; Mr. Brian Coll, Senior Lecturer, Institute of Technology Sligo; Mr. Jim Cullen, Director of Services, Infrastructure and Operations, Galway County Council; and Mr. Michael Timmins, Director of Service, Planning & Environment, Galway County...

Ceisteanna - Questions (Resumed): National Development Plan (14 Feb 2018) See 1 other result from this debate

Martin Kenny: ...Maynooth and Drogheda lines? Will the Taoiseach also confirm that the DART underground has effectively been scrapped at this stage? I welcome the visit of the Taoiseach and his colleagues to Sligo in my constituency on Friday. I hope he recognises that the western rail corridor is meant to start in Sligo, as committed to in the programme for Government. That commitment ought to be...

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