Thursday, 4 November 2010
- Prelude (0 speeches)
Chuaigh an Cathaoirleach i gceannas ar 10.30 a.m.
- Business of Seanad (1 speech)
I have received notice from Senator Brian Ó Domhnaill that, on the motion for the Adjournment of the House today, he proposes to raise the following matter: The need for the Minister for...
- Order of Business (122 speeches)
The Order of Business is No. 1, motion re Value-Added Tax Consolidation Bill 2010, to be taken without debate at the conclusion of the Order of Business; No. 2, motion re reports on macroeconomic...
- Message from Dáil (1 speech)
Dáil Éireann has made the following order: That, notwithstanding anything in Standing Orders— a) the Value-Added Tax Consolidation Bill 2010 be referred to the Standing Joint Committee on...
- Value-Added Tax Consolidation Bill 2010: Referral to Standing Joint Committee (1 speech)
I move: That, notwithstanding anything in Standing Orders— (a) the Value-Added Tax Consolidation Bill 2010 be referred to the Standing Joint Committee on Consolidation Bills; (b) the first...
- Banking Crisis Reports: Motion (1 speech)
I move: That the Order of Seanad Éireann of 8 July, 2010 requesting that the Joint Committee on Finance and the Public Service consider the following Reports: — 'The Irish Banking Crisis:...
- Report of Joint Committee: Motion (6 speeches)
I move: That Seanad Éireann notes the Fifth Report of the Joint Committee on Climate Change and Energy Security entitled 'Second Report on Climate Change Law' which was laid before Seanad...
- Business of Seanad (4 speeches)
I seek the suspension of the House because the Minister of State, Deputy Cuffe, is needed for a vote in the other House and there is no pairing arrangement.
- Report of Joint Committee: Motion (Resumed) (8 speeches)
The following motion was moved by Senator Donie Cassidy on Thursday, 4 November 2010:
- Adjournment Matters (0 speeches)
- Sports Capital Programme (19 speeches)
Senator Buttimer is present and we will take his Adjournment matter first.
- Water and Sewerage Schemes (3 speeches)
I welcome the Minister of State. Loughrea is a burgeoning and vibrant town and I am sure the Minister of State may have travelled through it on her way to Galway. It needs to have its water...