Seanad debates

Wednesday, 19 October 2011

  • Prelude (0 speeches)
    Chuaigh an Cathaoirleach i gceannas ar 10.30 a.m.
  • Business of Seanad. (1 speech)
    I have received notice from Senator Trevor Ó Clochartaigh 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. (71 speeches)
    The Order of Business is No. 1, Central Bank and Credit Institutions (Resolution) (No. 2) Bill 2011 - Committee and Remaining Stages, to be taken on the conclusion of the Order of Business and to...
  • Central Bank and Credit Institutions (Resolution) (No. 2) Bill 2011: Committee and Remaining Stages (42 speeches)
    I welcome the Minister for Finance, Deputy Michael Noonan, to the House.
  • Central Bank and Credit Institutions (Resolution) (No.2) Bill 2011: Motion for Earlier Signature (1 speech)
    I move: "That, pursuant to subsection 2° of section 2 of Article 25 of the Constitution, Seanad Éireann concurs with the Government in a request to the President to sign the Central Bank and...
  • Army Barracks Closures: Motion (215 speeches)
    I welcome the Minister of State at the Department of Defence, Deputy Paul Kehoe. I also welcome Councillor Patricia Walsh and a group from Cavan, who are in the Gallery.
  • Adjournment Matters (0 speeches)
  • National Vision Policy (5 speeches)
    I welcome the Minister of State, Deputy Kathleen Lynch, to the House.
    • Diabetes Services (7 speeches)
      I welcome Minister of State. The issue I wish to raise follows quite nicely from the previous debate because it is with regard to the provision of diabetic pumps and the appropriate backup staff...
    • School Staffing (3 speeches)
      I welcome the Minister of State and I am grateful for the opportunity to raise the matter of Gaelscoil Chnoc na Ré, Ballydoogan, Sligo. I should be able to debate the matter in Irish but I...
    • School Accommodation (3 speeches)
      Scoil Ghormáin Naofa in Gorey, County Wexford, is a standard two-classroom school built in 1950, similar to many older schools throughout the State. Today there are 128 pupils on the roll, who...