Dáil Éireann - Volume 623 - 05 July, 2006
Adjournment Debate Matters.
An Leas-Cheann Comhairle An Leas-Cheann Comhairle
An Leas-Cheann Comhairle:I wish to advise the House of the following matters in respect of which notice has been given under Standing Order 21 and the name of the Member in each case: (1) Deputy Finneran — that the Minister update the costings to 2006 levels in determining the grant level under the new farm pollution grant scheme; (2) Deputy McHugh — the decision of the Health Service Executive to cap the monthly allocation towards the purchase of incontinence wear for residents of nursing homes in County Galway; (3) Deputy Shortall — the need to fund fully a school group to prevent its closure in view of the critical service it is providing; (4) Deputy Hogan — that the Minister clarify his policy on the broadcasting of religious services on local radio stations; (5) Deputy Jim O’Keeffe — the issue of unauthorised development concerning the construction of a slipway and jetty at Walton Court, Oysterhaven, County Cork, which impedes access for the public along the foreshore and results in a hazard to navigation and the urgent need for the Minister to take action under the Foreshore Acts to ensure that the developer  removes all works from the foreshore and restores the area to its former condition; (6) Deputy Hayes — to ask the Minister why the Golden sewerage scheme is subject to major delays despite the pressing need to upgrade the facility (7) Deputy Connolly — the remedial works scheme at Mullaghmatt, County Monaghan; (8) Deputy O’Connor — that the Minister respond to the accommodation crisis in a school in Tallaght; (9) Deputy Crowe — that the Minister report regarding the difficulties being experienced in a school in Tallaght; (10) Deputy Crawford — that the Minister ensure that all available beds are used in Monaghan General Hospital; (11) Deputy Perry — that the Minister appoint a full-time endocrinologist in Sligo General Hospital and provide a counselling service, paediatric diabetes nurse, chiropody services for all with diabetes, a community diabetes nurse specialist and free doctor visits or selected number of visits annually for diabetes patients; (12) Deputy Cowley — that the Minister explain the reason Ballina Urban District Council has encroached upon a special area of conservation for a car park; (13) Deputy Lowry — to discuss the urgent need to include a post-primary school (details supplied) in the school building programme and to swiftly proceed to construction; (14) Deputy Stanton — to debate the need to ensure that respite care grants are all paid without any more undue delay given that people are depending on them; and (15) Deputy Naughten — the need for the Minister to ensure that Irish beet growers receive a fair allocation of funds under the sugar restructuring budget.
The matters raised by Deputies Crawford, Shortall, O’Connor and Crowe have been selected for discussion.
Dáil Éireann 623 Adjournment Debate Matters.