Dáil Éireann - Volume 623 - 06 July, 2006

Adjournment Debate Matters.

  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 Hayes — that the Minister outline the current status of the proposed sewerage scheme for Golden, County Tipperary; (2) Deputy McHugh — the decision of the Health Service Executive to cap the monthly allocation towards the purchase of incontinent wear for residents of nursing homes in County Galway; (3) Deputy Connolly — the remedial works scheme at Mullaghmatt in Monaghan; (4) Deputy Cowley — that the Minister explain the reason Ballina Urban District Council has encroached upon a special area of conservation for a car park; (5) Deputy Lowry — to discuss the urgent need to include a post-primary school in the school building programme; (6) Deputy Stanton — to debate the need to ensure that respite care grants are all paid without undue delay; (7) Deputy Naughten — that the Minister ensure that Irish beet growers receive a fair allocation of funds under the sugar restructuring budget; (8) Deputy O’Dowd — that the Minister discuss the findings of the second report on electronic voting machines published this week; (9) Deputy Pat Breen — that the Minister sanction an extension to two schools and fast track the process in view of the rapid population growth in the area; (10) Deputy Perry — that the Minister appoint a full-time endrocrinologist in Sligo General Hospital; (11) Deputy Finneran — that the Minister update the costings to 2006 levels in determining the grant level under the new farm pollution grant scheme; (12) Deputy Broughan — the need to provide far greater numbers of affordable and social houses on the northside of Dublin; and (13) Deputy Costello — that the Minister address the recent report showing that Ireland was second from the bottom in a league table on quality of health services.

The matters raised by Deputies Finneran, Lowry, Connolly and Broughan have been selected for discussion.