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O'Keeffe, Batt

Thursday, 28 March 1996

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 463 Nbr. 5

Written Answers. - Swimming Pool Sanction.

Asked the Minister for Education: the reason a letter of sanction dated 29 September 1995 addressed to the Assistant City Manager of Cork Corporation sanctioning a tender for the erection of a swimming pool complex was withdrawn an...More Button

Written Answers. - Higher Education Report.

Asked the Minister for Education: her views on whether inequitable constraints are placed on Cork students and in particular, on the Cork Regional Technical College arising from the interim report from the Higher Education Committee.More Button

Written Answers. - Degree Course Places.

Asked the Minister for Education: the concerns, if any, she has that the number of places available on the Bachelor of Business Studies course at Cork Regional Technical College does not meet student demand; the actions, if any, sh...More Button

Written Answers. - Female Student Numbers.

Asked the Minister for Education: her views regarding the number of female students taking up options at third level in the technology area; and the figures relating to this matter over the last three years.More Button

Written Answers. - Bullying in Schools.

Asked the Minister for Education: the extent of bullying in the primary and second level sectors.More Button

Written Answers. - Pension Entitlement.

Asked the Minister for Justice: if she intends to pay a widows and orphan pension to a person (details supplied) in Dublin 6.More Button

Written Answers. - Research and Development Grants.

Asked the Minister for Enterprise and Employment: the firms who benefited from research and development grants for business expenditure, for higher education and for Government performance of research and development.More Button