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I wish to advise the House of the following matters in respect of which notice has been given under Standing Order 23(3) and the name of the Member in each case: (1) Deputy David Cullinane - to ask the Minister for Health to outline why University Hospital Waterford spent over €20 million on agency staff from 2011 to 2015; if he recognises that this is a consequence of underfunding of our acute hospital network; and to outline what plans he has to increase staff capacity in our public hospitals; (2) Deputy Louise O'Reilly - the need for the Minister for Health to immediately publish the capacity review of the HSE National Ambulance Service; (3) Deputy Thomas P. Broughan - the urgent need for the Minister for Health to provide full local day services for young school leavers on the autistic spectrum in Dublin Bay North and Fingal; (4) Deputy Thomas Byrne - the need for the Minister for Education to explain the current position with the securing of a site for St. Peter's Church of Ireland primary school in Dunboyne, which has been waiting for a permanent home for many, many years and is one of very few schools to be established under Church of Ireland patronage since the foundation of the State; (5) Deputies Seamus Healy, Mattie McGrath and Jackie Cahill - the urgent need to secure a replacement industry following the closure of Suir Pharma Ireland, Clonmel, County Tipperary, and to ask the Minister to make a statement on the matter; the significance of the closure of Suir Pharma Ireland Limited in Clonmel County Tipperary with the loss of over 120 jobs; and the efforts the Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation can make or is making to protect the interests of the workers who have been affected; and the need for the Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation to discuss maintaining jobs at Suir Pharma pharmaceutical manufacturing facility in Clonmel, County Tipperary; (6) Deputies Pat Breen and Joe Carey - the Roche Clarecastle announcement that negotiations for the transfer of the Clarecastle facility to a global pharma company have ended without agreement; the implications that this will have for the future of the plant and its workforce and the need for all necessary steps to be taken to attract new investment; if the Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation will respond to the company's statement; and the need to protect employment at the Roche Ireland plant in Clarecastle, County Clare; (7) Deputy Eoin Ó Broin - the closure of Brú Aimsir homeless hostel in Dublin and the loss of 100 emergency beds from the Dublin emergency accommodation system at a time when up to 100 people are sleeping rough in the city; (8) Deputy Jim Daly - the need for the Minister for Health to immediately make available funding to service the 1,670 elderly people waitlisted for home help care; (9) Deputy Anne Rabbitte - the urgent need for the HSE to expedite the appointment of a paediatric diabetic specialist at University Hospital Galway; (10) Deputies Clare Daly and Mick Wallace - to discuss the ongoing refugee crisis, in particular unaccompanied minors and what Ireland can do; and to discuss the refugee crisis in Europe and in particular, the situation regarding unaccompanied minors; (11) Deputy Lisa Chambers - the need for the Minister for Health to outline what action will be taken to improve conditions in the emergency department in Mayo University Hospital; (12) Deputy Robert Troy - the need for the Minister for Health to address concerns expressed by the National Ambulance Service capacity review about the possibility of achieving the Health Information and Quality Authority prescribed target of dealing with 80% of life-threatening and potentially life-threatening calls within eight minutes; (13) Deputy Pat Buckley - to discuss the effect of funding cuts to mental health services; (14) Deputy James Lawless - the need for the Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport to address concerns about the absence of plans to progress with the DART underground project in the greater Dublin area transport strategy; (15) Deputy Dessie Ellis - to discuss the continued rise in residential rents; (16) Deputy Brian Stanley - the urgent need for a new school to accommodate St. Francis special school on the site that has been provided by the parish at Borris Road, Portlaoise; and (17) Deputy Mick Barry - the introduction of charges for the collection of green bins.
The matters raised by Deputies Eoin Ó Broin, Lisa Chambers, Jim Daly and James Lawless have been selected for discussion.