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Written Answers. - Departmental Funding.

Thursday, 17 October 2002

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 555 No. 4

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 106. Mr. R. Bruton Information on Richard Bruton Zoom on Richard Bruton  asked the Minister for Arts, Sport and Tourism Information on John O'Donoghue Zoom on John O'Donoghue  the details of the appropriations-in-aid raised by his Department in 2000 and 2001; his estimate for the outturn for 2002; and the percentage yearly increase in each subhead. [18714/02]

Minister for Arts, Sport and Tourism (Mr. O'Donoghue): Information on John O'Donoghue Zoom on John O'Donoghue Details of the appropriations-in-aid raised by my Department in 2000 and 2001, and the Estimate for 2002 are set out in the following table:

Description Received in 2000 Received in 2001(% change over 2000)  
Receipts from the European Social Fund €19,068,732 (52%) (1%)
National Museum €524,402 (36%) (109%)
National Library €292,040 (3%) (35%)
National Archives €71,105 (35%) (60%)
Miscellaneous Receipts €157,986 (98%) ()

 107. Mr. R. Bruton Information on Richard Bruton Zoom on Richard Bruton  asked the Minister for Arts, Sport and Tourism Information on John O'Donoghue Zoom on John O'Donoghue  the revenue from charges related to public services which his Department approves to be raised by agencies under his aegis, which are not included in appropriations in aid for 2000, 2001 and 2002. [18728/02]

[1197]Minister for Arts, Sport and Tourism (Mr. O'Donoghue): Information on John O'Donoghue Zoom on John O'Donoghue There are no charges related to public services which my Department approves to be raised by agencies under its aegis, which are not included in appropriations in aid for 2000, 2001 and 2002.


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