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Ryan, Richie

Thursday, 15 December 1966

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 226 Nbr. 5

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Planning Permission Appeals.

asked the Minister for Local Government whether appellants against an order of a local authority granting planning permission may be required to pay the costs of a public inquiry.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Garda Promotion Regulations.

asked the Minister for Justice the number of (a) station sergeants in Dublin (b) inspectors in Dublin and (c) sergeants in the Garda Síochána at the time of coming into operation of t...More Button

Did the Minister not receive representations from the station sergeants explaining that their promotion prospects had been adversely affected?More Button

Is it the position that the Minister refuses to listen to the complaints?More Button

The Minister knows well the complaints of a responsible body of men and simply because they are in a minority in the force, he will not listen to them. That is the kind of thing which has led to a...More Button

The Minister will listen here because he has to.More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Custom House Medical Examinations Facilities.

asked the Minister for Social Welfare if steps will be taken to improve the accommodation provided for persons attending for medical examinations at the Custom House, Dublin; and, in particular, i...More Button

I take it that the people who considered that this place was generally satisfactory are the staff who administer it and who probably wear shoes and are clothed. The unfortunate people who have to ...More Button

The best way to test it is to stand around in the same way as these unfortunate people have to stand around.More Button

Most of the people are appellants and they are not likely to make complaints in regard——More Button

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Duty Period of Nursing Personnel.

asked the Minister for Health if, having regard to the very long hours which hospital matrons and other nursing administrative personnel are obliged to work, steps will be taken to reduce their wor...More Button

Will the Minister have regard to the fact that while these people have all the responsibility to which he has referred, most of them enjoy very little leisure? Frequently they are called upon to ...More Button

We could do a great deal more.More Button