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Bruton, Richard

Tuesday, 3 December 2002

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 558 Nbr. 4


Ceisteanna – Questions. - Departmental Estimates.

Asked the Taoiseach: if increases in charges to individuals, companies or groups have been sanctioned to be charged by agencies or units under the aegis of his Department; and the charges being made in absolute and in ...More Button

Written Answers. - Departmental Expenditure.

Asked the Minister for Community, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs: the way in which the CLÁR programme will operate in 2003 in view of his Department's cutbacks of 25% in the budget for the CLÁR programme for 2003; and if he will make a statement on ...More Button

Asked the Minister for Community, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs: the way in which rural development will operate in 2003 in view of the 7% cutback in the rural development budget; and if he will make a statement on the matter.More Button

Written Answers. - Incremental Credit Claims.

Asked the Minister for Finance: the offer which his Department has made to workers who resigned from the public service on marriage in respect of their demand for full incremental credit for their years of service, which is a pro...More Button

Written Answers. - Social Welfare Benefits.

Asked the Minister for Health and Children: the value of domiciliary care allowance and mobility allowance; and the comparator among social welfare payments which is used to determine the annual percentage increase in this payment.More Button

Asked the Minister for Health and Children: the reason a training allowance is payable to persons in the Eastern Regional Health Authority with an intellectual disability who are undertaking training but is not payable to persons attending t...More Button

Written Answers. - Employment Support Services.

Asked the Minister for Social and Family Affairs: the changes which she plans to introduce in the back to work scheme in 2003.More Button