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McDonald, Mary Lou

Tuesday, 25 March 2014

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. Nbr.


Ministerial Staff

Asked the Taoiseach: the number of civil servants engaged in constituency work on his behalf; and the salaries, accommodation costs and expenses involved or associated with these duties.More Button

Asked the Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade: the number of civil servants engaged in constituency work on his behalf; and the salaries, accommodation costs and expenses involved or associated with these duties.More Button

Asked the Minister for Finance: the number of civil servants engaged in constituency work on his behalf; and the salaries, accommodation costs and expenses involved or associated with these duties.More Button

Asked the Minister for Education and Skills: the number of civil servants engaged in constituency work on his behalf; and the salaries, accommodation costs and expenses involved or associated with these duties.More Button

Asked the Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform: the number of civil servants engaged in constituency work on his behalf; and the salaries, accommodation costs and expenses involved or associated with these duties.More Button

Asked the Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation: the number of civil servants engaged in constituency work on his behalf; and the salaries, accommodation costs and expenses involved or associated with these duties.More Button

Asked the Minister for Social Protection: the number of civil servants engaged in constituency work on her behalf; and the salaries, accommodation costs and expenses involved or associated with these duties. More Button

Asked the Minister for Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht: the number of civil servants engaged in constituency work on his behalf; and the salaries, accommodation costs and expenses involved or associated with these duties.More Button

Asked the Minister for Communications, Energy and Natural Resources: the number of civil servants engaged in constituency work on his behalf; and the salaries, accommodation costs and expenses involved or associated with these duties.More Button

Asked the Minister for Justice and Equality: the number of civil servants engaged in constituency work on his behalf; and the salaries, accommodation costs and expenses involved or associated with these duties.More Button

Asked the Minister for Defence: the number of civil servants engaged in constituency work on his behalf; and the salaries, accommodation costs and expenses involved or associated with these duties.More Button

Asked the Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine: the number of civil servants engaged in constituency work on his behalf; and the salaries, accommodation costs and expenses involved or associated with these duties.More Button

Asked the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs: the number of civil servants engaged in constituency work on her behalf; and the salaries, accommodation costs and expenses involved or associated with these duties.More Button

Asked the Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport: the number of civil servants engaged in constituency work on his behalf; and the salaries, accommodation costs and expenses involved or associated with these duties.More Button

Official Engagements

Asked the Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade: in the context of the ongoing crisis if a representative was sent to Moscow for St. Patrick's Day.More Button

Haddington Road Agreement Implementation

Asked the Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform: further to the workforce restructuring commitment 3.11 of the Haddington Road agreement, if he will provide details of the amalgamation of grades that will take place in 2014.More Button

Departmental Functions

Asked the Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform: if he will provide an organisational chart detailing officials and their responsibilities in his Department.More Button

Public Sector Pensions

Asked the Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform: if he will extend the public sector retirement deadline of August 2014 as set out in the Haddington Road agreement providing for a grace period for pensions in payment to be calculated on pre-agree...More Button

Public Sector Staff Sick Leave

Asked the Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform: when he will lay before both Houses of the Oireachtas the new public sector sick leave regulations.More Button

Departmental Staff Data

Asked the Minister for the Environment, Community and Local Government: the number of civil servants engaged in constituency work on his behalf; and the salaries, accommodation costs and expenses involved or associated with these duties.More Button

Magdalen Laundries

Asked the Minister for Justice and Equality: further to Parliamentary Question No. 420 of 11 March 2014, if he will confirm which of the two congregations have responded to his request for a financial contribution to the Magdalene Laundries R...More Button

Visa Applications

Asked the Minister for Justice and Equality: if he will provide an update on the stamp 4 visa application in respect of persons (details supplied) in County Dublin; and if he will make a statement on the matter.More Button

Inter-Country Adoptions

Asked the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs: the number of persons and-or couples who have completed a mandatory Health Service Executive assessment for the purposes of applying to adopt a child from outside the State under the terms of the H...More Button

Asked the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs: to detail the number of persons or couples who have completed a mandatory Health Service Executive assessment for the purposes of applying to adopt a child under the terms of the Hague Convention s...More Button

Asked the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs: if she will provide in tabular form on a yearly basis the number of persons or couples who have adopted children from outside the State subject to the terms of the Hague Convention. More Button

Asked the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs: to explain the reason the numbers of persons or couples adopting children from outside the State has significantly reduced under the terms of the Hague Convention. More Button

Hospital Beds Data

Asked the Minister for Health: his views on the current provision of only three neuro-rehabilitative beds; if he is satisfied with the current waiting period of over a year to access one of these beds, with a maximum usage perio...More Button

HSE Agency Staff

Asked the Minister for Health: the reason a person (details supplied) in Dublin 22 was refused inclusion in the Health Service Executive’s serious physical assault scheme despite being seriously injured during an assault while o...More Button

Asked the Minister for Health: the reason for the delay in a decision being made on an application by a person (details supplied) from Dublin 22 for inclusion in the injury at work scheme; and when a decision can be expected in ...More Button

Asked the Minister for Health: the reason the Health Service Executive did not provide an MRI scan for an employee (details supplied) who sustained serious injury arising from a workplace assault in November 2013. More Button

Asked the Minister for Health: if he will provide, in tabular form, information on the Health Service Executive serious physical assault and injury at work schemes, including the total number of applicants for each scheme per ye...More Button

Hospital Appointment Delays

Asked the Minister for Health: the reason a renal transplant patient (details supplied) in Dublin 6 is waiting a number of months for an appointment in Beaumont Hospital; and if he will make a statement on the matter.More Button

Ministerial Expenditure

Asked the Minister for Health: the number of civil servants engaged in constituency work on his behalf; and the salaries, accommodation costs and expenses involved or associated with these dutiesMore Button