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Munster, Imelda

Tuesday, 11 April 2017

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. Nbr.


National Car Test

Asked the Tánaiste and Minister for Justice and Equality: if vehicles that currently have an appeal of an NCT decision lodged are flagged under the Garda automatic number plate recognition system; if so, the reason, in view of the fact the matter has not ...More Button

National Car Test Data

Asked the Tánaiste and Minister for Justice and Equality: the number of cars which have been seized due to driving without a valid NCT certificate since 2006.More Button

Asked the Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport: the number of decisions made by NCT testing centres which have been appealed since the introduction of the test; and the number of these which have been successful. More Button

Asked the Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport: the number of incidents of advanced corrosion in brake lines and hoses which have been identified in cars tested under the NCT each year since 2006.More Button

Asked the Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport: if the NCT inspectors had considered using a callipers to measure the outside diameter of corroded pipes, in view of EU Directive 2010/48/EU; the rationale behind the use of a visual test only on c...More Button

Asked the Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport: the failure rate for vehicles undergoing the NCT annually between 2006 and 2012.More Button

Asked the Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport: the amount of funding a company (details supplied) has received from Government Departments since it began administering the NCT test; the amount received from his Department or from the RSA; and i...More Button

Asked the Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport: if the failure rate of vehicles undergoing the NCT test has a bearing on the public funding received by either the RSA or a company (details supplied) in respect of NCT testing.More Button

JobPath Data

Asked the Minister for Social Protection: the number of job applications per week a person on JobPath's Seetec scheme will have to make; and the number of interviews they must attend.More Button

Home Help Service Provision

Asked the Minister for Health: the amount the HSE spends on private agencies for hiring home help carers; if he will provide a breakdown of these payments for counties Louth and Meath.More Button

Asked the Minister for Health: if the HSE will define home help provision; and the detail of items included and excluded, respectively, under the personal care only policy.More Button

Asked the Minister for Health: if agencies are paid by the HSE per hour or per patient in terms of home help care; the amount the HSE pays the agency per hour or per patient; and the amount the home help carer receives in respec...More Button

Ferry Services

Asked the Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport: if he will meet a cross party delegation from Donegal county council to examine options for funding the Rathmullan to Buncrana and the Greencastle to Magilligan ferries (details supplied).More Button

Road Network

Asked the Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport: if he will ensure that funding for the N56 Letterkenny relief road will be included in the updated Government capital plan 2016 to 2021.More Button

Foster Care

Asked the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs: the HSE payment per week per foster child.More Button

Asked the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs: the HSE policy for the number of children that can be fostered by one person.More Button

Asked the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs: if the HSE policy allows for one person who owns and rents upwards of five properties to take in multiples of foster children in each property.More Button