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Howlin, Brendan

Wednesday, 27 March 2002

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 551 Nbr. 3

Order of Business.

Yesterday, the Taoiseach told the Dáil that Mr. Paddy Teahon was not sacked from his position as chairman and chief executive of Campus and Stadium Ireland Development. In his evidence to t...More Button

On the same matter, first, in relation to the information the Tánaiste now has, is it a fact that the memorandum to Government was submitted by Campus and Stadium Ireland Development? Second...More Button

I want to ask the Tánaiste two questions. In light of the comprehensive rejection of all the information and the data on which this important multi-million pound deal was done, will the T&aa...More Button

In relation to the executive services contract, what is its status now? Is it to be reviewed and, if so, by whom and when?More Button

I asked two questions.More Button

Written Answers. - Visit of UN Special Ambassador.

Asked the Minister for Foreign Affairs: if he will make a statement on his discussions with UN Special Ambassador, Richard Haass during his recent visit here.More Button

Written Answers. - Work Permits.

Asked the Tánaiste: and Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment if a person of non-EU nationality who is married to an Irish national and residing here is entitled to seek employment here; if an employer wishing...More Button

Written Answers. - Litter Fine.

Asked the Minister for Justice, Equality and Law Reform: the position in relation to a petition submitted to him on 12 February 2001 in respect of a fine under the Litter Pollution Act, 1997, imposed on a person (details supplied) in County Wexford; and ...More Button