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Ó Cuív, Éamon

Wednesday, 8 March 2017

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. Nbr.

Post Office Closures

It is ironic that we have just been talking about overheating in one part of the country but as the Minister of State, who is from Mayo, will be hugely aware, the problem in many parts of rural Ire...More Button

Post Office Closures (Continued)

Whereas for some of the population and particularly those who use iPhones, tablets and so on, e-booking and e-payments are very handy, there are many people who think that is a very mysterious worl...More Button

This is a joke. This is the best one ever. I have often seen Ministers coming in on behalf of other Ministers and apologising for them but I have never seen them disown them.More Button

He is meant to come in. Where is he?More Button

That was the most extraordinary performance ever by a Minister of State. There was an arrangement made-----More Button

I delivered on the ground. The Minister of State knows that and he admitted it to me many times.More Button

The Minister of State claims he has no responsibility for An Post but gives us no explanation regarding where the Minister is. Under Standing Orders, the Minister responsible is meant to take To...More Button

I am realistic enough to know there is migration away from postal services and we all use the Internet more. However, there are plenty of other services which can be put into the post offices. ...More Button

The Minister of State is absolutely wrong. I always believed that-----More Button

Hospital Waiting Lists

Asked the Minister for Health: the targets in place for reducing outpatient waiting times in University College Hospital, Galway, in 2017.More Button