Adjournment Debate Matters.

I wish to advise the House of the following matters in respect of which notice has been given under Standing Order 21 and the name of the Member in each case: (1) Deputy Costello — the need to ensure that the money and property seized by the Criminal Assets Bureau is channelled into a special fund dedicated exclusively to the fight against drug abuse; (2) Deputy Gallagher (Laoighis-Offaly)— the urgent need to provide a new Garda station for Tullamore, County Offaly, in view of the risk to the health and safety of the Garda Síochána and the public arising from the condition of the existing station; (3) Deputy Ring — the need to instruct the Western Health Board to appoint a dentist for the Belmullet area, County Mayo, either in a temporary or permanent capacity, in view of the delays in dental treatment for young people in the area; (4) Deputy Shortall — the urgent need to approve Dublin Corporation plans for the redevelopment of the Ballymun Estate, Dublin; (5) Deputy Upton — the need to protect consumers' health from the dangers of infected meat in the context of the Eastern Health Board's failure to prosecute butchers and meat processors following the recommendations of the chief veterinary officer of South Dublin County Council that such action be taken; (6) Deputy Keaveney — the continuing concern being expressed by the Foyle fishermen in relation to the incoming season; (7) Deputy Power — the future of the New Euro Peat Power Station for the midlands; (8) Deputy Flaherty — the urgent need to resolve the industrial relations problems in the Department of Education in light of the cancellation of the applied leaving certificate assessments which affected 3,000 students; (9) Deputy Quill — the need to avert the imminent closure of Youghal Carpet Yarns Limited, in Cork; (10) Deputy Aylward — the need to intervene immediately in the Bell Lines Freight Transport Group, Waterford, where an examiner has been appointed and where the future of 160 haulage companies is at stake; (11) Deputies Ned O'Keeffe and Batt O'Keeffe — the problems facing the Bell Lines Freight Transport Group and its workers and families; (12) Deputy Martin — the need to provide immediate funding to the Cork national school project for additional space and basic sanitary facilities in the interests of public health; (13) Deputy Ó Cuív — the need to introduce legislation to amend the Medical Practitioners Act in order to ensure that foreign nationals who have had temporary registration over long periods in this country are not discriminated against; (14) Deputy Lynch — the need to devise a system whereby all exclusions from school are notified immediately to the Department of Education.

The matters raised by Deputies Ó Cuív, Quill, Aylward and Keaveney have been selected for discussion.