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 Deputy in each case: (1) Deputy Dukes – the recommendation by the Irish Medicines Board on the classification of animal vaccines; (2) Deputy Clune – the need to provide funding to implement the plans for the future development of Cork Airport; (3) Deputy Ring – the progress made by the task force in north Mayo in securing alternative industry for the area; (4) Deputy Ellis – the future status of Sligo Borough and the proposals the Department of the Environment and Local Government has for its development; (5) Deputy Shatter – the circumstances in which the ministerial car of the Minister for Justice, Equality and Law Reform was recently stopped for travelling substantially in excess of the speed limit; (6) Deputy Michael Kitt – the present position on the provision of swimming facilities in Ballinasloe, County Galway; (7) Deputy Owen – the provision of medical services in Balbriggan, County Dublin; (8) Deputy Sargent – the unsatisfactory situation in relation to the provision of medical services in Balbriggan, County Dublin; (9) Deputy Gilmore – the need to meet the Coal Harbour Users Group, Dún Laoghaire, in relation to the transfer of control of the boatyard; (10) Deputy Keaveney – the closure of two more factories in Irishowen, County Donegal, with the loss of 300 and 19 jobs respectively; (11) Deputy Deenihan – the public concern in Kerry due to uncertainty surrounding Aer Lingus's plans to continue its service to Kerry Airport; (12) Deputy Flanagan – the need to declare the town of Kildare an emergency area because of traffic gridlock; (13) Deputy Michael Ahern – the impending erection of ESB pylons from Aghada to Rafeen, County Cork and the need to bring about a solution to the impasse between the ESB and the anti-pylon community group.

The matters raised by Deputies Deenihan, Dukes, Shatter and Gilmore have been selected for discussion.