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 Deenihan — the need to advance stages two and three of the extension to a school (details supplied) to provide proper facilities for autistic children; (2) Deputy Enright — that the Minister outline the steps she intends to take to provide new school buildings at Tullamore college; (3) Deputy Cowley — to ask the Minister if a school (details supplied) will be included in the small schools pilot initiative or the summer works scheme 2005; (4) Deputy McHugh — the need for the Minister to provide adequate resources to the pain service department at University College Hospital, Galway (details supplied); (5) Deputy Morgan — to ask the Minister the procedural checks his Department has in place to prevent deviation by local authorities from the terms of the tenant purchase scheme; (6) Deputy Hoctor — further to the Minister's announcement yesterday on additional renewable energy capacity, the reason 27 small projects were excluded from participation in the scheme; (7) Deputy Neville — a report on service provision in the eastern region by an association (details supplied); and (8) Deputy Kirk — that the Minister bring forward hardship alleviation measures in relation to the liquid milk productionsector.

The matters raised by Deputies Neville, Hoctor, Cowley and Morgan have been selected for discussion.