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 Burton — the current spate of violent gun crime in Dublin 15, including the shooting dead of a person (details supplied); (2) Deputy Peter Power — that the Minister immediately provide the funding necessary to staff a new six unit residential complex at St. Vincent's residential centre for the disabled, Lisnagry, County Limerick; (3) Deputy O'Connor — to ask the Minister to note the loss of up to 40 jobs at the Jacobs Biscuit factory on the Belgard Road, Tallaght; (4) Deputy Finneran — that the Minister give an update regarding the need for refurbishment and extension at a school (details supplied); (5) Deputy O'Sullivan — the need for the Minister to order a review of the safety of the school bus fleet in view of the accident in County Meath in which five young girls lost their lives; (6) Deputy Naughten — the need for the Minister to take immediate steps to provide an adequate audiology service in the west of Ireland; (7) Deputy Healy — the urgent need for the location of an emergency ambulance station at Carrick-on-Suir, County Tipperary; (8) Deputy Costello — that the Minister resolve the confusion created by the new computerisation system used to register births, marriages and deaths in the General Register Office; (9) Deputy Cowley — if the Minister has yet reached a decision as regards the allocation of a permanent site for a school (details supplied); and (10) Deputy Olivia Mitchell — to call on the Minister to immediately commence a programme of seat belt installation in all school bus services.

The matters raised by Deputies Peter Power, Naughten, Burton and Cowley have been selected for discussion.