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 Charles Flanagan — the actions proposed to progress and advance urgently required new capital infrastructure projects for primary schools in Portlaoise; (2) Deputy Olwyn Enright — the investigations to be carried out into the second temporary closure of the Shannonbridge power station; (3) Deputy Deirdre Clune — the need to ensure that Cork Airport's proposed independent debt-free status is fully implemented; (4) Deputy Joe Costello — the need for the Minister for Transport to meet the Residents for Realignment to ensure the route chosen for Metro North is one that maximises the use of green space in the Drumcondra area; (5) Deputy Leo Varadkar — the urgent need to establish an additional secondary school in the Castleknock area in Dublin 15; (6) Deputy Róisín Shortall — the need to facilitate Dublin Bus in the early deployment of 60 new buses and to expedite a decision in respect of the use of the Dublin Port tunnel; (7) Deputy Jimmy Deenihan — the provision of transport for a person to St. John of God, Tralee, County Kerry; (8) Deputy Michael Creed — the threatened job losses at a factory in Cork, and the need for State agencies charged with job creation to target the Duhallow area of County Cork; and (9) Deputy David Stanton — the need for the Minister to examine the situation at Kilcredan national school in Ladysbridge, County Cork, where the average class size next September will be more than 30 pupils and where junior infants will have a class size of 36 pupils, whether she will sanction the appointment of two additional classroom teachers and whether she will make a statement on the matter.

The matters raised by Deputies Deenihan, Clune, Shortall and Varadkar have been selected for discussion.