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 Eamon Scanlon — the retention of cancer services at Sligo General Hospital; (2) Deputy Noel J. Coonan — the proposed abolition of Tipperary Institute of Education; (3) Deputy James Reilly — the provision of funding in respect of a site for a second level school in Lusk, County Dublin; (4) Deputy James Bannon — the issuing of appointments for consultants at the Midlands Regional Hospital, Mullingar, County Westmeath; (5) Deputy Thomas McEllistrim — investment in ICT education in schools particularly at primary level; (6) Deputy Andrew Doyle — the implication of the proposed cut in the half rate carer's allowance on the ability of the carers to provide the costly necessities of care for the sick and elderly in their own homes and the possibility of implementing the Carers Association of Ireland cost neutral proposals following the disappointment of the decision by the Government not to publish the national carers strategy in March of this year; (7) Deputy Lucinda Creighton — the issuing of the report into corporate governance at the Dublin Docklands Development Authority; and (8) Deputy Bernard J. Durkan — the Kill national school, County Kildare, building project.

The matters raised by Deputies Eamon Scanlon, James Bannon, Thomas McEllistrim and Bernard Durkan have been selected for discussion.