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 Keaveney — the need for extra beds to be allocated at Letterkenny General Hospital; (2) Deputy Howlin — the need for the Minister to sanction the extension to Loreto secondary school, Spawell Road, Wexford; (3) Deputy Blaney — to ask the Minister the position with the provision of extra beds and an accident and emergency department extension at Letterkenny General Hospital; (4) Deputy Connaughton — the matter of minimum speed limits to apply outside national schools on regional and country roads to ensure the safety of children attending such schools; (5) Deputy Cowley — to ask the Minister if he will comment on what part road conditions have played in fatal road accidents in recent years; (6) Deputy Healy — the need for the Minister to approve the relocation of the Tipperary Institute from its current location to the Watson Estate, Ballingarrane, Clonmel; (7) Deputy Enright — to ask the Minister if he is aware of the change of use of a power station from the combustion of peat to the combustion of meat and bonemeal in Edenderry, County Offaly; (8) Deputy Eamon Ryan — to ask the Minister how he intends to decide on the appropriate level for the wild salmon catch for 2005 given the conflicting scientific advice he has received; (9) Deputy Hogan — the need for additional teaching staff to be appointed to Urlingford national school, County Kilkenny; (10) Deputy Deenihan — the need for the Minister to put in place a radon remediation plan for the Castleisland and Tralee areas of County Kerry; (11) Deputy Neville — the construction of a national school at Kilfinane, County Limerick; and (12) Deputy Gogarty — that the Minister investigate the need for a circular rail line to link the outer suburbs of Dublin city.

The matters raised by Deputies Keaveney, Blaney, Howlin and Deenihan have been selected for discussion.