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 Denis Naughten — the need for the Minister for Health and Children to outline her plans for the provision of acute medical and surgical care of the people of Roscommon, Galway, Westmeath, Longford, Leitrim and Offaly, following the HSE decision to close the inpatient surgery and accident departments at Roscommon County Hospital and transfer them to Portiuncula Hospital, Ballinasloe, on an interim basis; (2) Deputy Shane McEntee — the Government's policy on incineration, the different methods by which our waste is disposed of and its possible effect on people's health; (3) Deputy Jimmy Deenihan — the closure of the Tralee refugee support services drop-in centre; (4) Deputy Fergus O'Dowd — the progress regarding a school in Drogheda, County Louth; (5) Deputy Phil Hogan — to intervene with all employment agencies to support the retention of existing jobs and the replacement of employment at Smithwicks brewery, Kilkenny; (6) Deputy Kieran O'Donnell — the roll-out of BreastCheck in Limerick; (7) Deputy Michael D. Higgins — to ask the Minister for Health and Children to indicate the steps her Department will take on the continuing issue of 278 separated children who entered the country as unaccompanied minors and who have gone missing while under the care of the Health Service Executive; her views on whether the human rights of these children have not been vindicated; and if she is in a position to state that the children involved are not in danger of involvement in circumstances such as the abuses associated with human trafficking; (8) Deputy Joan Burton — the reasons a school in Dublin 15 was refused recognition; (9) Deputy Andrew Doyle — the need for an extension of the single payment scheme deadline, considering the difficulties facing the agricultural community in meeting tomorrow's closing date, particularly given that there is currently an estimated shortfall of 50,000 applications, with less than 62% applications received to date, noting that agricultural planners are reporting unprecedented difficulties in meeting their workload commitments and considering that this year's application procedure is more complex than previous years as it incorporates the single farm payment, disadvantaged areas payment and REPS; (10) Deputy Joe Costello — the need for the Minister for Health and Children to outline progress to date on the development of the national children's hospital; and (11) Deputy Joe Carey — the need to address the ongoing boil notice on the public water supply in Ennis, County Clare.

The matters raised by Deputies Kieran O'Donnell, Fergus O'Dowd, Joan Burton and Jimmy Deenihan have been selected for discussion.