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Dáil Éireann díospóireacht -
Wednesday, 17 Jan 2018

Vol. 963 No. 6

Topical Issue Matters

I wish to advise the House of the following matters in respect of which notice has been given under Standing Order 29A and the name of the Member in each case: (1) Deputy Mary Butler – the absence of psychology services for children with disabilities in Waterford; (2) Deputy Margaret Murphy O'Mahony – the status of the flood relief scheme in Bandon; (3) Deputy Eamon Scanlon – the position on BPS payments to farmers on Killery Mountain; (4) Deputy David Cullinane – the need for an investigation into sexual abuse allegations (details supplied) in various State agencies; (5) Deputy Catherine Connolly – to discuss the response to the recent flooding in Galway; (6) Deputies Brendan Smith, Charlie McConalogue, Jackie Cahill, Dara Calleary, Timmy Dooley, Michael Moynihan, Éamon Ó Cuív and Eugene Murphy – to discuss the urgent need to provide a fodder aid scheme; (7) Deputy Declan Breathnach – to consider zero tolerance legislation with mandatory sentencing for violent crime; (8) Deputy Frank O'Rourke – the need to improve mental health services, especially in psychiatry in County Kildare; (9) Deputy Mattie McGrath – to consider proposals to rejuvenate the Irish sugar beet sector; (10) Deputy Stephen Donnelly – traffic congestion in north Wicklow; (11) Deputies Clare Daly and Maureen O'Sullivan – to discuss the recent fox hunt on a housing estate in Cork; (12) Deputy Mick Barry – to discuss the impact here following the liquidation of Carillion in the UK; (13) Deputy Martin Ferris – the position on radiology scans at University Hospital Kerry; (14) Deputy James Browne – the future of Rosslare Europort; (15) Deputy Richard Boyd Barrett – the plans for an agency to build housing on public land; and (16) Deputy Donnchadh Ó Laoghaire – the need for public transport in Cork city.

The matters raised by Deputies Butler, Ó Laoghaire, Donnelly and Boyd Barrett have been selected for discussion.