Allocation of healthcare resources broken down by county & prevalence of disease across socio-economic strata – click here.
Tax relief on third-level registration fees – click here.
How will property tax funds be spent in 2014? – click here.
Efforts to eliminate diesel smuggling & property tax exemptions - click here.
The impact of Section 37 of the Employment Equality Act on LGBT persons – click here.
A permanent school in the former Garda station on Harcourt Terrace? – click here.
Minister Reilly’s efforts to keep private health insurance affordable – click here.
Property tax adjustment by local authorities & Publishing decisions made in the public interest by the Financial Regulator – click here.
Numbers working illegally in Ireland & Minister Shatter’s views on amnesties for some of those in the asylum system – click here.
Incentivising re-training in key sectors like technology – click here.
Cigarette seizures in 2013, excise returns since 2012 & tax exemptions on activities that promote a healthy lifestyle – click here.
Exemption from tolls for electric vehicles & a congestion charge for the city centre? – click here.
The effect of the new building control regulations on self builders – click here.
Timeframes that Gardaí can hold information on an arrest that didn’t lead to conviction – click here.
Differences in salary scales for civil servants recruited in 2010 vs. 2011 – click here.
Irish water pay scales & NPPR collection rates – Click here.
A Junior Minister for Pensions? – Click here.
Tax relief on third-level fees – Click here.
Limiting fees charged on pension products – Click here.
Potential low-tide walkway from Ringsend to Blackrock – Click here.
Property tax and first-time buyers – Click here.
Vendor financing for new infrastructural projects; click here.
Accountancy firms operating outside IAASA supervision; click here.
Placing children on multiple school enrolment lists; click here.
Capital funding for Youth Cafés; click here.
Update on Ireland’s bid to host the Rugby World Cup & funding for sports in 2013; click here.
Receipts for property tax payment; click here.
The sustainability of Ireland’s pension system; click here.
State liability on behalf of the ESB pension fund; click here.
Finance – Payment of the property tax by credit/debit card; click here.
Education & Skills – Haddington Road for non-unionised teachers; click here.
Environment – Producer responsibility for waste management; click here.
Health – Medical card eligibility for those with UK pensions; click here.
Property tax raised by each city and county council and capital gains tax rates for entrepreneurs; click here.
Voting rights for Irish citizens living abroad; click here.
A bicycle registration scheme to help identify stolen bicycles and community policing resources in the constituency; click here.
The promotion of safe cycling and regulation of the adventure sports industry; click here.
Finance – Voice recording legislation for the financial services sector; click here.
Environment – Installation of water meters; click here.
Transport – Penalties for driving without insurance; click here.
Justice – Treatment of asylum seekers in Direct Provision accommodation centres; click here.
Public Expenditure & Reform – Application of the Freedom of Information Act to companies owned by local authorities; click here.
Social Protection – Welfare cap on persons or households; click here.
Foreign Affairs – Irish embassies in Libya; click here.
Health – Access to Primary Care Services; click here.
Transport – Penalties for Driving without Insurance; click here.
Finance – Meeting with the Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapists; click here.
Social Protection – Local Employment Service Providers; click here.
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