Results 1–20 of 245 for speaker:Ian Milne

Northern Ireland Assembly: Oral Answers to Questions — Health: Respite Care (16 Jan 2017)

Ian Milne: Agus mo bhuíochas leis an Aire fosta as a freagraí go dtí seo. Will the Minister update us on any progress made in learning disability services in the Western Trust?

Northern Ireland Assembly: Oral Answers to Questions — Finance: Tax Justice (16 Jan 2017)

Ian Milne: 3. Mr Milne asked the Minister of Finance what steps his Department is taking to promote tax justice. (AQO 877/16-21)

Northern Ireland Assembly: Oral Answers to Questions — Finance: Tax Justice (16 Jan 2017)

Ian Milne: Buíochas fosta don Aire as na freagraí a thug sé go dtí seo. Ba mhaith liom a rá fosta — b'fhéidir gurb é seo an Tráth na gCeist deireannach sa Tionól seo — go ndearna an tAire jab maith, agus sílim go mbeidh tú arais arís anseo. What steps has your Department taken to promote tax cut compliance in government contracts?

Northern Ireland Assembly: Private Members' Business: People Diagnosed with HIV (29 Nov 2016)

Ian Milne: Thank you, Mr Speaker, for the opportunity to speak on this very important motion. While noting the concerns expressed by those who tabled the motion about the level of stigma experienced by people living with HIV, I put on record my support for any new campaign that promotes awareness and prevention and, more importantly, that is tailored to our local needs. I also commend the good work...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Oral Answers to Questions — Health: Ovarian Cancer (28 Nov 2016)

Ian Milne: What impact is the current Be Cancer Aware campaign having?

Northern Ireland Assembly: Adjournment: Cookstown Social Security Office: Proposed Closure (15 Nov 2016)

Ian Milne: I thank my colleague Linda Dillon for securing the Adjournment debate. It affords us the opportunity to speak about the proposal that is out to consultation, which includes the closure of Cookstown social security office and jobcentre. As many of the issues have been discussed, I will be brief here tonight. I thank and welcome the staff, the unions and the representatives of Mid Ulster...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Health: Mental Health Waiting Times (15 Nov 2016)

Ian Milne: Will the Minister give an update on the suicide prevention strategy?

Northern Ireland Assembly: Oral Answers to Questions — Communities: Social Housing: Adapted New Builds (15 Nov 2016)

Ian Milne: T7. Mr Milne asked the Minister for Communities how he plans to meet the needs of those people who require specially adapted new builds in the Mid Ulster area. (AQT 492/16-21)

Northern Ireland Assembly: Oral Answers to Questions — Communities: Social Housing: Adapted New Builds (15 Nov 2016)

Ian Milne: I thank the Minister for his response. I asked the question in the knowledge of the dire need in the Mid Ulster area among some families for such new builds. There is a long waiting list. Housing associations do not have plans to bring that about in the short term. My supplementary question is to ask you to treat this as a matter of urgency.

Northern Ireland Assembly: Infrastructure: Rural Roads Initiative (14 Nov 2016)

Ian Milne: T4. Mr Milne asked the Minister for Infrastructure for an update on the rural roads initiative. (AQT 459/16-21)

Northern Ireland Assembly: Infrastructure: Rural Roads Initiative (14 Nov 2016)

Ian Milne: Mo bhuíochas fosta leis an Aire. Thank you, Minister. Does the Minister agree that maintaining rural roads is as important as maintaining the main network?

Northern Ireland Assembly: Private Members' Business: Health and Wellbeing 2026: Delivering Together and 'Systems, Not Structures: Changing Health and Social Care' (14 Nov 2016)

Ian Milne: I thank you for the opportunity to speak on the motion and in support of the tabled amendment. I commend the Minister, Michelle O'Neill, on launching Health and Wellbeing 2026: Delivering Together, a 10-year vision to transform the North's health and social care system. As we know, this is an opportunity for a fresh start supported by the Executive and is not just the will of one Minister...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Ministerial Statements: Health and Wellbeing 2026: Delivering Together (25 Oct 2016)

Ian Milne: Buíochas fosta leis an Aire as an ráiteas seo inniu. I thank the Minister for her statement this morning. Our community pharmacies are providing vital services every day. Can the Minister explain how she plans to utilise them better to help deliver the vision and changes that she has set out today?

Northern Ireland Assembly: Private Members' Business: Nursing Shortages (24 Oct 2016)

Ian Milne: I, too, welcome the opportunity to contribute to this debate on the shortage of nursing staff. It has been an ongoing problem for a number of years, as demand on health services continues to grow not just here in the North but across the world. The motion gives us the opportunity to hear at first hand what the current situation is, what impact previous measures to address the issue have had...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Oral Answers to Questions — Communities: Sports Clubs: Capital Funding (24 Oct 2016)

Ian Milne: T3. Mr Milne asked the Minister for Communities for an update on the capital funding currently available to sports clubs. (AQT 388/16-21)

Northern Ireland Assembly: Oral Answers to Questions — Communities: Sports Clubs: Capital Funding (24 Oct 2016)

Ian Milne: Buíochas leis an Aire as a fhreagra. I thank the Minister for his answer thus far. What advice would you give to clubs — GAA clubs, soccer clubs and rugby clubs — to prepare for any future funding that may become available?

Northern Ireland Assembly: Opposition Business: Cancer Services: Deterioration (18 Oct 2016)

Ian Milne: I begin by recording my thanks to the research team here at the Assembly for the information pack provided in advance of today's debate. I also use this opportunity to acknowledge the work and dedication of healthcare staff, who, despite the challenges and pressures, continue to work day after day to deliver the best possible outcomes for people. They are supported in that work by...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Oral Answers to Questions — Infrastructure: George Best Belfast City Airport: Railway Halt (18 Oct 2016)

Ian Milne: What is the current position with the Department's transport plans?

Northern Ireland Assembly: Oral Answers to Questions — Health: Pharmacy Relocation Proposals (10 Oct 2016)

Ian Milne: Buíochas fosta don Aire. What is the Minister's assessment of the role of Community Pharmacy in supporting the reform of the health and social care system?

Northern Ireland Assembly: Adjournment: Road Infrastructure: Mid Ulster (4 Oct 2016)

Ian Milne: Before I get into my prepared piece, I congratulate Keith Buchanan on his maiden speech and wish him well for his time ahead in the Assembly. I also thank him for bringing this Adjournment debate on infrastructure in Mid Ulster to the Floor. I regularly meet local officials on matters of road maintenance and safety and want to state my appreciation of their time and effort. There can be no...


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