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Mr. Donaldson: To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland what he expects the costs to be of implementing the recommendations of the Costello Report in the Province. 
Mr. Gardiner: Additional resources of some £20 million have been secured over the next three years for the implementation of the new arrangements for post-primary education. As these new arrangements will largely be developed at local level, decisions on the distribution of the resources available have yet to be taken. I anticipate, however, that they will enable us to support the phased introduction of key elements of the new arrangements, including the Pupil Profile, the Entitlement Framework and the development of co-operation and collaboration between schools and between schools and FE colleges.
Mrs. Iris Robinson: To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland how many dilutional hyponatraemia-related deaths occurred in the Province in each of the last 20 years. 
Angela Smith: The following table gives the number of deaths registered in Northern Ireland for each year between 1984 and 2003, where
1 International Classification of Diseases, Tenth Revision code E87.1 for years 200103 and Ninth Revision code 276.1 for years 19842000.
2 International Classification of Diseases, Tenth Revision code E87.7 for years 200103 and Ninth Revision code 276.6 for years 19842000.
|Deaths where the primary cause of death was hyponatraemia" or fluid overload'||Deaths where an associated/secondary cause of death was hyponatraemia" or fluid overload'|
Mr. Dodds: To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland how much money has been spent on the Early Years Development Fund in each constituency in Northern Ireland in each year since its introduction. 
Angela Smith: Information regarding allocations Early Years Development Fund (EYDF) broken down by parliamentary constituency is not available. EYDF provides a degree of infrastructural support to the Childcare Partnerships. The Department provides the Childcare Partnerships with a percentage allocation of the annual EYDF budget available, which can then be targeted to provide support for suitable projects/activities in the Partnership area. In addition, the Department also uses a portion of EYDF to support a range of diverse organisations and activities across Northern Ireland.
The following table shows the overall level of investment in the Early Years Development Fund at Northern Ireland and Childcare Partnership level since 1999.
|Eastern childcare partnership||0.19||0.39||0.38||0.39||0.41||0.45|
|Western childcare partnership||0.09||0.23||0.23||0.24||0.25||0.29|
|Northern childcare partnership||0.02||0.26||0.21||0.22||0.23||0.26|
|Southern childcare partnership||0.04||0.22||0.20||0.21||0.21||0.22|
Mr. Gregory Campbell: To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland how much public funding has been spent in each of the last three years on offering assistance to representatives of companies sited in the constituency of East Londonderry at the invitation of Invest Northern Ireland. 
Mr. Gardiner: The following table provides information relating to offers made to clients within the East Londonderry parliamentary constituency area during the three years up to end March 2004. Included is the total amount of planned investment to which these offers contributed.
|Number of offers||Assistance (£)||Planned investment (£)|
Invest NI data are provided for the most recent two years. Information for the year 200102 is based on the addition of funding provided by two of Invest NI's legacy agenciesthe Industrial Development Board and the Local Enterprise Development Unit.
Mrs. Iris Robinson: To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland how many patients in the Province have been diagnosed with influenza in each month over the past five years; how many have died from influenza in the Province in each of the last 20 years; and how many cases of each subtype of influenza were diagnosed in the Province since 1 November 2004. 
Angela Smith: The information is as follows:
(i) Information on the number of patients diagnosed with influenza in each month over the last five years within the Province is detailed in the following table.
|Month/year||Number of influenza detections|
(ii) The following table gives the number of deaths registered in Northern Ireland for each year between 1984 and 2003, due to influenza" 1
|Registration year||Influenza" deaths|
(iii) Since 1 November 2004, there have been a total of 28 laboratory-confirmed influenza infections in Northern Ireland. All are influenza A: four have been typed as influenza A H3, 12 have been typed as influenza A HI. The remaining 12 viruses have not been sub-typed.
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Lady Hermon: To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland how many (a) young people and (b) staff have been injured in the past (i) six and (ii) 12 months while using restraining methods at the Juvenile Justice Centre; and whether any review was carried out following each incident. 
Mr. Spellar: This is an operational responsibility of the Chief Executive of the Youth Justice Agency of Northern Ireland (Bill Lockhart). He has reported the figures in the table and advised me that the majority of the injuries can be classed as minor and includes red marks, bruises and superficial scratches.
|Injuries in past 6 months (July to December 2004)|
|Injuries in past 12 months (January to December 2004)|
Every incident involving the use of physical restraint is recorded in the appropriate log book and signed off by the Unit Manager or Duty Manager in his/her absence. These log books are subject to regular scrutiny by Senior Managers. Every incident of physical restraint is subject to review at the daily Information Meeting attended by Senior and Duty Managers.
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