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Mr. Peter Robinson:
To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland pursuant to the answer of
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29 November 2005, Official Report, column 372W, on business start-ups, how much was given in each of the last four years in each Belfast constituency. 
Angela E. Smith: The table presents the amount of assistance offered to new business start-ups, by Invest NI, during each of the last three and half years, analysed by each Belfast parliamentary constituency.
David Simpson: To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland pursuant to the answer of 14 December 2005, Official Report, column 2093W, on child abuse, what meetings have taken place involving the Department of Health, Social Services and Public Safety, Police Service of Northern Ireland and senior representatives of the Roman Catholic Church; what information was provided in relation to (a) each diocese fully within Northern Ireland and (b) each diocese that straddles the border with the Republic of Ireland; when he expects to be in a position to make recommendations; and what plans he has to establish an independent public inquiry into this matter. 
Since 30 January 2006, officials from the Department of Health, Social Services and Public Safety (DHSSPS) and representatives of the Police Service of Northern Ireland met jointly with senior representatives of the Roman Catholic Church on 6 February 2006. DHSSPS officials met with senior representatives of the Roman Catholic Church and their legal representatives' on 8 February 2006 and again with senior representatives of the Roman Catholic Church on 9 February 2006.
David Simpson: To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland on how many occasions in each of the last 10 years the head of the Northern Ireland Civil Service has met leaders of (a) the Presbyterian Church, (b) the Roman Catholic Church, (c) the Church of Ireland, (d) the Methodist Church, (e) the Baptist Union of Ireland, (f) the Free Presbyterian Church, (g) the Elim Pentecostal Church, (h) the Reformed Presbyterian Church, (i) the Congregational Union of Ireland, (j) the Evangelican Alliance, (k) ECONI and (l) the Caleb Foundation. 
Angela E. Smith: This information, over such a lengthy period of time, could be provided only at disproportionate cost. The current Head of the Northern Ireland Civil Service has met with leaders and representatives of a number of the organisations listed and would be very willing to meet with the leaders of any of the other denominations and organisations listed, if they wished to have such a meeting.
The first three days of induction are spent on a residential training course to explore, in a safe environment, issues around sectarianism, cultural and religious differences, empowerment, social history and reconciliation. This training also takes cognisance of wider diversity issues which are explored more fully in the Police College programme. This specific equality and diversity training focuses on issues around, amongst other things, prejudices, stereotypes, assumptions based on people's race, religion, community background, political belief, age, disability, sexual orientation, ethnic origin, nationality etc.
|Day case average|
£ per attendance
|Armagh and Dungannon|||
|Causeway/United joint service||765|
|Newry & Mourne||572|
Mr. Hain: The Northern Ireland Office's catering budget is not disaggregated in these terms. However, in all significant procurement for goods and services the opportunity to integrate environmental factors into the contract will be considered. Moreover, the providers of goods and services must comply with equality and race relations legislation.
Mrs. Villiers: To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland how many job advertisements were placed by his Department (a) in total, (b) in print newspapers and magazines and (c) on a recruitment website in each year since 1997; and at what (i) total and (ii) average cost in each case. 
Mr. Woodward: The following table provides details of the cost of advertising vacancies in the Northern Ireland Office, excluding its agencies and NDPBs, from 2001 to 2005. No advertising information is available prior to that date.
|Calendar year||(a) Number of recruitment competitions||(b) Publication advertising costs||(c) Website(91)|
|(ii) Average cost|
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