Northern Ireland’s leading, local cancer charity, Action Cancer is calling on adventurers to join them on their 2022 Trek the Rockies Challenge and raise funds for the charity’s prevention, detection and support services.
The Big Lunch kickstarted a #MonthofCommunity during June with the message of small is BIG and to date people across Northern Ireland have come together to hold small, socially distanced activities to enjoy each others company, share food and re-connect.
Play Your Part is a new, exciting one-year pilot project led by PlayBoard NI and funded by the Education Authority (EA), aimed at supporting youth groups to embed a culture of effective participation and practice with children aged four to eight years.
The Consumer Council has provided airline passengers with information about their rights in the event of flight cancellations, following the announcement that Aer Lingus has cancelled several flights from Belfast City Airport.
PlayBoard NI, Stranmillis University College and the Controlled Schools’ Support Council recently embarked on a collaborative research project to examine the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the quality of play within early years classrooms.
Young volunteers across Northern Ireland have come together with Volunteer Now to launch the region’s all-new Impact Awards, which aim to support, encourage and reward those who make a standout contribution.
Budget Energy will increase electricity prices by 14.9% from 2 July 2021 for all variable rate customers. The typical Budget Energy customer with a credit meter will see their bill rise by around £93 per year, while customers with a keypad (PAYG) meter wi
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Bright Energy has announced it will be increasing electricity prices from 26 June 2021. This will see the typical bill paying Bright Energy customer needing to find up to an extra £42 a year and a key pad customer an extra £25 per year.