Following a new report published by the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) regarding airline refunds, The Consumer Council is urging the CAA to ensure airlines act responsibly towards their customers, and is urging consumers to act now to secure their refunds
In the coming weeks, Northern Ireland Water will be sending out water bills to businesses in Northern Ireland. To help avoid any surprises and ensure businesses are being billed correctly, The Consumer Council has developed a range of helpful resources.
NICVA and partners haven't let COVID 19 stop the Transformative Leadership Programme. Support for leadership in interface areas has never been more important so we're all set to bring you Autumn courses online.
The Housing Mediation Service operated by Housing Rights and funded by the Department for Communities, offers tenants and landlords in the private rented sector a new way of finding agreements that are sustainable and satisfactory for both parties.
Lockdown has made living with arthritis harder. The pain of waiting for joint replacement surgery is impossible to ignore. We need a national plan to restart treatment & bring down waiting lists safely.
A dynamic group of cancer care researchers at the Ulster University have organised a Clock the Kms event to raise much-needed cash for local charity Cancer Focus Northern Ireland as its income hits an all-time low.
At the start of the Covid19 pandemic, NIYF committed to ensure that the voices of young people would not be lost. Over the 'lockdown period', NIYF conducted two surveys with young people and a total of 1,065 responses were received.
In the ROI particularly, we've had a surge of requests asking for rapid deployment Temperature Reading equipment that can be self-installed to reduce costs. While they're ahead of us in terms of kickstarting trade, the question is: are you safety ready?
Following the reopening of shops in Northern Ireland, and the gradual reduction in the government’s COVID-19 restrictions, The Consumer Council has issued top tips to drivers in Northern Ireland on how to avoid getting a private parking ticket.
Electric Ireland announced today that it reducing its domestic electricity prices by 4.1% from 1 August 2020, meaning that all but one of the electricity suppliers in Northern Ireland will have lowered their prices before the autumn.
On the back of SSE Airtricity’s announcement today that it is set to reduce its domestic electricity prices by 5.1% from 1 August 2020, The Consumer Council would encourage consumers to shop around for the best energy deal.