Three local clubs in NI have made it to the final stages of the Hovis Live Good Local Challenge 2018. They are (1) Drama Queens from Derry-Londonderry; (2) Upperlands Cross Community Football Club from Maghera; and (3) Orchardville from Belfast.
CIM Ireland Awards celebrate 18th birthday and are now open for entries, with new categories on corporate social responsibility and not for profit category sponsored by Moy Park. Free to enter : open to members and non members.
The general public are invited to vote for their favourite video online via www.hovislivegood.com. Voting will close on 8th July at 23.59 and the ultimate winner, as voted for by the public, will be announced week ending 13 July on the website.
27,000 Click Energy customers across Northern Ireland will be affected by a 9.68% electricity price increase. The Consumer Council says this is unwelcome news, and we encourage all consumers to review whether they are on the best deal for their electricit
Ballymacash Sports Academy is creating a revolution in sporting circles by launching a community share offer to transform its Lisburn-based ground into a state-of-the-art facility that will serve all sections of the community.
Three local clubs in Northern Ireland have made it to the final stages of the Hovis Live Good Local Challenge 2018. They are (1) Drama Queens from Londonderry; (2) Upperlands Cross Community Football Club from Maghera; and (3) Orchardville from Belfast.
Bryson Energy, part of Bryson Charitable Group, has welcomed the publication of the NIHE 2016 House Condition Survey. The survey has shown a significant reduction in the number of households living in fuel poverty in Northern Ireland.
The Charity Commission for Northern Ireland is to take part in a live annual reporting Twitter Q&A, from noon to 1pm, on Thursday, 14 June 2018. Hosted via @CharityCommNI, you can take part using #charityreporting.
Healthy Kidz CIC is an innovative fitness initiative aiming to give physical literacy the same level of importance as academic literacy on the School curriculum. To meet demand the organisation has accessed support from the Building Better Futures Fund.
The month of June has been designated Scams Awareness Month. During this month Trading Standards and The Consumer Council will be joining with other organisations to raise awareness and encourage people to report and talk about the issues.