Join us for the next eden project Communities camp. An experience designed for people who want to make good things happen where they live.
This camp is for beginner volunteers and people who have ideas they have not had teh courage to take action on yet.
Libraries NI has announced its commitment to a scams protection initiative, designed to empower adults learning computer and internet skills for the first time to stay safe from scams and know how to report them.
As consumers in Northern Ireland continue to do more online shopping due to the impact of COVID-19, the Consumer Council has compiled some top tips to help them avoid becoming victims of parcel delivery scams.
Play Your Part is a one-year pilot project led by PlayBoard and funded by the Education Authority. The project aims to support youth groups to embed a culture of effective participation and practice with children aged four to eight years.
When we launched our new Training Schedule in April, we included a new Leadership Series, consisting of 4 different but complimentary sessions. Each session covers a different topic regarding leadership of an organisation, programme or project.
The Consumer Council is urging AIB customers to review their banking needs ahead of the upcoming closure of several local branches later this year. Eight of AIB’s 15 branches are due to close on 12 November 2021.
The Consumer Council is urging Danske Bank customers to review their banking needs ahead of the upcoming closure of four local branches later this year. Ballygawley, Mallusk, Hillsborough and University Road in Belfast are due to close 22 October 2021.
The Belfast City Airport Forum is a consultative body representing local communities, public authorities, airport management and airport users. The Forum is inviting applications from residents’ organisations who wish to nominate a representative.
SSE Airtricity has today (Friday 2 July 2021) announced it will be increasing electricity prices by 9.7% from 1st August 2021. This will see the typical SSE Airtricity customer needing to find up to an extra £58 per year.
Electric Ireland will increase its electricity prices by 10.2% from 1 August 2021. This is the second increase announced by Electric Ireland this year. The typical Electric Ireland customer will see their bill rise by around £60 per year.
Heating oil clubs are a long proven way to save 10% to 15% on your home heating oil bill. With the advent of Fuel Round, that saving is available to all residents of Northern Ireland, and the service is modern, sleek and super easy to use.