Northern Ireland Chest Heart & Stroke’s (NICHS) Well Team programme is a FREE workplace health and wellbeing service funded by the Public Health Agency (PHA). It aims to engage with workplaces to improve the health and wellbeing of their employees.
The Consumer Council appreciates the announcement today that Power NI’s tariff will decrease 4.8% from 1 July 2020. This reduction reflects some of the recent falls in wholesale prices. The average Power NI annual bill will decrease by £29.
NIE Networks and The Consumer Council are reminding the public to stay safe and guard against bogus callers on the doorstep. There are concerns that bogus callers may take the coronavirus pandemic as an opportunity to take advantage of consumers.
Starting Thursday, May 7th, customers can purchase a Lidl Community Gift Voucher, up to the value of £200, by calling our hotline on 0800-008-3016. They will then receive the gift card via registered post.
The Consumer Council has been urging the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) to ensure that airlines provide passengers with the refunds they are legally entitled to under EU regulations, following numerous flight cancellations amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The fostering team in Northern Ireland continue to work hard to provide children with a safe, stable and loving home. If you think Fostering could be for you, click the link below to apply. www.actionforchildren.org.uk/fosterwithus
Royal Mail announced today (Tuesday 28 April 2020) that from 2 May it will reduce its service delivery by removing letter deliveries on Saturdays. Tracked parcels and Special Delivery items and most parcel will still be delivered on Saturdays.
Eden Project Communities launches #TheBigThanks join in with shout outs on social media, on bill boards and with little gifts popped in the post, to spread positivity in a first step to maintaining community mindedness after the pandemic ends.
BCCM in partnership with Galaxy Facilities Management and Ulster University have joined forces to pay tribute to the many key workers and organisations that continue to keep the heart of the city centre gently beating during lockdown.
In cooperation with DE’s Play Matters project, PlayBoard has developed a new information sheet to assist teachers, playworkers, parents and those caring for children in these challenging times, to consider how they might provide quality play opportunities