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Consumer Council

SSE Airtricity has today (Friday 29 January 2021) announced it will be increasing electricity prices by 3.9% from 1 March 2021. This will see the typical SSE Airtricity customer needing to find up to an extra £22 per year.
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Business Services Organisation, Procurement and Logistics Service ( BSO PaLS)

Pre Tender Engagement Paper - Provision of a Shared Lives Service for Health and Social Care (HSC) Northern Ireland (NI)
Action Cancer
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Sonya Cassidy PR

Northern Ireland's leading, local cancer charity Action Cancer is calling on supporters to enter its online ‘Bake Off’ Competition to mark World Cancer Day on 4th February 2021.
Survey
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PlayBoard NI

PlayBoard NI in partnership with The Controlled Schools’ Support Council (CSSC) and Stranmillis University College is seeking the views of practitioners in relation to the impact of the pandemic on play in practice.
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Upper Springfield Development Trust

CFSP Newsletter Jan & Feb 2021. Home schooling, training, stress support & family activities see link below, so if you live in Belfast, over 16 years of age unemployed or economically inactive, or want to increase working hours, please get in contact.
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Eden Project Communities

Do you have an idea you want to start up in your neighbourhood? Or do you know someone who makes a difference where you live?  Eden Project Communities partnered with National Lottery are searching for ten people to represent Northern Ireland
The joy of remote working!
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Charityline

The late Marshall McLuhan described the world as a 'global village' talking about how the 'world's culture was both shrinking and expanding simultaneously.' So imagine his take on real time communications today...
Cora Laffey
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The Prince's Trust

More than a quarter of young people in Northern Ireland (27 per cent) admit they feel “unable to cope with life” since the pandemic, warns a new Prince’s Trust report.
Action Cancer
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Sonya Cassidy PR

Closing date for registrations with Action Cancer is 26th February 2021.
Cervical cancer survivor Marianne Nicholson, from Saintfield, urges women to go for their smear test when called.
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Cancer Focus Northern Ireland

A Co Down woman who survived cervical cancer says it’s a ‘must’ for women to go for their smear test when called.
PlayBoard NI
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PlayBoard NI

Survey for SAC providers on the impact of Covid-19 restrictions.
DATS Collection & Delivery service. Photo of DATS buses
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Disability Action

We have adapted our service and can provide a transport service for members and non-members throughout N.Ireland in line with COVID-19 restrictions.
Organ donation consultation
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Public Health Agency

Virtual webinars to learn more about organ donation and the public consultation to enable attendees to respond to the consultation
Survivor Eileen McCay encourages everyone to help raise funds for the Cancer Focus NI bra-fitting service for women who've had breast cancer surgery
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Cancer Focus Northern Ireland

Cancer Focus NI is appealing to the public to help raise funds for its unique bra-fitting service by taking part in a New Year, New You competition with a stylish prize worth £200.
Gareth Kirk Action Cancer Chief Executive
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Sonya Cassidy PR

Northern Ireland’s leading, local cancer charity Action Cancer has confirmed it is still operating cancer prevention, detection and support services during the current lockdown.
Young person Stephanie from Bangor a member of Autonomie pictured along with her mum Janice.
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Autonomie

Youth disability charity boss Lynne Morrison has hailed £198,000 of financial support from the National Lottery as a ‘lifeline’ for families raising a child or young adult with disabilities.
Transform your business with Standard Utilities
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Charityline

Start the new year with plans to transform your organisation's telecom requirements that will work to your 2021 business strategy...
New Online Attracting & Selecting Volunteers Course
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Volunteer Now Enterprises Ltd

Volunteer Now and Volunteer Now Enterprises Ltd are excited to announce the release of our new online training course – Attracting and Selecting Volunteers.
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Business Services Organisation, Procurement and Logistics Service ( BSO PaLS)

Primary Care Talking Therapies in Belfast Health and Social Care Trust – Reopening January 2021 (3178204) - Dynamic Framework Agreement
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Consumer Council

With Brexit just around the corner, The Consumer Council is concerned with reports of retailers and parcel operators withdrawing deliveries between Great Britain (GB) and Northern Ireland (NI).
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Consumer Council

Debenhams, the department store chain, will temporarily stop accepting orders on their website for Northern Ireland delivery from midnight tonight (Thursday 17 December 2020).
Christmas Maritime Mile Treasure Trail, Belfast
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Maritime Belfast Trust

The Maritime Mile truly comes alive during the festive season - explore the Christmas Maritime Mile Treasure Trail and gear up for the holiday season!
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Consumer Council

More than a fifth (22%) of UK consumers have already decided they’ll be sending festive gifts through the post rather than giving in person this year. The Consumer Council has put together some top tips to help consumers get the best deal on postage.
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Consumer Council

The Consumer Council is encouraging passengers due to travel over the festive period to plan in advance and be prepared, due to the impact of COVID-19 and EU Exit.
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Public Health Agency

The purpose of the consultation is to seek the public’s views on how to introduce a soft opt-out organ donation system for Northern Ireland. This would require new legislation to change the current system here, from opt-in to opt-out.