The General Consumer Council, the passenger’s watchdog, is pleased that two out of three of the Railways Task Force options give our railway a positive future.
Uncle Andy, Ulster’s loveable rogue, is the focus of the General Consumer Council’s new bus advertising campaign to help consumers avoid dodgy deals.
The General Consumer Council today hit out at price increases announced by Phoenix Natural Gas, claiming that they may be unfair to certain consumers. The figures listed by Phoenix in their Home Energy Comparison table show increases of up to 8.5%.
In its submission to the Railways Task Force the General Consumer Council says that a first rate rail service should be the backbone of Northern Ireland’s public transport system.
With salmonella poisoning rising in Northern Ireland while falling in the rest of the UK, the debate about genetically modified food intensifying, and concern over food allergies increasing, the General Consumer Council has called for urgent action to protect the public.
Cutbacks in bus and rail services starting next week will deepen Ulster’s public transport crisis, according to the General Consumer Council, the passenger’s watchdog.
After years of neglect the money must be found to carry out essential railway safety measures according to the General Consumer Council, the passenger’s watchdog.
The General Consumer Council is concerned that the designation of NI as having low incidence BSE status for its beef could remove more than a hundred popular products from supermarket shelves.
With house prices in Northern Ireland climbing by more than 10% a year, buyers are under pressure. They should not have to face additional strain because the process is inefficient says the General Consumer Council.
The General Consumer Council today issued a warning following a meeting with oil industry chiefs over claims that oil was cheaper and safer than other fuels.
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