Three all girl teams will battle for the title of Northern Ireland’s Young Consumer Champions on Friday 5 March at the Ulster Museum Belfast.
Bus and rail passengers are getting a raw deal. There should be no more fare increases until the quality of service improves according to the General Consumer Council, the passengers’ watchdog.
Buying a home - dream or nightmare?
Rows over funding must not be allowed to delay any further the setting up of a Food Standards Agency.
Consumers with cause for complaint don’t know who to contact - in fact, they show an alarming lack of awareness of watchdog bodies. That’s the worrying finding by the General Consumer Council in its latest publication “Consumers in the Dark”.
A major survey of people in Northern Ireland who have recently bought a house has just been completed by the General Consumer Council, the first of its kind. Preliminary results reveal a number of problems:
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