Three school pupils should not be squeezed into bus seats designed for two, according to the General Consumer Council, the passenger watchdog.
In launching its Annual Report today, the General Consumer Council announced a major new project focusing on why the poor pay more.
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.
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.
ConsumerLine is an exciting and unique website giving people the help and advice they need to sort out consumer problems. It is produced by the General Consumer Council with help from the District Councils.
The first NI consumer champions of the new millennium will be crowned today, Friday 3 March at the Ulster Museum Belfast.
Carbon monoxide kills, but is preventable. That’s the message in the first ever Carbon Monoxide Roadshow coming to Northern Ireland this week.
Christmas for women means shopping and cooking while the men eat, drink and relax.
Today marks the first broadcast of a new radio ad for food hygiene with a difference – it is a rap recorded by a group of 14 and 15 year olds from schools both north and south of the border.
12,000 students will be moving into private rented accommodation in the next month. They have a right to safe housing. This is the message delivered today at a major conference at Stranmillis College aimed at improving fire and general safety in student accommodation.
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