Blocked drains, damp and cracked ceilings should no longer panic homeowners thanks to a new guide.
Three out of four (72%) consumers are dreaming of a ‘Green’ Christmas when we stop wasting money and paper on cards and donate the cash saved to charity, according to the Consumer Council¡¦s Christmas poll.
2,000 people in Northern Ireland are dying each year because they are less well off, according to “In Poor Health”, a new report from the General Consumer Council.
Wouldn’t you like to know what information is held about you? What’s on your medical record, for example, or why you have been turned down for credit?
‘What’s on my record?’, a new information guide from the General Consumer Council, sets out clearly what these data protection rights are and how to go about exercising them.
Teenage drivers can face premiums of more than £5000 to insure a car – a 45 year old man would pay only £500 to insure the same car.
The General Consumer Council, the passenger watchdog, described the BA pull-out as a huge blow for Northern Ireland air passengers.
A billion pounds is the only realistic option to save the transport system here, according to Northern Ireland’s official Transport Watchdog.
At last it has been recognised that three children should not be squeezed into seats designed for just two people, according to the General Consumer Council.
The General Consumer Council called on the local oil industry to bring an end to rumours and panic by issuing a clear statement on availability and prices.
The General Consumer Council have heavily criticised the oil industry for today’s hike in oil prices.
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