Public Authority 2013–14 Annual Progress Report on Section 75 of the Northern Ireland Act 1998 and Section 49A of the Disability Discrimination Order 2006 to the Equality Commission for Northern Ireland.
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Useful question and answer factsheet relating to Phones 4u going into administration.
Living on a student budget can be hard, but there’s no need to spend the next 3-4 years living on cold baked beans. The temptation to spend money is everywhere, but if you want your cash to last until the end of term, have a look at our top money saving tips.
This factsheet outlines what to expect if your business is affected by a branch closure, and what action you can take.
The Consumer Council recognises that AGU’s and DSU’s have the potential to reduce the bills of scheme participants, help address Northern Ireland’s potential 2016 electricity supply gap and, with the use of renewable energy, help Northern Ireland achieve its target of having 40 per cent renewable electricity by 2020.
Consumer Council response to the Financial Conduct Authority’s consultation on the proposals to introduce a price cap for high cost short term credit.
The Consumer Council for Northern Ireland (CCNI) and Citizens Advice welcomes the opportunity to respond to Royal Mail’s proposed amendment to the current universal service small parcel format.
Department for Regional Development consultation on proposals for new water legislation.
This research gathers views from passengers who used the Dial-A-Lift (DAL) service and other transport options provided by Rural Transport Partnerships in rural areas, and the views of the operators of the services.
The Consumer Council conducted research to examine the attitudes towards public transport, and experiences of using public transport, amongst people living in the Dungannon and Cookstown area. The research was undertaken as part of the Department for Regional Development (DRD) Integrated Transport Pilot Project.