Consumers in lower income areas across Northern Ireland are benefitting from new, free to use cash machines. Working together the Consumer Council and LINK have seen seven new free to use machines installed in the last 12 months, and 52 since the programme began in 2006.
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The Consumer Council will be out and about in bus and rail stations across Northern Ireland over the coming weeks to give consumers helpful advice and information on your rights as a passenger and what to do when things go wrong.
Information days will be held in Bangor, Derry, Lisburn and Belfast.
With bad weather comes travel disruption. Here is Consumer Council’s round-up of who to contact regarding bus, train, ferry and flight information:
The Consumer Council has welcomed today’s launch of Northern Ireland Water’s (NI Water’s) winter preparation campaign. The Public Awareness Campaign, launched by Regional Development Minister, Danny Kennedy, MLA will be rolled out across Northern Ireland.
The Consumer Council has said flybe’s decision to withdraw flights from Belfast to Liverpool and Belfast to Doncaster from 30 October gives very short notice to passengers who will now have to make other arrangements. It has called flybe to be proactive in contacting passengers and arranging a refund.
Re: The Development of the Northern Ireland Renewable Heat Incentive
The Consumer Council is a Non-Departmental Public Body set up in legislation to safeguard the interests of all consumers, and particularly the vulnerable and disadvantaged. The Consumer