The Consumer Council and the Northern Ireland Retail Consortium have come together in an unprecedented joint plea to ask consumers to "be considerate" and stop over-buying food and other products as unfortunately means others are going without. This call is in response to the rise in over-buying in the past few weeks fuelled by Corona Virus worries.
Flybe confirmed today that it has entered Administration meaning that all flights are cancelled with immediate effect. This announcement will have left many customers wondering what their rights are, so The Consumer Council has issued important advice to Flybe customers with existing flights booked.
The Consumer Council held its regional Consumer Parliament in Coleraine Town Hall on 11 February. The event gave consumers the opportunity to discuss and debate local issues such as local bus and rail services, the cost of energy, local bank provision and consumer rights.
The Consumer Council held its first regional Consumer Parliament in Enniskillen on 7 February. The event gave consumers the opportunity to discuss and debate local issues such as local public transport provision, broadband speeds, water quality, the cost of energy, and consumer rights.
An education project created by The Consumer Council and Triangle Housing, with support from Mid and East Antrim Borough Council, has been shortlisted for the ‘Working in partnership’ award at the Chartered Institute of Housing 2020 Housing Awards.