Early Years (0-6) Strategy Consultation: The Consumer Council’s submission to the Department of Educ
- Consumer Skills
Help cut the cost of Christmas at the Harryville Money Information Market. Come along on Saturday 11 December from 10am to 1pm at Harryville Partnership’s office on Larne Street.
With the current disruption to flights caused by severe weather conditions the Consumer Council is encouraging air passengers to make sure they know their rights when travelling. The Consumer Council’s ‘Plane Facts’ guide includes everything passengers need to know when flying, including your rights if your flight is delayed or cancelled, what a good travel insurance policy should include and what to do if things go wrong.
The Consumer Council and representatives of the Northern Ireland Oil Federation met on Tuesday 14 December at the offices of the Consumer Council in Belfast.
The start of 2011 will be bleak for Northern Ireland motorists as the impact of added fuel duty tax and rising VAT affects the price of fuel . These increases could see motorists paying 125ppl for petrol and 129ppl for diesel. The warning was issued today (22 December 2010) by the Consumer Council as it publishes its latest ‘Review of Petrol and Diesel Prices’. The report shows that we are now paying £6.89 more for petrol and £8.08 for diesel compared to the same time last year.