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Consumer Council

Santander to close two branches in Belfast – Donegall Square East and Shaftesbury Square
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Consumer Council

The Consumer Council has offered advice to consumers affected by the announcement that Peter Kay has cancelled his upcoming tour, including six dates at Belfast SSE Arena in January 2019.
Simple Power Chief Executive Philip Rainey with Rural Support Chief Executive Jude McCann
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Rural Support

Farming and rural charity, Rural Support, and local wind energy company, Simple Power, are launching their fifth annual ‘Christmas Hamper Scheme’ aimed at helping farming and rural families in need this festive season.
Jenny Robinson, Sinead Dynan and Scott Kennerley (The Consumer Council) and Vivien Blakely (IMTAC) are presented with 2017 WHO Belfast Health City Awards commendation by Lord Mayor Nuala McAllister.
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Consumer Council

Accessible Travel Highly Commended at Belfast Healthy City Awards
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Advice NI

Wednesday, 31 January 2018 - 10:00am to 2:00pm
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Advice NI

Monday, 29 January 2018 - 10:00am to 1:00pm
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Advice NI

Wednesday, 17 January 2018 - 10:00am to 4:00pm
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Advice NI

Thursday, 11 January 2018 -10:00am to 4:00pm
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Advice NI

Tuesday, 9 January 2018 - 10:00am to 4:00pm
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Advice NI

Monday, 8 January 2018 - 2:00pm to 5:00pm
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Advice NI

Advice NI Training E-Flyer January 2018. Advice NI are delighted to announce the following courses taking place throughout the month of January. We have a number of new and exciting courses such as the NEW Universal Awareness Sessions
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Law Society of Northern Ireland

Members of the Pro-Bono Choir were on hand at Law Society House in Belfast to present a cheque for £10,000 to the Welcome Organisation.
Christmas in TQ - Festive Guide
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Titanic Foundation

Christmas in Titanic Quarter (TQ) is set to be a cracker! We have plenty of things to keep you entertained over the Christmas season.
Law Society of Northern Ireland
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Law Society of Northern Ireland

The Law Society of Northern Ireland has launched a new Social Media Campaign highlighting some of the legal services offered by solicitors in Northern Ireland.
Loaf Catering Breakfast
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NOW Group

Loaf Catering is offering a free breakfast to one lucky workplace this Christmas.
New Report launch by Save the Children today on ‘Tackling the poverty-related gap in early childhood learning in Northern Ireland’
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Save the Children

Children who live in poverty in Northern Ireland are already behind at the start of school, a new study has said.
Mary Nagele, Chief Executive, Arts & Business NI and Karen Daye-Hutchinson, artist
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Arts & Business Northern Ireland

Congratulations to Karen Daye-Hutchinson
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Rural Community Network

The Northern Ireland Environment Link and Institute of Fundraising Northern Ireland in association with Rural Community Network is providing its popular one day training course the Introductory Certificate of Fundraising.
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Consumer Council

Dr Catriona Mac Arthur, Director of Consumer Insight, Empowerment and Protection at The Consumer Council, has welcomed today’s announcement by the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) that it will take action against secondary ticket websites suspected
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Consumer Council

Omagh Community House is celebrating to the tune of £3,895 following action by The Consumer Council regarding its water bill.
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Consumer Council

A local bakery is celebrating having a bite out of its water bill. Smyth’s Country Bakery, located in Riverdale Park East, had its bill reduced by £1,851 following action by The Consumer Council.
BBCNI Christmas Appeal - Playing Our Part
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BBC Northern Ireland - Broadcast Appeals

Everybody needs somebody. All of us can feel lonely at different times in our lives. For many of us,this experience is temporary. But for others, the effects of loneliness can be harder to deal with and overcome.
Nexus NI
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BBC Northern Ireland - Broadcast Appeals

Nexus NI is a local charity that provides specialist advice and support to the victims and survivors of sexual violence. Last year, it delivered 17,000 counselling sessions to people of all ages and backgrounds – helping them to talk about, and deal with
Brothers Robbie (left) and Charlie Scott from Belfast
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The Woodland Trust

Over half a million free trees are currently winging their way to schools and community groups across the UK thanks to the Woodland Trust.
Lismore Students & Arts CounciL NI representatives
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Beyond Skin

A shared creative model for conflict transformation that meets the needs, interests and expectations of young people from societies emerging from conflict.