If you’re looking to buy a car, Trading Standards Service is urging you to be aware of a scam that could cost people thousands of pounds. If a deal sounds too good to be true, it probably is.
Fake car sales website
Recently a Belfast woman was caught out...Read More »
Date published: 20 April 2017
People are being encouraged to report and give information about agricultural and rural crime. They can do so anonymously by contacting Crimestoppers.
Signs of...Read More »
The Public Health Agency is encouraging people to talk about depression. Talking to someone about how you are feeling could be the first step towards recovery.
The word ‘depression’ is used in many different ways.
Everyone can feel sad or down from time to time, but most people manage...Read More »
Reservoirs and other water bodies can be perfect places to spend a day, but they can be dangerous. Water may look safe, but it can be hazardous, which is why it’s important to spot and keep away from dangers.
Risks around water
Unattended waters like rivers, lakes, and reservoirs...Read More »
During the Easter break, with parents thinking of activities to keep children entertained, the Public Health Agency is reminding families about the importance of washing hands after visiting the farm.
Risk of infection
All animals naturally carry a range of organisms, some of which can be transmitted to people....Read More »