News: tagged "Northern Ireland"

What does the fall in oil prices mean for home owners and businesses?

Thu, January 08, 2015 - 8:41:00

Brent Crude Oil is at its lowest price in over four years, and it's continuing to fall – so what does this mean for heating oil users and businesses that fuel their vehicles.

London’s City AM website, the online version of its free daily business newspaper, reported in December that oil…

Read more of What does the fall in oil prices mean for home owners and businesses?

Building site targeted for fuel theft

Tue, October 21, 2014 - 2:24:00

A building site in County Antrim, Northern Ireland has had fuel stolen from an on-site fuel bowser.

Police believe that the site, located on Templepatrick Road in the Templepatick area, was entered sometime between 10:40pm and 11:10pm on Tuesday 7th October 2014.

A fuel bowser and a quantity of water piping were stolen during the incident. Sergeant Jonathan Francey said: “I…

Read more of Building site targeted for fuel theft

Suspected diesel theft from a parked digger

Fri, October 10, 2014 - 10:32:00

Police are investigating reports of a diesel theft from a digger parked up on Coast Road, Larne. The incident is said to have taken place between Monday 6th and Tuesday 7th October sometime overnight.

Larne PSNI commander, Chief Insp Stephen McCauley is appealing to the community for information, he said: “Anyone who knows anything about the theft or saw suspicious activity along…

Read more of Suspected diesel theft from a parked digger