VFI calls for immediate funding for new Garda Insurance Fraud Co-Ordination Unit The VFI has welcomed news that a special insurance fraud co-ordination unit is to be established within the Garda National Economic Crime
The latest CSO figures published this week reveal the decline in British tourist expenditure continues, underlining feedback from VFI publicans over the summer that visitor numbers in tourist areas of the country are much weaker
Dramatic CCTV footage from a pub in Newbridge reveals the extent of the threat facing small businesses as they battle soaring insurance premiums and massive compensation claims. The footage shows a person taking glass from
The VFI has strongly rejected the portrayal of pubs in a recent Irish Times article measuring the health of Ireland’s main streets, where pubs were categorised as having a negative impact on towns and villages.
The Vintners’ Federation of Ireland has today (Tuesday 14th May) strongly criticised government for abandoning rural communities in the wake of changes to drink-driving legislation introduced last October. Given the lack of clarity about when
Frustration for the Alliance for Insurance Reform as two years on still no progress made on proposed Garda Fraud Unit Hard-pressed insurance policyholders have reacted with intense frustration to the confirmation during yesterday’s 2-hour longdebate on insurance
The Vintners’ Federation of Ireland (VFI) has today (Wednesday 20th February) launched a public awareness campaign about driving safely the morning after a night out. The Federation, supported by Drinkaware, wants to arm people with
The Uber-style taxi service ‘Ruxi’ aims to help tackle rural isolation in many rural communities The VFI are urging government to support the implementation of a rural taxi service that would help alleviate isolation