Department of Health confirms tests for the Belfast patient are negative for 2019 nCov, which means UK is still virus-free
Autism NI is calling for autism training to qualify all teachers to deal with the one in thirty pupils in NI who are autistic
In the past year, nearly 3 out of 5 had quit at the end of the first 4 weeks - but it's easier, the older you get, says Department of Health
Strabane aims become the UK's first JAM Card friendly town - offering high level of aid to those who need 'Just A Minute' longer
With 55m population, England has 1,089 waiting over a year to see a consulant - with 1.8m, NI has 105,486, says Mark H Durkan
Today is World Suicide Prevention Day, at 8pm tonight the public are asked to light a candle and place in or near a window to show support
Western Trust reaffirms commitment to caring for children in need & children in protection, as increased numbers are noted in all categories
Western Trust supports palliative care to manage pain and ensure best quality of life while providing social emotional and spiritual support
New helpline to assist families with special educational needs awaiting placements for their child - helpline number 028 9598 5960, 9-5pm
Every year, 14 people die in NI waiting for organ donation - think about that this Organ Donation Week 2-8 September
Derry's ambulance team was 14 crews short last weekend and had to recruit help from Donegal - the problem is ongoing, says Mark H Durkan


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Book of Condolence is open at the Guildhall tomorrow, Sunday, in memory of Seamus Mallon, or online:
Cllr. Brian Tierney has been appointed the SDLP’s Community Policing spokesperson
Each of the SDLP MLAs will donate their £1,000 pay increase to a charity of their choice
Council will celebrate local women next weekend (Friday 31st-Saturday Feb 1st) by participating in the Herstory 20/20 Project
This week pupils from 3 Strabane primary schools had a lecture followed by a Loganair/City of Derry Airport courtesy flight over Derry