From Monday July 6, couples will be able to attend baby scans together, following a decision by Health Minister Robin Swann
Calls on Minister for fund to buy top 38 drugs, already available in England and Wales, for cancer patients in Derry and Belfast
To mark ovarian cancer month Minister Poots reminds that pelvic pain, persistent bloating, and difficulty eating are main symptoms
Pharmacist of the Year for Waterside Hospital's Carmel Darcy and awards for Altnagelvin physios Pauline Campbell & Liz Connolly-Anderson
Western Trust has from today ‘stubbed out’ smoking indoor and outdoor on all sites including acute hospitals and community settings
New service via Women’s Aid Federation includes a confidential telephone, email and text service on 0808 802 1414
New community planning powers will allow Council to provide additional services such as enhancing health service provision, says Emmet Doyle
Nine-year-old Raychel Ferguson died in 2001 following an appendix operation at Altnagelvin
Emergency Services Unit at Letterkenny General Hospital to reopen next week after last summer's major flood
Damage from recent fires in Culmore and Ballyarnett was limited due to working smoke alarms, says Councillor Angela Dobbins
Disciplinary action but no criminal proceedings, as there is no evidence of wilful neglect at Ralph House, says Health Minister Edwin Poots


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Outdoor facilities only will be open to sports clubs from Friday 17 July - but clubs will need special Covid-19 risk assessment documents
A man remains in hospital following a 4-vehicle collision on Crescent Link last Saturday, 4 July - PSNI continue to appeal for information
Theory test certificates expiring between Mar 1-Oct 31 now extended by 8 months, motorcycle test certs by six months, says Nichola Mallon
Tommy Fleming to play Millennium Forum next February - tickets on sale from Friday 3 July and cost £28
City Colts FC have generously donated £2,770 to Altnagelvin staff raised through an online concert