Alicia Nash (6) has launched a toy appeal for children at Wards 6 and 16 in Altnagelvin, after she herself was treated for asthma
Omagh's £107m, 40-bed hospital ahead of schedule, construction to begin later this year and on course to open in 2016, said Edwin Poots
Sinn Féin MEP Martina Anderson quotes Cancer Research survey - 85% of UK mothers want children protected from tobacco marketing
Only 43% of our 7-year-olds get the recommended 1 hour of exercise per day compared with over 50% elsewhere, with girls much worse than boys
Responses to Minister's consultation criticise costs of long term care, which often force sale of family home to cover expense
Following Letterkenny hospital flood, Donegal patients seeking information on current services can call (028) 71296201 Mon-Fri 9-5pm
Edwin Poots launches consultation on how pharmacies can better provide services in the community - consultation now open till 1 November
35 MPs already agree with Durkan that vaccine could save thousands of children under 5 if included in NHS routine immunisation schedules
Western Trust to retender the contract to use private sector for home care services
Shingles vaccine from October for those aged 70 should cut by nearly 40% incidence of a painful condition than can last 6 months and longer
SDLP's Conall McDevitt challenges as Southern Health Trust calls on private sector for home help services


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Black Astra stolen in Meadowview Crescent at midnight on Tuesday had previously been seen in Abercorn Road - PSNI seeking dashcam footage
North West Greenway is giving out free bike lights at Guildhall 3 Dec, at the'Tinnies' Strabane 4 Dec, Gap Café Bridgend 5 Dec, all @ 4.45pm
Cliodhna Wilson (15) last seen in west Belfast wearing pyjamas, black trainers and grey puffer jacket
Derry's Helen Cammock is a joint winner of the Turner Prize for her exhibition The Long Note, commissioned by Derry's Void Gallery
Forum goes "Strictly Ballroom" with 20 world-class dancers and stunning costumes - tickets available and cut-price £5 tickets for under-18s