Alicia Nash (6) has launched a toy appeal for children at Wards 6 and 16 in Altnagelvin, after she herself was treated for asthma
Health Minister Edwin Poots applauds award of 3-star Reference Site status, the highest award in Europe in caring for elderly
Western Trust's allocation for Derry, Omagh and Enniskillen includes £1.2m for Altnagelvin's heart treatment (PCCI) laboratory
Edwin Poots tells SDLP's Mark Durkan in Stormont Western Trust will have 'first claim' on A&E consultants becoming available
Edwin Poots' policy of no new admissions is causing confusion and stress to care home residents, Pat Ramsey said at Stormont today
Number of patients treated within 62 days of GP's referral were 83.7% in Jan, 79.7% in Feb and 86.9% in Mar against Minister's target of 95%
Altnagelvin's Neonatal unit now fully reopened and accepting transfers following 3 recent cases of MSSA
Translink's pilot service for public and patients runs from Altnagelvin to Omagh and on to the South West Acute Hospital in Enniskillen
NI's new Sexual Assault Referral Centre in Antrim provides a safe, secure and confidential environment to victims from throughout the north
A third of people with heart failure who do not get treatment die within a year, says SDLP's Mark Durkan
NI has 3,300 cases of skin cancer per year, almost all preventable by using sunscreen and informing GP of any changes in skin


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Several rooms ransacked, cash and jewellery taken in burglary of house in Daisyhill Park (Madam's Bank) on Thursday 12 December
100 climbers scaled twice the height of Mount Everest at the Foyle Arena raising £1,400 for Macmillian, Foyle Women's Aid and Koram Centre
Black Astra stolen in Meadowview Crescent at midnight on Tuesday had previously been seen in Abercorn Road - PSNI seeking dashcam footage
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