From Monday July 6, couples will be able to attend baby scans together, following a decision by Health Minister Robin Swann
Householders report damp and mould causing wheezing, serious coughs and chest infections in children as young as 2, says SDLP's Emmet Doyle
Report on disposal of radioactive waste at Culmore Point in 1980s has concluded there was 'no plausible risk' to people, says Mark H Durkan
MP Margaret Ritchie hopes people power will secure House of Commons debate on crisis facing A&E departments in Northern Ireland
Health Minister Edwin Poots is to appear before the Health Committee to address concerns over crisis in the Health Service
MEP Martina Anderson welcomes motion to ban on-pack branding of 'product which kills 50% of users'
Campaign raises awareness of dangers of hair straighteners following a number of burns accidents involving babies, says Cllr Angela Dobbins
Under new plan, service users from Derry would have to travel to 55 miles to Holywell Hospital, Antrim for treatment, says Pat Ramsey
Health Minister urged to step up funding for A&E services at Western Trust as his department receives additional allocation of £30m
'Schoolvision' teaches techniques to improve ability of dyslexic children to read and interpret words
New morning service for patients leaves Omagh at 8.50am on Wednesday and Thursday to arrive at Altnagelvin at 10am


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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