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Department of Health confirms tests for the Belfast patient are negative for 2019 nCov, which means UK is still virus-free
Ignoring nurses' pay crisis over years has got to end, and NI needs brought up to UK levels, says SDLP's health spokesperson Mark H Durkan
Western Trust staff celebrated the contribution of nurses and midwives on International Nurses Day, Sunday 12 May 2019
Over 200 elderly and terminally ill patients died while awaiting discharge instead of dying at home, says Durkan
Public urged to attend Trust meetings from 6-13 May to address nurses' pay crisis and general Health Service shortfall of 12% in staffing
From this coming September boys aged 12-13 in NI can be vaccinated against Human Papillomavirus (HPV) related cancers
Now possessing epilepsy drug Pregabalin or seizures/pain drug Gabapentin without prescription will be a criminal offence
Adrian McDaid and family from Magilligan raised £27,387 for Attnagelvin Haematology at a charity dancing event at the Europa Hotel, Belfast
NIAS ambulance technicians can now train for the foundation degree in Paramedic Science, including extensive work in-hospital
Dept of Health says it is focussing on 'need for transparency' and 'Duty of Candour' in relation to Hyponatraemia-Related deaths (IHRD)
Cancer Focus NI extends bra fitting service for women after breast surgery to rural areas, in association with The Pink Ladies

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Book of Condolence is open at the Guildhall tomorrow, Sunday, in memory of Seamus Mallon, or online: www.derrystrabane.com/bookofcondolences
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