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Community Crisis Intervention Service in Derry needs £215,000 to continue, but will run out of funds in 4 weeks, says Cara Hunter MLA
Public are urged to consider using the car less on Clean Air Day, Thursday June 20
Patients who finish radiotherapy or chemo can ring the bell to signal the end of their treatment and to symbolise hope for the future
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

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Department for Communities is treating charities 'with contempt' with no support provided during virus pandemic, says Mark H Durkan MLA
Black Vectra hit a blue Golf at Woodend Road, but failed to stop and drove on towards Derry at 4.20pm yesterday, Wednesday 27 May
Today's £12 million funding package will support substitute teachers struggling through loss of income due to the virus crisis
NWRC is encouraging students to 'stay local' with a week of virtual information sessions on available courses, from June 1-June 7
Mayor praises local volunteers, driving force behind our Covid-19 response, ahead of Volunteers Week next week June 1-7