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NI's 20,000 dementia sufferers are predicted to number 60,000 in 33 years - Western Trust is preparing with intensive dementia training
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
New food labelling launched today will clearly show levels energy, fat, saturated fat, sugar and salt in the food we buy
Parents-to-be invited to first breast feeding information event this Friday, 21 June, St Columbs Park House at 10am
Carers and independence at home are vitally important, Poots tells Carers NI for Carer's Week today
SDLP's John Dallat calls for wardens or redcoats to catch able-bodied drivers using disabled bays at supermarkets
Magee and Altnagelvin nurse Carla McClintock is “Most Inspirational Student Nurse of the Year" at Nursing Times awards in London
Contact with roundworm in dog waste can cause impaired vision or even blindness, warns Council as the summer dog-walking season begins

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Family dog killed by speed driver in silver Toyota Corolla Verso, at Fern Park on Thursday at 1pm - police seek witnesses or dashcam footage
With 12 weeks notice Council can now allow events on public roads, including street parties, fun runs, social events, filming, entertainment
Extra funding from the Housing Executive will secure Foyle Haven's John Street day centre service to support local street drinkers
New exhibition in Nerve Visual Gallery shows the NI civil rights struggle in 1968 alongside the protests in Paris, Prague, Chicago, London
Autism Awareness Week was embraced by Council and all businesses in Derry, says Councillor Angela Dobbins