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Public consultations on reshaping breast assessment care and stroke care take place in Omagh (Silverbirch Hotel) and Coleraine (Lodge Hotel)
The basic annual bursary for nurses and midwives entering training is now to be reduced to £5,165 per annum
Abiraterone – a breakthrough treatment for advanced prostate cancer – has been approved for use in Northern Ireland
Abiraterone, which has been approved for use on the NHS in England and Wales, should be approved for Northern Ireland, says Mark Durkan
Health Minister Edwin Poots has lent his support to a UK-wide consultation on whether tobacco products should be sold in plain packaging
A young local woman has brought changes to IVF tests at the Western Trust
Department of Health statistics have revealed that Catholics have a lower life expectancy
Northern Ireland has the world's highest recorded rates of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder ahead of war-hit regions such as Israel
Mark Durkan has hit out over the lack of specifics in the review of health services announced this morning
The Chief Medical Officer has warned that more must be done to help us all live longer
The SDLP's Mark Durkan MP has called on the government to develop a plan to help reduce HIV-related stigma on this, World Aids Day

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Funding granted for Shantallow and Galliagh community centres - work should begin in Autumn, says Cllr Brian Tierney
Barriers at Templemore Sports Complex from 10.15pm-6.30am Mon-Fri and 6.15pm-8.30am SatSun due to recent upsurge in anti-social driving
Singin' in the rain: Cllr Shauna Cusack led a voluntary litter pick on lanes around Grafton St today
Derry/Strabane Council's archive team will show how to trace your family or local history at free event at Alley Theatre Wed 26 June 12-4pm
If you are 12-15 and want to build an Android app, programme a robot or build your own website, Seagate's Summer School is 1-5 July at Magee