Latest Northern Ireland Stories
Emergency services battling to contain flooding across Northern Ireland were braced for more downpours last night. With one of the main arterial routes swamped with 20 million gallons of water on Saturday, there were fears of major traffic disruption today amid predictions of more rain.
By BRENDAN McDAID NORTH west cancer campaigners have been told the Republic's government is committed to ensuring a planned radiotherapy unit at Londonderry's Altnagelvin Hospital will be developed on a cross- border basis.
By MAUREEN COLEMAN THE Belfast singer will make an appearance on the final episode of the series - A Very Special Visitor. The programme, airing at 6.45am on BBC2 NI, will focus on the theme of "it's good to sing and dance".
Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/696f93/access_to_hospital) has announced the addition of the "Access to Hospital Pharmaceutical Markets in the United Kingdom" report to their offering.
A NORTHERN Ireland dentist said today he may have discovered a chemical that could destroy deadly superbugs.
By CLAIRE McNEILLY THE AA today challenged "selfish" fuel retailers in Northern Ireland to lower prices and pass on the full cut in oil prices to beleaguered motorists.
By LINDA McKEE NORTHERN Ireland is leading the nations in a ground-breaking project aimed at uncovering the bones of the earth.
A UNIQUE exhibition of photographs of Northern Ireland personalities opens at Londonderry's Millennium Forum tomorrow.
By GARETH EDWARDS SHE'S more used to delivering letters to homes and businesses than reciting lines to camera. But an Edinburgh postwoman is set to become an internet star, after making a promotional video about some of the best places to visit in Edinburgh.
By CHRIS THORNTON A NEW drug hailed as a potential breakthrough in the fight against Alzheimer's is still years away from being available in Northern Ireland, an MP whose husband suffers from the disease has warned.
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