A Northern Ireland coroner speaks at an event in west Belfast aimed at raising awareness about the increasing abuse of prescription drugs.Read the full story ›
Pancreatic Cancer Action is calling for greater awareness of the disease which has the worst survival rate out of all common cancers.Read the full story ›
An American woman who was raped while she was out hiking in Colin Glen Forest Park in west Belfast in 2008 has written a novel about her ordeal.
The vicious attack on Winnie M Li happened in broad daylight.
The rapist - a 15-year-old boy - was sentenced to eight years in jail, but served only four and was released in 2012.
As Richard Cull reports, Winnie is hoping that publishing the story will help her put a dark chapter in her life behind her.
Concerns are growing about a new so-called "legal high" after a 14-year-old girl was found alone and vomiting in a street Banbridge.Read the full story ›
Alliance Party leader Naomi Long has announced she is to take a 10-week break to undergo major surgery.Read the full story ›
A new lottery-funded project aimed at providing support to children with visual impairments has been launched.
Family Focus - a collaborative project from Guild Dogs NI, Sense and Angel Eyes - hopes to provide a building block for future strategies from statutory agencies.
More than a thousand young people in Northern Ireland have sight difficulties, but it's often those aged up to four who have the most difficulty adapting.
Aibhilin Henderson, who is was diagnosed with a form of albinism at just 12 weeks old, is among those who have received support from Family Focus, as Paul Reilly reports.
A Bangor woman has voiced her frustration about Macmillan Cancer Support's 'Brave the Shave'.Read the full story ›
Belfast firm Kainos says the multi-million pound investment could transform the way healthcare is delivered through mobile technology.Read the full story ›
A complaint about a billboard campaign claiming NI's abortion laws had saved 100,000 lives has been dismissed by the regulator.Read the full story ›
Alcohol abuse in young people is a growing problem in Northern Ireland, and girls are nearly as likely as boys to experiment with drinking.
But now a group of concerned teenagers have come together to make their own movie about its impact.
Barbara McCann has been put in the picture.