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The bill for compensating survivors of child abuse in Northern Ireland could run to £30 million, campaigners have warned. Some 524 victims could be eligible to make claims over their treatment in institutions from 1922-1995, including at the notorious Kincora Boys' Home in Belfast and by paedophile priest Brendan Smyth.…
Health Minister Michelle O’Neill has said we must continue to work together across government and other sectors to reduce the suicide rate in Northern Ireland. The Minister was speaking after the thirteenth meeting of the Ministerial Co-ordination Group on Suicide Prevention, where Executive Ministers provided updates on action being taken…
Asking, listening and talking to someone with a mental health problem can be the start of their road to recovery. That was the message from Health Minister, Michelle O’Neill, as she launched a new media campaign to encourage the public to offer support to those who may be struggling with…
Greater public understanding of how palliative care addresses all needs of the person – physical, social, emotional and spiritual – has been called for during this Palliative Care Week (Oct 3-8). A survey of public understanding of palliative care in Northern Ireland found that the majority of people (52%) identified…
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