More traffic disruption in store for Sligo Road

THERE’S good news and there’s bad news for Fermanagh motorists, though thankfully the good outweighs the bad. The good news is, due to extra funding at the Department of Infrastructure, a number of road improvement projects are planned for in and around the county in the coming months. The bad new is, some of these […]

Mother gets jail for slapping her son, aged 7

AN ENNISKILLEN mother who was advised by a social worker to deal with her children’s squabbling reacted by slapping her seven-year-old son across the face. The woman’s name cannot be published in order to protect the identity of her children. The children were in care before the incident on June 7 last year. She was […]

Lisnaskea set for traffic delays at the weekend

TRAFFIC woes are looking for motorists as Lisnaskea Main Street is set to be reduced to single file traffic this weekend. SGN Natural Gas have announced that traffic on the Main Street of Lisnaskea will be reduced to single file controlled by temporary traffic lights from 6am Saturday June 30th until 6am Monday July 2nd […]

No time for tears as Fermanagh face a quick turnaround

THE Ulster dream might be over for another year, but Fermanagh won’t have long to feel sorry for themselves. This weekend will see another flurry of round three qualifier games and the following weekend Rory Gallagher’s boys will be back in championship action. Erne midfield talisman Eoin Donnelly says it’s essential Fermanagh dust themselves down […]

Anti-social activity in ‘close-knit’ village

‘SERIOUS incidents’ of anti-social behaviour in the Trillick area have been raised with the PSNI. Local Sinn Fein Councillor Stephen McCann and Catherine Kelly MLA met with senior PSNI officers in Omagh recently to discuss what they describe as “a number of anti-social incidents of a serious nature” in Trillick in recent weeks. Speaking after […]