Police in Enniskillen are appealing for information following three incidents of criminal damage that occurred on the evening of Friday 8 February.
“The children were spoken to on Friday morning, and there were a lot of tears,” said the principal of Lisnaskea High School this week, following the announcement that the school was to close and a merger to take place with Devenish College.
In his early 20s he took a drug overdose; he wanted to kill himself. The reason? He was gay.
St Aidan’s Derrylin have no plans to close and are at the forefront of new technology after introducing their new interactive brochure to MLAs at Stormont .
Amidst the media circus surrounding the discovery of the remains of English King Richard III in a car park in Leicester, one Fermanagh man is high in demand.
A second group opposing fracking in Fermanagh has been established.
Between four and five hundred telephone calls have been received by Fermanagh District Council regarding the new address system
Around 30 Union Flag protesters arrived uninvited at a unionist meeting that included representatives of the Unionist Forum on Friday night.
Two men have been remanded in custody at Dungannon Magistrates Court in relation to charges of possessing criminal property.
Fermanagh Council this week approved two ‘legacy’ proposals to mark the June summit of world leaders.