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Defacing of Irish sign ‘is racist vandalism’

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THERE has been public outrage following an attack on a bilingual sign posted for Crannog Way, Enniskillen, with the Irish translation for Crannog Way being defaced by vandals using...

Death of leading local businessman after short illness

TRIBUTES have been made following the death of popular businessman Roy Kells, who passed away peacefully in hospital on Sunday. The husband of Shirley and father of David, Ian,...

Expansion plans on track as St Kevin’s keeps growing

THINGS are finally on the move for St Kevin’s College, after a three- year halt on decision making in Stormont put a hold on major extension plans for the...

Dogs’ deaths at beach is linked to lethal poison
Fermanagh folk still convinced by powers of ‘the cure’
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Fermanagh GAA star makes winning start Down Under!
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Kinawley woman is first from the county to sign up for Aussie rules

Fermanagh GAA Annual 2020- In shops now!

A Winning Read It has been another impressive year for Fermanagh GAA at all levels. The highlight was the...

Electric uncertainty sees new car sales dip locally

New year can often means new car, but Fermanagh motorists are keeping faith with their runabouts for longer...

GAA clubs are gearing up for the big switch-on!

GAA clubs across the county are taking part in an ‘Ireland Lights Up’ initiative. The aim is to bring...

County’s first dedicated dog park given the green light
Sinead spreading Xmas cheer for those in need!
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