A WEEK IN NEWS: 5 stories you may have missed


IT WAS another busy week in County Fermanagh.

Here are five stories from the last week that you might have missed:



Boy (11) dies after Enniskillen crash

Enniskillen PSNI Station RMGFH07

AN 11 year-old boy has died following injuries he sustained after a crash on the Lough Shore Road, Enniskillen on Wednesday past (April 1). A van and car were involved in the collision which took place at around lunchtime.

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Locals praised after bus crashes while carrying 26 children

The scene of the crash last Saturday

LOCAL people who helped out at the scene of an accident in which a bus carrying 26 children overturned, have come in for high praise. Quick-thinking locals directed the coaches and children to the nearby Termon Complex in Pettigo.

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John Coyle on ‘Twitter Trolls’: Would they have the guts to say it to my face?

John Coyle

THE SDLP’s John Coyle has responded to criticism levelled at him for his performance on BBC’s The View. The candidate for the Westminster election was the victim of harsh criticism through social media for his performance in the debate.

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No comment: College refuses to comment on principal

LEAVE OF ABSENCE... Eugene McCullough

THE WESTERN EDUCATION and Library Board (WELB) has refused to comment on the absence of the principal of St Michael’s College from his post. It is understood that the principal, Eugene McCullough, has been on ‘leave of absence’ from the school since Monday (March 23).

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Mystery surrounds gay bakery poster

Ashers Bakery Sign 02

THE CHRISTIAN-run bakery at the centre of the ‘gay cake’ row has received backing from a Fermanagh firm after a banner was erected outside the business pledging support for the bakery.

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