“Work worries and the uncertainty of our businesses was never far from our minds.”
Importance of testing and contact tracing in limiting the spread of infection has been highlighted by the Public Health Authority (PHA).
SINGER Rod Stewart’s album ‘Blondes have more Fun’ in his 1978 album has certainly been taken to heart by a group of Fermanagh GAA stars. A number of the Erne county’s boys are following that line to raise £5,000 for Olivia Mlhern. The Erne lads are hoping to raise much needed funds for the treatment […]
A GROUP of local volunteers have been on hand to help the vulnerable and those isolating throughout the coronavirus pandemic. Fivemiletown Coronavirus Response Group was formed several months ago, providing valued support to hundreds of people. A milestone was marked recently as the group delivered its 3000th meal. Coordniator Iain Lendrum explained, “We delivered our […]
FERMANAGH farmers and anyone hoping to give their boundaries a trim at the moment has been reminded it’s a criminal offence to cut hedges, trees or scrub before the end of August. Local police have shared a warning issued by the Ulster Farmers Union (UFU) after reports of hedge cutting taking place right across the […]
“I’ve never worked in a nursing home but I’ve adapted well with the help of the staff and management in Millcroft Nursing Home.”
“We used to run an open door policy where you could pop in to any class, now you will be required to book as this will help us limit numbers.”
Smaller parades to go ahead across county
First figures show 320 attended the centre between May 27-June 10.
The issue has recently been highlighted by the slow opening of some local recycling centres.