Boost for Monea as Post Office set to re-open

The Post Office in Monea is set to re-open next week.  The rural Post Office at The Reade Hall, Monea closed temporarily in March 2018 following the resignation of the postmaster and the withdrawal of the premises for Post Office use.  The service will be back in action from Monday April 29th at 10am, and […]


Woman denied bail to run Airbnb

A WOMAN has been denied a request to have her bail conditions relaxed to allow her to do Airbnb as police believe she wanted to get closer to her ex-partner who they said she is “obsessed” with.  Lorna Wylie (37) of Feddan’s Road, Garvary is currently on bail on charges of breach of a restraining […]


Enniskillen to host major food market!

Enniskillen’s food lovers are in for a treat as a three day food market offering world wide cuisine is coming to town.  Market Place, the company responsible for organising the famous Belfast Christmas Market is bringing an award-winning Continental Market to Enniskillen this May, and will be a must visit for food lovers. And the […]

Crowd turns out to pay tribute to murdered journalist

Over 100 people came together in Enniskillen to attend a vigil in memory of murdered journalist Lyra McKee.  Lyra McKee, 29, was killed when she was shot in the head during rioting in the Creggan area of Derry last Thursday, and her funeral will take place today (Wednesday) at St Anne’s Cathedral in Belfast.  The […]


Towns Cup win – Captain Cathcart savours special moment

Ryan Cathcart was immensely proud to inscribe his name in history, as he became the first Enniskillen captain to lift the Towns Cup in 82 years. The hooker led the side that beat Ballyclare 19-0 in the Kingspan final and bring the cup back to Fermanagh for the first time since 1937. “It means everything […]

Large fire on mountain outside Tempo

  The Northern Ireland Fire and Rescue Service is currently at the scene of a large fire outside Tempo.  It is understood that fire appliances from Clogher have attended the scene and are fighting to keep the blaze under control.  Advertisement The area, known as Murley or Clabby Mountain is outside Tempo, heading towards Clabby.  Flames […]

Warning of drug-users at Lough Erne beauty spot

YOUNG people have been warned against spoiling a local beauty spot with anti-social behaviour.  Muckross Bay near Kesh is reportedly being used as a site for anti social behaviour and drug taking.  The site on the edge of Lough Erne has become increasingly popular with young people who gather in the area and carry out […]


Final date set for closure of Brollagh school

ST MARY’S High School, Brollagh has been issued with a closure date. A spokesman for the Council for Catholic Maintained Schools (CCMS) said, “CCMS, has confirmed it is proceeding with a proposal to close St Mary’s High School, Brollagh, from 31 August 2020 or as soon as possible thereafter.” This proposal, subject to a two […]


Drop-in stroke sessions ‘working round the clock’

THE Fermanagh Stroke Support Group will be working round the clock in the coming weeks, offering drop-in and local sessions across the county in response to the SWAH stroke unit consultation. As many people as possible are urged to avail of the drop in service, or attend their local session, to ensure as strong a […]

Donagh school celebrates forty years

THERE was cause for great celebration in Donagh as St Joseph’s Primary School marked its 40th anniversary.  The school first opened in 1979 and was blessed by Bishop Patrick Mulligan. 184 pupils were on the schools register on its opening day. To celebrate 40 years of education at St Joseph’s pupils past and present engaged […]