Enniskillen relatives ‘heartbroken’ over amnesty plans

TWO RELATIVES of victims of the Enniskillen bomb have spoken about their ‘shock’ and ‘heartbreak’ at British government plans to prevent future prosecutions of either paramilitaries or members of security forces for atrocities that took place during the Troubles. In what is effectively an amnesty for the perpetrators of violence here, the government’s plan would […]

Competition: A face or place that makes you smile!

The Fermanagh Herald are proud meda partners of the Ray of Hope Memorial Weekend, set to take place from the 13th – 15th August. The event is being organised by the McPhillips family in memory of their brother Mickey, a well known photographer and videographer. To coincide with the event the Herald are pleased to […]


“We can beat anyone on the day” – Largo-Elis

Josh Largo-Elis showed why he is rated as one of the top young players in the Erne county.   With just three minutes on the clock, the Irvinestown man had fired the ball past the outstretched arms of Luke Mulholland and into the top left hand corner of the net, to give Fermanagh an early […]


Great Days Out

If you are on the hunt for things to do over the coming summer months then you are in luck! The Fermanagh Herald and sister titles have created a comprehensive guide to creating your own adventures throughout the north-west…. Click the IMAGE below to download a copy to your device.


Maggie glad to get ball rolling with first Covid jab

THE FERMANAGH woman who became the first person in the world to receive the Covid-19 vaccine, Maggie Keenan, appears on a BBC short video talking about her experience.   In the video, 91-year-old Maggie meets with up with the nurse who administered her headline-grabbing jab on December, 8 last year. She stayed in touch with […]