FOLLOWING the tragic death recently of a woman in a road accident in Irvinestown, a request for a pedestrian crossing to be installed as a matter of urgency has been turned down by the roads agency. The council recently requested a puffin crossing on the Brownhill Link Road in Irvinestown following the death of 54-year-old […]
The new two storey building will consist of 14 modern classrooms, two classroom language centres and further support accommodation.
CONCERNS have been raised that rural areas will be left behind in terms of housing with the news that over 500 houses are planned for Enniskillen. While the news of numerous new residential development planned for Enniskillen has been welcomed by many people, there are fears that rural villages throughout the county may loss out […]
The main Enniskillen to Lisnaskea Road will be closed for 13 days to facilitate a £360,000 resurfacing scheme.
Each year, the Foodbank do a hamper giveaway to provide families with food and items that they need over the Christmas period.
There has been widespread sadness in Kilmacormick and throughout Enniskillen following the death of Frank McCaffrey.
Local charity Aisling Centre is celebrating 30 years of tireless promotion of positive mental health and emotional well-being in Fermanagh.
It has been reported that the main suspect in the investigation into the abduction of Kevin Lunney has died. The man, who was in his 50s, took ill when Derbyshire police searched his home in the UK this morning. Officers from the PSNI are currently undertaking five searches in Derrylin, while police in Derbyshire are […]
Major new developments to meet the growing demand in Enniskillen
BUSINESS ratepayers within the Council area are being encouraged to have their say and share their ideas on improving the business rating system. Each year business rates generate over £655m across the North. The consultation is looking at how this amount might be raised without placing an unacceptable burden on business ratepayers. It is seeking […]