OVER 4,000 homes in west Fermanagh have been selected to be part of a census rehearsal. Census Rehearsal Day is Sunday October 13th and the rehearsal is a small scale version of the full Census being planned for March 2021. A Census is usually run every 10 years to collect information on the size and […]
A LOCAL private developer has bought the site of one of Enniskillen’s most prominent businesses. After spending less than three months on the market, the site of TP Topping Ltd has been sold. The property was placed on the market for £1.5 million in July, but it is not yet known what the buyer paid as […]
SCORES of students took to the streets of Enniskillen to protest against climate change. On Friday, many students gathered at The Diamond to highlight the threat they say climate change poses to humanity and the world. The protest was among many taking place across the world, with students and workers walking out of their daily […]
AN addiction professional has urged people against using the killer drug Fentanyl which has claimed its very victim in Fermanagh. Fentanyl is an opioid that can be up to 50 times stronger than heroin. It has already claimed hundreds of thousands of lives in the USA, where its effects have devastated entire communities. Sadly, the […]
THE PEOPLE of Fermanagh are being urged to have their say on where they will or will not be able to walk their dogs in future, before time runs out. The Council was at the centre of a publicity storm this summer when it first announced its proposals to introduce dog control orders, which would […]
There are also plans to add a play park for the kids sometime in the near future.
South West College (SWC) has introduced three brand new degrees.
A rally in support of Kevin Lunney who was injuried in a vicious attack is being held in Derrylin today (Friday). A short solidarity march between two QIH facilities located Derrylin will take place today, Friday 20th at 3pm. The march will begin at Quinn Quarry Office and will make its way to the Quinn […]
While the motion passed, there has been opposition to the planned trip.
As crime soars across the county the PSNI looks set to cut station’s hours