Two more arrested in relation to Enniskillen stabbing

DETECTIVES investigating a stabbing incident in the Derrin Road, Enniskillen, on Saturday night (November 27th) have arrested two more men.   The two men (one aged in his late teens and another in his 20s) have been arrested on suspicion of grievous bodily harm with intent. They both remain in police custody at this time. […]

Filling your wardrobe with confidence

A LOCAL businesswoman who turned her love for people and passion for clothes into a thriving business, has put Fermanagh’s border region on the map. While the outbreak of Covid-19 changed the face of local businesses almost overnight, ‘Miss B’s Clothing’ took an innovative approach to online shopping and customer interaction thanks to owner, Laura […]

Sentencing of Stephen McKinney for the murder of Lu Na McKinney

45-year-old Stephen McKinney was sentenced to a minimum of 20 years imprisonment for the murder of his wife Lu Na McKinney today at Belfast Crown Court.  Detective Superintendent Eamonn Corrigan from Police Service of Northern Ireland’s Major Investigation Team said: “Today my thoughts are very much with Lu Na’s children and her family whose suffering […]

Swann welcomes certification decision

A RANGE of sustained actions are needed to drive down the North’s Covid-19 infection rate, Health Minister Robin Swann has emphasised. Welcoming the Executive’s decision to introduce Covid certification for hospitality settings, the Minister said, “Certification must be seen as one piece in a jigsaw of required measures. Other measures include significantly increased use of […]

Net Ministry team brings faith and joy to the people

WHILE the outbreak of Covid-19 continues to have a great impact on us all, the arrival of the NET Ministry Team here in Fermanagh has certainly given locals young and old across the Parish of Aghalurcher something extra to smile about during a time when it is needed most. NET stands for National Evangelisation Teams and the […]