Dunbar’s urging people to speak out about mental health


By Mark McGoldrick ENNISKILLEN actor Adrian Dunbar is once again supporting the Hope, Healing and Growth event to raise money for the Aisling Centre. The famous actor, most notable for playing the part of the DCI Ted Hasting in BBC One’s thriller Line of Duty, is urging people to think about their mental health and […]


Late mother’s memory is inspiring Antonia’s music


By Mark McGoldrick MUSIC has always played a massive role in the Cameron family. Maria Cameron is widely known and highly regarded throughout Fermanagh for her superb singing skills and talented music performances. Now, Maria’s younger sister Antonia has broken on to the music scene and is taking the stage by storm! The 21-year old […]


Mother inspires others to be aware of brain injuries


By Mark McGoldrick ALL across the country, people do amazing things to help others. Inspirations come in all walks of life but there is none more so than Belnaleck’s Sarah Moon. In 2019, Sarah’s son suffered a brain injury, a condition which affects his life on a day-to-day basis. Despite facing her own difficulties, the […]


Patrick and family are bound for Donagh for Christmas!


By Mark McGoldrick WHAT a year it has been. The Covid-19 pandemic has left its mark in every quarter of the world. In the heart of Vancouver, in the ethnically diverse city in Canada, St Patrick’s Donagh clubman Patrick Quaile and his family are counting down the days until they can set foot on Irish […]


‘We want to win’ says Ryder


ON Sunday, Erne Gaels travel to Carrickmore in their quest to win a first ever game in the Ulster Intermediate Football Championship. The Belleek men take on Tyrone champions Moortown, following their two-point victory over their neighbours Devenish three weeks ago in the Fermanagh decider. Erne Gaels men certainly celebrated the win and are still savouring the success […]

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Fermanagh whisky sets European auction record


A FERMANAGH based distillery became a record breaker this week when the first bottle of Scotts Irish Whisky was sold for £11,000 at an auction for a charity fundraising event for the London Irish Centre. The Scotts Irish Whisky became the most expensive first bottle of Irish whiskey ever sold in Europe. Conal Treacy, owner […]


Lisbellaw ready to embark on Ulster Club journey


When Rory Porteous leads Lisbellaw St Patrick’s out onto Brewster Park on Sunday, he will be hoping that this is only the start of the Ulster Championship run for the well-supported ‘Law. Porteous is set to captain the Lisbellaw men for the first time on Sunday, an honour which is amongst his top sporting achievements […]

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