Geraldine McGrath releases new book

AWARD-winning podcast host Geraldine McGrath has released her self-penned book which is aiming to record the stories of some of Fermanagh’s ‘unstoppable women’. The mother-of-four runs her own organisation, ‘I Am Unstoppable’ movement, which is aiming to promote all things positivity and confidence, as well as raising awareness about mental health and suicide. The ‘Radiate Realness’ podcast […]

The Tumbling Paddies pick up album award

The Tumbling Paddies said they were ‘delighted’ to receive a special award from a leading music creator to celebrate the success of their debut album. IMRO – the governing body for music in Ireland – recently acknowledged the Fermanagh band for the success of their award-winning album, ‘The Journey So Far’. “We’re delighted to receive this plaque […]

Adrian Dunbar teases the return of ‘Line of Duty’

Enniskillen actor Adrian Dunbar has teased fans that a new series of BBC One thriller ‘Line of Duty’ could be on the way by saying that the cast and crew are ‘eager for it to come back’. The 65-year-old rose to fame following his starring role as Superintendent Ted Hastings in the BBC programme. After […]

Jemma Dolan welcomes more support for students

A FERMANAGH and South Tyrone MLA has said it’s ‘welcome news’ that postgraduate university students in the North will now be able to access financial support for studying in the South. While the cost of living crisis continues to tighten its grip on Fermanagh households, Sinn Féin’s Jemma Dolan hopes that the newly agreed motion will […]

Fr Troy set to speak at the Novena of Hope

ONE of the North’s most recognisable priests have been confirmed as a speaker at the upcoming Novena of Hope at The Graan in Enniskillen. Fr Aidan Troy from Wicklow will be speaking on Tuesday, March 5, where he’ll recall his active involvement in helping restore peace in Belfast. Alongside Fermanagh cleric Fr Gary Donegan, Fr […]

Thousands raised for the burial of Valeria Amorim

THE family and friends of the late Valeria Amormim ‘can’t express how thankful they are’ after the Fermanagh community raised a staggering £23,000 to help with the burial of the 28-year-old Brazilian mother. Ms Amorim, who was six months pregnant, died suddenly following a tragic road crash which occurred in Belleek on Monday, February 19. A close […]

Fermanagh singer Clara Tracey’s releasing new music

CLARA Tracey has established herself as one of Fermanagh’s top singers and she’s recently confirmed that she’s going to be launching a second album later this year. Daughter of Fermanagh businessman Patsy and renowned music teacher Carmel, Clara’s forged a unique career in music, finding a way to mix traditional English music with a French […]

The Whistlin’ Donkeys confirm Easter shows

Fresh off the back of a major tour of Australia, the Whistlin’ Donkeys have confirmed they’ve an action-packed schedule planned with shows in some of Ireland’s biggest venues. The six-man band is set to celebrate St Patrick’s Day in style with what’s expected to be a sold-out show in Vicar Street in Dublin. The Whistlin’ […]

Debate and discussion at Fermanagh People’s Assembly

OVER 200 people turned out to the Westville Hotel in Enniskillen on Thursday night for the Fermanagh People’s Assembly which was aiming to discuss the ‘bread and butter issues of a new Ireland’. Organised by Sinn Féin’s ‘Commission on the Future of Ireland Committee’, a Fermanagh-led panel discussed a diverse range of issues including education, health […]

Fermanagh’s Bernie Collins films locally for Sky Sports

AHEAD of the start of the Formula One season this weekend, Maguiresbridge woman Bernie Collins recently stopped off in Fermanagh to film a special segment for an upcoming programme on Sky Sports. The 37-year-old, who has established herself as one of the leading females in the world of motorsport, is going to be a pundit […]