Social media star Abigail sharing creative advice

WITH over 26,600 followers on Instagram and 58,000 on TikTok, Abigail Parkinson is one of the leading social media influencers in the North. The beauty from Kesh, who was a former Miss Northern Ireland contestant, was a recent participant at the ‘Art of Content Creation’ event which was held at Victoria Square in Belfast. “I […]

Corrigan wants team to learn from last year’s loss

KINAWLEY manager Dom Corrigan wants his players to ‘give a good account of themselves’ on Sunday as they prepare to take on Derrygonnelly in the Division One League Final. The Brian Boru’s booked their place in the league decider on Friday night after a three-point win over Belnaleck. Corrigan was pleased with his team’s win […]

Mallards boss McConkey calls for ‘consistency’

BALLINAMALLARD manager Harry McConkey is readying his side for a ‘real battle’ on Saturday as they prepare to host Knockbreda at Ferney Park. “If we play to the same level that we played at on Saturday (against Dergview), I think it will give us a good chance to add on some points on the board,” […]

Children hailed as ‘heroes’ after act of kindness

TWO local children have been praised for their ‘incredible act of kindness’ following their efforts to help a Fermanagh citizen in need after they suffered an accident. During a walk around Forthill with the Devenish Partnership Forum, Cayden Millar and Nathan Beresford, both aged 10, came across an elderly man who had fallen and injured himself. […]

New cancer shop to open tomorrow

THE manager of the new Cancer Focus NI Shop in Enniskillen has said that employees are committed to ‘delivering care and support’ to Fermanagh people living with cancer. In June, the Herald revealed that Enniskillen has been selected by the non-profit organisation to be the location of the first regional cancer support centre in the North. As […]

Boho publican living the ‘American Dream’

AN Irish pub in Austin, which is owned by James Kelly from Boho, has been named as the biggest seller of Guinness in the state of Texas. After graduating as a Construction Management Consultant, the Fermanagh man moved to the United States of America, in 2013. After stints in Boston and New York, he settled […]

Sadness at the death of ‘true blue’ Sean

THE late Sean Martin, formerly of Mountain View in Kinawley, was remembered at his Requiem Mass as a ‘true blue’ whose commitment to family, football and faith was unwavering. Mr Martin, 67, passed away peacefully at his home on Friday, surrounded by his family. At his Requiem Mass at St Naile’s Church, Kinawley, on Monday, […]

Defensive frailties haunt Mallards again

BALLINAMALLARD United manager, Harry McConkey, admitted it was ‘very hard to watch’ as his side conceded four goals in the second half in their opening game of the season. An Aaron Harkin penalty gave the Mallards a 1-0 lead at half time, and just minutes after the restart, James McGrath doubled their advantage. The Ballinamallard […]

Parents inspired Vincy’s career

AFTER almost three decades of performing in pubs and venues across Fermanagh, Vincy Walmsley has established himself as one of the top local singers in the county. From an early age, the aspiring singer Vincy’s talents were recognised by many different music professionals, but self-admittedly, the PJ Treacy & Sons employee never expected his career […]

Motivational Geraldine receives nomination

A MOTIVATIONAL speaker from Belleek has received a nomination nod for an ‘Outstanding Achievement Award’ at a prestigious award ceremony to honour life speakers later this year. Geraldine McGrath, who has recently teamed up with renowned speaker Pat Slattery, has been nominated for the special achievement accolade at the ‘Make It Happen’ award ceremony. “(It’s) An […]