Four police officers assaulted in Bellanaleck

One man has been arrested after four police officers assaulted in Bellanaleck last night. Shortly after 8.20pm, Police received a report that a man in his 50s had been assaulted in the Mallard Heights area. Upon police arrival, a male, aged 24, was located as the suspect. Police attempted to arrest the suspect before he […]

Breastfeeding Course available in Fermanagh

A NEW suite of breastfeeding courses are now available to parents in Fermanagh. Launched by Nursing, these courses are the first of their kind to be launched in Ireland. This new service allows parents to take the courses at their own pace and from the comfort of their own home. Everything expectant parents need to […]

Lisnaskea dentist warns of dire future for NHS patients

A LISNASKEA dentist has said she had never thought she would see the day that new NHS patients would have to be turned away. Rachele Crozier who owns the Delicate Dental practice was speaking following a recent investigation by the BBC found that nine out of 10 practices were no longer registering new NHS patients. Ms […]

Show caves at Marble Arch to temporarily close

The show cave at Marble Arch Caves will be closed temporarily from Monday, September 12 to early January 2023 to install a new cave lighting system. During the closure period, cave tours will be not available. The installation of the new dynamic lighting aims to enhance the visitor experience of the unique caves system while sustainably protecting […]

Politicians condemn lack of NHS dental care

POLITICIANS have rallied to hit out at the lack of NHS dental care available to new patients. A BBC investigation found that nine out of 10 dental practices in Fermanagh were not accepting new NHS patients – a figure that was replicated across the North as a whole. Anyone in the County wishing to register with […]

Ongoing scourge of cross-border crime

THE spectre of cross-border crime has risen its ugly head again with a number of incidents along the North/Republic frontier. A robbery of a business on the Swanlibar Road last month – where a substantial amount of cash was stolen – with the suspect heading in a vehicle towards the south was a reminder for residents […]

RNLI rescue 12 in four separate Naan Island incidents

CARRYBRIDGE RNLI had a busy evening last Friday as 12 people had to be rescued and ferried back to dry land. A call from the Belfast Coastguard alerted the volunteer crew to an incident of a vessel in difficulty in shallow water close to Naan Island. Once on scene the RNLI located two vessels in […]