Hume remembered as political colossus & man of courage


NOBEL Peace Prize winner John Hume has died at the age of 83. Mr Hume, who was instrumental in the Good Friday agreement, died in a Derry nursing home following a long illness. He was a founding member of the SDLP in 1970 and led the party from 1979 until 2001. Reitred SDLP councillor John […]


Cathal’s keeping everybody active


  Cathal Fee is 34 year old from Tempo, and has been working as road manager for Lisa McHugh for the last nine years, driving her up and down the country to all her shows. Alongside this for just over two years now he has been working as a Personal Trainer and during lockdown he […]


It’s all funky style for Aidy


Music loving DJ Aidy Kelly has been on the turntable since his teenage days Then it was helping other DJs with their gigs locally, but it soon progressed to a semi professional status and at one stage he contemplated turning professional. But during lockdown he was on our screens regularly with his funky mix of […]


Disappointment as GAA Cul Camps latest Covid casualty


YOUNG children just love the fun of the summer holidays. But this year hundreds of young primary school children in Fermanagh will be disappointed without the annual Cul Camp weeks at local GAA clubs throughout the county. A decision has been taken not to hold the very popular Cul Camps because of Covid-19. GAA County […]


‘Teams that spend the most time learning the new rules


  FERMANAGH’S Niall Cullen has been on the GAA’s Championship Referees’ Panel since 2017 and he believes that his inter-county experience will give him an advantage when the club game returns later this month.   While the tier-two championship was postponed, the new rules are not being delayed as football finally returns. The Erne Gaels […]


Foster lends her support to local shops campaign


FIRST Minister Arlene Foster visited Enniskillen on Friday to show her support for the ‘Independents’ Day’ campaign recently launched by Retail NI. The First Minister showed her support for the campaign when she met with local traders, Enniskillen BID and representatives from the local council to hear about the struggles being faced by the high […]


Swimmer Ellie’s taken to the lough for training


  LOCKDOWN hasn’t bothered swimmer Ellie McCartney too much. The talented Enniskillen swimmer has been concentrating on her training routine in novel ways. Recently she has taken to Lough Erne to put in the hours needed to be an elite swimmer with Ireland. Now she’s heading to Spain with her mother Mary for a short […]


New greenway project could be a gamechanger for tourism


THE push is on to secure completion of a crossborder Greenway which would take in Enniskillen. And the importance of securing progress on the project has become more obvious during Covid-19 pandemic. Early in 219 First Minister Arlene Foster and other Fermanagh representatives made their way to the home of the Ballroom of Romance, Glenfarne, […]