Ted shares lung cancer journey to help others

IT’S one of the scariest diagnoses a patient can get, but with the right support, proper awareness, and ever-advancing treatments, lung cancer doesn’t have to be a life sentence, even at its later stages. That’s the message from Derrylin man Ted O’Driscoll who has been living with Stage 3 lung cancer for over six years now. He has called for a […]

Court date set for St Mary’s legal challenge

THE CAMPAIGN to save St Mary’s Primary School in Fivemiletown took another step forward this week, when a date for the legal challenge against its closure was set for the High Court in Belfast. Since the Council for Catholic Maintained Schools (CCMS) and the Education Authority (EA) earmarked the school for closure in January this year, […]

Rooney’s ‘humbled’ by support following arson attack

THERE has been an outpouring of support for the family and staff of Rooney’s Eurospar in Enniskillen following a shocking arson attack on the business this week. At around 3am on Monday (November 20) police received a report of a man approaching the busy family-run shop on the Cornagrade Road and smashing its front window. […]

Quinn asks Oireachtas for fraud investigation

SEÁN Quinn has written to TDs and senators in the South calling for an investigation into alleged fraud during the take over of his businesses, and asking for his own name to be cleared. In the letter, seen by the Herald, Mr Quinn said he felt compelled to write the letter as he felt over the […]

Pride weekend a success, despite small protest

THE ORGANISERS of last weekend’s Pride shows in Enniskillen said they were touched by the support of the local community and have thanked all those who helped make the events a huge success. With preparations well underway for Fermanagh’s first official Pride celebration next June, the local committee organised two fundraising and awareness nights at the Westville Hotel […]