Lack of money blamed for roads going unfixed
Police are keen to hear from anyone who witnessed the collision or who was travelling on the Ballagh Road this morning who may be able to assist them.
The fight to ban fracking in Fermanagh continues.
Industry bosses warn of potential shortage of tradesmen in Fermanagh in the near future.
THE Proms may be coming to Fermanagh for the first time this autumn, but there’s been a local link to the internationally acclaimed live music event for years now. Una-Frances Clarke from Enniskillen works as part of the publications team for the Proms, which involves working on the BBC Proms Guide, all of the printed […]
Council helps out by not cutting verges
Thugs who “care not one jot about the environment” have been slammed after dumping household rubbish along a Fermanagh roadside.
There will be a regatta at Knockninny next week for the first time in almost 150 years, and the public are being urged to come along and take part.
Most other types of crime continue to decline, but figures released by the PSNI show incidents of domestic violence locally have risen.
The trend overall is that total crime is down in the Fermanagh and Omagh policing district over the past year.