Given the severe impact alcohol can have on our mental well being, locals are being urged to keep it sensible this Christmas.
…but social media credited with helping change attitudes for better
CHRISTMAS is undoubtedly the most stressful season, but for many in our community it can simply be too much. This year people in Fermanagh are being urged to mind themselves and others. Many are left exhausted or overwhelmed by the pressures at this time of year, while for others it’s the season of isolation or […]
County gets £13m over five years… while Antrim handed £298m and Down £124m
‘Brazen’ raid is linked to Fermanagh incidents
The quote was for a 14-year-old car.
A FERMANAGH family has been left reeling from the tragic death of another son and brother away from home following a motorbike accident in Dublin this week. Stephen Fee, who was in his 50s, passed away in hospital following a crash between a motorcycle and a car on the N4 near Lucan in west Dublin […]
Several of Enniskillen’s town centre carparks saw their prices jump in September this year.
DRIVERS using the Marble Arch Road in the Florencecourt area will continue to face disruption over the next week as much needed resurfacing works get underway. Work began on the road on Monday, December 10th, and is due to continue until next Friday, December 21st. Around 1.8km of the road is being improved with strengthening […]
FERMANAGH HEALTH workers, who recently voted overwhelmingly in support of strike action, “deserve better” than the Department of Health’s latest pay offer. That’s according to Unison, which has around 2,000 members here in the county, has rejected a £60 million pay deal for health and social care staff announced by the Department last month. […]