Lisnaskea facing two weekends of closures

MAIN Street Lisnaskea will be partially closed for two weekends later this month, to facilitate much-needed flood alleviation works. Last week the Herald reported that work to prevent homes in the town, specifically in The Acres and nearby areas, from flooding during heavy rain was due to begin. The Department for Infrastructure Rivers section has […]

Belleek mourns death of popular GAA groundsman

THE COMMUNITY in Belleek was united in grief, as popular local man Martin Duffy was laid to rest. Martin, from Daly Park, passed away on Sunday, April 29th, at the Palliative Care Nursing Unit, Omagh. The son of the late Denis and Laura, he is survived by his brother Tony and family, and his beloved […]


FORGET fears over Brexit, Fermanagh cross-border commuters are already facing delays as a result of a recent customs crackdown, with hundreds of cars stopped and scores seized. Those crossing the border over the past number of weeks will have noticed an increased presence of Customs and Revenue checkpoints on the southern side, with officers dipping […]

Lisnaskea youngsters set for a new centre

THE Carrowshee Park and Syvan Hill Community Association have been awarded £20,000 for the construction of a new community building. Like the Derrygonnelly loop path, the Lisnaskea association will be combining the Council grant with other funding sources. In the case of Carrosyl, this additional funding is coming in the form of £70,000 from the […]