WELL-KNOWN Fermanagh school teacher, principal and St. Michael’s Scout Band leader, Bernie O’Connor, looks back on the life-changing event of his arrest by the RUC and subsequent interrogation at the infamous Castlereagh Detention Centre. It’s all in his new book called “Freeing the Truth”. Read all about his experiences in the Herald’s latest edition of […]
“For the first time, I am genuinely afraid. I’m scared for my children and the young people around here.”
This figure even beats the staggering overall average for Northern Ireland for the same period which sits at 9.2 per cent.
As a mother to five children who are in four different schools Zoe Tunney knows all too well, the cost of kitting kids out for school. This week she gives a first hand account of what it is like to get a family of school age children kitted out to return to the classroom. IN […]
“The Euro Auctions brand will continue and the staff will be the same.”
The FASTER project is working with local and district councils to identify suitable locations for this much-needed infrastructure.
DESCRIBED by his wife as a “warrior”, Colm McGoldrick fought his illness right up until last week when he travelled to London for additional treatment. It wasn’t meant to be, however, when doctors gave Colm and Nicola news they weren’t expecting and the father-of-two passed away peacefully in hospital shortly after. Colm was laid to […]
The Postmaster for Enniskillen branch has resigned.
Those who have felt unwell and displayed the symptoms of Covid-19 followed government advice to carry out a lateral flow test at home.
The socially-distanced meeting was a re-grouping of the supporters of Sean Quinn in the Cavan, Fermanagh and Leitrim communities.