New alcohol pricing rules in the South could see a surge in cross-border trade.
WHILE many of us are eagerly awaiting the reopening of pubs here on July 3, it seems many local publicans are unhappy with new regulations which they say would discriminate against smaller rural licensed premises. The announcement that pubs and hotels were to reopen came with the caveat that the end of lockdown only applied […]
POLICE ARE concerned about the growing trend of prescription drug use by Fermanagh’s young people. In recent weeks and months the Herald has been reporting about the ongoing issue of underage drinking and anti-social behaviour at scenic spots such as jetties around the county. It is not just underage drinking that is the problem, however, […]
Given the severe impact alcohol can have on our mental well being, locals are being urged to keep it sensible this Christmas.
Middle aged men now rated most at risk of alcohol abuse
An intensive police campaign on drink driving is taking place on Fermanagh’s roads this Christmas
Police issue stark warning to parents about dangers of underage drinking
The price of a pint of beer is set to go through the roof.
Under-18s won’t get a chance to choose our MP, but they were certainly up to the task of grilling the candidates, writes Gareth McKeown
NEW MOVES to aid staff selling alcohol in off-licences are being made across the county.