Student cleared of causing tragic death of toddler

AN ARCHITECTURE student, accused of causing the death of a Fermanagh toddler in a Belleek road crash almost three years ago has been cleared in court. University of Ulster student John Michael Fahy (25), of Groagagh Grange, Sligo was cleared of causing the death of 19 month old Ryan John Cox and injuring his mother […]

Newtown priest caught up in Twelfth mayhem

NEWTOWNBUTLER- BORN Passionist priest, Fr Gary Donegan found himself once more in the thick of things at Monday’s ‘Twelfth’ celebrations near the Ardoyne area after a young girl was run over by a motorist wearing a bandsman’s uniform. He is rector of Holy Cross on Belfast’s Crumlin Road which the ‘Twelfth’ marchers are denied access […]

Mallards pipped on penalties

The lottery of penalties put paid to Ballinamallard Reserves George Wilson Cup bid at the semi-final stages in Ferney Park.

University student walks free after being found guilty of dealing drugs

AN Ulster University student walked free from court today (Monday) with a two-year suspended sentence for dealing in Ecstasy tablets. Sean O’Brien (21), of St Patrick’s Terrace, Lisnaskea,  had pleaded guilty last year to possessing Ecstasy tablets and cannabis with intent to supply. Co-accused Dylan Quaile (20), of Main Street, Maguiresbridge, had pleaded guilty to […]