“We need to see promises now translated into policies that put pounds into the pockets of families.”
Low-income families will get the one-off payment to help with the cost of living crisis.
The Finance Minister has warned of tough times ahead.
“Our classrooms are in crisis…schools are struggling to cover a basic curriculum,” the public statement read.
Repairs on local roads could be held up by the continued political uncertainty.
The £7m health cuts are already being felt in Fermanagh with no beds available in the South West Acute Hospital on Monday morning, despite a private ward with 24 beds lying vacant.
THE head of policing in Fermanagh has laid bare the devastating and harsh impact PSNI budgets cuts will have on the county’s police force.
PENSIONERS across Fermanagh can look forward next year to easier access to their private ‘pension pot’.
Principals of two primary schools this week told the Fermanagh Herald that they hoped that the Minister of Education, John O’Dowd, would take note of the responses to the consultation on the proposed new school budgets.
UP TO 20 Fermanagh primary schools could be facing a year of uncertainity following proposed plans set by the Department of Education to change the way schools are funded.