Ovens recalls learning of North’s first Covid case

MOST of us have our own distinct recollections of the early days of the pandemic but for one Fermanagh man, who was one of the first to learn the virus had arrived in the North, every moment of the beginning of the outbreak here will live long in his memory. As special advisor (SpAd) to […]

Patrick and family are bound for Donagh for Christmas!

By Mark McGoldrick WHAT a year it has been. The Covid-19 pandemic has left its mark in every quarter of the world. In the heart of Vancouver, in the ethnically diverse city in Canada, St Patrick’s Donagh clubman Patrick Quaile and his family are counting down the days until they can set foot on Irish […]

Councillor urges executive not to mismanage students

SINN Féin Councillor Sheamus Greene has called on the Northern Ireland Executive to ensure students are not subjected to pandemic mismanagement which others before them had to endure in the past two years. “Over the last two years, our student population found themselves paying for university courses and student accommodation which they had very limited […]

Delicious treats gives us plenty to smile about

THE KISSIN’ CRUST coffee shop in Lisnaskea has been at the heart of the local community for almost 18 years. At the helm of the popular business is owner Alma Kinnear, who with the help of her dedicated staff has paved the way in safety compliance while welcoming eager customers back to the new normal. […]