Nathan Carter issues statement following house party

STATEMENT: FOLLOWING the news that police attended a house party at Nathan Carter’s house at the weekend, the country star has released a statement apologising for breaking Covid regulations. Nathan Carter’s management issued the following statement to the Herald: “My family visiting from Liverpool had organised a barbecue for my birthday. “They believed that this […]

Pubs frustrated by last minute Covid restrictions

FRUSTRATED: AS GOVERNMENT restrictions eased for the hospitality industry ahead of last weekend local publicans were frustrated to learn they were unable to open up to customers. The Fermanagh Herald spoke to Nicola and Damian Hanna of Molly’s Bar, Irvinestown and Michael Cadden from Pat’s Bar, Ennsikillen who told of their eleventh hour Council inspections […]

Jobless figures show 75% increase in benefit uptake

NEW figures tracked down by the Fermanagh Herald lays bare the current  state of the job market in Fermanagh and Omagh with 2,755 people here  claiming unemployment benefits in the period up to December 2020. The figures obtained from the Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency (NISRA) show that an additional 1,190 people in the […]

Erne ladies so grateful for generosity of supporters

FERMANAGH ladies are on the hunt for silverware once again as they face Wicklow for the 2020 TG4 All Ireland Junior Championship this weekend. While Covid restrictions will see the Erne ladies play to an empty Parnell Park on Saturday evening, captain Courteney Murphy admits that this will not deter players from keeping complete ‘focus’ […]