Families face losing out on long-planned trips due to passport delays
THE RESIDENTS Cavanaleck are no strangers to supporting each other, but since the Covid-19 crisis began the neighbourhood has been giving a masterclass in community spirit. Last Thursday the estate hosted what was possibly Fermanagh’s biggest street party since the lockdown began. With entertainment from the The Party Bees, the socially distanced event took the […]
“So many people, I feel, in Enniskillen missed out on their right to vote because of the changes the electoral commission made.”
From December 1st, taxi firms will turn on their meters and the public will be seeing a sharp increase in fares.
A KEY funder has withdrawn its application to erect a sign on council property commemorating a visit by a US general to Enniskillen after a war of words erupted between unionist and republican councillors over a bi-lingual sign. The granite plinth was originally planned to be located in Celtic Park and marks the visit of […]
A CONVICTED sex offender living in an Enniskillen housing estate, in close proximity to young children, has been swiftly removed by police following community concerns.
Translink have declined to spell out the full extent of the increases in fares for popular bus routes in the county, despite the new charges being officially introduced in less than three weeks.
FERMANAGH District Council’s Debbie Coyle has told the Herald she has come across a lot of instances where non-nationals who have settled here have been subject to racism, either out in the community or at work.
THE SAFETY of female taxi drivers is the focus of an event at the Town Hall next week.
FERMANAGH’S economy will suffer a financial loss of £22 million under the current welfare reform plans set out by the UK government, a recent report has suggested.