Little rest for Fermanagh footballers over Christmas

AS many of us turn our attention to Christmas festivities, Kieran Donnelly and Fermanagh footballers have one eye on the Dr McKenna Cup which gets underway in January. The draw last week saw the Erne men pitted with Tyrone and Derry in Group B and Donnelly is relishing playing two of the best teams in Ulster; […]

Paddy Bradley looks ahead to Derry v Fermanagh

Derry and Fermanagh know each other inside out and obviously with Rory having been with Fermanagh he knows all the players and with Fermanagh playing a similar type style to when he was there and both teams coming off the back of two good victories, the winner will very much be in the top two […]

Crowd turns out to pay tribute to murdered journalist

Over 100 people came together in Enniskillen to attend a vigil in memory of murdered journalist Lyra McKee.  Lyra McKee, 29, was killed when she was shot in the head during rioting in the Creggan area of Derry last Thursday, and her funeral will take place today (Wednesday) at St Anne’s Cathedral in Belfast.  The […]

Patients face three-hour journey to pain relief clinic

PEOPLE in Fermanagh who require pain management or a chronic pain service are being forced to travel to Omagh or Derry to be seen by a consultant. A Freedom of Information (FOI) request carried out by Enniskillen woman Helen Hamill explains that the Western Trust is currently not providing a chronic pain service at South […]