Enniskillen’s High Street revival is down to the town’s natural entrepreneurial spirit. That’s the view from Noelle McAloon of the Enniskillen Business Improvement District (BID). Businesses have bounced back from the Covid lockdown period while new ones have sprung up to add to the colour and vibrancy of the town. Helped by BID’s Enniskillen Gift […]
Wellington Road, Queen Street and Queen Elizabeth Road will have lane closures in place.
“One of the nicest if not ‘the nicest’ men to ever grace a bridge table.”
Organisers have said the demonstration will be a way for the people of Fermangah to show support to Noah’s family.
TRIBUTES have been paid to ‘spirited young lady’ Jennifer ‘Jenny’ Kavanagh who passed away peacefully at the South West Acute Hospital in Enniskillen on Monday, surrounded by her family. Erne Integrated College expressed its ‘great sadness’ on social media. “Many of us remember Jenny as a spirited young lady with a winning personality,” they said. […]
By Mark McGoldrick COUNTRY music singing sensation Nathan Carter has released a new single, ‘Keg of Brandy.’ The classic song was first written in the early 1700s, but was re-written by Irish singer-songwriter Robbie O’Connell. The High Kings also recorded their own version of the song. Carter recorded the single and released it on Wednesday last […]
By John Carney EMPLOYERS’ lack of support for menopausal symptoms is pushing “highly skilled and experienced” local women out of work a new report has revealed. The cross-party House of Commons Women and Equalities Committee study also highlights the negative knock-on effects of the gender pay gap, pension gap, and the number of women in senior […]
Which road do you think gets the most speeding fines in Fermanagh?
The well-known Enniskillen businessman passed away last week.
SGN Natural Gas said it had chosen a quiet time of year to carry out the work to minimise disruption.