Fermanagh singer John Farry returns to the studio

TWENTY-SEVEN years after he penned one of Ireland’s top Eurovision songs, Fermanagh singer and music guru John Farry has returned to the recording studio. The 65-year-old from Garrison is widely regarded as one of the top music songwriters and promoters on the island, having played a key role in the success of Country music star […]

Enniskillen’s Owens is aiming for Euro glory

ENNISKILLEN boxer Rhys Owens says he’s ‘focused and locked in’ ahead of the start of the Under-22 European Boxing Championship on Sunday. After a fairytale season, which saw Owens win his first National title, the 21-year-old has been selected to represent Ireland at the major games. It’s going to be the first time that the […]

Stronger sterling makes it a good time to head south!

IF you’re heading south or  jetting off to the sun now is a good time to get good value on the euro. The recent surge in strength of Sterling has seen the currency rise close to its highest level against the Euro since the EU referendum over three years ago. The demand for Euro in […]

Southern shoppers flocking from as far away as Cork

FERMANAGH experienced something of a mini-economic boom at the weekend, as shoppers from the South flocked across the border for the Halloween holiday weekend. With the bank holiday taking place in the South on Monday, registration plates from counties as far away as Cork could be found parked in towns across Fermanagh, while southern brogues […]