COLUMN: Is there anything after this?


IN THE 1980s when I worked as a priest in a town in Fermanagh, I lived next door to a couple who were rather traditional, conservative Catholics. I wouldn’t have thought of myself as their type of priest as I was a product of the post-Vatican 2 church which for a very brief period flirted with some […]


Enniskillen’s Coná talks female empowerment in Belfast


ENNISKILLEN woman Coná Daly said she was ‘beyond proud’ to be selected as one of the guest speakers at a major motivational speaking event in Belfast. Ms Daly, who recently married RNLI worker Shea, was one of the headline acts at the ‘Sisterhood Sleepover’ club event which was organised by the Un/Altered group. “I am […]


Katrina Brennan appointed Herald Sports Editor


THE Fermanagh Herald is pleased to announce the appointment of Katrina Brennan as Sports Editor. She becomes the first female journalist to hold the position at this newspaper. She started her career with BBC Sport NI in 2003 and for almost 18 years worked in television production. She began as a Researcher on a sports […]


Lockdown spawns new anthology by local women writers


Four writers from Fermanagh feature in a new group of women from across the North who have used the global lockdown to fuel a powerhouse of literary creativity. The writers of Women Aloud Northern Ireland – among them published authors, novelists, poets and broadcasters – are publishing an anthology of short stories and poems, some […]