The Northern Ireland Assembly late on Monday night voted in favour of making paying for sex a crime.
ENNISKILLEN’S new innovative emergency help points have been activated a whopping 342 times in just three weeks during the month of June – but it is believed that none were in an emergency situation. Among these 342 activations, seven were people looking for general information, including directions to shops, restaurants and taxis. The vast […]
THE pay and conditions for carers in the county is not good enough for the ‘indispensable’ role they play in the community.
A NEW 1100m cycle lane costing £100,000 will allow Enniskillen residents to benefit from better leisure infrastructure, but the path will not be lit, much to the dismay of one local councillor.
Local politicians are set to lace up their football boots in an effort to raise vital funds for the Cystic Fibrosis Trust.
Question marks hang over the future of Fermanagh’s Meals on Wheels scheme.
The installation of public WiFi in Enniskillen has been called into question after a local councillor expressed his concerns over the ease of access to inappropriate images through the service.
With just two weeks until the G8 summit, ‘ragged’ union flags still fly over one of Enniskillen’s main roads – and no solution appears to be in sight.