The world’s media has begun to descend on the county, among them one caller at the Herald whose paper claims to have 16 million readers.
Secretary of State, Theresa Villiers, writes for the Fermanagh Herald
Ahead of the Ulster Championship Quarter Final tie between Fermanagh and Cavan at Brewster Park, PSNI Chief Inspector Alywin Barton has asked for patience from those heading to the game.
Marian got the call a number of months ago from Lough Erne Resort Head Chef Noel McMeel asking to use her boxty as part of a dish to be served to the world leaders and admitted her delight and honour at the request.
With just days until the G8 arrives in Fermanagh, PSNI Chief Inspector Alywin Barton has said preparations are progressing as they had hoped, but admitted they are “awake and alive” to the dissident threat.
BRITISH PRIME Minister, David Cameron, has spoken of his pride that the G8 summit is to come to Northern Ireland, and Fermanagh in several days time.
Thousands of protesters could be left with nowhere to stay with the council confirming this week that they would not be providing an official site for protesters
Blaney Caravan Park finally has a sign directing tourists to their site, but only after owner David Bailey put the sign up himself at a cost of over £200.
Minor roads are ‘struggling to cope’ with G8
Anyone that breaches the restriction zone in place will be held accountable according to PSNI Superintendent