Following the revelation that close to £11 million has been spent on roads in Fermanagh in 2012/13, a local councillor has said that he saw better roads when communism fell in Poland.
Those in close proximity to the Lough Erne Resort are suffering and expect massive disruptions due to the impending closure of the Lough Shore Road.
Next week every address in Fermanagh will receive essential information about the upcoming G8 Summit through the form of a newsletter
Noel confirmed that he and his staff would be cooking for the eight leaders, as well as a number of delegates.
The Shore Road (A46) outside Enniskillen will be closed to through traffic from Saturday, June 1
Supt Alistair Finlay said: “I’ve got no reason to say that dissidents won’t do something during that period of time.”
Fermanagh District Council this week released the contract prices, and the contractors, for the various ‘G8’ spruce-up schemes carried out across the county.
Work has begun in installing the security fence around the venue for the G8 Summit, the
‘Many reasons why protesters and campaigners will join with local people on our G8 march’.
Former Lough Erne Resort owner Jim Treacy speaks to the Herald