Belleek and Garrison residents dealing with effects of flooding

FLOODING continues to be a problem in Belleek, while residents and businesses in Garrison are still cleaning up their properties following floods likened to “the river running down the street”. Videos of the torrential rain and its effect on the villages have been posted online showing the extent of the flooding and the panicked reaction […]

Fr Joe McVeigh in interview

THIS MONTH for the ‘Fermanagh Lives Lived’ series of in-depth interviews, the Herald was in conversation with Fr Joe McVeigh from Ederney. Fr Joe talks about his 50 years of ministry which began in Fermanagh the same year as internment was introduced, his early days in Moneyvriece and St Michael’s College, and his passion for […]

Two die in heartbreaking double road tragedies

THE county came to a heartbreaking standstill this week as a result of two separate car collisions that tragically claimed the lives of two local people. A man in his 50s died at the scene following a one-vehicle collision on the Marble Arch Road, Florencecourt, during the early hours of yesterday, Tuesday, morning, while a […]

Fermanagh upbringing prepared Monica for finance job

FIRST FEMALE LEAD: FERMANAGH woman, Monica O’Reilly (nee McGuinness) has become the first female to lead the US financial services division  of the global accountancy and consulting giant, Deloitte, in the firm’s 175-year history. Based in San Franciso, Monica has held several leadership roles in the so-called Big Four company and has 30 years experience […]