Mr Kennedy was in Enniskillen in an official capacity, for a business breakfast to discuss investment opportunities in the area.
“I don’t think anything can stop young Kennedy being the President, please God.”
FOR almost all of the first half, this curtain raiser seemed to be heading Kinawley’s way, the Brian Boru’s dominating play but crucially, failing to translate plentiful possession into scores. This was to prove costly as the game turned in second half. Knockninny playing with increasing confidence and flair as they dominated the last quarter to finish convincing winners and […]
RALLY CAR enthusiasts should buckle up and get ready to head to Knockninny Country House and Marina, Derrylin for the second annual Podge’s Run in aid of Parkinson’s Support Fermanagh. If spot lamps and spoilers are your thing, make your way to Knockninny this Saturday morning, 7th August where members of the Irish Ford Escort […]
THERE have been prayers and well-wishes for a local parish priest who is recovering in hospital after falling ill last week. There was great concern for Fr Maurice McMorrow PP in his parish of Killesher and Kinawley at the weekend when news emerged he had taken ill. The Herald has since been assured that, after […]
CATHOLIC Bishop of Kilmore Diocese Leo O’Reilly has announced his retirement in recent days. Since then he has stepped down from this role having received notification from Pope Francis that his request for early retirement on the grounds of ill-health was accepted and his retirement was to take effect immediately. The Bishop penned a pastoral […]
THE PEOPLE of Knockninny and Kinawley recently learned of their close connection to one of the most famous political figures of all time, 35th president of the United States, John Fitzgerald Kennedy. While much is known about the Kennedy and Fitzgerald connections here in Ireland, much less is known about JFK’s Cox connection. Until now, […]
There will be a regatta at Knockninny next week for the first time in almost 150 years, and the public are being urged to come along and take part.
WHEN it comes to tourism, it’s often said that Upper Lough Erne is the poor relation compared to the better known Lower Lough, but now it seems efforts are being made to set things right.