McCuskers light up the skies in support of Air Ambulance


DAVID and his wife Joanne McCusker, are yet again keeping up with their famous winter wonderland tradition this festive season with over 20,000 lights on display around their family home, with an aim this year to raise essential and life-saving funds for Air Ambulance NI. Last year, the McCusker family from Lisbellaw received an “overwhelming” response […]


Just no breaking the ‘Law


LAYING down the law, that’s exactly what Lisbellaw hurlers did on Sunday afternoon in Clones. The Ulster semi final which was moved from the Athletic Grounds to St Tiernach’s Park was a tight affair in the first half but in the second, Fermanagh’s only senior hurling team powered to victory with 10 points to spare in […]


Lisbellaw ready to embark on Ulster Club journey


When Rory Porteous leads Lisbellaw St Patrick’s out onto Brewster Park on Sunday, he will be hoping that this is only the start of the Ulster Championship run for the well-supported ‘Law. Porteous is set to captain the Lisbellaw men for the first time on Sunday, an honour which is amongst his top sporting achievements […]


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Man and woman released on police bail pending further enquiries


DETECTIVES have now released a man and woman both aged in their 20s on police bail pending further enquiries after they were both arrested on suspicion of theft. The arrest was in connection with a number of reports of thefts from vehicles at properties at Lisbellaw, Maguiresbridge and Belcoo, and from properties at Maguiresbridge and […]


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 […]


Musicians devastated at return delay


MUSICIANS across Fermanagh were dealt yet another “devastating blow” as Stormont announced that the relaxation around live music would be delayed until 5 July. Despite the initial indicative date for 21 June (Monday), last minute changes had been made due to concerns about an increase in case numbers of the Delta Variant. As the entertainment […]


PSNI issue warning after spate of overnight car thefts


Police in Enniskillen are investigating reports of the theft of a car, and thefts from a number of vehicles, in the early hours of yesterday morning (Thursday 13th May). Sergeant Balfour said: “Police received a report that a grey coloured Volkswagen Golf had been stolen from the Kilmore Green area of Lisnaskea. “It’s believed to […]


Brave Robbie’s running to help others


Lisbellaw man Robbie Little is running 100km during the month of March in aid of Action for Stammering Children. The charity helps over 150,000 children and young people across the UK to ensure that those impacted has access to effective services and support to help them meet the challenges they face. Having a mild stammer himself, Robbie feels that […]