When asked about what he loved about living in Fermanagh, Nathan replied “to be honest, it’s the music, the people the culture.”
The Fermanagh Herald has learned that an additional 36 Cov 7 fines of £200 each have now been issued, taking the total to 50.
Audiences gather in the Ardhowen for the first time since pandemic began over 18 months ago
The festival will feature lots of local talent.
WHILE the outbreak of Covid proved to be problematic for many local businesses, accountancy duo Ruairi Dundas and Ronan Gallagher have gone from strength to strength with their “efficient, effective and reliable” service, since moving premises back in March to keep-up with demand. Now based at Thistlebank House on the Sligo Road, Enniskillen, the ‘Dundas […]
SMALL changes can make a big difference according to one inspirational woman who has lost over five stone since the start of the Covid pandemic. While constant challenges and disruptions to daily routines caused many of us to gain weight over the course of lockdown, Jackie Rooney from Brookeborough instead spent her time wisely in […]
“Parking enforcement was scaled back in line with road usage from the end of January.”
District Commander, Alywin Barton, attributed the reduction to people working from home.
Fr La Flynn, has vowed that “the voice of prayer will not be silent.”
Derrygonnelly business grateful for community support