Lisnaskea letter turns up 60 years after it was posted


DOCUMENTS from the 1960s relating to a Lisnaskea lady turned up on a London doorstep in recent days.  A brown envelope with the date stamp 3 March 1960 appeared on Irish man, Ken Kavanagh’s doorstep following a windy night last week.  In the envelope was a great deal of information relating to a Ms Rose […]


Locally based artist’s work on display in London


A work by Fermanagh based artist Rita Duffy is among works to be included in the first major exhibition of Irish Art to be held in London for over 30 years. The Art of a Nation exhibition opens at the Mall Galleries in London on May 13th and closes on May 31st. Duffy’s “The Geansaí’’ […]


Gildernew warns Orange Order getting the vote out for Elliott


MICHELLE GILDERNEW is warning voters that every last vote counts and claims the turnout within unionism will be higher in this year’s general election because, she claims, the Orange Order is playing a key role in mobilising support for her main rival, the UUP’s Tom Elliott.