Medals at Mallusk for local students

THE performance of Sean Corry to take the Junior Boys title was one of a number of notable performances from Fermanagh athletes at the Ulster Schools Cross Country Finals at Mallusk, on Wednesday last. The athletes from five schools yielded a total of four podium finishes, three team medals and a total of 20 qualifiers for the […]

Ulster titles for Fermanagh athletes

IT was a very productive day for Fermanagh athletes at the first of this year’s Ulster Cross Country Championships in Dundonald on Sunday. Three podium individual medals, four team medals and an inter-county win capped off a great event. In the fourth race of the day Piaras Toner, running in the colours of Clones, ran a very […]

Students in climate charge protest

SCORES of students took to the streets of Enniskillen to protest against climate change.  On Friday, many students gathered at The Diamond to highlight the threat they say climate change poses to humanity and the world.  The protest was among many taking place across the world, with students and workers walking out of their daily […]

Mount Lourdes principal is leaving with a heavy heart

SCHOOL PRINCIPAL Maureen McKeever has closed the doors of Mount Lourdes for the final time after 37 years at the school.  Ms McKeever started her career at Mount Lourdes Grammar School as a PE teacher in 1982, before progressing through the ranks to vice-principal and eventually becoming principal 14 years ago.  Throughout the 37 years, […]

Major school projects put on hold

DUE to department budget constraints work at three local post-primary schools due to start this financial year, are to be put on hold. Work at St Michael’s College, Mount Lourdes Grammar School and Erne Integrated College is to be shelved for this year at least due to ‘budget constraints’. At St Michael’s College a £1.35m […]