Aer Lingus deal gives Fermanagh holidaymakers hope

FERMANAGH holidaymakers breathed a sigh of relief after Aer Lingus announced it would accept a 17.75 per cent pay rise for its pilots. The recommendation covers a four-year period from January 1, 2023, to the end of December 2026. The decision is not binding and it will now be put to a ballot of members of the Irish […]

Plans in place for Fermanagh’s Twelfth of July parade

THIS year the Twelfth and the Lady of the Lake Festival will combine in Irvinestown for the first time. In preparation for this, police have issued their traffic advice for the Twelfth’s celebrations on Friday. Delays are expected from 10am as participants and supporters arrive to assemble at Castle Irvine Estate (Necarne Castle) in preparation. At approximately […]

Leona Maguire dedicates European win ‘for Ireland’

BALLYCONNELL golfer Leona Maguire has dedicated her historic Aramco Team Series individual event to her family and country after she etched her names into the sporting history books. The former Solheim Cup winner made history on Friday when she became the first golfer from Ireland win on the Ladies European Tour, following standout success in Hertfordshire […]

Fermanagh doctor relishing career in medicine

A FERMANAGH doctor has said she “never gave up on my dream” after she recently graduated and is preparing to begin her career in medicine in the NHS. Ciara McCaffrey, a former pupil at St Aidan’s High School and Mount Lourdes Grammar School, graduated as a doctor from Queen’s University after five years. She’s now […]