Teemore Shamrocks have suspended all club activities until early next after one player tested positive. The club who responded immediately to health concerns, are continuing to work with the PHA and recieve advice on this matter. Speaking to the Herald, Teemore Shamrocks Club Chairman, Tommy Clarke, confirmed, “One player has tested positive. A number of […]
Taxpayers to fork out again for MLA payoffs
In Fermanagh and South Tyrone with just five seats up for grabs instead of six, one unlucky MLA will qualify for a payoff.
‘Rebels’ rhetoric has to make way for realpolitik
DUP flying high because their message is unambiguous, while Sinn Fein’s is a bit all over the place, writes Fermanagh Herald editor Maurice Kennedy.
Looks like same again
Things beginning to take shape with Michelle Gildernew elected, Phil Flanagan eliminated and the UUP’s Alastair Patterson all but gone.
Gildernew elected as Flanagan eliminated
Michelle Gildernew has been officially elected for Fermanagh South Tyrone.
Quarry firm denies selling property to fracking company
Election candidates say issue hasn’t gone away
Elliot awarded £48k in damages over Flanagan tweet
Fermanagh South Tyrone MP Tom Elliott has been awarded £48,750 in compensation over a tweet by Sinn Fein’s MLA Phil Flanagan falsely suggesting he had harassed and shot people. At a High Court hearing last month to decide on the level of compensation to be awarded, Mr Elliott said the groundless allegations left him shocked and […]
Five Sinn Féin candidates to battle for just three nominations
Party will select three candidates this weekend
Our MLAs rack up half a million pound in expenses
FERMANAGH’S MLAs have racked up almost half-a-million pounds in expenses in just one year.
Sinn Fein MLA Phil Flanagan under fire after latest tweet jibe
LOCAL MLA Phil Flanagan has come under fire for suggesting that sectarian motives influenced roadworks carried out by Transport NI in Kesh and Clabby this year.