The results of the excavation will be presented at a ‘Celebration of the Backstreets’ on Tuesday, November 23.
The dig was the first of its kind to be carried out on a famine road.
Not enough local students are being accepted to Queen’s University to study medicine – Greene
“There are undoubtedly more examples out there that need to be recorded, but this requires help from the Fermanagh public.”
A new study has shown Brexit is already impacting day-to-day life here in worrying ways.
David Howard and Benny Grainger have been presented with their silverware for winning the 2014 NI Navigation Rally championship.
TWO local principals are confident their pupils will continue to attain places at the two leading universities in the North despite student numbers being cut by 1,100.
Local students could be hit by plans to slash student intake at two of the North’s main universities.
Fermanagh student political activists at Queen’s University are in the midst of a referendum debate that will see the university population vote on whether the university supports Irish unity.
ENNISKILLEN-BORN student Luke Burns got something of a trim this week – in promotion for his university’s ‘Movember’ appeal.