THE CHRISTIAN-run bakery at the centre of the ‘gay cake’ row has received backing from a Fermanagh firm after a banner was erected outside the business pledging support for the bakery.
UNIONISTS have been accused of engaging in pre-planned political grandstanding after every DUP and UUP councillor left the Fermanagh and Omagh District Council chamber on Monday night ahead of a debate on the right of Irish citizens in the North to vote in the Irish Presidential elections.
VOTERS KNOW the forthcoming Westminster election is a two-horse race, Sinn Fein’s Michelle Gildernew has said.
THE ALLIANCE party is expected to announce a candidate to run in the Westminster election for Fermanagh and South Tyrone in May, later this week.
A UNIONIST politician can win the 2015 Westminster election – but only if a single unionist is chosen.
JUST TWO weeks after an interview with this newspaper defending Sinn Fein’s agreement on welfare cuts, Michelle Gildernew’s party now appears to have suddenly abandoned their support for the welfare reform bill.
FOR A part of the world with among the highest electoral turnout record in all of Europe, what was surprising was just how few people – twenty or so – turned out for a Westminster election debate for 2015 at Fermanagh House in Enniskillen.
Here are five news stories from Fermanagh that you may have missed this week:
The message from the anti-fracking conference last Friday was clear – fracking will be blocked, should attempts be made to introduce it in Fermanagh.
PLANS to erect an historical sign at the Celtic Park playing field in Enniskillen have hit a bump after a Sinn Fein councillor called for Irish to be included as a second language.