WITH over 26,600 followers on Instagram and 58,000 on TikTok, Abigail Parkinson is one of the leading social media influencers in the North. The beauty from Kesh, who was a former Miss Northern Ireland contestant, was a recent participant at the ‘Art of Content Creation’ event which was held at Victoria Square in Belfast. “I […]
FORMER First Minister Arlene Foster has been speaking out about the horrific experience she has endured at the hands of social media trolls during her time in public office. She even revealed how her three children received death threats online. Mrs Foster also confirmed for the first time that she has stopped engaging also revealed […]
Friends of First Minister Foster believe she may lend her voice and experience to the campaign against social media abuse.
Canon Jimmy McPhillips like many clerics across Fermanagh is facing new challenges in providing guidance and support to his parishioners.
LOCAL priest Fr Cathal Deery, has spoken out on the “suicide epidemic” that has claimed the lives of over 307 people across the North during the past year. Speaking to the Herald, the Derrygonnelly parish priest discussed the increase of suicides in rural areas like Fermanagh, “Rural areas in particular can be very isolating, and […]
PEOPLE HERE have been urged to take time to think about the content of social media holiday snaps before uploading. The warnings come after a recent survey claimed that over sharing online is putting homes at risk of burglary. The survey conducted by Origin outlines that those under 30 years old are the worst offenders. […]
The mother fears the Instagram account called fermanagh_shifts is encouraging inappropriate behviour.
FERMANAGH was thrust into the social media spotlight once again last week when the online phenomenon Irish Biz Party descended on the county for its fifth annual conference. Around 150 business people from across the island of Ireland attended the conference at the Killyhevlin Hotel in Enniskillen, which once again saw Fermanagh ‘trending’ on online. […]
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.
THE CHAIRMAN of St Patrick’s GAA club in Donagh has issued a stark warning to young people using social media, after the club’s Facebook page was hacked on Monday night.