Smyth focused on task at hand

AS Derrygonnelly manager Garry Smyth knows, the opportunity to compete in an Ulster Club final ‘doesn’t come around too often’, and he is urging his players to make the most of Sunday’s chance. The Harps ladies are now just 60 minutes away from winning the provincial intermediate championship and Smyth is hoping that his team […]

Share Ice rink to return following huge success

AFTER almost 9,000 revellers enjoyed Fermanagh’s first ice rink this summer, with visitors coming from as far away as Cork, the Share Discovery Village is working to bring the attraction back again this year. While the popular Lisnaskea holiday and activity centre is busy preparing for a busy spring and summer season ahead, with an open […]

Foster welcomes funding to help Newtownbutler playgroup

First Minister Arlene Foster has welcomed the news that £900,000 extra has been allocated to the Pathway fund. This will ensure Newtownbutler Playgroup and the Railway Kids programme will now receive an award of funding for the year. Mrs Foster said, “On Friday I met with the leaders of Newtownbutler Playgroup and heard their concerns […]

Meteoric rise up league tables for Collegiate, Portora

  THE principal of a school whose GCSE league table place jumped 36 places – up to number 11 in the North – has said ‘we are proud of our students every year’. Neil Morton, principal of Portora Royal in Enniskillen, saw his school climb to 11th from 47th in the most recent GCSE table, […]