Irvinestown might be a surprise final package, says BARRY OWENS, but when you have the likes of Shane Goan laying down the law anything is possible.
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.
ROSLEA and Fermanagh gael, Sean Quigley, has seen his stock rise in GAA circles in the last few months – but there’s been one casulty.
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.
A BELNALECK man whose father was killed in the Enniskillen bomb suffered a 48 hour tirade of abuse on social networking site Twitter, which included taunts that his father ‘deserved to die’.
THE PSNI have launched two new social-networking pages ahead of the G8 summit in June.