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Charlotte Johnston with one of her birthday cards marking her 100th birthday celebrations.

'Mother would be so proud that her delicate child reached 100'

Johnny Lafferty attempts to get a volley in on goal during the 2-1 defeat to Coleraine.  Photo: John McVitty

Missed chances prove costly as Mallards beaten by Coleraine

Mahon hopeful of "favourable outcome" for Creamery House

Mahon hopeful of "favourable outcome" for Creamery House

Jack Spratt, Chairman of Fermanagh Anglers with Director of  lster Angling Federation; Robbie Marshall, Development Officer, Ulster Angling Association and secretary of Fermanagh Anglers who hosted the meeting about the proposeed management plan of Lower

Anglers demand better resources to restore Lower Lough Erne as wild trout fishery

Tweets of the week

Tweets of the week - did you make it?

Councillor David Mahon meeting Health Minister Simon Hamilton to discuss Creamery House.

Councillor hopeful of ‘favourable outcome’ for Creamery House

Local buisness owners from left Leslie Dickie, Billy Mulligan, Jonathan Styles, Brian Graham, Malcolm Sloan and Craig Armstrong. (47421576)

Council accused of 'dragging its feet' over delay in public realm scheme

The multi-million pound South West Acute Hospital. Medical staff are under  severe pressure -- there is only one permanent junior doctor in the Emergency Department when there should be 16.

Altnagelvin gets all £800,000 fund and SWAH gets nothing

Enniskillen courthouse

Son hit mum with brush over Porshe damage

Picture - Kevin Scott / Presseye

Belfast , UK - NOVEMBER 21, Pictured is Ballinamallards' Whitey Anderson in action during the game at Solitude in Belfast, Northern Ireland on November 21 (Photo by Kevin Scott / Presseye)

Anderson aiming to end Coleriane's good run

Mrs Erskine and some P7 pupils donate items to Val Irvines Foodbank.

Tempo Primary School Children donate to The Food Bank, Lisnaskea

Colum Higgins, who enjoyed success at the Ulster Irish Dancing Championships at the weekend, pictured with his teachers Matthew Ferry and Rosetta and Elan McConomy Bradley.

Schoolboy dancing for joy after top win in Ulster Championships

Lord’s Prayer ban isn’t the first time that the world rejected Jesus

Lord’s Prayer ban isn’t the first time that the world rejected Jesus

Death of Fermanagh's first female driving instructor

Death of Fermanagh's first female driving instructor

Benny Cassidy has set up a 'Save St Josephs' facebook page in response to CCMS proposals to close St. Joseph's College and St. Fanchea's College

Parents fight school closure proposals


St. Michael's Paul Breen carries the ball forward against St. Macartan's.

Smash and grab sends St. Michael's into last eight

Fermanagh manager Pete McGrath.*

Nothing to fear in Ulster declares McGrath

© Trevor Lucy Tel: 07872 427024Action from Ballinamallard v Carrick Rangers. (47282760)

McKenna hopes to put disjointed start to season behind him

Western men's bowling team ready for Tyrone derby

Western men's bowling team ready for Tyrone derby

Simon Graham (47200348)

Lakeland Special Olympics teams wins top National Football Award

Digging deep...working on the pool in the 1970s.

Renovated Fivemiletown College swimming pool to be opened by Mary Peters

John Duffy looks to get Maguiresbridge moving forward during their key win over St. Pat's on Sunday.*

Bridge move a step closer to safety

Enniskillen 1st XV  v Larne 1st XV.*. (47024571)

Impressive Enniskillen notch up another excellent league win

James Turley scored Enniskillen Rangers seconds goal on Saturday.

Kerr disappointed to take nothing from game

Declan McCusker and Sean Quigley were key performers for their teams as they played out a draw on Sunday.

Ederney and Roslea share the spoils

Maguiresbridge goal scorer Peter Law gets his head to the ball ahead of Hospitals Barry Howe.*

Murphy targeting maximum points before break for second placed Bridge

Tiernan Daly breaks forward for Lisbellaw during their win over Strathroy Harps.

Lisbellaw go top of the table as Harps suffer second defeat in a row

A Portora player powers forward during the win over Portadown College on Saturday.*

Portora add to growing reputation

Harris Crowley claimed a gold medal at the Louth Championships.

Crowley delighted with performances as Erne boxers secure five golds

National Sport

Nathan Lyon and Australia fought back against New Zealand

Australia on top against New Zealand in Adelaide

Yannick Bolasie, pictured left, notched twice as Crystal Palace routed Newcastle

Alan Pardew's Crystal Palace thrash his former club Newcastle

Great Britain's Andy Murray celebrates victory against Belgium's Ruben Bemelmans on day one of the Davis Cup final

Murray brothers put Great Britain on brink of Davis Cup glory with doubles win

Lewis Hamilton has been busy away from the track

Lewis Hamilton hits back at Ron Dennis, saying: I don't feel I behave wrongly

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