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Denzil McDaniel opinion: Identity can divide us, or give us common purpose

2 Jul 2015 18:01

One of the great leaders of the Anglican Church is Archbishop of York, Dr. John Sentamu. He’s a great communicator, as many of those who heard him preach in St. Macartin’s Cathedral in Enniskillen will agree.

Suspended sentence for manager who stole cash from employer for almost nine years

2 Jul 2015 16:30

A FORMER general manager of a major chain of convenience stores who admitted stealing cash from his employer over a period of almost nine years has avoided going to jail.

£95,000 severance between six former councillors

2 Jul 2015 15:30Rodney Edwards

SIX former councillors who left Fermanagh District Council ahead of its amalgamation with Omagh District Council have received more than £95,000 in severance packages between them.

Police arrest 25 years old over possession of crossbow

2 Jul 2015 15:01Julie Kenwell

A 25-year-old man was arrested in Brookeborough on Monday for possessing a crossbow after police received a report that a 29-year-old man had been assaulted in the village.

Sale of Lough Erne Resort completed

2 Jul 2015 13:45

The sale of the Lough Erne Resort has been completed. The purchase of the five-star luxury hotel and golf resort near Enniskillen has been completed by a U.S. investment group led by Vine Avenue Advisors, LLC, headed by Michael Saliba, and TRU Hotels and Resorts, a hotel investment and management company founded by veteran American hoteliers Jeff Mahan and Mark Ward.

Portora bow out of Henley after battling performance

2 Jul 2015 12:30

After a fighting performance, Portora Boat Club’s oarsmen were beaten by just half of a length in their heat this afternoon in The Princess Elizabeth Challenge Cup for junior men’s 8s at Henley Royal Regatta.

McCluskey to miss Antrim game after red card appeal turned down

2 Jul 2015 10:10

In Thursday's Impartial

1 Jul 2015 22:30

New Principal for Integrated College

1 Jul 2015 12:00

Students’ outstanding musical achievements celebrated at night of performance

1 Jul 2015 10:00Editorial Department

PSNI warning over increased threat of identity fraud

30 Jun 2015 18:02

Well-known names attend launch as hotel invests £200,000 in new project

30 Jun 2015 15:00Editorial Department

Fairytale rise to success takes hard work and determination

30 Jun 2015 13:00Meadhbh Monahan

Council may consult on opening hours of Lakeland Forum

30 Jun 2015 10:00Editorial Department

Church plaques reveal links to ‘the bravest man’ at Waterloo

29 Jun 2015 16:00Brian Donaldson

Police warn Fermanagh businesses of new scam

29 Jun 2015 12:05

Euro earners may struggle to get mortgage

29 Jun 2015 12:00Julie Kenwell

Fermanagh woman celebrates 100th birthday in Australia

29 Jun 2015 10:00Editorial Department

Joan Trimble award helps young actor attend summer school

28 Jun 2015 18:00Editorial Department

Music and celebration as composer’s centenary is marked with uplifting concert

28 Jun 2015 16:00Editorial Department

Behind Croiadh’s new look is a worthy cause

28 Jun 2015 12:00Editorial Department

Homeless referrals increase by a fifth as housing group marks 10 years

28 Jun 2015 10:00Julie Kenwell

As boys prepare for Henley, crew of ‘82 recalls freak break that shattered dream

27 Jun 2015 15:00Lily Dane

Inspection identified nursing home care as ‘below minimum standard’

27 Jun 2015 12:00Editorial Department

20p bill to feed ducks

27 Jun 2015 09:30Editorial Department

Ford: Drugs case cost estimated £834

26 Jun 2015 17:00Rodney Edwards

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Blogs

Courtroom dramas the scene for competing rights

One of the more unpleasant experiences in my career was appearing in the High Court as a witness in an action taken against the newspaper; it’s no fun being grilled and pulled apart by a barrister for hours on end.

Listening to raw stories of tragedy can aid small steps to recovery

It’s not what you say, it’s the way that you say it

What does the Jim Wells controversy say about society?

A lack of compassion is the start of inhumanity

The Magazine

Golden jubilee of bowling at Enniskillen

An article uncovered in the archives of The Impartial Reporter focuses on ‘50 years of bowling at Enniskillen.’ Janet Brown, Enniskillen Bowling Club forwarded the article for the Looking Back column.

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What's On

Polished performer Lewis comes to Ardhowen

ON a long summer’s evening The Ardhowen is the perfect setting for a fabulous night out and this week it is home to a very special tribute to acclaimed Enniskillen-born performer/composer Joan Trimble.

Rock the Clock at Mahon’s

Wedding bells ring out for Borderline Players

Omagh laughs back with new comedy festival

Stories from the kitchen with ‘The Three Bears’

Sport

The importance of junior golf is that the younger you start playing the better

2 Jul 2015 18:00

Sport is an important part of everyday life, a little competition never hurt anybody and it provides the opportunity to learn and have fun.

Settled Skins looking to build on last year’s momentum and good end to season

2 Jul 2015 17:00

Enniskillen Rugby Club’s senior men’s teams will commence pre-season on Tuesday and 1st XV are looking to build further on last year, a year started amid some turmoil with a change of coaches but ended with plenty of hope going forward.

Ederney finish strongly to clinch Division Two title

2 Jul 2015 16:15

Ederney secured the MFL Division Two title with a five point victory over Lisnaskea in Brookeboro on Tuesday night.

Late Curran goal sends St. Pat’s into semi finals

2 Jul 2015 16:01

There was to be late, late drama at Emmett Park on Tuesday night as Eoghan Curran bagged a goal with the last kick of the game to send St. Pat’s through to the MFC semi-final with a one point win over Kinawley.

Top class contests in the ring

2 Jul 2015 15:30

As the boxing season draws to a close, the Erne Boxing Club delivered another memorable night of boxing with some quality action. The club’s tournament billed as Female Fight Night more than lived up to expectation delivering 13 contests with two matches pitting current Female Irish Elite champions against two current Female Elite champions from Scotland.

Bill flying high as he lands on his first Captain’s Prize

2 Jul 2015 15:15

Top titles for Eimear and Kyran at Junior Championships

2 Jul 2015 15:00

Quarter-final exit ends successful season for Gaels at U14 level

2 Jul 2015 14:30

All-Ireland Shield win for Tempo at Feile

2 Jul 2015 14:05

Medals for Rachel and Caoimhe at Irish Championships

2 Jul 2015 13:30

Lecky is sixth signing of summer for Blues

2 Jul 2015 13:00

Mallards start with trip to Warrenpoint

29 Jun 2015 10:20

BIKE1630 proves a big hit

26 Jun 2015 11:05

2015 could still be a breakthrough year for this team

26 Jun 2015 09:00

Monaghan did not perform because Fermanagh did not let them

25 Jun 2015 19:03

Stephen and Tara take top Lisnaskea 10K titles after a great day’s action

25 Jun 2015 18:07

Medals won by gymnasts at NI Championships

25 Jun 2015 17:09

‘Best win of my career’ enthuses Josh

25 Jun 2015 16:30

Glamour ties welcomed by Milk Cup managers

25 Jun 2015 15:00

Opinion

Courtroom dramas the scene for competing rights

26 Jun 2015 09:30How I See It with Denzil McDaniel

One of the more unpleasant experiences in my career was appearing in the High Court as a witness in an action taken against the newspaper; it’s no fun being grilled and pulled apart by a barrister for hours on end.

Charity is the big winner

18 Jun 2015 13:00Editorial Department

When there’s a challenge, then Fermanagh people are ready to show their support and prepared to dip their hand into their pockets to help charities.

Excellent treatment at SWAH

18 Jun 2015 13:00Editorial Department

Dear Madam, - I would like through your newspaper to say I have great praise for the kind and efficient staff on South West Acute Hospital, Enniskillen.

Listening to raw stories of tragedy can aid small steps to recovery

18 Jun 2015 09:30How I See It with Denzil McDaniel

The fictional lawyer Atticus Finch, in the classic “To Kill a Mocking Bird”, suggests that you never really understand a person until you consider his point of view… “until you climb into his skin and walk around in it.”

Opinion - Warren Little - Choice was a fine thing - but not anymore

11 Jun 2015 17:00Editorial Department

For reasons best known to themselves, the modern woman likes to go to fancy hotels where they can have creams rubbed in.

It’s not what you say, it’s the way that you say it

11 Jun 2015 16:00How I See It with Denzil McDaniel

Opinion - Warren Little - Panorama exposed the mutual deadlock on The Past

4 Jun 2015 15:00

Opinion - Denzil McDaniel - The public’s right to know isn’t absolute

4 Jun 2015 14:00

The fall of man

4 Jun 2015 12:00

Cuts hurting the most vulnerable

4 Jun 2015 12:00

Support when travelling in the EU

4 Jun 2015 12:00

Happy 190th birthday

4 Jun 2015 12:00

A heavy defeat suffered off the pitch

4 Jun 2015 12:00

Search for people affected by diabetes

4 Jun 2015 12:00

New Trafficking Act will empower victims

1 Jun 2015 08:25

What's On

Polished performer Lewis comes to Ardhowen

18 Jun 2015 13:00

ON a long summer’s evening The Ardhowen is the perfect setting for a fabulous night out and this week it is home to a very special tribute to acclaimed Enniskillen-born performer/composer Joan Trimble.

Rock the Clock at Mahon’s

18 Jun 2015 13:00Julie Kenwell

MAHON’S Hotel in Irvinestown will be rocking around the clock this Sunday with The Whistlin’ Donkeys and friends. The traditional folk rock band are rubbing shoulders with the great and the good for pop music.

Wedding bells ring out for Borderline Players

18 Jun 2015 13:00Julie Kenwell

AFTER an audience acclaimed preview performance in February, Borderline Players Generation 2.0 will present the Sam Cree comedy, ‘Wedding Fever’ at the Ardhowen Theatre in Enniskillen next Friday and Saturday (June 26 and June 27).

Omagh laughs back with new comedy festival

4 Jun 2015 12:01

ONE thing is certain: over the course of this weekend it cannot be said that ‘there’s nothing to do in Omagh’.

Stories from the kitchen with ‘The Three Bears’

4 Jun 2015 12:00

PATRICK Kielty needs our ‘Help’ in his new stand-up show tonight (Thursday), The Ronnie Greer Blues Band will be joined by the very talented Matt McGinn in the Gallery Bar on Friday and for The Ardhowen’s younger audience, Goldilicks has a very sticky afternoon with ‘The Three Bears’ on Saturday.

Boston singer seeks beauty in the face of sadness

4 Jun 2015 12:00

Toner brings musical inspiration to the Ardhowen

1 Jun 2015 10:53

Variety the spice of local Choral group

1 Jun 2015 10:48

Guthrie returns to the Valley

1 Jun 2015 10:38

Fermanagh’s Matty James to play Sunflowerfest

1 Jun 2015 08:30

Centenary celebration for world-class musician

21 May 2015 12:00

Sacred and secular unite with Donaghadee Male Choir

21 May 2015 12:00

Festival beyond our Wildest dreams

18 May 2015 08:47

Gloria returns to music with Corner Bar performance

18 May 2015 08:47

Music at Gerry McCann weekend

18 May 2015 08:47

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