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17 Apr 2014 19:00 • Rodney Edwards

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Would-be Unionist polictician admits Catholic Facebook question was 'badly worded'

17 Apr 2014 18:06 • Rodney Edwards

A would-be politician seeking a seat in the new Fermanagh and Omagh Council for the Ulster Unionist Party has defended himself for a second time following comments he made on Facebook.

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Fermanagh's 'different breed' that sets the Orange Standard

17 Apr 2014 17:01

Let me get the amateur sociology out of the way first: ‘Out-group homogeneity’. It describes a bias that any group of people are prone to have.

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Why are you 'punishing a good school'?

17 Apr 2014 16:30

The proposed Development Proposal to close both Enniskillen Collegiate School and Portora Royal School and open a new school on a split site, will go before the members of the Western Education and Library Board on May 8 for approval.

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Meeting exposed WELB's 'weak process and weak argument' says Collegiate head

17 Apr 2014 15:57

THE Collegiate Grammar School’s consultation meeting on its proposed amalgamation with Portora Royal exposed the Western Education Library Board’s (WELB) “weak process and weak argument”, according to principal, Elizabeth Armstrong.

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Collegiate parents walk out after rudeness of WELB official

17 Apr 2014 15:14

PARENTS of Collegiate Grammar School have accused Western Education Library Board (WELB) officials of hiding their personal vested interest in a proposal that would see the school merge with Portora Royal next year.

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Hairdresser Ali’s skills valued by friends getting ready for nights out

ENNISKILLEN hairdresser, Ali Magee admits she isn’t much of a cook. The 21-year-old says she is liable to give her family food poisoning thanks to her limited cooking skills!

Celebrating with family and friends

Celebrating with family and friends

Wearing your art on your sleeve

Devoted mum Jennifer itching to get back on the dance floor

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‘Perfect’ first-time Ardhowen performance for Eddi

Chart-topper Eddi Reader appears at the Ardhowen Theatre for the first time tomorrow night (Friday) followed by Irish musical prodigy, Michael English in Concert on Saturday.

Dancing shoes at the ready for Michael English concert

Cookery Demonstration

Ramblers rock Mahon’s for Easter

Murky world of bureaucracy explored in ‘The Nose’

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Ulster Cup glory for Skins as they blitz Belfast Harlequins

17 Apr 2014 14:30

On Tuesday evening, Enniskillen Ladies U18s travelled to Stevenson Park in Dungannon to participate in the Ulster Cup Final.

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Both managers satisfied to begin campaign with a share of the spoils

17 Apr 2014 14:20

Both these sides will have been happy enough to come away with a point after they both had chances to get over the line at a windy Teemore on Sunday.

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Plate win a great boost for resurgent Skins says Stevenson

17 Apr 2014 14:00

Enniskillen Hockey Club enjoyed the sweet taste of success on Saturday when they defeated NICS2 following a superb second half in which they scored three goals without reply to win this final by 4-1.

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Kelly strikes late to clinch win for Tempo

17 Apr 2014 13:55

A late, late Damien Kelly point was enough to see John McElroy’s Tempo side clinch both points away to Erne Gaels on Sunday past.

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Portora enjoy great success in Cork

17 Apr 2014 13:51

Portora Boat Club travelled to Cork on Friday to compete at the first Grand League Regatta of 2014.

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Hoy powers his way to Varsity title

17 Apr 2014 13:40

Mark Hoy produced a storming run at the Irish Varsity Championships in Waterford last week to secure the 1500m title, and in doing so clinching qualification on the Irish team that will participate at the Celtic Varsity Championships in Scotland next month, with Mark hoping to retain the title in Scotland that he won last year.

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As a society we are judged by the way we treat the sick and the old

10 Apr 2014 13:00 • Editorial Department

Local councillors are asking about the possibility of the development of a hospice day care facility for the South West in light of the move of a palliative care nurse from the community back to a hospital setting.

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Hospital problems lie with management

10 Apr 2014 13:00 • Editorial Department

Dear Madam, - As someone who suffers from a congenital disability and has spent a lot of my younger years in hospital, it annoys me when I see or hear all the negative press directed at our health service.

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Cheerful care

10 Apr 2014 13:00 • Editorial Department

DEAR MADAM - May I take advantage of your excellent “Letters” column to express my sincere thanks and gratitude for coming through major surgery in March of this year.

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How long before Hollyhill car park closes at night?

10 Apr 2014 13:00 • Editorial Department

Dear Madam, - Amongst other residents of Hollyhill, I was delighted to read reports a few weeks ago that the Council had decided to close Hollyhill car park in Enniskillen overnight.

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Hairdresser Ali’s skills valued by friends getting ready for nights out

10 Apr 2014 09:30 • Julie Kenwell

ENNISKILLEN hairdresser, Ali Magee admits she isn’t much of a cook. The 21-year-old says she is liable to give her family food poisoning thanks to her limited cooking skills!

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Celebrating with family and friends

27 Mar 2014 09:30 • Editorial Department

A picture special from the wedding of Venessa Vance and Darren Johnston who were married at Colaghty Church on August 31st, 2013.

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Celebrating with family and friends

22 Mar 2014 14:00 • Editorial Department

A picture special from the recent civil ceremony of Carina Johnston from Enniskillen and John Cutler from Bellanaleck at the Lough Erne Resort.

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Wearing your art on your sleeve

20 Mar 2014 14:30 • Meadhbh Monahan

It was a bit of a mad notion ... it is painful but it’s bearable,” says Darren Teague, as he gets a half-sleeve tattooed on his upper arm.

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‘Perfect’ first-time Ardhowen performance for Eddi

10 Apr 2014 13:00 • Julie Kenwell

Chart-topper Eddi Reader appears at the Ardhowen Theatre for the first time tomorrow night (Friday) followed by Irish musical prodigy, Michael English in Concert on Saturday.

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Dancing shoes at the ready for Michael English concert

10 Apr 2014 13:00 • Julie Kenwell

COINCIDING with the release of his new single, ‘Friday at the Dance’, Michael English, one of Ireland’s top singers and musicians, appears in concert at the Ardhowen Theatre on Saturday.

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Cookery Demonstration

10 Apr 2014 13:00 • Julie Kenwell

Lough Erne Resort chef Noel McMeel with be hosting a ‘Cookery Demonstration’ at Castle Hume Golf Club on Wednesday April 30 in aid of Parkinson’s Support Fermanagh Branch and Stroke Association Fermanagh Branch.

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Ramblers rock Mahon’s for Easter

10 Apr 2014 13:00 • Julie Kenwell

DONEGAL five-piece band, Rockhill Ramblers will perform at Mahon’s Hotel, Irvinestown on Easter Monday.

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