News Roundup

Foster says first minister in her thoughts after falling ill

25/05/2015 15:57:09

STORMONT Minister Arlene Foster has said she is thinking of First Minister Peter Robinson after he was admitted to hospital this morning.

It’s understood the leader of the Democratic Unionist Party may have suffered a suspected heart attack.

Mr. Robinson, 66, was rushed to the Ulster Hospital…

Trust Director meets with Creamery House residents

25/05/2015 15:00:12

WESTERN Trust officials will continue to meet with Creamery House residents and their families today (Thursday) over their proposal to close the home within a matter of months. The Director of Older …

North West hero Lee enjoys being back at old school

25/05/2015 11:00:00

Only days after enjoying a superb and successful weekend at the North West 200, motorbike racer Lee Johnston was back in the firing line when he returned to his old school in Maguiresbridge to answer…

Collegiate community ‘looking forward’ to full judicial review of decision to merge schools

25/05/2015 07:30:00

THE school community of Collegiate Grammar say they are “looking forward” to a full judicial review hearing this October into plans to amalgamate it …

Global company clicks on to Michael’s new sales app

24/05/2015 18:30:01

An app designed by Lisnaskea Business with Computing student Michael Mulligan will be used by global biotechnology firm Randox when they meet potenti…

Calving cow had driver in a rush

24/05/2015 14:30:15

A young farmer of “impeccable character” who admitted driving at 94 miles per hour said he was rushing home to a cow that was calving.

Painter mum hides message in art inspired by her son

Death of former Commandant of Police Training Centre

Council asked to take on new food festival as private sector unable to host event

Three drink drive detections in one day

Council to pull plug on website ‘as soon as is practicable’

All they want is ‘a forever mummy’

26 year old charged with committing indecent assault over ten years ago

Tweets of the week - did you make it?

New sports forum will decide future of former councils’ sports awards

56 alleged sexual offences cases before Fermanagh and Tyrone courts

Opinion

Making a contribution to the future by returning to a painful past

21/05/2015 12:56:57

At the heart of the historic visit to Ireland this week by Prince Charles is a message about hope and reconciliation that has been articulated in a q…

Hope emerges from a time of devastation

15/05/2015 16:36:39

The words and actions of the grieving parents of young Oisín McGrath are truly humbling.

They are an inspiring couple, whose generousity of spirit …

A tale of two schools

15/05/2015 16:36:39

There is one thing that is certain -- our educational landscape is changing.

But it is clear from looking at the histories of the schools that are …

Humanitarian response from our local charities

What does the Jim Wells controversy say about society?

A lack of compassion is the start of inhumanity

When elderly people feel like just a number

Ouch...that hurts! Breakfast omelette muffins

Super, smashing, great; rates and pool prices hit the Bullseye

Flat out on the circuit of jobs, weddings and sibling support

Exams - that time of year again!

The troll has come out of the fairy tale and into our lives

A new era in local government

GAA

Corrigan and Teague return to squad ahead of key Leitrim clash

22/05/2015 18:00:03

Fermanagh hurlers will be aiming to make it three-in-a-row this Saturday evening when they welcome Leitrim to Brewster Park. If Fermanagh could manage a win they would book their place in the Lory Meagher Cup final in Croke Park. If they don’t, it’ll all be dependant on their last game which is awa…

‘It’s a fresh start’ stresses Little as he takes on Ladies job

21/05/2015 18:00:28

Fermanagh Ladies County Board have appointed Aidy Little as their new manager until the end of the season, with the possibility of extending his tenu…

Controversial goal was the turning point says Courtney

21/05/2015 15:15:17

On their first ever visit to Roslea, only one goal separated the newly promoted Maguiresbridge side and county champions Roslea Shamrocks, in a hard …

Henry relieved with point after Emmetts comeback

21/05/2015 14:30:08

Lisnaskea battled back from a seven point half time deficit to earn a deserved draw against Ederney at Emmett Park on Saturday evening.

Feisty derby encounter ends in a draw

21/05/2015 14:00:08

Belcoo came back from seven points down to earn a share of the spoils in a fiesty and hard hitting derby encounter against Derrygonnelly on Saturday …

Newtown make it five wins in a row

21/05/2015 13:24:42

Played in very windy conditions, Newtown collected their fifth straight win on Saturday evening. The signs looked ominous for Brookeboro early on as …

‘It was emotional and we wanted to win for Shane’, says McCusker

19/05/2015 10:06:13

Opinion - Marty McGrath: Donegal for Ulster, Dubs for Sam

Fixtures row not just a Fermanagh problem

Duffy targets win over Leitrim to secure final spot

McCullagh delighted to get first point on the board

‘There is a lot more to be done’ - Gallagher

Second half goals fire Erne Gaels to the win

Fermanagh get campaign off to a winning start

Fermanagh GAA Committee says it was 'forced' to cancel weekend fixtures

Fermanagh host Sligo in a “Match for Oisín”

Going out

‘CULCHIE’ KIELTY FITS RIGHT IN WITH LA LOCALS

21/05/2015 12:00:39

HE may be married to the beautiful Cat Deeley and have homes in London, LA and Dundrum, but Paddy Kielty insists he sti…

Centenary celebration for world-class musician

Return to the Valley for Brady

Sacred and secular unite with Donaghadee Male Choir

Features

#fermanaghspake This Week is... (11)

18/05/2015 07:51:44

‘The sheet was stickin’ to me’

Meaning: When the warm weather

plays havoc with one’s sleep.

Example: Bob to C…

Looking Back: Classic is just champion!

Looking Back: Mullanaskea Pupils pictured in the mid fifties

#fermanaghspake This Week is... (9)

Business

Superfast broadband for business on Council agenda

18/05/2015 08:06:15

Fermanagh SMEs and social enterprises could soon get connected to superfast broadband, The Impartial Reporter can revea…

Enniskillen man’s company bringing TV and film together with new digital world

Dowlers celebrating 80 years with china exhibition

Lisnaskea store wins national retailer title

Letters

Furry friends fundraiser

21/05/2015 12:55:18

Dear Madam, - On behalf of Bright Eyes Animal Sanctuary, I would like to thank all those who took part in my recent onl…

Duty to preach what Bible says on homosexuality

Public Health England shale gas report already out of date

Lessons were learned from 2010

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