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24 year old fined after police find ‘trace of cocaine’

4 Aug 2015 15:00Editorial Department

A 24-YEAR-OLD man has been fined £250 after police uncovered a “trace amount” of cocaine during a search of his bedroom. Kyle Graham Ryan, of Kinmore Road, Lisnaskea, was charged with possession of a Class A controlled drug, namely cocaine, on March 6 this year.

Stores' shelves stripped of dairy produce as farmers protest against milk prices

4 Aug 2015 12:31Julie Kenwell

SUPERMARKET shelves at Tesco and Asda in Enniskillen were last night (Monday) stripped of their dairy produce as up to 120 people protested against the current milk prices.

Councillors to consider creating apps for tourists in Irish and Ulster Scots

4 Aug 2015 12:00Julie Kenwell

FERMANAGH and Omagh District councillors will consider a draft Irish language and Ulster Scots policy at their full council meeting in Enniskillen Townhall tonight (Thursday).

Help us to find Fermanagh’s community heroes!

4 Aug 2015 10:00Editorial Department

Do you know someone who makes a difference in your community? Help us celebrate the achievements and contributions of truly remarkable people from Fermanagh who make our world a better place by nominating them for a Fermanagh Community Heroes award.

Violent crime increases in month of August warns police

3 Aug 2015 16:30

POLICE in Fermanagh and Omagh are asking for the public’s help to reduce incidents of violent crime. According to Detective Chief Inspector James Mullen, historically, incidents of violent crime increase during the month of August.

Carter event to raise funds for apartments for cancer patients’ use

3 Aug 2015 15:00Rodney Edwards

COUNTRY star Nathan Carter knows only too well the impact that cancer has on people and their families which is why he wants to do something to help.

WIN TICKETS TO SLEEP UNDER THE STARS AT RSPB'S BIG WILD SLEEPOUT

3 Aug 2015 12:43

Ron steps out in aid of Fold tenant fund

3 Aug 2015 12:00Editorial Department

Pride and passion

3 Aug 2015 10:00Julie Kenwell

Battling Fermanagh go down to the Dubs

2 Aug 2015 18:00

Why our athletes are being spurred on to tri, tri and tri again

2 Aug 2015 15:00Meadhbh Monahan

Alcohol a ‘common thread’ in teen’s offences

2 Aug 2015 12:00Editorial Department

Musicians’ delight at achieving success at the Fleadh

2 Aug 2015 10:00Editorial Department

Let’s take the fight to Dublin

1 Aug 2015 19:00Editorial Department

Going to make up the numbers is not the McGrath way

1 Aug 2015 17:00Editorial Department

Family business is quick to react to changing trends

1 Aug 2015 16:00Meadhbh Monahan

Council may insist gift plaque is bi-lingual

1 Aug 2015 12:00Julie Kenwell

Book first, think later advises festival director

1 Aug 2015 10:00Editorial Department

McGrath makes one change for Dubs clash

31 Jul 2015 22:15

Fermanagh teams finish Milk Cup campaigns with mixed fortunes

31 Jul 2015 17:30

Former officer: plans ‘ill advised’

31 Jul 2015 17:00Rodney Edwards

Maguiresbridge roads to be closed for annual Black parade

31 Jul 2015 15:00

Death of much-loved Dermot means his little girl never got chance to meet her Dad

31 Jul 2015 15:00Rodney Edwards

Tweets of the Week - did you make it?

31 Jul 2015 15:00Editorial Department

25 year old charged in connection with alleged drugs factory

31 Jul 2015 13:00Editorial Department

My son’s attempt to take his own life wasn’t taken seriously. And now he’s dead.

31 Jul 2015 11:30Rodney Edwards

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What's On

Happy Days continue in Beckett town at International Festival

HAPPY DAYS ENNISKILLEN INTERNATIONAL BECKETT FESTIVAL The Berliner Ensemble make their first visit to Ireland, presenting ‘Warten Auf Godot’ (Waiting For Godot) at the Ardhowen this weekend and Adrian Dunbar returns back home as he directs ‘The Waste Land’ by T. S. Eliot. The fourth Annual Happy Days Enniskillen International Beckett Festival continues until next Monday, August 3.

Live lounge celebrates home-grown talent

Rising star comes to the Valley Hotel

Fantastic Four return to the big screen

Happy Days are here again

Sport

Tough going for Fermanagh racers at Armoy

31 Jul 2015 12:00Editorial Department

Enniskillen rider Melissa Kennedy returned to the SGS Armoy Road Races after her accident in 2014.

Paul birdies last to win Tom’s Prize

31 Jul 2015 11:00Editorial Department

Seven handicapper Paul Duffy won the President’s Prize of Tom Sturgeon at Enniskillen Golf on Saturday as the weather relented for the most part thereby allowing the golf to shine.

The latest in equipment technology

31 Jul 2015 10:00Editorial Department

PING has introduced new GMax irons featuring a revolutionary design called COR-Eye Technology that increases flexing across the entire face.

Best ever performances at Foyle Cup

31 Jul 2015 09:00Editorial Department

Ballinamallard demonstrated the strength in depth of the youth teams at the club as they produced one of their best ever performances at the Hughes Insurance Foyle Cup.

Experienced Friars debuts in easy win over Dergview

30 Jul 2015 18:00Editorial Department

Whitey Anderson has dipped into the transfer market to strengthen his defence with just over a week remaining before the start of the league season, with Premier League winner Emmett Friars joining the Mallards until the end of January after agreeing a loan deal from Crusaders.

‘We’ll prepare for Dublin like we do any other team’

30 Jul 2015 17:00Editorial Department

Double gold for Portora rowers representing Ireland

30 Jul 2015 16:00Editorial Department

Opinion - Marty McGrath - Now that Ed has warmed up Croker, let Fermanagh rock on the big stage

30 Jul 2015 15:00Editorial Department

World bronze for Nixon in Bulgaria

30 Jul 2015 14:00Editorial Department

We are Fermanagh and that’s all we need

30 Jul 2015 13:00Mark Conway

Caroline ready as she bids for fourth Ulster title

25 Jul 2015 21:30Editorial Department

Aidy believes stronger bench will see them through

25 Jul 2015 21:00Editorial Department

Top level performances from Fermanagh swimmers at national championships

24 Jul 2015 18:00Editorial Department

Dominant Gaels land first minor title in 17 years

24 Jul 2015 12:00Editorial Department

‘Lesson learned’ as Josh crashes out with chequered flag in sight

23 Jul 2015 19:00Editorial Department

O’Rourke delighted to lead Farney to second Ulster title in three years

23 Jul 2015 17:00Editorial Department

Mixed bag does not worry Whitey as he builds for big kick-off

23 Jul 2015 15:00Editorial Department

Mallards teams well placed after two days of Foyle Cup

23 Jul 2015 13:00Editorial Department

Seaman, Nixon and Millar selected for World U23s

19 Jul 2015 16:00Editorial Department

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.”

Top Four Things to Consider When Creating Your First Canvas Print

7 Jul 2015 11:37Roy Beers

Taking a fantastic photograph is one thing, but bringing it to life is a whole different ball game altogether. With professional canvas printing, you’re now able to add a whole new dimension to your picture with ease. Keep these five top tips in mind when creating your canvas if you want to ensure that the end result comes out as brilliantly as the photo itself.

Road safety continues to be a vital issue in the Fermanagh area

30 Jul 2015 13:00Editorial Department

Why is MP not recorded as voting on welfare bill?

30 Jul 2015 13:00Editorial Department

Victim definition inappropriate

30 Jul 2015 13:00Editorial Department

Rules will force small farmers out of system

30 Jul 2015 13:00Editorial Department

Drivers should be mindful of animal life

30 Jul 2015 13:00Editorial Department

Counselling services symptomatic of our times

23 Jul 2015 13:00Editorial Department

Can we afford to step back in time?

23 Jul 2015 13:00Editorial Department

Referendum needed on who is a victim

23 Jul 2015 13:00Editorial Department

We still need to catch up on cancer treatment

23 Jul 2015 13:00Editorial Department

Functionalities of vehicle tracking systems

22 Jul 2015 09:30Gary Farmer

What's On

Happy Days continue in Beckett town at International Festival

30 Jul 2015 13:00Julie Kenwell

HAPPY DAYS ENNISKILLEN INTERNATIONAL BECKETT FESTIVAL The Berliner Ensemble make their first visit to Ireland, presenting ‘Warten Auf Godot’ (Waiting For Godot) at the Ardhowen this weekend and Adrian Dunbar returns back home as he directs ‘The Waste Land’ by T. S. Eliot. The fourth Annual Happy Days Enniskillen International Beckett Festival continues until next Monday, August 3.

Live lounge celebrates home-grown talent

30 Jul 2015 13:00Julie Kenwell

BLAKES of the Hollow plays host to a Summer Live Lounge tomorrow night (Friday) in aid of the Aisling Centre in Enniskillen.

Rising star comes to the Valley Hotel

30 Jul 2015 13:00Julie Kenwell

DEREK Ryan performs at the Valley Hotel, Fivemiletown on Saturday night.

Fantastic Four return to the big screen

30 Jul 2015 13:00Julie Kenwell

Paper Towns, starring model, Cara Delevingne comes to Enniskillen IMC Cinema this week.

Happy Days are here again

23 Jul 2015 13:00Julie Kenwell

HAPPY DAYS ENNISKILLEN INTERNATIONAL BECKETT FESTIVAL The fourth annual Happy Days Enniskillen International Beckett Festival begins today (Thursday) and runs until Monday, August 3.

Mark owes West End musical success to school bullies

23 Jul 2015 13:00Julie Kenwell

Liverpool performers in the ‘Company of Friends’

23 Jul 2015 13:00Julie Kenwell

Flavin at the Valley

23 Jul 2015 13:00Julie Kenwell

Live Lounge to celebrate Fermanagh musical talent

16 Jul 2015 15:00Julie Kenwell

Dunbar returns home for Beckett Festival

16 Jul 2015 13:00Julie Kenwell

Cleenish hosts mock wedding for community fundraising

16 Jul 2015 13:00Julie Kenwell

Paul ready for first dance at Rossinver Community Centre

16 Jul 2015 13:00Julie Kenwell

‘Hit the diff’ with Remo at the Valley

9 Jul 2015 13:00Julie Kenwell

Sibling rivalry in ‘Thy Will Be Done’

9 Jul 2015 13:00Julie Kenwell

A case of mistaken identity in ‘50 Shades of Acre’

9 Jul 2015 13:00Julie Kenwell

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