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Trust must reduce spending by £3m a month

THE Western Trust will have to reduce its expenditure by £2.7 million each month from now until the end of March 2015 to reach its projected year end deficit of £6.9 million.

20 Dec 2014 11:48

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Kieran McAree: Day four of search for missing 23-year-old

20 Dec 2014 10:44 • Rodney Edwards

Police and other agencies looking for missing Kieran McAree are focusing day four of their efforts on searching the shoreline of Lough Erne.

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Home owner angry that new ‘pointer’ address does not appear in phone book

20 Dec 2014 08:55

A LISBELLAW home owner says she was irate to learn her new postal address has not been updated in the latest edition of the Fermanagh Lakeland Community Directory.

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‘Over the moon’ Tilly’s enjoys Lapland trip of a lifetime

19 Dec 2014 19:04

An early Christmas present was enjoyed yesterday, Wednesday, by inspirational Fermanagh schoolgirl Tilly Walker who travelled to Lapland, where she had a dream meeting with Santa Claus.

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Foster lodges petition over Portora Collegiate decision

19 Dec 2014 16:22

A PETITION has been lodged with the Speaker of the Northern Ireland Assembly to refer the decision to close Portora Royal and the Collegiate Grammar Schools back to the Stormont Executive.

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Search for missing man in Enniskillen enters third day

19 Dec 2014 12:32 • Rodney Edwards

The search operation for a man missing in Enniskillen has entered its third day.

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Feeding the world or feeding superstar egos?

Is it really 30 years since the original Band Aid single raised millions for the starving people of Eithiopia? December 1984, when on nights out a sing song started, and people with a few drinks would belt out “Feed the World” with a hand mysteriously clasped over your ear as if you were in a recording studio!

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Will we ever get answers as to what happened at Enniskillen?

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Celebrating with family and friends

The secret wedding of Louise and Jotham took place at Armathwaite Hall, Lake District, on July 23 this year, which was a special day for them as they were 10 years together.

Celebrating with family and friends

Celebrating with family and friends

Celebrating with family and friends

Celebrating with family and friends

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Valley’s final bid comes up short

18 Dec 2014 15:30

Clogher Valley’s All Ireland Junior Cup hopes were ended at the semi-final stage on Saturday as Bangor claimed a 9-6 victory at Upritchard Park. Last season’s beaten finalists had travelled to Bangor with the aim of reaching the decider but it was not to be on the day.

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Ormsby strikes twice as Wanderers strengthen promotion bid

18 Dec 2014 14:15

Irvinestown Wanderers strengthened their hand in the promotion race in Division Two with a 2-1 win over Enniskillen Athletic at the Bawnacre on Saturday.

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Late goal denies Curran a winning start

18 Dec 2014 14:00

New Lisnaskea Rovers manager Kevin Curran came within seconds of starting his spell in charge with a victory, but a last gasp Dergview equaliser meant he had to settle for a share of the points.

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St. Joseph’s surge to U14 crown

18 Dec 2014 13:50

St. Joseph’s Enniskillen captured the Under-14 schools title on Tuesday morning at a cold and wind swept Brookeboro venue.

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‘We’re heading in the right direction’ - Judge

18 Dec 2014 13:45

Enniskillen Town fought back from two goals down to take all three points against Kesh. It looked like an upset was on the cards when the home side raced into a two goal lead, but Town responded well to the early setbacks and both managers agreed they were worthy winners.

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St. Comhghall’s claim the U16 title by the narrowest of margins

18 Dec 2014 13:30

St. Comhghall’s Lisnaskea were to be crowned Fermanagh U16 schools champions yesterday in Derrylin in a rip roaring and lively game of football, the Lisnaskea outfit holding off a second half fightback by St. Joseph’s to claim the title by a single point.

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Surely emergency shelter must be given to the homeless

11 Dec 2014 14:00 • Editorial Department

Approaching Christmas we immediately think of all those vulnerable people who might not have the opportunity to celebrate this season of goodwill.

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Why UUP was excluded from ‘pact’

11 Dec 2014 14:00 • Editorial Department

Dear Madam, - Last month Martin McGuinness called for an imaginative approach to maximise representation of progressive Pro Agreement parties at next year’s Westminster elections.

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Decision is educational vandalism

11 Dec 2014 14:00 • Editorial Department

DEAR MADAM - I was deeply dismayed to hear of the decision to close Enniskillen Collegiate School for girls and Portora Royal School for boys.

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Look out for elderly neighbours

11 Dec 2014 14:00 • Editorial Department

Dear Madam, - As wintry weather grips Northern Ireland with a significant drop in temperatures, can I again urge everyone to look out for elderly neighbours who find this particular time of year particularly challenging in terms of keeping warm and heating costs.

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Celebrating with family and friends

4 Dec 2014 09:30 • Editorial Department

The secret wedding of Louise and Jotham took place at Armathwaite Hall, Lake District, on July 23 this year, which was a special day for them as they were 10 years together.

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Celebrating with family and friends

20 Nov 2014 13:00 • Editorial Department

A picture special from the wedding of Rachel Parr, Minterburn, Caledon and Gordon Elliott, Derrygonnelly, which took place on Thursday, September 4, 2014 at Minterburn Presbyterian Church and Corick House Hotel, Clogher.

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Celebrating with family and friends

18 Sep 2014 13:00 • Editorial Department

The wedding took place earlier this year of Chris Niedzwiecki, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Niedzwiecki, Liverpool and Sarah Livingstone, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Livingstone, Enniskillen.

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31 Jul 2014 09:30 • Editorial Department

A picture special from the wedding of Rachael Cunningham, from Florencecourt and Rob Cockayne, from Nottingham.

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Flash Harry brings a Queen Kind of Magic to Ardhowen

11 Dec 2014 13:00 • Julie Kenwell

THIS week at Ardhowen Theatre, Enniskillen Light Operatic Society continues their sell-out run of ‘Grease’ with the final show on Saturday.

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Thomas and Fhiona launch new DVD

11 Dec 2014 13:00 • Julie Kenwell

AWARD winning country music duetting partners, Thomas Maguire and Fhiona Ennis have released a new DVD: ‘In Concert At The Ardhowen Theatre’.

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Nathan Carter has Christmas all wrapped up

11 Dec 2014 13:00 • Julie Kenwell

NATHAN Carter has Christmas all wrapped up.

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Over 200 art pieces to be unveiled at 1 FT SQ

11 Dec 2014 13:00 • Julie Kenwell

IT’S been dubbed the visual arts event of the year and one not to be missed in Fermanagh.

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