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2 Sep 2015 22:30

Read how recently revealed figures show the extent of local users of 'infidelity' website Ashley Madison.

Stolen bike used by thief

2 Sep 2015 19:00Editorial Department

A 34-YEAR-OLD man committed a litany of theft and motoring offences over a nine-month period as his life “spiralled out of control”, Fermanagh Magistrates Court has heard.

Cultural celebration through summer drama school

2 Sep 2015 16:00Editorial Department

Last week Lisnaskea-based South East Fermanagh Foundation joined forces with Brookeborough Primary School to deliver a week of cultural celebration through the holding of an Ulster Scots-themed drama summer school.

‘Stupid and foolish’ teenager made two hoax 999 calls

2 Sep 2015 08:30Editorial Department

A TEENAGER who made hoax 999 calls from two phoneboxes in Lisnaskea in the early hours of the morning last summer can provide no explanation for his “stupid and foolish” behaviour, Fermanagh Magistrates Court has heard.

Castle Coole set to have starring role as Miss Julie hits UK big screens

1 Sep 2015 19:00Editorial Department

CASTLE Coole is set to take a starring role on the big screen as ‘Miss Julie’ hits movie houses across the UK from next Friday (September 4).

Tall Ships: a unique adventure of a lifetime for Shireen

1 Sep 2015 16:00Meadhbh Monahan

A “thrilling” experience was had by Brookeborough woman Shireen Greene who took part in the 2015 Tall Ships Races. Sailing from Belfast to Ålesund, Norway on board the Gulden Leeuw (translated into Golden Lion), Shireen was one of 40 trainees who came from Germany, Netherlands, Canada, Spain, Egypt, England and across Ireland.

Protection of our natural environments could be at risk

1 Sep 2015 12:00Brian Donaldson

Bought stolen goods from ‘unknown male’ in van at side of road

1 Sep 2015 09:00Editorial Department

Recent murders delay progress in terrorism charges case

31 Aug 2015 19:30Editorial Department

Drunk man subjected his wife to violent assault

31 Aug 2015 18:30Editorial Department

Fermanagh born doctor tells all in memoir of remarkable life story

31 Aug 2015 12:00Editorial Department

25 year old returned for trial on A&E assault charges

31 Aug 2015 09:00Editorial Department

New Hope Centre sale could provide community group with financial assistance

30 Aug 2015 19:00Editorial Department

Joint venture will mean better rural 3G and 4G access

30 Aug 2015 16:00Editorial Department

A successful diversification keeps family business on line

30 Aug 2015 12:00Meadhbh Monahan

VIDEO: Stormont 'in crisis' says Elliott as UUP quit Executive

30 Aug 2015 09:30Rodney Edwards

Poor broadband leaves Skea businesses in ‘olden times’

30 Aug 2015 09:00Meadhbh Monahan

Car dealer failed to reveal Audi was an insurance write-off

29 Aug 2015 18:00Editorial Department

Kenyan priest and friend inspires Tony to run another marathon

29 Aug 2015 15:00Editorial Department

Pub designs special menu for customers with learning difficulties

29 Aug 2015 12:00Rodney Edwards

Last post for Joan who put her own stamp on job for 16 years

29 Aug 2015 09:00Lily Dane

Top sports stars back call for Centre for Sporting Excellence

28 Aug 2015 19:00Meadhbh Monahan

Major three phase scheme to improve traffic in Enniskillen

28 Aug 2015 15:00Rodney Edwards

Tweets of the Week - did you make it?

28 Aug 2015 15:00Editorial Department

Domestic Abuse Unit is the latest police resource to be moved out of Fermanagh

28 Aug 2015 12:00Rodney Edwards

Quinn firm pleads guilty to two charges over death of Fermanagh footballer Brian Óg Maguire in industrial accident

28 Aug 2015 11:54

Impartial TV

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

The harsh reality is that too many people don’t care

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

What does the Jim Wells controversy say about society?

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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Looking Back: Lisbellaw Mill to Close

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What's On

Music that unifies with the Bootlegs Band

ROCK ‘n’ roll blues group, The Bootlegs Band, will kick off their Ireland and UK tour with a performance at Mahon’s Hotel, Irvinestown, on September 8.

Rock the Lough returns for 15th year

Valley date for Lee Matthews

Murderous plots and intrigue in ‘The Murder Room’

Howls in the night with ‘Wanted: One Body!’

Sport

Roslea see off Derrylin to progress to semi

30 Aug 2015 16:30

Roslea sealed their place in the semi-final of the Senior Football Championship with victory over Derrylin at Brewster Park today.

Ederney fight back to earn a replay

30 Aug 2015 15:44

Derrygonnelly and Ederney will have it all to do again after their quarter-final encounter finished level at Brewster Park today. It required a late rally from Ederney to snatch a draw, Mark Henry's side rattling over the final three points of the game including a Liam Maguire effort in added on time.

‘If we bring our A game we won’t fear anyone’, states 'Bridge manager Courtney ahead of Belcoo clash

30 Aug 2015 12:00

In an all division one clash Belcoo meet Maguiresbridge in the Intermediate Championship this Sunday evening. The game gets underway at 5.30pm at Derrylin with Belcoo up until a few weeks ago regarded by many as the favourites to lift the intermediate crown.

Teemore boss Donnelly expecting tight battle against Lisnaskea as traditional powerhouses clash

30 Aug 2015 10:30

Two teams with a massive senior championship tradition will clash this Sunday in Derrylin at 7.00pm.

'We know we are massive undedogs' admits Derrylin manager Cadden

30 Aug 2015 10:30

Of the four senior football championship quarter finals this is the game that people are calling with most certainty. Roslea, four times champions in five season take on Derrylin, sitting mid table in division two and in the senior championship after winning last year’s intermediate championship.

‘This is a 50 -50 game’ insists Harp s boss Greene

30 Aug 2015 09:08

Devenish and Erne Gaels book semi-final spots

29 Aug 2015 21:30

League form counts for nothing in championship says Erne Gaels boss McLaughlin.

29 Aug 2015 11:01

‘It’s all about who performs on the day’, says O’Brien as Devenish take on St. Pats

29 Aug 2015 10:02

Ten man Mallards suffer late heartbreak at the Showgrounds

28 Aug 2015 21:54

Kinawley book place in semi-final

28 Aug 2015 21:16

Developing players but staying successful the target for Clogher say coach Black

28 Aug 2015 17:03

Promotion a realistic target says Skins coach Richmond

28 Aug 2015 14:00

In form Irvinestown aiming to reverse championship record against Newtown

28 Aug 2015 11:03

Close contest expected as Gaels take on Brian Borus

28 Aug 2015 10:01

Mallard boss Anderson targets a result against Coleraine

28 Aug 2015 09:06

Ballinamallard midfielder McCabe wants to take improvement into Coleraine game

27 Aug 2015 20:05

Who will win the battle for the Junior Championship?

27 Aug 2015 19:00

Ballinamallard racer Elliott moves further clear in championship with fourth win of the season

27 Aug 2015 19:00

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.”

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.

Our sporting stars need proper facilities

27 Aug 2015 13:00Editorial Department

Stuart Brooker’s remarks on gay Orangemen were ‘galling and offensive’

27 Aug 2015 13:00Editorial Department

Australian newspaper link with The Impartial Reporter

27 Aug 2015 13:00Editorial Department

‘People power’ will save our small shops

27 Aug 2015 13:00Editorial Department

Social Media Religious Education

27 Aug 2015 13:00Editorial Department

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

What's On

Music that unifies with the Bootlegs Band

27 Aug 2015 13:00

ROCK ‘n’ roll blues group, The Bootlegs Band, will kick off their Ireland and UK tour with a performance at Mahon’s Hotel, Irvinestown, on September 8.

Rock the Lough returns for 15th year

27 Aug 2015 13:00

ROCK the Lough returns on Sunday for its fifteenth year.

Valley date for Lee Matthews

27 Aug 2015 13:00

LEE Matthews will take to the stage at the Valley Hotel, Fivemiletown this Saturday night.

Murderous plots and intrigue in ‘The Murder Room’

27 Aug 2015 13:00

THE Ardhowen has murderous plots and intrigue on the cards in ‘The Murder Room’ presented by Holywood Players tonight (Thursday) and tomorrow and Seán Keane returns for an amazing evening of traditional and folk music along with plenty of craic on Saturday night.

Howls in the night with ‘Wanted: One Body!’

13 Aug 2015 13:00Julie Kenwell

THIS week at The Ardhowen South Bank Playhouse present a classic who-dunnit in ‘Wanted: One Body!’, running from tonight (Thursday) until Saturday.

Enniskillen songstress releases new album

13 Aug 2015 13:00Julie Kenwell

The Voice winner judges local talent at ‘Battle of the Buskers’

13 Aug 2015 13:00Julie Kenwell

Happy Days continue in Beckett town at International Festival

30 Jul 2015 13:00Julie Kenwell

Live lounge celebrates home-grown talent

30 Jul 2015 13:00Julie Kenwell

Rising star comes to the Valley Hotel

30 Jul 2015 13:00Julie Kenwell

Fantastic Four return to the big screen

30 Jul 2015 13:00Julie Kenwell

Happy Days are here again

23 Jul 2015 13:00Julie Kenwell

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

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