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29 Jul 2015 22:30

A mother who lost her son to suicide earlier this year speaks movingly about her experiences -- how she feels her son's first attempt to take his own life was not taken seriously and how she feels that attitudes towards mental health issues in young people, particularly in males, must be changed.

More agony for Premier Milk Cup side after Malaga plunder two late goals

29 Jul 2015 21:18

Fermanagh Premier 1 Malaga 2 There was more agony for the Fermanagh Milk Cup Premier side as they conceded two late goals to lose 2-1 to La Liga club Malaga on Wednesday evening.

Three hospitals in four weeks, but little Aimee is still smiling

29 Jul 2015 15:00Julie Kenwell

EIGHTEEN-month-old tot, Aimee Neill and her parents are enjoying the familiar surroundings of home this week after a turbulent four weeks spent in the care of staff from three separate hospitals and two health trusts.

‘Moment of madness’ in bar

29 Jul 2015 12:00Editorial Department

A 47-YEAR-OLD woman who admitted threatening customers in an Enniskillen bar has been fined £150.

'Virtual' Marble Arch Caves features on new Minecraft NI map

29 Jul 2015 11:40Editorial Department

VIDEO gamers will now be able to visit virtual versions of places of interest across Northern Ireland – including Fermanagh's own Marble Arch Caves – after the launch of the Minecraft NI map.

Stars in the Marble Arch caves

29 Jul 2015 10:00Editorial Department

The Marble Arch Caves have been awarded a 4-Star Quality Assurance Award by Tourism NI for a second consecutive year.

Glasgow giants Rangers hit Junior team for four in Milk Cup

28 Jul 2015 19:25

Liberty Insurance finalises Enniskillen contact centre deal

28 Jul 2015 15:23Editorial Department

An opportunity for local food producers

28 Jul 2015 15:00Meadhbh Monahan

The importance of business succession planning and insurance

28 Jul 2015 12:00Meadhbh Monahan

Right turn on Sligo Road welcomed but ‘dangerous’ corner stays

28 Jul 2015 10:00Editorial Department

Thistle too strong for Fermanagh in NI Milk Cup

27 Jul 2015 19:18

Juniors fall to heavy opening defeat at Milk Cup

27 Jul 2015 15:30

Shop worker accused of stealing £18,000 from employer

27 Jul 2015 15:00Editorial Department

Horse classes cancelled at Clogher Valley Show

27 Jul 2015 14:30

How a letter to the editor brought a family back together

27 Jul 2015 12:00Brian Donaldson

Father of the bride punched police officer

27 Jul 2015 10:00Editorial Department

We will try to turn nerves into positive energy and wins

26 Jul 2015 18:00Editorial Department

Robbie believes his squad’s experience will stand to them

26 Jul 2015 16:00Editorial Department

First of its kind, Clogher Valley Playgroup marks 40 years

26 Jul 2015 15:00Brian Donaldson

VIDEO: Fermanagh netminder Treacy looks forward to the Croke Park challenge

26 Jul 2015 14:30Mark Conway

Bert hangs up his chain and puts on his gardening gloves

26 Jul 2015 13:00Rodney Edwards

Chemist’s son’s surgical career sees him as figurehead of Ireland’s largest medical school

26 Jul 2015 10:00Editorial Department

Fermanagh boss McGrath says half time words from black carded duo inspired his side

25 Jul 2015 22:20

Fermanagh to meet Dubs in Croker quarter-finaln after nine point win

25 Jul 2015 19:21

Aisling Centre: Client Story - After trauma, to be able to talk was such a relief

25 Jul 2015 17:00Julie Kenwell

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

Happy Days are here again

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

Liverpool performers in the ‘Company of Friends’

Flavin at the Valley

Live Lounge to celebrate Fermanagh musical talent

Sport

Caroline ready as she bids for fourth Ulster title

25 Jul 2015 21:30Editorial Department

Caroline Little will be hoping to add a fourth Ulster championship medal to her collection, on Sunday afternoon. The 30 year-old from Lisnaskea Emmetts has been playing county football since she was 14 years old. Now, under her own brother Aidy’s management, she will look to add to her success of the past.

Aidy believes stronger bench will see them through

25 Jul 2015 21:00Editorial Department

Manager, Aidy Little believes Fermanagh ladies are a stronger side, than they were this time last year when they surrendered their Ulster title crown to a Down team, who went on to win the All-Ireland.

Top level performances from Fermanagh swimmers at national championships

24 Jul 2015 18:00Editorial Department

Fermanagh was well represented at the Irish Age Group and Summer Open Championships at the National Aquatic Centre, Dublin last week as they pitted their skills against nearly 900 swimmers from not only Ireland but diverse locations such as Canada, Germany, Oman, Poland, Qatar, UAE and UK.

Dominant Gaels land first minor title in 17 years

24 Jul 2015 12:00Editorial Department

IN the end the scoreline tells its own tale. Enniskillen Gaels deservedly collected their first minor championship title in 17 years.

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

23 Jul 2015 19:00Editorial Department

Ballinamallard racer Josh Elliott was acentuating the positives amid the disappointment of crashing out two laps from home while contesting the lead against championship rival Alastair Seeley.

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

Fermanagh duo go head to head for Ulster crown

18 Jul 2015 19:00Editorial Department

‘Our objective is to put the Fermanagh jersey in a better place’ - Daly

17 Jul 2015 13:00Editorial Department

‘Gary Bownes game means a lot to the club’ says Anderson

17 Jul 2015 11:00Editorial Department

Practice makes perfect for Tomás as Fermanagh set up last 12 meeting with Westmeath

17 Jul 2015 10:00Gareth Cauldwell

‘This is the draw both sides would have wanted’ admits midfielder O’Callaghan

16 Jul 2015 19:00Editorial Department

Stenson to lift Claret Jug

16 Jul 2015 17:00

Juniors produce best 45 minutes to date to seal impressive win

16 Jul 2015 16:30Editorial Department

Mixed bag of results for Premier side

16 Jul 2015 16:00Editorial Department

Johnston targets wins at Dundrod

16 Jul 2015 15:30Editorial Department

Portora strengthen position as top junior club in Ireland with eight titles

16 Jul 2015 15:00Editorial 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.

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

Top five things to take on holiday to Europe

20 Jul 2015 16:57Hugh Miller

A weekend that was a real boost to our economy

16 Jul 2015 13:00Editorial Department

Renewable energy needs to be suited to each area

16 Jul 2015 13:00Editorial Department

Education Minister’s U-turn on playgroup funding welcomed

16 Jul 2015 13:00Editorial Department

Public should demand nothing less than the best from care facilities

16 Jul 2015 13:00Editorial Department

What's On

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

A FORMER Fivemiletown College student who has secured a top spot in a West End musical says he owes it all to his classmate bullies.

Liverpool performers in the ‘Company of Friends’

23 Jul 2015 13:00Julie Kenwell

A theatre company for adults with learning disabilities, based in Liverpool, will journey to Enniskillen next weekend as part of the Beckett Fringe Festival.

Flavin at the Valley

23 Jul 2015 13:00Julie Kenwell

MICK Flavin and his band are delighted to be returning to The Valley Hotel, Fivemiletown on Saturday, July 25.

Live Lounge to celebrate Fermanagh musical talent

16 Jul 2015 15:00Julie Kenwell

BLAKES of the Hollow will play host to a Summer Live Lounge on July 31 to raise money for the Aisling Centre in Enniskillen. The one-off music event will celebrate some of the best musical talent Fermanagh has to offer while marking 25 years of the Asling Centre’s professinal counselling service found on Darling Street.

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

Uncle Hugo joins Lady of the Lake festivities

9 Jul 2015 13:00Julie Kenwell

Polished performer Lewis comes to Ardhowen

18 Jun 2015 13:00

Rock the Clock at Mahon’s

18 Jun 2015 13:00Julie Kenwell

Wedding bells ring out for Borderline Players

18 Jun 2015 13:00Julie Kenwell

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