Published 21 May 2013 16:30
A 28-year-old labourer who was spotted by police getting out of his car, placing a can of Tennents on the roof and urinating, has been disqualified from driving for three years.
Tonight's G8 public information session will take place in Derrygonnelly Community Centre at 7pm.
Army technical officers are currently dealing with a suspicious device in the area of Stragowna crossroads, Kinawley and a number of homes have been evacuated.
THE Impartial Reporter is hosting an exclusive Twitter Q&A tomorrow (May 22) from 1pm with the Fermanagh G8 Delivery Group.
- UPDATE: Second security alert in two days
- Holy Trinity teacher Bronagh named Primary School Teacher of the Year for Northern Ireland
- Mother of three on brink of driving ban
- Fire Service warning after fatal Enniskillen fire
- Fermanagh fishermen asked to help
- 'Good Samaritan' who drove when over the limit does not escape driving ban
- 'Bad piece of driving' leads to fine and penalty points
- Synod paves way for pulpit swaps
- Fermanagh game confirmed for Brewster Park day before G8
- Crannog exhibition and leisure events planned
I'm told there is a "Dad's Army Appreciation Society". You know, fans of that old comedy set in the Home Guard at Walmington-on-sea during the Second World War.
The internet is a minefield in which fraud - and with it the prospect of losing large amounts of cash - is an ever-present danger for the unwary.
A packed and eclectic programme of events has been announced for the second Happy Days Enniskillen International Beckett festival, with organisers predicting an estimated economic benefit of £2.5 million.
Fermanagh must avoid defeat against Longford on Saturday if they are to make it through to a second successive Lory Meagher Cup final in Croke Park.