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27 Nov 2014 06:11

Breaking: In today's Impartial Reporter

The Impartial Reporter reveals what else was said at that Sinn Fein meeting on Monday night in Enniskillen.


26 Nov 2014 18:59

£1 million worth of cocaine destined for Fermanagh seized by Dutch authorities

DUTCH authorities have seized £1 million worth of cocaine at a port in Holland which was destined for the Fermanagh area.


26 Nov 2014 18:05

Bail refused for restaurant worker caught with £43,000 worth of cannabis

A 45-year-old restaurant worker stopped near Lisnaskea with £43,000 worth of cannabis and £15,000 worth of drug growing equipment has been refused bail.


26 Nov 2014 15:30

Budget cuts no excuse for poor policing says District Commander

Budget cuts will be no excuse for poor police and officers will still be there in an emergency or when there is a risk to life, the local District Commander of the PSNI has said.


26 Nov 2014 15:15

Police appeal for witnesses over fatal road traffic collision

Police investigating the fatal road traffic collision (RTC) on the Main A4 between Lisbellaw and Tamlaght on Saturday, November 15 have made another appeal for witnesses.


26 Nov 2014 13:15

Police sergeant accused of shoplifting returned for trial

A 47-year-old police sergeant allegedly caught shoplifting twice in five days last Christmas has appeared before a Preliminary Enquiry at Fermanagh Court.


26 Nov 2014 11:20

Western Trust staff participate in cross border Patient Safety Programme

EIGHT staff members from the Western Trust are participating in a unique training programme which brings together senior managers and clinicians from hospitals and services on both sides of the border.


26 Nov 2014 09:30

'The Devil' was drunk and disorderly at Subway

A man describing himself as The Devil caused people to retreat to the sanctuary of a storeroom when he entered a fast food outlet looking for something to eat.


25 Nov 2014 19:00 • Editorial Department

Book launch sure to provide a trip down memory lane

St. Michael’s Enniskillen will be hosting a launch evening for the ‘The MacRory Cup - The Story of Ulster Colleges Senior Football’ in the assembly hall next Thursday night at 7pm.

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25 Nov 2014 17:00

Parents being urged to remind children to wear seatbelt at all times

A letter from the Western Education and Library Board (WELB) has been issued to all schools and colleges urging Principals, parents/guardians and pupils to continue to work in partnership to promote the safety of pupils travelling to and from schools/colleges during the winter months, and especially as we approach the Christmas Season.


25 Nov 2014 15:00

One drink put driver over the limit

Just one drink put Cathal McQuaide over the legal alcohol limit to drive, Fermanagh Court has been told.


25 Nov 2014 14:35 • Rodney Edwards

Gerry Adams in Enniskillen: the full transcript and audio

Here is the full transcript of one of the questions that Gerry Adams was asked at last night's Sinn Fein meeting in Enniskillen followed by his response.


25 Nov 2014 13:01

Candlelight ceremony to remember loved ones lost in suicide

The Fermanagh Bereaved by Suicide Group 'Forget me not' are holding their annual ‘Memory Tree of Lights’ ceremony in the coming days.


25 Nov 2014 11:30

First robotic solar powered technology in Europe installed

The first new generation solar PV system using a tracking device in Europe has been installed at the Centre for Renewable Energy and Sustainable Technology at South West College in Enniskillen.


25 Nov 2014 09:00

Kennedy outlines progress on £4.4 million investment for Fermanagh

REGIONAL Development Minister Danny Kennedy has set out TransportNI’s progress on investment totalling £4.4million for road schemes in Fermanagh this year.


24 Nov 2014 22:27 • Rodney Edwards

Gerry Adams on "bigotry" in unionism: 'the point is to break these b****rds'

SINN Fein President Gerry Adams has spoken out against what he described as “bigotry” that he believes exists in some sections of unionism, saying “the point is to break these ba***rds”.

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24 Nov 2014 16:02

Adams to host public meeting in Enniskillen

SINN Fein President Gerry Adams will host a public meeting in Enniskillen this evening (Monday).


24 Nov 2014 15:00 • Editorial Department

Opinion - Marty McGrath - Hide not your talents, they for use were made, what’s a sundial in the shade?

In the 19th century, police caught a man in the act of counterfeiting a twenty dollar bill in his attic. He counterfeited his twenty dollar bills, not through printing by machine but by painting it with a brush. The man was so talented in the art of painting that he could paint a bill so real that it was indistinguishable from the real currency.

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24 Nov 2014 13:30

NIE use helicopter patrols to ensure lights stay on this winter

Specialist engineers are taking to the skies over Fermanagh in an attempt to ensure the lights stay on this winter.


24 Nov 2014 12:01 • Meadhbh Monahan

Growing Fermanagh Enterprise stretches out

Fermanagh’s “latent entrepreneurial attitude and flair” was celebrated last Thursday at the official opening of Fermanagh Enterprise’s latest site.

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