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22 Oct 2014 22:30

In tomorrow's Impartial Reporter

We ask what future is there for SWAH as the reality of the £30m cuts needed in the Western Trust area are decided in the coming days?


22 Oct 2014 16:34

Date set for night-time closure of Hollyhill car park

Hollyhill car park in Enniskillen is to close between the hours of 7pm and 7am from Monday, October 27.


22 Oct 2014 12:27 • Meadhbh Monahan

Enniskillen set for 49 jobs in new contents insurance company

ENNISKILLEN man Matthew Martin has established a new contact centre in Enniskillen. Currently employing 11 staff, he hopes to emply 49 people over the next three years.


22 Oct 2014 09:58

Trust launches potentially lifesaving oxygen alert bracelets

THE Western Trust in partnership with the Northern Ireland Ambulance Service (NIAS) has introduced potentially lifesaving oxygen alert medical bracelets to be worn by patients with known Type 2 Respiratory failure.


21 Oct 2014 17:30

Area Commander issues safety advice for Halloween celebrations

FERMANAGH'S new PSNI Area Commander is appealing for parents, youths and community leaders to assist in making this year's Halloween celebrations safe and fun.


21 Oct 2014 13:00

'Outstanding' work experience at SWAH say medical students

The Western Health and Social Care Trust (Western Trust) in partnership with Queen’s University Belfast and the Royal College of Surgeons Ireland, recently announced cross border collaboration and excellence in medical education at the South West Acute Hospital, Enniskillen.


21 Oct 2014 11:00

Collegiate included in minor works investment project

COLLEGIATE Grammar School is one of five Fermanagh schools set to benefit from a Department of Education investment worth over £1.1 million.


20 Oct 2014 21:35 • Rodney Edwards

Breaking: Sinn Fein's Gildernew to run for Westminster again

SINN Fein MP Michelle Gildernew has been selected by her party to contest next year's general election.

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20 Oct 2014 17:00

Community associations get ready for 2014 awards

Community associations in Fermanagh and individuals who work tirelessly for their areas will be honoured tonight by Fermanagh Rural Community Network.


20 Oct 2014 15:00 • Editorial Department

Opinion - Marty McGrath - I always felt Clucker should have got an All Star but process can be flawed

San Francisco, December, 2008. While away with the All-Star touring party, Ryan McCluskey and I decided to treat the women to a meal in The Cheesecake Factory in the city centre. John McElroy of Tempo, who was also part of the tour, was dragged along too. It stands out as one of the most enjoyable nights of the trip; chatting about home, club football and a hot topic every October, the All-Star selection process.

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20 Oct 2014 12:40 • Rodney Edwards

VIDEO: Heat is on for Ballinamallard firewalkers

Ballinamallard Football Club held its first ever firewalking event on Saturday.


20 Oct 2014 11:45

Green Party to stand a Fermanagh candidate in General Election

ANTI-FRACKING activist Tanya Jones has been selected as the Green Party's Westminster candidate for the next General Election (May 7, 2015). The Enniskillen woman is the first Green Party General Election candidate to stand for the Fermanagh and South Tyrone constituency.


19 Oct 2014 18:00 • Julie Kenwell

Parents ready for battle to save St. Mary's PS

DETERMINED parents at St Mary’s Primary School, Fivemiletown say they are ready for a fight to save it from any potential closure after the Council for Catholic Maintained Schools (CCMS) contacted them last week to arrange a consultation on its future.

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19 Oct 2014 16:00 • Julie Kenwell

Belfast saved Riley’s life over and over again - what now asks worried mum?

IT’s a service that has saved her three-year-old daughter’s life “over and over again” but this week Teresa Moss says she is horrified to learn that Belfast’s cardiac surgery for children will soon be a thing of the past.

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19 Oct 2014 12:00 • Meadhbh Monahan

1,236 overtime hours to police Belcoo frack site

Ten police officers claimed a total overtime of 1,236 hours while policing anti-fracking protests during three weeks this summer. Police admit that the policing operation at the 22 day anti-fracking camp at the Belcoo quarry was “resource intensive for the PSNI”.

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19 Oct 2014 10:00 • Editorial Department

Almost £3,000 raised in Summer House appeal

ALMOST £3,000 has been raised for the Impartial Reporter’s joint campaign with Fermanagh’s National Trust to rebuild Florence Court’s Summer House. The iconic building was destroyed by fire in August this year.

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18 Oct 2014 20:00 • Editorial Department

Can Harps stop Shamrocks making it a double?

Roslea and Derrygonnelly will battle it out for the Manor House SFL Division One title on Sunday after the sides that finished first and second in the table both came through their respective semi-finals last weekend.

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18 Oct 2014 17:44

Mallards win moves them four clear of bottom two

Ballinamallard moved four points clear of the bottom two as goals from a Jason McCartney penalty and a well struck Liam Martin effort secured Whitey Anderson's side the points in their foot of the table clash against Dungannon Swifts.


18 Oct 2014 16:00 • Editorial Department

Public health care hearing scrapped in Fermanagh due to lack of interest

LACK of interest in an inquiry into Northern Ireland’s Emergency Health Care means Fermanagh lost out on its opportunity to play a part in improving health care in the West.

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18 Oct 2014 14:30 • Rodney Edwards

Nesbitt repeats call for unionist pact to take on Sinn Fein

THE leader of the Ulster Unionist Party, Mike Nesbitt, has repeated his call for the DUP to agree to a unionist pact in Fermanagh-south Tyrone ahead of the Westminster election next year.


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