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28 Jun 2015 10:00 • Julie Kenwell

Homeless referrals increase by a fifth as housing group marks 10 years

HOMELESS referals to First Housing in Fermanagh has increased by 20 per cent over the last decade.
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27 Jun 2015 15:00 • Lily Dane

As boys prepare for Henley, crew of ‘82 recalls freak break that shattered dream

As young oarsmen from Portora Boat Club, Enniskillen, prepare to compete at next week’s Henley Royal Regatta, it brings back memories of the last Portora men’s crew to race at the prestigious annual event on the River Thames.
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27 Jun 2015 12:00 • Editorial Department

Inspection identified nursing home care as ‘below minimum standard’

A NURSING home in Fermanagh has been issued with a failure to comply notice following an unannounced inspection which identified serious concerns about the standards of care.
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27 Jun 2015 09:30 • Editorial Department

20p bill to feed ducks

BIRD lovers could be flocking to the Round ‘O’ if a proposal by Fermanagh and Omagh District Council to introduce a waterfowl food dispenser fits the bill.
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26 Jun 2015 17:00 • Rodney Edwards

Ford: Drugs case cost estimated £834

DRUGS case described as a “complete waste of taxpayers’ money” by a judge cost an estimated £834 when it was heard at Fermanagh Magistrates’ Court, Justice Minister David Ford has revealed.
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26 Jun 2015 15:00 • Editorial Department

Plans for play area at Celtic Park for use by Model Primary pupils

A temporary play area is to be created in the Celtic Park playing fields area for use by pupils of Enniskillen Model Primary School. The Western Education Authority will pay for the park as part of its overall school construction project.
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26 Jun 2015 13:00 • Julie Kenwell

Summer House rebuilding begins

WORK to rebuild one of Fermanagh’s most iconic structures began this week. Florence Court’s Summer House was destroyed by fire in August last year. But thanks to your generous donations and the Impartial Reporter’s campaign in association with the National Trust in Fermanagh, the important structure, with its heather clad walls and thatched roof, is expected to be back where it belongs this September.
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26 Jun 2015 11:52 • Editorial Department

Warning came in 2008 that Cherrymount link would 'destroy' crannog

THE Northern Ireland Environment Agency (NIEA) warned from early in 2008 that the proposed route of the Cherrymount Link Road in Enniskillen would “disturb or destroy” the remains of Drumclay Crannog, a review into the excavation of the ancient historical site has revealed.

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