2 Jul 2015 18:30
Omagh Show brings best of breeds together for titles
This year’s Omagh Show taking place this Friday evening and Saturday, July 3 and 4 marks the 175th anniversary.
2 Jul 2015 18:01
Denzil McDaniel opinion: Identity can divide us, or give us common purpose
One of the great leaders of the Anglican Church is Archbishop of York, Dr. John Sentamu. He’s a great communicator, as many of those who heard him preach in St. Macartin’s Cathedral in Enniskillen will agree.
2 Jul 2015 16:30
Suspended sentence for manager who stole cash from employer for almost nine years
A FORMER general manager of a major chain of convenience stores who admitted stealing cash from his employer over a period of almost nine years has avoided going to jail.
2 Jul 2015 16:30
Former students attend Greenmount 50-year reunion
The 1964/65 student year of Greenmount Agricultural College held their 50th reunion recently.
2 Jul 2015 15:30 • Rodney Edwards
£95,000 severance between six former councillors
SIX former councillors who left Fermanagh District Council ahead of its amalgamation with Omagh District Council have received more than £95,000 in severance packages between them.
2 Jul 2015 15:01 • Julie Kenwell
Police arrest 25 years old over possession of crossbow
A 25-year-old man was arrested in Brookeborough on Monday for possessing a crossbow after police received a report that a 29-year-old man had been assaulted in the village.
2 Jul 2015 13:45
Sale of Lough Erne Resort completed
The sale of the Lough Erne Resort has been completed.
The purchase of the five-star luxury hotel and golf resort near Enniskillen has been completed by a U.S. investment group led by Vine Avenue Advisors, LLC, headed by Michael Saliba, and TRU Hotels and Resorts, a hotel investment and management company founded by veteran American hoteliers Jeff Mahan and Mark Ward.
2 Jul 2015 12:30
Portora bow out of Henley after battling performance
After a fighting performance, Portora Boat Club’s oarsmen were beaten by just half of a length in their heat this afternoon in The Princess Elizabeth Challenge Cup for junior men’s 8s at Henley Royal Regatta.
2 Jul 2015 12:30 • Brian Donaldson
TB misery can end with industry help
The Chairman of the special group set up to review how Tuberculosis in cattle is handled in Northern Ireland, said disease eradication presented a significant challenge but he was convinced it was possible.
2 Jul 2015 10:20 • Brian Donaldson
Equine graduates entering a global business
Students leaving Enniskillen Campus with an equine qualification are about to enter a global business venture, according to Professor Patrick Wall, Chairman of Horse Sport Ireland, the guest speaker at the awards ceremony.
2 Jul 2015 10:10
McCluskey to miss Antrim game after red card appeal turned down
Fermanagh will be without key defender Ryan McCluskey for Sunday's clash with Antrim after his appeal over the red card he picked up in the Ulster semi-final against Monaghan was turned down on Wednesday night.
1 Jul 2015 22:30
In Thursday's Impartial
The misery of patients waiting for attention at A&E is laid bare as figures show that waiting times at the South West Acute Hospital have been getting worse. The Western Health Trust commends its staff and points to the increasing pressure they are under.