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25 Oct 2014 19:00 • Editorial Department

Threatened to kill witness after dispute

A 48-year-old criminal who threatened to kill a witness in a court case during a dispute between neighbours has been spared a prison sentence.

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25 Oct 2014 17:07

Battling Mallards go down to champions

Ballinamallard gave champions Cliftonville a scare, but the second half sending off of Raymond Foy proved pivotal. The midfielder was sent off with the score at 1-1, and the home side went on to win 3-2 and take the points.

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25 Oct 2014 15:00 • Editorial Department

Just under £5,000 cost for councillors to attend 19 conferences

COUNCILLORS are being paid 65 pence per mile to attend conferences in Belfast and Dublin, with an average round trip to Belfast costing £110 and Dublin costing £130.

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25 Oct 2014 11:30 • Brian Donaldson

New information submitted for ambitious hotel complex at Goblusk Bay

Additional information has now been submitted to the Department of the Environment’s Planning Service for a major hotel complex incorporating a marina, apartments, shop and other facilities on the shores of Lower Lough Erne.

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25 Oct 2014 10:30 • Rodney Edwards

Shock at death of Enniskillen community worker Anita Mukherjee

Anita Mukherjee, a well known and highly respected community worker from Enniskillen, has died.

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25 Oct 2014 08:30 • Julie Kenwell

NIE £15,000 charge is ‘corporate greed’

A GARRISON pensioner has accused Northern Ireland Electricity (NIE) of “corporate greed” after they quoted him a cost of £15,000 to have his self-build Passive House connected to the grid.

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24 Oct 2014 20:00 • Editorial Department

‘It’s the ultimate test but we are looking a positive result’ - Whitey

Ballinamallard manager Whitey Anderson says that his resurgent side will face the ‘ultimate test’ on Saturday when they travel to Solitude to take on champions Cliftonville.

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24 Oct 2014 19:00 • Rodney Edwards

Sinn Fein could have handled the Cahill case ‘better’ - Gildernew

A SENIOR member of Sinn Fein has suggested that her party could have handled sex abuse claims by Belfast woman Mairia Cahill “better”.

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24 Oct 2014 17:00 • Meadhbh Monahan

Mum-of-five’s selfless act as she rescues stranger’s drowning dog

Would you risk your life to rescue an animal? It’s not something we often have to ponder, but, for Ederney mum-of-five Julie Beacom it was a quandary she faced last Monday, while out for an evening stroll.

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24 Oct 2014 15:00 • Editorial Department

Tweets of the Week - did you make it?

keith livingstone @smokiewater Still waiting in Fermanagh for the storm to arrive. It was in Ballyshannon (13 miles away) an hour ago. It must be on a Translink bus.

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24 Oct 2014 14:00 • Editorial Department

We are working together and working hard

Roy Carroll has just experienced one of the best weeks of his long football career.

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24 Oct 2014 13:02 • Meadhbh Monahan

Tamboran launch legal action

FRACKING company Tamboran initiated legal action against two Stormont Ministers today.

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24 Oct 2014 11:00 • Editorial Department

Woods to take a break from county football

Following last week’s quartet of retirements, John Woods has dealt Fermanagh manager Pete McGrath another blow by ruling himself out of contention for the forseeable future. Woods has decided to “concentrate on other things bar football.”

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24 Oct 2014 11:00 • Lily Dane

Those were the days: Lost on H.M.S. ‘Royal Oak’

The Impartial Reporter, October 26, 1939 - Memorial Service - The war laid its icy finger on Fermanagh first in this parish of Florencecourt, for Andrew Wallace perished in the ‘Royal Oak.’ At the fireside, at the fair, at the creamery, at the market, on all these occasions, the boy, his life, his promise was spoken of and now it was the turn of the Church. The rector had a trying task and he acquitted himself superlatively. Standing at the reading-desk he spoke proudly of this boy, calling him ‘Andrew’ as he had always done. To the superior officers of his ship there may have been naval terms in use, identity numbers and such like, but here in Florencecourt he was ‘Andrew’. (See Looking Back, 75 Years Ago).

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24 Oct 2014 09:06

Updated: Three men due in court on drugs charges

Three men aged 45, 44 and 41 are due to appear at Dungannon Magistrates Court this morning on drugs charges relating to an incident in Fermanagh.

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23 Oct 2014 20:00 • Denzil McDaniel

Let’s all have a Laff with big Kyle and Roy

I happen to be a follower of Spurs and Northern Ireland, so you can imagine I’m very familiar with false dawns. Highs are sure to be followed by the next low.

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23 Oct 2014 19:00 • Rodney Edwards

#fermanaghspake This Week is...

‘It’s tellin’ ye’

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23 Oct 2014 18:30 • Rodney Edwards

Unionist call is an insult to voters says Gildernew

SINN Fein’s Michelle Gildernew has said taking her seat in Westminster or voting in debates would be “irrelevant”.

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23 Oct 2014 17:30

Tom would be ‘ideal’ pact candidate

ULSTER Unionist MLA Tom Elliott could stand for Fermanagh-south Tyrone in next year’s general election – if the Democratic Unionist Party agree to a unionist pact.

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23 Oct 2014 16:55

Breaking: Three men arrested in Lisnaskea as police seize drugs worth £43,000

Three men were arrested when police stopped a van on the Moorlough Road at Lisnaskea around 8.30pm last night (Wednesday) and seized suspected cannabis plants worth £43,000.

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