2 May 2015 10:00 • Chris Donegan
Last resort closure ‘may well be an option’
The closure of Enniskillen Courthouse should be a “measure of last resort” according to Ronnie Armour, chief executive of the Northern Ireland Courts and Tribunal Service.
10 Apr 2015 08:30 • Chris Donegan
No-show in court as schoolgirl stalking accused is in Germany
A warrant has been issued for the arrest of a 32-year-old unemployed man accused of stalking young schoolgirls in Enniskillen.
23 Mar 2015 10:00 • Chris Donegan
Domestic violence charity costs ‘would rise by £7,000 a year’
The closure of Enniskillen Courthouse would be a “denial of justice”, a “disaster economically” and a threat to the lives of vulnerable women and children, a meeting of Fermanagh Solicitors’ Association has heard.
16 Mar 2015 12:00 • Chris Donegan
Jury’s out over who owns the courthouse
Could Justice Minister David Ford end up in the dock at Enniskillen Courthouse over his plans to close the building?
13 Feb 2015 12:00 • Chris Donegan
Trust paid out over Larry's death but.....they have never apologised or admitted their mistake
The widow of a man who took his own life after being accused by a psychiatrist of “faking” mental illness has reached a financial settlement with the Western Health Trust.
6 Feb 2015 15:00 • Chris Donegan
Plans to fell 100-year-old trees ‘vandalism’
Plans to fell dozens of trees in Florence Court Forest Park have been condemned as an “act of vandalism”.
30 Jan 2015 10:00 • Chris Donegan
Courthouse could be axed to save money
Enniskillen Courthouse could be axed as part of public spending cuts.
The closure of the historic building on the town’s main street would leave solicitors, their clients and members of the public having to travel to Omagh or Dungannon.
25 Jan 2015 13:00 • Chris Donegan
Iconic Icelandic environmentalist meets local anglers
Soccer fans have their superstars in Cristiano Renaldo and Lionel Messi.
23 Jan 2015 09:37 • Chris Donegan
22 year old undergoes emergency surgery after Trillick stabbing
A 22-year-old man was taken to hospital for emergency surgery after being stabbed during an incident at Main Street, Trillick.
8 Jan 2015 16:50 • Chris Donegan
Men top pay rise league
Men in Fermanagh will be raising a sceptical eyebrow at official figures showing they have had a 10.5 per cent pay rise in a year.
1 Jan 2015 17:00 • Chris Donegan
Dowra affair papers show huge rift between RUC and Garda over 1982 arrest of Fermanagh man
The arrest of a man in Fermanagh in 1982 led to a breakdown in co-operation between the RUC and gardai, previously secret Irish state documents reveal.
The Dowra Affair, as it became known, involved Garda Thomas Nangle, a brother-in-law of the then Irish Justice Minister Seán Doherty.
23 Dec 2014 12:01 • Chris Donegan
Can a Fermanagh angler repeat Brian's feat and land first salmon?
An elderly man with a beard passed me in a supermarket the other day.
“Not long now,” he remarked.
For me or him, I wondered?