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Julie Kenwell

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9 Apr 2015 14:00 • Julie Kenwell

Borderline Players bring the wild West to Ardhowen

ARDHOWEN has some cracking entertainment this Easter. Borderline Players present ‘Old Mother Hubbard’ with a twist tonight (Thursday) and Friday and William Caulfield returns with some family friendly comedy on Saturday.

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9 Apr 2015 14:00 • Julie Kenwell

ELO’s Grease nominated for national award

THE Enniskillen Light Operatic’s (ELO) production of Grease has been nominated for a Best Show of 2014 Award by the National Operatic and Drama Association.

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9 Apr 2015 14:00 • Julie Kenwell

Rock the Lough makes a comeback

THE date is set for Rock the Lough’s big come back this summer.

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9 Apr 2015 14:00 • Julie Kenwell

Devine country with Jim and his band

HE may have spent just less than two years on the road but Jim Devine (pictured) now finds himself catapulted up among the elite of Irish country stars.

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3 Apr 2015 16:12 • Julie Kenwell

Teacher tells 13-year-old to delete video evidence of him being bullied

AN Enniskillen mother has described how a teacher in a Fermanagh school told her son to delete videos he had taken on his phone depicting the bullying he was being exposed to at the hands of his classmates.

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31 Mar 2015 16:00 • Julie Kenwell

Last day of Fermanagh District Council: Fond memory of Diana visit

AS one of Fermanagh’s longest serving councillors, the outspoken Ulster Unionist, Bertie Kerr cut a colourful character around the council chamber for 30 years.

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31 Mar 2015 15:00 • Julie Kenwell

Last day of Fermanagh District Council: ‘Reluctant’ councillor in eye of storm

SINN Fein man Paul Corrigan was chairman of Fermanagh District Council at the time of the Enniskillen bomb in 1987.

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31 Mar 2015 13:00 • Julie Kenwell

Last day of Fermanagh District Council: Ill health cut short time at the top

SHE was Fermanagh District Council’s only chairwoman, but the honour was short-lived.

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31 Mar 2015 10:00 • Julie Kenwell

Last day of Fermanagh District Council: The volunteer councillor who juggled farming with council business

SPRINGFIELD man, Eddie Elliott was a councillor during one of the most turbulent periods politically for Fermanagh District Council.

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30 Mar 2015 13:00 • Julie Kenwell

A Wilde weekend

Cole’s Monument will get a makeover for the first A Wilde Weekend festival, a celebration of the Portora educated literary giant Oscar Wilde.

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30 Mar 2015 11:00 • Julie Kenwell

Clinton Centre role for festivals?

THE potential for Enniskillen’s Clinton Centre to become an International Literature Centre and thus enhance Fermanagh’s profile as “the literature destination county” is being explored as part of proposals to develop the Happy Days International Beckett Festival brand.

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27 Mar 2015 16:15 • Julie Kenwell

Suspended sentences for men involved in defrauding farmer out of £107,000

FOUR men accused of being involved in defrauding a Fermanagh farmer out of £107,000 have each been handed down suspended sentences at Omagh Crown Court today (Friday).

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27 Mar 2015 12:00 • Julie Kenwell

Castle may now be lit up to support charity

LOCAL government in Fermanagh could finally be switching on to visual support for charities in the county if an External Lighting Policy is accepted by Fermanagh and Omagh District Council.

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26 Mar 2015 13:00 • Julie Kenwell

Council chair to take home £24,200 a year

As the countdown to the new Fermanagh and Omagh Council (FODC) comes to an close, councillor allowances for the new body plan for the Chairman to take home an allowance of £24,200.

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26 Mar 2015 13:00 • Julie Kenwell

Philomena and Ray are ‘Simply Devine’

COUNTRY music sensation, Nathan Carter makes a welcome return to the Ardhowen stage for a sell-out concert tonight at 8pm and you can expect plenty of good old Irish craic and banter, when The Kilkennys perform at the Ardhowen on Saturday.

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26 Mar 2015 13:00 • Julie Kenwell

Gloria returns to music with Corner Bar performance

GLORIA and Joe Moore will perform at the Corner Bar, Ederney tomorrow night (Friday).

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26 Mar 2015 13:00 • Julie Kenwell

Music at Gerry McCann weekend

The Gerry McCann weekend took place at the weekend in Irvinestown with a fantastic line up of events and musicians.

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23 Mar 2015 17:00 • Julie Kenwell

Bullying has ruined my chances of a good life

BEING called names, having things thrown at her, being locked out of a classroom, being tripped up and having salt poured down her back.

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23 Mar 2015 15:00 • Julie Kenwell

O’Dowd: I’ll empower schools to take action against bullying

EDUCATION Minister John O’Dowd says he is determined to bring forward new legislation that will strengthen the role of schools and their Board of Governors, empowering them to take firmer action against bullying.

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23 Mar 2015 12:00 • Julie Kenwell

Bereaved mum dedicating her life to tackle bullying

THE mother of Joshua Gallagher, the 15-year-old boy who died by his own hand after being tormented by his peers in school says she is dedicating the rest of her life to tackling bullying in Fermanagh.

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