29 Jun 2015 12:00 • Julie Kenwell
Euro earners may struggle to get mortgage
FERMANAGH residents earning a wage in the south will struggle to get a mortgage in the north when a new EU Directive is introduced next year.
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.
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.
25 Jun 2015 16:00 • Julie Kenwell
Why farmers are tickled pink for a good cause this silage season
FARMERS in Fermanagh have been tickled pink this silage season to raise money and awareness for breast cancer.
Fields and farmyards across the county and province-wide have been dotted with pink silage bales, thanks to an initiative introduced by Northern Ireland distributor, Volac.
23 Jun 2015 19:00 • Julie Kenwell
Seana flies the flag for Fermanagh at pageant thanks to local support
SOUTH West College student, Seana O’Connor is the new Miss Earth Fermanagh.
20 Jun 2015 12:30 • Julie Kenwell
Trauma of moving brother (71) from residential home
THE brother of a 71-year-old resident at Creamery House, Kesh says he believes the Western Trust made no effort to fill four vacant beds at the home before proposing its closure earlier this year.
19 Jun 2015 08:30 • Julie Kenwell
39-year-old’s sudden death stuns family
THE sister of a 39-year-old Irvinestown man found dead in Cambridgeshire last Monday (June 7) has described how his sudden death has left her “family chain broken”.
18 Jun 2015 13:00 • Julie Kenwell
Rock the Clock at Mahon’s
MAHON’S Hotel in Irvinestown will be rocking around the clock this Sunday with The Whistlin’ Donkeys and friends.
The traditional folk rock band are rubbing shoulders with the great and the good for pop music.
18 Jun 2015 13:00 • Julie Kenwell
Wedding bells ring out for Borderline Players
AFTER an audience acclaimed preview performance in February, Borderline Players Generation 2.0 will present the Sam Cree comedy, ‘Wedding Fever’ at the Ardhowen Theatre in Enniskillen next Friday and Saturday (June 26 and June 27).
16 Jun 2015 12:30 • Julie Kenwell
Councillors believe they are being ‘ignored’ by Western Trust over Creamery House
FERMANAGH and Omagh District councillors have accused the Western Trust of “ignoring” them in their attempts to lobby against the proposed closure of Creamery House in Kesh.
16 Jun 2015 08:30 • Julie Kenwell
Clogher man looking to replace Elliott says he would have confidence of Fermanagh people
CLOGHER man Neil Sommerville has officially put himself forward for selection as Tom Elliott’s replacement at Stormont.
The former Dungannon and South Tyrone Borough UUP councillor had been hotly tipped as the man to fill Mr. Elliott’s shoes in the Assembly.
14 Jun 2015 09:00 • Julie Kenwell
Young people share their experiences of programme that improves mental health
Depression, isolation, addiction to legal highs, post-traumatic stress and difficulties with finding employment.