21 Aug 2014 13:00 • Editorial Department
The reaction to the fire that gutted Florence Court’s Summer House on the Impartial Reporter’s Facebook and Twitter accounts is very telling.
7 Aug 2014 09:30 • Editorial Department
There is no doubt feelings are running high among concerned individuals at the prospect of the controversial drilling method hydralic fracturing coming to Fermanagh to take out any reserves of shale gas beneath our feet.
31 Jul 2014 09:30 • Editorial Department
Tonight sees the opening of the third Happy Days Enniskillen International Beckett Festival.
24 Jul 2014 13:00 • Editorial Department
This week is a significant one in terms of the controversial issue of fracking and whether it will go ahead in Fermanagh or not.
17 Jul 2014 13:00 • Editorial Department
The power of social media and the media in general has been credited with helping in the astonishing discovery of missing Enniskillen woman, Nollaig O’Connor.
10 Jul 2014 09:30 • Editorial Department
This week, once again, the pages of our newspaper feature stories of the deaths of young people, some from freak accidents and others through health issues.
3 Jul 2014 09:30 • Editorial Department
For many families, the normal routine will be children growing up and leaving the family home to begin new careers and their own family lives.
26 Jun 2014 09:30 • Editorial Department
We could all learn a little from the caring selflessness of a four-year-old from Maguiresbridge.
19 Jun 2014 13:03 • Editorial Department
There are too few major events in our county where the community can truly mark achievements in a friendly and positive manner. But the Enniskillen 10k on Saturday was one of those.
12 Jun 2014 09:30 • Editorial Department
We regularly hear about the frontline medical services available to patients at our GP surgeries and hospitals but we often don’t hear of the great work in the community from NHS staff and privately funded specialist nursing teams from various charities.
5 Jun 2014 13:00 • Editorial Department
One of the ways to boost tourism numbers in Fermanagh is to have first class, award-winning providers, whether that is in the accommodation sector, servicing or simply just going out for a meal.
29 May 2014 13:00 • Editorial Department
As the new councillors prepare to take their seats for the first meeting of the new Fermanagh and Omagh Council next week, they should have already got over the euphoria of being elected and the tiredness of standing around for two days at the election count and have begun reading their literature which will outline their roles for the next four years.
22 May 2014 13:00 • Editorial Department
To-day (Thursday) marks a new era in local politics.
15 May 2014 13:00 • Editorial Department
This part of the world might often be regarded as a backwater to many. Perhaps it has something to do with the slower pace of life among the tranquil waters of the Erne.
8 May 2014 13:00 • Editorial Department
The emotive subject of organ donation is an issue which many people often decline to discuss, yet we see so many living people celebrating the donation of a kidney, for example, to a relative or friend, which has given that persion hope of a life enhancing experience.
1 May 2014 13:00 • Editorial Department
The landscapes which vary across Fermanagh are largely shaped by farming activity not only over decades but over centuries.
24 Apr 2014 13:00 • Editorial Department
This week, The Impartial Reporter concludes its coverage of the final sections of this year’s Fermanagh Feis, now widely established and recognised as the county’s biggest music festival for young people.
10 Apr 2014 13:00 • Editorial Department
Local councillors are asking about the possibility of the development of a hospice day care facility for the South West in light of the move of a palliative care nurse from the community back to a hospital setting.
3 Apr 2014 13:00 • Editorial Department
When it comes to putting on a programme of visits for Royals, there is certainly no doubt that Fermanagh can weave a fascinating storyline through some marvellous visits, choose interesting people and capture the moment.
3 Apr 2014 13:00 • Editorial Department
Dear Madam, - After many years of suffering from swathing cuts in public services and pay-freezes for public service staff it is grossly offensive for the DOE working party (independent?) to raise the new basic allowance for a councillor from £9,800 to £14,200, I note some councillors have reacted positively to the news – I bet they did.