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26 Feb 2015 13:00 • Editorial Department

Who asked for a rates increase?

Dear Madam, - Who in Fermanagh asked for a rates increase?

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26 Feb 2015 13:00 • Editorial Department

Roll on May 7

Dear Madam, - At last! The DUP in Fermanagh have seen the light! Given the efforts that they are going to seek Ulster Unionists candidates for the Westminster elections is a final recognition that the only way to get rid of the current absentee incumbent is to unite behind the Ulster Unionist team in Fermanagh.

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26 Feb 2015 13:00 • Editorial Department

No positive international interest in Enniskillen crannog

Dear Madam, - The Enniskillen crannog has gone. Without even a decent burial. While it was on the way out, the people who were escorting it off the premises were strangely quoting as saying in 2012 that it was “unprecedented” and it was “of international importance”. Its remnants were buried under a new road in March 2013 in a foregone conclusion, as if they were pieces of discarded litter.

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26 Feb 2015 13:00 • Editorial Department

Sleepless in Castle Street

Dear Madam, - It has been brought to my attention that over the last few months there has been a considerable amount of noise being created by drivers rallying up and down Castle Street, Irvinestown at night on weekends.

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19 Feb 2015 13:00 • Editorial Department

South West Hospital is truly magnificent

Dear Madam, - I would like, through the pages of the Impartial Reporter to thank the staff in the new South West Acute Hospital, and specifically those on Ward 8.

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19 Feb 2015 13:00 • Editorial Department

Shifting the blame

DEAR MADAM, - I was intrigued to read a reply to my letter in your paper from DUP Councillor David Mahon. By the tone of the letter, it seems I have touched a raw nerve with the DUP Press Office.

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19 Feb 2015 13:00 • Editorial Department

A fair swap?

Dear Madam, - I am delighted to see in last week’s paper that the DUP in Fermanagh and South Tyrone are finally coming to their senses and realising that the only way for Unionism to win back the Westminster seat is for them to stand aside to row in behind an Ulster Unionist Party candidate which is in the ascendancy right across the constituency.

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12 Feb 2015 13:00 • Editorial Department

Disappointing comments about courthouse

Dear Madam, - Republicans in Fermanagh have slammed the recent comments of Sinn Fein MLA Sean Lynch’s distress and upset at the possible closure of Enniskillen courthouse.

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12 Feb 2015 13:00 • Editorial Department

Forget flags - hospitals are the issue

DEAR MADAM, - I would like to ask our MPs in power- what will be their response to that so-called expert’s advice on closing a number of hospitals?

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12 Feb 2015 13:00 • Editorial Department

Is it any wonder education is dominating the agenda?

Dear Madam, - Education was dominating the Agenda again in last week’s local papers. Is it any wonder?

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12 Feb 2015 13:00 • Editorial Department

Department of Education seems to be arguing against its former self

Dear Madam, - I was Principal of the Collegiate in the early 1990s when last the WELB published a development proposal to merge Portora and the Collegiate.

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5 Feb 2015 13:00 • Editorial Department

Can Devenish building plans be viewed by public?

Dear Madam, - I am writing on behalf of a number of parents who have voiced concerns over the proposed Devensih College new build and the lack of clarity regarding the plans and time frame.

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5 Feb 2015 13:00 • Editorial Department

The point in this schools debate is UUP inaction

Dear Madam, - Your nameless contributor last week purporting to be ‘A supporter of all schools in Fermanagh’ makes an array of inaccurate statements in relation to the campaign to save the Collegiate.

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5 Feb 2015 13:00 • Editorial Department

Decembeard a success

Dear Madam, - Everyone at Beating Bowel Cancer would like to thank all those in the local area who took part in our Decembeard fundraising campaign last month.

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5 Feb 2015 13:00 • Editorial Department

A welcome at Necarne

Dear Madam, - Our family had a lovely weekend enjoying Fermanagh. Through your paper my family would like to thank the security lady at Necarne Castle, Irvinestown.

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5 Feb 2015 13:00 • Editorial Department

NI should follow Donegal’s lead on turbines

Dear Madam, - Your paper of January 29 contained a complacent comment from Enterprise Minister Foster about the risk from collapsing wind turbines.

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5 Feb 2015 13:00 • Editorial Department

Searching for Fallis families

Dear Madam, - I’m looking for any members of the Fallis family that have been in Enniskillen from the early 1800s.

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29 Jan 2015 13:00 • Editorial Department

Attack best form of defence

Dear Madam, - I read with interest in your paper last week a letter signed by a supporter of the Collegiate. Whilst I also support the Collegiate, along with all schools in Fermanagh, I think the author of the letter has glossed over some important facts.

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29 Jan 2015 13:00 • Editorial Department

Why do we have to put up with this?

Dear Madam, - I felt I had to write to your paper about the recent water dispute with N.I. Water.

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29 Jan 2015 13:00 • Editorial Department

Water workers go out at anti-social hours to keep taps running

Dear Madam, - I was interested to read the article about what Denzil McDaniel had to say about the water workers striking in his column “How I See It.” The basic net wage for a water worker is £330 a week and the management are taking £30 a week to fund a pension scheme.

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