26 Apr 2015 12:00 • Lily Dane
An innovative charity event, “Walking on Fire for Dad” is being organised in June by the son and daughter of two Parkinson’s sufferers from Fermanagh.
25 Apr 2015 21:28
Fermanagh 0-11 Armagh 0-16 Fermanagh lost a third National League Final in seven years when Armagh proved too strong in Croke Park on Saturday evening despite the Orchard men having to play with 14 men for two thirds of the game.
25 Apr 2015 17:30
Ballinamallard 3 Warrenpoint 3 Ballinamallard finished ninth in the Premier League after a final day 3-3 draw with Warrenpoint.
25 Apr 2015 14:22
Sports Minister Carál Ní Chuilín has expressed her sadness on the tragic death of Fermanagh hurler Shane Mulholland.
25 Apr 2015 13:00 • Editorial Department
“Welcome to the Masters” spoken by a young teenage girl in a broad Georgian accent was our introduction to Augusta.
25 Apr 2015 12:00 • Editorial Department
Of the 582 names on the Fermanagh War Memorial, 53 belong to men who were killed in just one campaign; Gallipoli.
25 Apr 2015 10:00 • Meadhbh Monahan
Elderly people in two of Northern Ireland’s most deprived areas, Rosslea and Garrison, are “devastated” by Western Trust proposals to alter day care services in their area.
25 Apr 2015 09:18
A 27-year-old man has died following last night's two vehicle collision on the road between Lisnaskea and Derrylin.The main road between Lisnaskea and Derrylin has reopened following last night's collision in which a 27 year old man died. Police continue to investigate the collision. Officers can be contacted by calling 101.
24 Apr 2015 20:50 • Sarah Saunderson
Police have closed the Lisnaskea Road in both directions between Lisnaskea and Derrylin following a serious two vehicle collision. Motorists are advised to seek an alternative route.
24 Apr 2015 20:00 • Gareth Cauldwell
Experienced Fermanagh defender Ryan McCluskey says that Fermanagh are going to have to show a clear improvement from their last meeting with Armagh if they are to come away from Croke Park on Saturday night as Division Three champions.
24 Apr 2015 18:00 • Editorial Department
All-Ireland and double All Star award winner Oisín McConville says Saturday’s league final between his own county and Fermanagh is one he is “very interested in”.
24 Apr 2015 17:30 • Rodney Edwards
THE Alliance Party’s Hannah Su hasn’t visited Fermanagh once since announcing her intention to run for Westminster.
24 Apr 2015 15:30 • Rodney Edwards
SINN Fein’s Michelle Gildernew took time out of canvassing to help launch her party’s manifesto on Monday in which she declared her commitment to resist the “agenda of Tory austerity.”
24 Apr 2015 15:00 • Editorial Department
Oran McDonald @McDonald_94 Last night I dreamt that I was in Fermanagh with the band Pink Floyd, whom I don’t even listen to. They’re good lads though.
24 Apr 2015 13:30 • Rodney Edwards
UNIONISTS put on a united front again at the weekend as they joined forces to campaign for Westminster candidate Tom Elliott. Democratic Unionist MLAs Arlene Foster and Lord Maurice Morrow met with UUP leader Mike Nesbitt and other unionists in Fivemiletown on Saturday as part of the pact between the two parties.
24 Apr 2015 11:30 • Rodney Edwards
FERMANAGH products such as O’Doherty’s ‘Black Bacon and Tickety Moo Ice Cream should be promoted to the world, says the SDLP’s John Coyle.
24 Apr 2015 11:00 • Lily Dane
Pictured in The Impartial Reporter, 50 years ago, are Arthur Gilroy, Lisbellaw, who is 62, and his assistant, John McPhillips, aged 19, of Drumod, Lisbellaw. The photo caption - from the edition dated April 22, 1965 - records they are seen here warping the yarn. (See report in the Looking Back column below). Also pictured are Thomas Lindsay (on right) and William Beatty of Kilmore North, Maguiresbridge, examining the tweed at it comes from the shrinking machine. The Impartial Reporter, April 22, 1965.
24 Apr 2015 09:30 • Rodney Edwards
GREEN Party’s Westminster candidate Tanya Jones addressed her party’s election manifesto launch last week, saying it was her desire to “build our vision of politics for the common good.”
24 Apr 2015 09:00 • Rodney Edwards
THE heartbroken husband of Enniskillen woman Paula Johnston who died last week six weeks after being diagnosed with cancer says he has lost his “irreplaceable friend.”