9 Jul 2015 13:00 • Editorial Department
Let’s celebrate our community heroes
What makes our communities special places to live?
25 Jun 2015 13:00
Courtroom dramas the scene for competing rights
One of the more unpleasant experiences in my career was appearing in the High Court as a witness in an action taken against the newspaper; it’s no fun being grilled and pulled apart by a barrister for hours on end.
11 Jun 2015 17:00 • Editorial Department
Opinion - Warren Little - Choice was a fine thing - but not anymore
For reasons best known to themselves, the modern woman likes to go to fancy hotels where they can have creams rubbed in.
4 Jun 2015 15:00
Opinion - Warren Little - Panorama exposed the mutual deadlock on The Past
There was a microcosmic quality to Panorama’s revelation last week that an assault rifle used in the unsolved murders of five people, including a 15 year-old boy, was found in a display cabinet in a London museum.
4 Jun 2015 14:00
Opinion - Denzil McDaniel - The public’s right to know isn’t absolute
For a man who had a heart attack a few days before, First Minister Peter Robinson looked in pretty rude health when interviewed at the Irish Open Golf last week.
4 Jun 2015 12:00
Cuts hurting the most vulnerable
This week the Impartial Reporter reveals the news that Early Years funding targeted towards some of Fermanagh and South Tyrone’s most needy areas is to be slashed by over £35,000 in September.
1 Jun 2015 08:17
Fostering can bring joy to supportive parents
We cannot take for granted what comprises a family unit today because it could be somewhat different from how our forebears might have taken for granted in years gone by.
1 Jun 2015 08:01
Opinion - Denzil McDaniel - A handshake can mean nothing, or something important
Sometimes it seems to be a big deal if you refuse to shake someone’s hand; but why do it if you don’t mean it? Footballer Rio Ferdinand was right, surely, not to shake the hand of John Terry after the awful way the “leader, legend” behaved towards his cousin.
1 Jun 2015 07:57
Opinion - Warren Little - This plastic revolution will melt and leave a bigger mess
Come on, it was too much to expect that we could move straight from a state of conflict to a functional devolved government, wasn’t it? I mean, some of those now giving their views in the assembly chamber used to be more concerned with bullets in the gun chamber. They just need time to bed in, to get to know each other. To trust each other a little. Baby steps – that’s what the peace process is all about, after all.
21 May 2015 12:56
Making a contribution to the future by returning to a painful past
At the heart of the historic visit to Ireland this week by Prince Charles is a message about hope and reconciliation that has been articulated in a quiet, dignified and throughly admirable manner by Fermanagh man John Maxwell.
15 May 2015 16:36
What does the Jim Wells controversy say about society?
I only met Jim Wells once, and I found the Health Minister very pleasant; it was at a charity event and I know the organisers appreciated his support and time as he was such a busy man.
15 May 2015 16:36
A lack of compassion is the start of inhumanity
The trial has started of a former Nazi SS guard, accused of being an accessory to the murder of at least 300,000 Jews in the Auschwitz concentration camp during World War Two.