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1 Feb 2015 17:00 • Meadhbh Monahan

Bringing life saving lessons to the classroom

ON average 17 children drown every year in the UK.

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1 Feb 2015 15:00 • Brian Donaldson

Volunteers brave icy conditions to save small, brown butterfly under threat

It may have seemed a strange time of year to be on a field trip in relaton to butterflies but the committed and hardy enthusiasts who belong to the Butterfly Conservation Northern Ireland did just that during the snow and ice recently.

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1 Feb 2015 11:00 • Editorial Department

Enniskillen had most call-outs among RNLI crews in NI

Enniskillen RNLI, which operates from two inland stations on Upper and Lower Lough Erne had the most call outs last year launching 59 times over the 12 months bringing 57 people to safety, RNLI figures released this week reveal.

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1 Feb 2015 09:00 • Editorial Department

Keep it tight and then pounce is the game plan

St. Michael’s go into Sunday’s MacRory Cup play-off against St. Colman’s Newry in Dunmoyle (2.30pm) as big underdogs, but manager Dom Corrigan is hopeful that if he can get a performance out of his side then they have the ability to book their place in the last eight of the competition.

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31 Jan 2015 21:03

Fermanagh open league campaign with nine point win

Fermanagh opened up their NFL Division Three campaign with a resounding nine point win over a disappointing Louth side at Brewster Park tonight.

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31 Jan 2015 18:02

Mallards take a point against Ports

Ballinamallard followed up Tuesday night's draw against Linfield with another well earned point against third placed Portadown at Ferney Park today.

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31 Jan 2015 16:00 • Julie Kenwell

5,000 facebook likes for commercial flights but who will invest in them?

SUPPORTERS of a Facebook petition to bring commercial flights to Enniskillen’s St Angelo Airport have been told this week to “put your money where your mouth is” by its director, Alan Cathcart.

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31 Jan 2015 13:00 • Meadhbh Monahan

Polish second most used language at hospital

Polish is the most popular minority language used by visitors to the South West Acute Hospital (SWAH), according to records from touch-screen technology in the main atrium.

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31 Jan 2015 11:02

Ted Keenan's sporting record applauded at Impartial Reporter Celebration of Sport

At a glittering ceremony in the five star Lough Erne Resort last night, swimmer Ted Keenan's triumphs were posthumously recognised as his family collected the Americk Webtech Impartial Reporter Sporting Great award.

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31 Jan 2015 11:00 • Julie Kenwell

Decision about St. Mary’s future on hold

THE Council for Catholic Maintained Schools (CCMS) has agreed to postpone a decision on the future of St Mary’s Primary School, Fivemiletown, until March.

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31 Jan 2015 10:00 • Editorial Department

Jones enjoying being back in the mix

Fermanagh defender Michael Jones says he is happy to be making up for lost time after returning to the Erne squad for the 2015 season.

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30 Jan 2015 20:00 • Gareth Cauldwell

Character delights a happy Anderson

Ballinamallard manager Whitey Anderson admits that there was a lot of soul searching done since Friday night’s thrashing at the hands of fellow strugglers Warrenpoint Town, but he was delighted with the response of his side as they came from behind to earn a deserved share of the spoils against Linfield at Ferney Park on Tuesday night.

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30 Jan 2015 19:00 • Editorial Department

McGrath targets promotion from a competitive division

Fermanagh manager Pete McGrath believes that Fermanagh would be selling themselves short if they do not target promotion from Division Three.

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30 Jan 2015 16:00 • Meadhbh Monahan

Stormont Files: Clogher Valley to be included in Gas to the West

The Clogher Valley area will be included in the Gas to the West project, Enterprise Minister Arlene Foster has said.

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30 Jan 2015 13:00 • Editorial Department

Gildernew: I won’t take my seat

Sinn Fein will not be taking seats at Westminster, MP Michelle Gildernew has said.

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30 Jan 2015 11:00 • Editorial Department

Looking Back: Enniskillen Motor Club awards

Mr. Joseph Crawford, Letterkeen, Kesh, a member of Enniskillen Motor Club with two of the trophies which he won at rallies during the year. Also: Messrs. Cathal Curley, Irvinestown (left) and Mervyn Johnston, Tullyhommon, with some of their trophies, which where presented to them at Enniskillen Motor Club’s annual dinner in Fivemiletown by Mr. T. J. Ovens.

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30 Jan 2015 10:00 • Chris Donegan

Courthouse could be axed to save money

Enniskillen Courthouse could be axed as part of public spending cuts. The closure of the historic building on the town’s main street would leave solicitors, their clients and members of the public having to travel to Omagh or Dungannon.

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29 Jan 2015 17:00 • Editorial Department

DUP ‘determination’ to find agreed candidate

A senior figure within the DUP has reiterated his party’s determination to find an agreed unionist candidate to contest the general election in Fermanagh/south Tyrone in May.

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29 Jan 2015 16:00 • Editorial Department

Comment - Warren Little - G8: just a nice little earner

A report out recently revised upwards the cost of the G8 to a total of £92 million, a sum commonly referred to as ‘staggering’.

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29 Jan 2015 14:00 • Meadhbh Monahan

College opens £1.5m research facility

Ireland’s largest green technology research and development and training facility was officially opened in Enniskillen yesterday (Wednesday).

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