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27 Jul 2015 19:18

Thistle too strong for Fermanagh in NI Milk Cup

Femanagh Premier 1 Partick Thistle 2 The Fermanagh Premier side tasted defeat in their opening game of the Northern Ireland Milk Cup.
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27 Jul 2015 15:30

Breaking: Juniors fall to heavy opening defeat at Milk Cup

Fermanagh Juniors 1 AS Roma (America) 6 Fermanagh Juniors fell to a heavy opening defeat at the Northern Ireland Milk Cup when losing 6-1 to American side AS Roma.
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27 Jul 2015 15:00 • Editorial Department

Shop worker accused of stealing £18,000 from employer

A WOMAN accused of stealing almost £18,000 in cash from her employer over an 18-month period has been returned for trial later this year.
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27 Jul 2015 14:30

Horse classes cancelled at Clogher Valley Show

The horse and pony events planned for this Wednesday's Clogher Valley Show have been cancelled due to the heavy rainfall.
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27 Jul 2015 12:00 • Brian Donaldson

How a letter to the editor brought a family back together

When 29 people representing a number of families from a small area around Lack emigrated to the United States in 1872, it led to a link between Fermanagh and the State of Illinois that has lasted more than 140 years.
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27 Jul 2015 10:00 • Editorial Department

Father of the bride punched police officer

A RETIRED teacher, who told police to “stick it up your a**e” after he was arrested for punching an officer, has been ordered to pay £200 compensation to his victim.
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26 Jul 2015 18:00 • Editorial Department

We will try to turn nerves into positive energy and wins

The Fermanagh Junior Milk Cup squad lost to Armagh in a pre-tournament friendly this week but manager Sam Gamble believes the defeat could spur his side on to a memorable tournament.
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26 Jul 2015 16:00 • Editorial Department

Robbie believes his squad’s experience will stand to them

Fermanagh Milk Cup Premier squad manager Robbie Walker believes the quality and experience within his side will be a key ingredient to a successful tournament.
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26 Jul 2015 15:00 • Brian Donaldson

First of its kind, Clogher Valley Playgroup marks 40 years

The first community playgroup to be established in the south-west of Northern Ireland is marking over 40 years in existence with a full enrolment and an outstanding inspection report.
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26 Jul 2015 14:30 • Mark Conway

VIDEO: Fermanagh netminder Treacy looks forward to the Croke Park challenge

Fermanagh goalkeeper Thomas Treacy speaks to the Impartial Reporter as Fermanagh booked their place in the last eight of the All-Ireland Final with a nine point win over Westmeath.
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26 Jul 2015 13:00 • Rodney Edwards

Bert hangs up his chain and puts on his gardening gloves

FROM chairman to gardener. After 40 years in public service, Ballinamallard man Bert Johnston has found another way to serve the people – by keeping his beloved village in bloom.
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26 Jul 2015 10:00 • Editorial Department

Chemist’s son’s surgical career sees him as figurehead of Ireland’s largest medical school

“Attitudes are more important than abilities. Motives are more important than methods. Character is more important than cleverness; and the heart takes precedence over the head.”
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25 Jul 2015 22:20

Fermanagh boss McGrath says half time words from black carded duo inspired his side

Fermanagh manager Pete McGrath says that words from black carded pair Marty O'Brien and Ryan McCluskey at half time drove his side on as they produced a dominant second half display to set up a clash with the Dubs at Croke Park next Sunday
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25 Jul 2015 19:21

Fermanagh to meet Dubs in Croker quarter-finaln after nine point win

Fermanagh produced a storming second half performance as they booked their place in the All Ireland Quarter-finals with a 1-13 to 0-07 victory over Westmeath in Breffni Park.
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25 Jul 2015 17:00 • Julie Kenwell

Aisling Centre: Client Story - After trauma, to be able to talk was such a relief

SUFFERING from post-traumatic stress, Trevor* shrugged off the idea of professional counselling for a long time. Preferring to use his own coping mechanisms, his life was spiralling out of control.
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25 Jul 2015 15:00 • Julie Kenwell

Aisling Centre: Client Story - How counselling helped a child talk about a terrible loss

WHEN Ben’s* grandmother died three and a half years ago, his entire world was turned upside down. With his father living in England, he had enjoyed a particularly special bond with his ‘nanny’.
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25 Jul 2015 12:00 • Julie Kenwell

Aisling Centre: Client Story - ‘The first time in forever I feel mentally well’

BORN with a congenital heart condition, Kate has been struggling all her life with depression. She recalls attempting to take her own life on more than one occasion at a very early age.
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25 Jul 2015 10:00 • Julie Kenwell

The place that’s given hope and healing to thousands

IN the year that it marks its 25th anniversary, the Aisling Centre is experiencing a “100 per cent increase” in referrals to its counselling service.
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25 Jul 2015 10:00

Raw refusal of defeat against Roscommon will need to resurface again

“What an opportunity.” That is how Pete McGrath has described this Saturday’s clash with Westmeath. The Down native has forecasted that Cork will beat Kildare thus leaving the winners of Fermanagh and Westmeath a date with Kerry in the All Ireland Quarter Final.
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25 Jul 2015 08:30 • Editorial Department

Fermanagh’s system and progress will be enough to secure famous win

The news that Westmeath will be without their best forward through the injury to John Heslin has seen Fermanagh’s odds shorten with the bookies. They are seen now as the favourites for the tie.
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24 Jul 2015 21:00 • Editorial Department

‘We would die for each other on the pitch’

It is a special time for this group of Fermanagh players. They are looking forward to their fifth championship game and with one more victory a place in the last eight of the All-Ireland. It would be a remarkable story for a squad who in the four previous years recorded just one win from nine championship games.
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24 Jul 2015 19:00 • Gareth Cauldwell

Nobody knows better than McCluskey that these chances don’t come around too often

As one of the few Fermanagh players to have been in this situation before, Ryan McCluskey knows exactly what is at stake on Saturday evening in Kingspan Breffni Park.
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24 Jul 2015 17:00 • Rodney Edwards

MLAs red flag plans to remove emblems from their offices

POLITICIANS have criticised a proposal by Stormont’s Independent Financial Review Panel to ban flags, memorials and party emblems from MLAs’ offices.
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24 Jul 2015 15:00 • Editorial Department

Deferred Johnston Bridge work to be completed next Summer

MOTORISTS will now have to wait a year before the work at Johnston Bridge is fully completed after Transport Northern Ireland said it intended to defer finishing part two of the project until next summer.
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24 Jul 2015 15:00 • Editorial Department

Tweets of the Week - did you make it?

Fermanagh Trust @FermanaghTrust Celebrating Fermanagh’s unsung heroes. We need your help to find the most deserving people.
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