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Police seized 25 kilos of cannabis in Fermanagh in the year to the end of March making it the dope capital of the PSNI's F District.
Around 200 anglers will be in Fermanagh next week for the Waterways Ireland Classic Fishing Festival.
A 29-year-old council worker has been ordered to forfeit almost £3,000 of the £10,000 in cash seized from him by police under the Proceeds of Crime Act.
A 24-year-old drug user notched up his fourth conviction for possessing cannabis with a warning that a fifth will result in a jail sentence.
A 45-year-old driver with a large number of convictions for not having insurance has escaped a ban only because his last conviction was in 1999.
A 52-year-old soccer fan is three points short of being relegated to walking after falling foul of the law at Ballinamallard United.
A 32-year-old unemployed garage worker flagged down a passing police patrol to report faulty security shutters on a pub and was subsequently arrested for driving with excess alcohol.
A 29-year-old father of four caught growing cannabis in two tents in his bedroom has been sentenced to three months in prison, suspended for 18 months.
A 29-year-old farmer was caught driving without insurance after a payment was missed and the company cancelled his policy.
A 54-year-old nurse came off night duty on Monday to appear at Fermanagh Court and admit driving without insurance.
A "good Samaritan" had been drinking when he drove his seriously injured friend to hospital, Fermanagh Court has heard.
A 41-year-old mother of 10 spent a day in prison after going on a shoplifting spree in Enniskillen.
A 35-year-old man has been acquitted of stealing a trailer after the Public Prosecution Service offered no evidence against him.
A 21-year-old Tesco worker seen fighting with another man in the street in the early hours of the morning has been fined £250.
Television's rival wilderness survival experts once had a very public falling out with Ray Mears dismissing Bear Grylls as a "boy scout".
A bird that is hard to see could be in danger of becoming invisible.
Gravel Ridge Island may not look like much but it is thought to be the only place in the world where sandwich terns breed so far from the sea.
Pike anglers are threatening to break the law in an attempt to stop the lawful netting of pike by commercial fishermen on Lough Erne.
It cost over £21,000 to put a forgetful Fermanagh shopper on trial for stealing £57.25 worth of goods from Marks and Spencer, it has been revealed.
A food company that short-changed customers by selling pre-packed bacon and chicken that weighed less than stated on the label has been fined £4,000.