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Fermanagh's fishermen are being invited to contribute to what has been described as "probably the most important piece of work on angling in Northern Ireland in the last 20 years."
A Crannog exhibition, 'Come and Try It' sport, leisure and entertainment events and free WiFi at local tourism sites are some of the new initiatives to be funded by the latest pre-G8 funding boost.
People suffering from alcohol or drug addiction are to be offered help in Garrison
Local organisers of a G8 protest in Enniskillen on the first day of the G8 summit want to "send out a strong image of opposition to fracking to a huge global audience."
The construction of a large security fence to block off the area surrounding the Lough Erne Resort is underway with preparatory works evident close to Dunbar House. PSNI confirmed that construction began today (Friday).
A packed and eclectic programme of events has been announced for the second Happy Days Enniskillen International Beckett festival, with organisers predicting an estimated economic benefit of £2.5 million.
THE former auditor of Quinn Insurance Limited has questioned whether or not it was right to put Sean Quinn's company into administration.
A stunning new documentary film, produced by communities in Fermanagh, investigating what 'fracking' could mean for the county will have its premiere screening at the Ardhowen Theatre on Tuesday, June 4, at 8pm.
A violent thug caught on CCTV landing 17 punches and two kicks on a man in just 40 seconds has been jailed for nine months.
Enniskillen's Johnny Leonard lies fourth overall in the Northern Ireland Stage Rally Championship after a 12th place finish on Saturday's Tour of the Sperrins Rally.
Roy Carroll says that Sir Alex Ferguson is going to be a huge loss to everybody in football, not just Manchester United but he feels that they have made a good choice in selecting David Moyes as his replacement.
Roy Carroll helped Olympiakos to a double, double on Saturday as the Greek league champions defeated Asteras Tripolis 3-1 in the Greek Cup final in Athens.
Tummery manager Fintan McCarney admits his side were gutted to lose the final on penalties.
Enniskillen Town midfielder Ryan Hanna more than played his part in the club retaining the Mulhern Cup.
Enniskillen Town manager Rory Judge never doubted that his side would retain the Impartial Reporter Mulhern Cup, Town finally seeing off Tummery Athletic following a penalty shoot out in a wet Lisbellaw last Friday night.
Fermanagh took on Warwickshire in Brewster Park last Saturday in Round Two of the Lory Meagher Cup.
Newtownbutler's ability to score goals ultimately proved decisive on Sunday as they brought an end to Irvinestown's 100 percent start to the season.
Kinawley suffered their third league defeat on Sunday afternoon when they travelled to Belleek.
Lisnaskea moved into the top half of the table following their win over Belcoo on Sunday, a result which leaves the O'Rahillys rooted to the bottom of the Manor House SFL Division One table with only one point garnered from their opening five games.
Fermanagh joint manager Seamus McCusker admits that this Saturday's final Lory Meagher Cup group game against Longford will be a "full blooded championship match" with the winners set to progress through to the competition final in Croke Park while for the losers it will end their season.