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THE Western Trust has officially rejected a proposal outlined in the Transforming Your Care (TYC) document, which suggests that acute mental health care beds, currently provided at the Tyrone and Fermanagh Hospital in Omagh, should be relocated to a site in or adjacent to the South West Acute Hospital (SWAH).
JOB satisfaction for Specialist Nurse in Organ Donation, Martina Conlon, comes in the knowledge that her work brings comfort to bereaved families and close friends whilst in turn saving the lives of others.
SHE may only be sweet 16 but Aimee Boyle has a beauty and maturity that is beyond her young years.
THE funeral arrangements have been announced for the founder of Bright Eyes Animal Sanctuary, Pat Nolan. Mr. Nolan, who died early yesterday morning, Thursday, February 14, has "left a lasting legacy" according to his sister, Caroline Stenson.
SUCH is the magnitude of Fermanagh playing host to the G8 Summit this June that the Western Trust is having to consider potential chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear risks (CBRN).
WHEN Carrie, Samantha, Miranda and Charlotte hit the streets of Manhattan, the Sex and the City girls dress to fit their personalities accordingly.
ROAD users of the link corridor between Omagh and Enniskillen will now benefit from "safer journeys and reduced travel times" following the official opening of the £7.3 million A32 Shannaragh Road scheme today.
A 22-YEAR-OLD man caught fighting by police on the Twelfth of July last year received a £250 fine at Enniskillen Magistrates Court on Monday.
AN 18-year-old man who left a hotel restaurant without paying for his meal does not remember the incident because of his severe ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder).
A 22-year-old male has been fined £200 for assaulting a police officer when he called to speak to him about a fire at his home.
TWO men have appeared at Enniskillen Court charged with money laundering offences.
FERMANAGH families and campaigners were among the hundreds of people from across Northern Ireland who took to the streets of Belfast making it clear they would fight to the bitter end to keep children's heart services here.
FERMANAGH District Council has received a "substantial number of enquiries" from home owners raising issue with the County's new postal address system.
IT'S on every road user's bugbear list and, not breaking from tradition, is still a problem for Fermanagh in 2013. Potholes, the scourge of many's a commute into and out of the County, have been cropping up across Fermanagh since the latest freeze and thaw.
LOCAL PSNI are remaining tight-lipped over how security plans for the G8 this June are likely to affect the people of Fermanagh.
ARCHAELOGISTS working on the site of the Drumclay Crannog believe they could have uncovered the largest medieval building in Ireland.
THERE is a saying: "there is nothing more interesting than your own family history and nothing more boring than somebody else's"!
MEMBERS of Derrygonnelly Community Centre are behind a cross community drive to purchase five life-saving defibrillator machines for the local area.
CRIMINAL damage caused to a historic church and Orange Hall in the Erne North ward before the weekend has been condemned by local councillors.
THE 'green light' for two major school projects in Enniskillen wasn't the only significant announcement this week that could affect education locally.