• Thing in general, and nothing in particular

    THE ‘SESSIONS’ The present sittings of the Fermanagh County Court have been exceedingly dull. There were no laughable cases, no big fights over bogs, but just a lot of simple suits which should have been heard in the Petty Sessions Court.

  • Northern Ireland Protocol is lawful, Supreme Court rules

    The Supreme Court has unanimously dismissed a challenge over the Northern Ireland Protocol post-Brexit trading arrangements. The legality of the contentious trading arrangements was challenged at the UK’s highest court by a collective of Unionists

  • Man assaulted in local takeway over weekend

    Police are appealing for witnesses following a weekend assault in a takeaway premisies in Enniskillen. The alleged assault took place on Friday night in the town centre. A PSNI spokesperson said: "Police are appealing for witnesses regarding

  • Pat Ward murder trial begins four years after his death

    Almost four years to the day since the lifeless, half-naked body of a 30-year-old man was discovered in a County Tyrone village, a woman has gone on trial for his murder. Karen Marie McDonald (37) of McCrea Park, Clogher denies murdering Pat Ward

  • Mrs. Hazel Marina Lendrum

    Great sadness has been expressed by the whole community and friends following the death of Mrs. Hazel Lendrum former Headteacher at Killadeas Special Care School, on December 16, 2022. Hazel was born at Drumsara, Irvinestown on October 31, 1934

  • New Chairman takes over at AgriSearch

    Fermanagh and Omagh accountant, Seamus McCaffrey has completed his term as Chairman of AgriSearch, the farmer-funded research and innovation body and has been succeeded by Professor Gerry Boyle at the recent annual meeting. Professor Boyle was

  • Good management ensures success with ewes and lambs

    With many March lambing ewes now housed, farmers are looking at the most effective way to feed their ewes. Pre-lambing feeding will have an influence on ewe condition, lamb birth weight, colostrum produced by the ewe, and lamb survival. All these