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  • BURNS, Gerard (Gerry)
    par fhadvertising le 18/02/2020 à 8:29

    BURNS, Gerard (Gerry) – late of 65 Old Rossorry Road, Enniskillen, BT74-7LF, peacefully surrounded by his loving family. Beloved husband of the late Moyra, loving father of Gerard (Cathy), Declan ( Kath ), Yvanna ( Neil ), Nuala ( Paul ) and John ( Laura). Reposing at his late residence on […]

  • GILROY, Louise Mary
    par fhadvertising le 17/02/2020 à 11:54

    GILROY, Louise Mary (née McEntee) – formerly of Teehill, Clones, Sunday, February 16th peacefully at Gortacharn Nursing Home Lisnaskea. Loving wife of the late Paddy Gilroy and mother to Suzanne McGinnity and Tommie. Reposing at Dowler’s Funeral Home from 6 pm until 9 pm this […]

  • McNAMEE, Marcus
    par fhadvertising le 17/02/2020 à 11:53

    McNAMEE, Marcus – suddenly at Altnagelvin Hospital. Reposing at his sister’s house Caroline Teague, Lurganboy, Newtownbutler from Tuesday evening at 6 pm until removal on Thursday morning at 10.30 am to arrive at St. Mary’s Church, Newtownbutler for 11 am funeral Mass. Burial […]

  • Defacing of Irish sign ‘is racist vandalism’
    par Jodie Curran le 16/02/2020 à 4:37

    THERE has been public outrage following an attack on a bilingual sign posted for Crannog Way, Enniskillen, with the Irish translation for Crannog Way being defaced by vandals using black paint. Local councillor Tommy Maguire condemned the attack saying, “This type of racist vandalism is […]

  • Pedestrian crossing at scene of road tragedy rejected
    par Jodie Curran le 16/02/2020 à 2:23

    FOLLOWING the tragic death recently of a woman in a road accident in Irvinestown, a request for a pedestrian crossing to be installed as a matter of urgency has been turned down by the roads agency. The council recently requested a puffin crossing on the Brownhill Link Road in Irvinestown following […]

  • File in Lunney case ‘half height of solicitor’
    par Jodie Curran le 16/02/2020 à 9:52

    A THREAT to directors at Quinn Industrial Holdings still remains according to gardai. It is understood directors of the Derrylin based firm recently met with Garda and were told that there was nothing to suggest that threat of an attack was reduced. Attacks on QIH have been going on for years, with […]

  • Death of leading local businessman after short illness
    par Jodie Curran le 15/02/2020 à 4:00

    TRIBUTES have been made following the death of popular businessman Roy Kells, who passed away peacefully in hospital on Sunday. The husband of Shirley and father of David, Ian, Andrew and Catherine, he was known for his clothing stores throughout the North. Speaking to the Herald, Company […]

  • Expansion plans on track as St Kevin’s keeps growing
    par Jodie Curran le 15/02/2020 à 12:30

    THINGS are finally on the move for St Kevin’s College, after a three- year halt on decision making in Stormont put a hold on major extension plans for the school. Despite this, “new hopes” have emerged since the Executive got back to business – with plans to have a […]

  • Dogs’ deaths at beach is linked to lethal poison
    par Jodie Curran le 15/02/2020 à 9:55

    DOG walkers have been urged to exercise vigilance when out and about with their dogs. In Fermanagh and Donegal dog owners have raised concerns about alleged incidents where dogs were harmed while out walking in public places. In Enniskillen members of the public have urged dog owners to be wary of […]

  • Fermanagh folk still convinced by powers of ‘the cure’
    par Linda Surphlis le 14/02/2020 à 6:03

    WHATEVER ABOUT advances in medical knowledge – and the growing interest in alternative health care – there’s still a huge interest in the age-old traditional cures. And none more so than here in Fermanagh. From sore throats to warts, to dealing with chronic pain or stemming the […]

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