5 hrs ago
Five hospitalised following Fermanagh crash
Five people have been taken to hospital following a serious single vehicle crash in Enniskillen, Co Fermanagh in the early hours of this morning.
7 hrs ago
Man critical after Enniskillen crash
Five people, one of whom suffered serious head injuries, have been taken to hospital after a car crashed at a roundabout in Enniskillen in the early hours of Saturday morning.
Fri Aug 22, 2014
NI's political leaders pay their last respects to Sam Foster
St Macartin's Cathedral in Enniskillen yesterday was filled with some of the biggest names in Northern Ireland politics as they paid their last respects to former Stormont minister Sam Foster.
Fermanagh farm couple have paid A 80k fine - but still owe A 37k interest
A Fermanagh farmer, the first person to be jailed in Northern Ireland for illegal dumping, on Friday paid back his share of 80,000 by way of confisication.
Anti fracking protests continue in Belcoo
The protests against the possible use of hydraulic fracturing in Co Fermanagh continued this weekend, albeit in an unusual format, as an enthusiastic crowd met to make a stand against fracking through song in Belcoo on Sunday.
Thu Aug 21, 2014
86-year-old man missing from Derry
The Police Service of Northern Ireland has appealed to members of the public to help them locate 86-year-old William Doherty, who has been missing from his home in Derry since yesterday afternoon.
Tue Aug 19, 2014
More bike trails for the Sperrins, after success of Davagh
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Tributes have been paid to UUP Environment Minister Sam Foster who died this morning.
The 82-year-old who represented Fermanagh in the assembly was a former chairman of Fermanagh District Council and served as a major in the Ulster Defence Regiment.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
Relief for local community but they vow fight will continue
Big smiles from Tom White, Eddie Mitchell, Dianne Little and Tanya Jonnes at the decision by Minister Durkan not to drill in Belcoo.
UUP and Sinn Fein oppose proposals for new RoI time zone
Proposals in Dublin to move the Republic of Ireland to a different time zone are "ludicrous", a former Ulster Unionist leader has said.
Sun Aug 17, 2014
Welsh rally co-driver expected to make a full recovery after fatal collision that killed his driver
Dai Roberts, 28, was airlifted to hospital in Belfast after the collision at the Ulster Rally which killed 20-year-old driver Timothy Cathcart A Welsh rally co-driver is expected to make a full recovery after a crash in Northern Ireland on Friday which killed his driver.
Woman seriously injured in Co Fermanagh crash
A woman in her 20s has sustained serious injuries in a two-vehicle collision at the Boa Island Road, Belleek this morning.
Sat Aug 16, 2014
New Rector and Dean for Dromore Cathedral is welcomed
He was instituted as rector by Bishop Harold Miller and installed as dean by the Chancellor, Revd Canon Robert Howard at a service in the Cathedral on Wednesday August 6. At the service the Rt Revd Ferran Glenfield, Bishop of Kilmore, Elphin and Ardagh, with whom Bryan was a student reader in Kill O' The Grange, gave the address.
Fri Aug 15, 2014
Rally driver killed and another airlifted to hospital after crash
Timothy Cathcart, 20 and from Fermanagh, was killed during a race stage yesterday afternoon while his co-driver Dai Roberts was hospitalised.
Lesser Spotted Ulster
Joe Mahon visits the Waterworks, a paradise of lakes and parkland in Belfast, where he finds out about its history and the war over the site in the 1850s.
NI racer killed at Ulster Rally named
Timothy Cathcart, who was 20 and from Enniskillen, died after his car left the road during Special Stage 3 of the event on Friday.
Competitor killed in rally crash
A competitor taking part in the Ulster Rally in County Fermanagh has been killed in a crash on Friday afternoon.
Teens bailed over Florence Court arson
Four teenage boys have been bailed over an arson attack which destroyed a thatched garden house at the National Trust owned Florence Court estate in Enniskillen.
NI Minister rules against permitted development
It's a thumbs up for the decision not to drill in Belcoo from Eddie Mitchell, Love Leitrim, Stephanie and Deirdre Corrigan and Brendan Sweeney.
Teens arrested over Florence Court arson
Four teenage boys have been arrested after a property at the National Trust owned Florence Court estate in Enniskillen was destroyed in an arson attack.