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A company that plans to use fracking to extract natural gas in County Fermanagh has said it has obtained an injunction to prevent unlawful access to a quarry.
The New Yiddish Rep's crowd-pleasing world premiere of Samuel Beckett 's "Waiting for Godot" in Yiddish, a surprise hit of the 2013-14 season, opens the 7th annual Origin's 1st Irish Festival in September.
In this week's episode, Joe makes the first of two visits to the picturesque village of Caledon in Co Tyrone, once a 19th century hive of construction and industry, and now restored to its former Georgian glory.
A delegation of Sinn FA©in representatives has this morning visited the site of an anti-fracking protest near Belcoo.
The man who brought an opera to Britain's biggest rock festival is using the enigmatic plays of Samuel Beckett to lure tourists back to a town better known for one of Northern Ireland's worst 'Troubles'.
The Department of Health said the Royal Victoria Hospital's 12-hour target performance had "declined notably" from April to June The 12-hour waiting time target for Northern Ireland A&E units was breached more than 700 times between April and June, according to the latest figures.
The protest took place on Monday evening at a site near Belcoo, where a shale gas exploration company has announced plans to drill an exploratory borehole to collect rock samples.
The company has said it is the first stage of exploration for natural gas in Fermanagh, the result of which will determine whether they will go to the second stage.
Joe spends some time on the tiny island of Cleenish in Upper Lough Erne in Co Fermanagh.
Heartbroken Lloyd discovers the truth. Will Tracy and Deirdre stand by Peter? Dennis worms his way into Rita's affections.
The judge at Dungannon Magistrates Court said the given the circumstances of the case, police should have left bail decisions to a court A judge has criticised the police for releasing a domestic violence suspect on bail, despite him being accused of a violent attack on his partner's home.
Thomas Bullock, 53, a part-time UDR member, and his wife Emily, 50 were shot dead by an IRA gang in their Derrylin farmhouse in 1972.
In this June 17, 2013, file photo, President Barack Obama meets with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Enniskillen, Northern Ireland.
Updated: Sat Jul 26, 2014 06:04 am
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