Union supports local bid to purchase Aventas
QBRC, the local company who have made a bid for Aventas businesses have welcomed the backing of trade union Unite last week.
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Wed Mar 12, 2014
Taser use 'justified' in knife attacks
Police were justified in using Tasers during five separate incidents across Northern Ireland involving people armed with knives, the Police Ombudsman has found following investigations.
Western Trust goes smoke-free
Patients, staff and visitors to hospitals within the Western Health Trust will be asked to stub out their cigarettes from today, as it becomes the first health trust in the Province to go smoke-free.
Tue Mar 11, 2014
Scotsman appointed PSNI acting deputy chief constable
The police officer who was in charge of security at last year's G8 summit in Fermanagh has been appointed as the PSNI's acting deputy chief constable.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
Sinn Fein councillor calls for Housing Executive 'bombing'
During a Fermanagh District Council meeting last week, cllr Stephen Huggett said that Northern Ireland's strategic housing authority should have a bomb put under its headquarters because of its "abysmal record of traveller accommodation in the county."
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Fishermen rise up against Fracking in Enniskillen
Over 60 boats joined by a fleet of cars and vans sailed through the streets of Enniskillen on Saturday, March 1 in a powerful show of Fishermens antifracking solidarity.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Drilling process 'puts fishing spots at risk'
POPULAR angling spots including the River Drowes, Lough Melvin and Lough Erne are threatened by plans to extract shale gas from beneath the surface using the controversial drilling process known as fracking, a protest has been told.
Sun Mar 02, 2014
The companies involved in fracking
The Canadian firm estimates as much as 13.05 trillion cubic feet of gas could be across the "entire area", with between 1.49tcf and 3.86tcf in the "option area" where it has been exploring.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
OTR reaction: UDR man says best mate was killed in Downey-linked case
A former soldier yesterday slammed the decision to issue an 'amnesty' letter to John Downey, who has also been linked to two UDR deaths.
Tue Feb 18, 2014
PSNI overtime bill 'over 72m' for 2013
A total of A 72m of taxpayers' money was spent last year on PSNI officers working overtime across Northern Ireland, UTV can reveal.
Thu Feb 13, 2014
Tyrone the North's booze capital?
Hen and stag parties, take note, South Tyrone might be one of the best places for a pub crawl in the North.
City projects granted A 5m in 'poverty pot' awards
Over 5m from the first tranche of the Social Investment Fund poverty pot has been allocated to capital and current projects in Londonderry, it's been revealed.