Fermanagh County, Northern Ireland Newswire

Fermanagh County, Northern Ireland Newswire

Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for Fermanagh County, Northern Ireland.

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  1. Irish Premiership: Dungannon Swifts look to continue winning formRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | BBC News

    Dungannon Swifts will try to make it three league wins in a row by ending their dismal away record against Linfield at Windsor Park on Saturday. Rodney McAree's side have seen off Coleraine and Cliftonville after suffering back-to-back Premiership defeats by Glentoran and Ards.

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  2. Call to tighten bail as Fennell free to attend RoI republican rallyRead the original story

    Sunday Aug 7 | Belfast Today

    There is nothing in a top dissident's bail conditions which would prohibit him from attending republican commemorations in The Republic of Ireland as he awaits trial for alleged terror offences in Northern Ireland. One unionist MP yesterday suggested that criminal suspects who are facing "very, very serious" charges should be barred from both leaving the country or attending controversial events, following the decision this week to alter the terms of Dee Fennell's bail so he can holiday in Donegal.

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  3. Cattle thieves strike in Clogher ValleyRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Tyrone Times

    Police are appealing for witnesses following the theft of a number of cattle in the Ballyness Road area of Fivemiletown. Investigating officer Constable Finn said: "I would appeal to anyone who was in the area between these times and may have seen anything suspicious, or who has information about this incident, to contact Police on the new non-emergency number 101 and quote reference 428 of 22/08/2016 "Or, if someone would prefer to provide information without giving their details, they can contact the independent charity Crimestoppers and speak to them anonymously on 0800 555 111."

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  4. Ireland's most miserable county has been revealed - TyroneRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Tyrone Times

    Census of the Heart, a major new study on Irish well-being has found the red-hand county had the lowest emotional state. The mood in the county may have plummeted since Tyrone's exit at the All-Ireland GAA Senior Championship, but that hardly explains the surprise result.

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  5. Enniskillen Castle: New galleries and exhibition spaces openRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | BBC News

    "From a derelict building from the 1960s that was really an eyesore to visitors who entered the castle, to this new visitor centre and this wonderful floor to ceiling window; a window onto over 600 years of history," she added. The Lakelands gallery in the centre includes some of the earliest archaeological finds in Fermanagh as well as more recent discoveries during the excavation of the Drumclay Crannog .

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  6. Renewed calls for bus station to 'stop chaos'Read the original story

    Wednesday | Lurgan Today

    Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. The chairman of the promotional group Portadown 2000 has renewed the demand for "a proper bus station in Portadown, instead of the town centre being used as a shambolic free facility for Ulsterbus".

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  7. Terror suspect accused of killing prison officer has bail conditions relaxed for 'spa break'Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Independent.ie

    A terror suspect charged in connection with the murder of prison officer David Black had his bail conditions relaxed so he could go on a spa break, the Belfast Telegraph can reveal. A terror suspect charged in connection with the murder of prison officer David Black had his bail conditions relaxed so he could go on a spa break, the Belfast Telegraph can reveal.

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  8. Doctor of the traditional school was a friend and counsellor to people in all walks of lifeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 23 | The Age

    Dr Bernard Joseph Rooney, who has died in Melbourne aged 71, often remarked he had just two enemies in life - the taxman and the "TAB" man. Typically astute, this was an accurate self-reflection from a man who judged no one and who loved nothing more than a punt and a party.

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  9. Doctor of the traditional school was a friend and counsellorRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 23 | The Age

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  10. Robin Chichester Clarke was the last of the gentry that treated...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 22 | Slugger O'Toole

    Robin Chichester -Clarke, the last of the old unionist gentry to hold office in either Stormont or Westminster, died a fortnight ago at home in Norfolk at the age of 88. His elder brother Jimmy, later Lord Moyola, was Northern Ireland's penultimate prime minister in the darkening years of 1969 to 1971. Their family home was the handsome Moyola Park outside Castledawson, now a golf club.

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  11. Councillor who defected to DUP should resignRead the original story

    Sunday Aug 21 | Belfast Today

    I was shocked to learn that Daniel Allen defected to the DUP considering he was rather liberal on a range of social issues. I found it rather hilarious to read his statement, as it read eerily similar to that of Alastair Patterson, in Fermanagh and South Tyrone.

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  12. Pipe bands: Double delight for PSNI at PortrushRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 21 | Coleraine Today

    Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. The seaside town of Portrush was awash with tartan on Saturday as the North West Pipe Band Championships was held in the town.

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  13. Bobby SandsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 21 | The Daily Record

    Bobby Sands was the first of 10 Northern Irish republican hunger strikers who lost their lives in a bid to secure political status behind bars. The 27-year-old Provisional IRA member became an icon of the republican movement and a symbol of division during some of Northern Ireland's most turbulent years.

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  14. Reality of hunger striker Bobby Sands lost in the myth, says director ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 21 | The Daily Record

    Bobby Sands: 66 Days film-maker Brendan J Byrne explains how his movie sheds new light on the life and death of the hunger striker. Bobby Sands was the first of 10 Northern Irish Republican hunger strikers who lost their lives in a bid to secure political status behind bars.

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  15. Trio of UUP top brass pay tribute to 'anti-extremist' unionist veteranRead the original story

    Saturday Aug 20 | Belfast Today

    A former UUP member of the British cabinet has been praised as a staunch opponent of hardliners during the early years of the Troubles following his death. Current Ulster Unionist leader Mike Nesbitt was among a trio of senior party figures paying tribute to Robin Chichester-Clark, the former MP for Londonderry.

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  16. Castle Coole: Parkrun members launch petition to keep using estateRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 20 | BBC News

    Parkrun members in Fermanagh have launched a petition urging the National Trust to allow them to continue running on the grounds of Castle Coole. However, the National Trust in Northern Ireland has said the runs must stop, suggesting they were having an impact on conservation.

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  17. Bealham extends Connacht stayRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 19 | RTE.ie

    Ireland prop Finlay Bealham has agreed a contract extension with Connacht Rugby and the IRFU which will see the 24-year-old play at the Sportsground until at least the summer of 2019. The Australian-born player, whose grandmother is from Enniskillen, Co Fermanagh, won his first Ireland cap at this year's Six Nations.

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  18. JCSD gets bids for boiler replacement at Lack-TuscaroraRead the original story

    Thursday Aug 18 | Lewistown Sentinel

    Members of the Juniata County School District Board of School Directors met Thursday evening at Fermanagh-Mifflintown Elementary School to talk finances, including bids for boilers and fundraising contributions. During the public comment portion of the meeting, Troy Woodward took the podium to ask whether the board had received bids from Reynolds Energy Services Inc. for the replacement of boilers at Lack-Tuscarora Elementary School.

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  19. Argos criticised over distribution of Uda T-shirtsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 18 | Independent.ie

    One of the offending T-shirts featured a red clenched fist surrounded by barbed wire, along with the slogan: 'Simply the best, UFF/UDA POW, their only crime loyalty'. In 2000, Adair, 50 supporters and his Alsatian dog sported identical Ulster Freedom Fighter T-shirts bearing the slogan 'Simply the Best' at a terrorist show of strength, at which shots were fired to demonstrate "support for the Orangemen at Drumcree".

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  20. Terror victims welcome prayer vigil move from Maze to St Anne'sRead the original story

    Thursday Aug 18 | Belfast Today

    Terror victims have welcomed a change of venue for a national reconciliation event originally planned for the Maze prison - in light of the "angst and hurt" the proposal had caused them. Kenny Donaldson of Innocent Victims United said a delegation of victims had met recently with the visionary for the event, Rev David Jardine of Divine Healing Ministries, where they outlined how "hurtful" the choice of venue was, due to its strong associations with IRA hunger strikes.

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