Enniskillen, Northern Ireland Newswire

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  1. HICL Infrastructure Company Limited (LON:HICL) Raises Dividend to GBX 1.96 Per ShareRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 19 | Daily Political

    HICL Infrastructure Company Limited announced a dividend on Tuesday, July 18th, Upcoming.Co.Uk reports. Investors of record on Thursday, August 24th will be given a dividend of GBX 1.96 per share on Friday, September 29th.

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  2. Why May's Hardline Irish Friends Aren't Likely to Soften BrexitRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 4 | Bloomberg

    Democratic Unionist Party leader Arlene Foster addresses the media outside 10 Downing Street in central London on June 26, 2017. Arlene Foster was a small girl when the Irish Republican Army shot her father, a part-time policeman in Northern Ireland.

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  3. Farmer misses court date as he was 'getting the silage in'Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 4 | Independent.ie

    A farmer charged with dangerous driving failed to appear in court on Monday because rain was forecast and he had to get his silage in. A farmer charged with dangerous driving failed to appear in court on Monday because rain was forecast and he had to get his silage in.

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  4. Attempt made to set fire to ChurchRead the original story

    Monday Jul 3 | Belfast Today

    Attempts to set fire to a Church in Co Fermanagh have resulted in damage to the inside of the building, the PSNI has said. A PSNI spokesperson said: "Police are appealing for information following the report of criminal damage that was caused to a church located on Main Street in the Kinawley area."

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  5. Former mayor and mayoress visit new Air Ambulance HQRead the original story

    Thursday Jun 29 | Lisburn Today

    AANI Project Officer, Briege Mulholland; AANI Chairman, Ian Crowe; Mrs Rosalind Bloomfield and Councillor Brian Bloomfield MBE at the Air Ambuilance operational base at Maze Long Kesh. Earlier this year Lisburn & Castlereagh City Council provided planning permission for the new Air Ambulance base at the Maze Long Kesh site.

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  6. That time Bono went to war against the IRARead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 27 | New York Post

    For most successful rock bands, voicing political opinions is always risky, but criticizing your own fans for their political leanings is completely forbidden. Three decades ago, however, U2 singer Bono did both - in the same breath.

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  7. Antrim named Ireland's 'best kept large urban centre'Read the original story

    Tuesday Jun 27 | Ballymena Today

    Cllr Mervyn Rea, Doreen Muskett MBE, President of the Northern Ireland Amenity Council, Ivor McMullan, Cllr Linda Clarke, Cllr Neil Kelly, Mayor Cllr Paul Hamill, Simon Webb, Dept Agriculture, Environment & Rural Affairs, Northern Ireland and Lindsey Houston at Ireland's best kept awards 2017 where Antrim Town won the Best Kept Large Urban Centre category. MAXWELLPHOTOGRAPHY.IE The results were announced at a prestigious awards ceremony at Phoenix Park's Farmleigh House, and saw 13 towns and villages from across the island of Ireland go head-to-head for the top five awards.

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  8. Brexit could discourage Inishowen students from Derry's NWRCRead the original story

    Friday Jun 23 | Derry Today

    The chief executive of the Donegal Education and Training Board , Anne McHugh, has warned that Brexit may heap pressure on the southern education system if thousands of students who traditionally would have travelled to Derry to undetake further education at the 'Tech,' suddenly find themselves subject to prohibitive fees. Ms. McHugh, addressing the Seanad Brexit committee, warned members that southern colleges and even the Central Applications Office third level college application system could find themselves inundated if students from Inishowen and elsewhere in Donegal are hit by higher costs as EU citizens attending non-EU colleges in the North following the United Kingdom's withdrawal from the European Union.

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  9. Obama's secret struggle to punish Russia for Putin's election assaultRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 23, 2017 | Canada.com

    ... election interference. President Barack Obama meets with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Enniskillen, Northern Ireland, Monday, June 17, 2013. Obama and Putin discussed the ongoing conflict in Syria during their bilateral meeting. WASHINGTON - ...

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  10. Weekly paper review: Boat row, 'elf n safety and dressy dogsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 23, 2017 | Newsday

    There's a disturbing headline on this week's Impartial Reporter. It reports that "human remains have been discovered in a garden" in Enniskillen.

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  11. Taxpayers paying for the most expensive office space ever in BelfastRead the original story

    Jun 21, 2017 | Belfast Today

    Taxpayers are paying through the nose for a series of ill-judged deals, one of which involves the highest rent that anyone has ever paid for offices in Belfast, a BBC investigation has revealed. A BBC Spotlight programme broadcast last night set out how taxpayers will pay A 260 million this year alone for Public Finance Initiative deals, one of which even a supporter of PFI accepted was "unusual".

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  12. Irish patients to lose access to surgery services in the UKRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 20, 2017 | Independent.ie

    Patients may be less inclined to travel to mainland Europe due to longer journeys and language difficulties. Stock photo: PA Hundreds of patients in the Republic, who are availing of an EU scheme which allows them to have surgery or other treatments in Northern Ireland or in Britain, will have to travel to non-English speaking countries after Brexit.

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  13. Missing Killerton mansion may have been foundRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 20, 2017 | Daily Mail

    The mystery of the Killerton mansion is finally solved: Archaeologists discover the ruins of a stately home in Exeter that went missing 240 years ago Archaeologists believe they have found the remains of a mansion that was thought to have been lost 240 years ago in Exeter. Rumours of the Killerton mansion have circulated for many years, but no one has been able to find where the building work was located - until now.

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  14. 'Great Big Walk' to Acceptable Enterprises in LarneRead the original story

    Jun 19, 2017 | Larne Today

    The Great Big Walk came to Larne this week as part of an community spirit celebration from the Eden Project made possible with funding from the National Lottery. The Northern Ireland team of walkers that set off from Batley, West Yorkshire chose Larne and Acceptable Enterprises as one of the stops ahead of all the other towns across the province in an effort to draw attention to the outstanding work David Hunter and team to improve the community and bring people of all abilities together.

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  15. Rory Best and Steven Davis on the NI honours listRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 16, 2017 | BBC News

    Ireland rugby captain Rory Best and Northern Ireland football captain Steven Davis are among 100 people in Northern Ireland honoured by the Queen in her birthday honours list. Businessman John Cunningham, law professor Norma Dawson and Bernard McCaughey, director of rehabilitation of the Northern Ireland Prison Service, have been appointed CBEs.

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  16. Arlene Foster, DUP leaderRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 16, 2017 | Financial Times

    Four months ago, Arlene Foster's political longevity was being measured in weeks. Besieged by a public spending scandal and suffering from flu, she was miserable and cranky at the launch of her Democratic Unionist party's manifesto.

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  17. Give us billions and we'll back you, DUP tells MayRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 11, 2017 | Mail on Sunday

    Give us billions to back you, Ian Paisley party tells Theresa: DUP to demand new 'economic package' in Northern Ireland as part of deal with the Tories Theresa May will be asked to pour further billions into the Northern Ireland economy when she holds crunch talks with the DUP tomorrow. The Prime Minister is to meet party leader Arlene Foster in Downing Street in a bid to stitch together a controversial Commons partnership.

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  18. Pellet - Smart Dog Bell for Training your dogRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 9, 2017 | PR Log

    The Pellet is a digital dog bell that connects your dog to you wherever you are. Be notified instantly when your dog needs to go outside, before any nasty messes happen! ENNISKILLEN, Northern Ireland - June 9, 2017 - PRLog -- About Pellet What is the Pellet? As dogs have an instinctual urge to go to the bathroom outside, the Pellet Dog training device is designed to offer Dog owners a peaceful, hassle free means of communicating with their dog when they need to go to the toilet.

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  19. Victorian signal box points the way to the pastRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 7, 2017 | Newsday

    It slowly mouldered into the earth, its glory days as a junction box in County Tyrone long forgotten, until a chance conversation revealed its whereabouts to a railway enthusiast. And so, it began its final journey from Ballinamallard to Downpatrick in County Down and a new lease of life.

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  20. Sand dredging from Lough Neagh is making 'a mockery' of planning regimeRead the original story

    Jun 5, 2017 | Tyrone Times

    Continued unauthorised dredging of up to two million tonnes of sand a year from Lough Neagh is making a mockery of Northern Ireland's planning regime, the Court of Appeal heard today. Judgment was reserved in the group's renewed legal bid to force a halt to the practice at the UK's largest fresh water body.

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