Fermanagh, Northern Ireland Newswire

Fermanagh, Northern Ireland Newswire

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

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  1. Energy Drink-Infused Sausages - Maguire Meats Now Sells Vodka and Red ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Trend Hunter Magazine

    Maguire Meats in Northern Ireland has released a new product with a boozy twist. Its new vodka and Red Bull-infused sausages have found viral success with their unexpected flavor combination.


  2. Importance of growing resilience across provinceRead the original story

    Monday | Belfast Today

    "Allotments are absolutely fantastic, you can grow so much on a small space. Apart from that the social side of having an allotment is really great.


  3. Rock me Mama - three gifted young Irish women making country cool againRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 12 | Independent.ie

    Irish country music is revelling in a surprise revival. Forget Nathan Carter - our reporter meets three of the gifted young women making country cool again.


  4. Ulster Grand Prix: Hickman earns treble as Anstey & Harrison take Superbike winsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 12 | BBC News

    Peter Hickman clinched a superb Ulster Grand Prix treble as Bruce Anstey and Dean Harrison earned dramatic Superbike wins on an exciting day of action. Hickman won the opening Superstock and Supersport races and after being pipped by Anstey in the main Superbike race, then took a second Supersport win.


  5. English band to make history by leading Apprentice Boys paradeRead the original story

    Friday Aug 11 | Londonderry Today

    The Apprentice Boys of Derry parade tomorrow to commemorate the Relief of Londonderry will be led - for the first time - by a band from England. Believed to be the biggest parade in Northern Ireland, the annual event looks set to get bigger this year as new clubs are travelling from the UK to join the march.


  6. Matt LeBlanc enjoys racy romp with game show contestantRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 10 | Daily Mail

    How you doin'? Matt LeBlanc enjoys racy romp with wet T-shirt-wearing game show contestant in steamy series premiere of Episodes He's most notably known for his iconic role as struggling actor Joey Tribbiani in sitcom Friends, before he landed in hilarious Showtime series Episodes. And while fans of the comedy series have been patiently waiting for the fifth instalment, Matt LeBlanc is about to get viewers hot under the collar in the season premiere as he gets up, close and personal with a contestant on his character's game show.


  7. You can now buy vodka Red Bull sausagesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 10 | Metro

    If my meat memory recalls correctly, I've previously digested such taste sensations as leek and stilton, apple and fennel, and cheddar and onion. But what's weirder is the introduction of booze-infused meats.


  8. Pensioner in tears over drug trafficking chargesRead the original story

    Wednesday Aug 9 | Belfast Today

    A pensioner wept as she appeared in court on charges linked to a wider investigation into suspected multi-million pound drugs trafficking. Margaret Watters, 64, was arrested along with her 74-year-old partner Peter Lam and another man, Lin Yang, 62, after 250,000 worth of cannabis was seized in Belfast and Co Fermanagh.


  9. Tragic farm death a 'reminder of dangers'Read the original story

    Tuesday Aug 8 | Ballymena Today

    The farming community in Co Antrim has been left reeling after a man was found dead on a farm at the weekend. The Northern Ireland Ambulance Service was called to the scene shortly before 1pm.


  10. A horse's taleRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 7 | BBC News

    Almost 200 years have passed since Stephen Cassidy and his three sons struggled up to a Fermanagh precipice with their landlord's horse and nefarious intent. The 1798 Rebellion was still fresh in the memory, and the relationship between landowner and tenant farmer as fractious as ever.


  11. AOH urged to speak out over Tyrone hunger strike commemorationRead the original story

    Saturday Aug 5 | Belfast Today

    A plan to honour the republican hunger strikers alongside an important religious centenary commemoration is a "disappointing" change of direction for the Ancient Order of Hibernians , Tom Elliott has said. Former Fermanagh and South Tyrone MP Tom Elliott called on the Catholic fraternal order's leaders to reveal whether they approved of the decision to celebrate "those who murdered their own fellow Irish citizens," at the Our Lady of Fatima event in Co Tyrone next month.


  12. Mo Pitney at EnniskillenRead the original story

    Thursday Aug 3 | The Bluegrass Ireland Blog

    Thanks to writer, journalist, and Bluegrass Today contributor Richard Thompson for the news that Mo Pitney , a traditional country music singer and songwriter with a strong background in bluegrass music, will be playing two shows in Ireland later this month. Richard shares the news as he knows that some bluegrass enthusiasts love traditional country music as well.


  13. Red Bull and vodka sausages are now a thingRead the original story

    Thursday Aug 3 | IcNetwork

    The boozy bangers are part of a string of alcohol-infused sausages from Northern Ireland that include gin and tonic and pear cider flavours. Maguire Meats in Co.


  14. Will snipes race again in Fermanagh?Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 1 | Newsday

    Half a century ago, the waters of Lough Erne in County Fermanagh were the weekend playground of the well-to-do. Their craft of choice was the snipe.


  15. Fr Sean McManus: The News Letter is wrong to imply that Scots Irish...Read the original story

    Tuesday Aug 1 | Belfast Today

    Your editorial claims that US Senator Mitch McConnell is partial to England's control of the North/Northern Ireland. For the record, your readers should know this: in one of the early congressional hearings on the International Fund for Ireland, I sat in front of Senator McConnell as he expressed certain reservations about the fund, among them this memorable one: that it would only further subsidise British occupation of Northern Ireland! Needless to say - although I supported the fund given certain conditions, which we had attached to the legislation - Senator McConnell's comments warmed my Fermanagh heart.


  16. SDLP and unionist councillors united in protest over Enniskillen bomb remarksRead the original story

    Saturday Jul 29 | Belfast Today

    Nationalist councillors have joined unionists in calling for a Sinn Fein council chairman to apologise over comments he made about the Enniskillen Remembrance Day bombing. Ulster Unionist, DUP and SDLP councillors staged a walkout of a Fermanagh and Omagh District Council meeting on Thursday evening after demanding an apology from Cllr Stephen McCann.


  17. Councillors walk out of meeting over Sinn Fein Enniskillen remarksRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 28 | The Belfast Telegraph

    DUP, UUP and SDLP councillors have walked out of a council meeting in protest at the Sinn Fein chairman's controversial comments about the Enniskillen bomb. DUP, UUP and SDLP councillors have walked out of a council meeting in protest at the Sinn Fein chairman's controversial comments about the Enniskillen bomb.


  18. Council walk-out over Stephen McCann Enniskillen bomb commentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 27 | BBC News

    DUP, UUP and SDLP councillors have walked out of a council meeting in Fermanagh after the council's Sinn Fein chairman refused to withdraw comments he made about the Enniskillen bomb. In an interview with the Impartial Reporter earlier this month, Councillor Stephen McCann refused to condemn the 1987 IRA bombing.


  19. Enniskillen bomb memorial to be unveiled on 30th anniversary of IRA attackRead the original story

    Wednesday Jul 26 | Belfast Today

    A memorial to the victims of the 1987 Enniskillen Poppy Day bomb is to be erected at the site of the atrocity. The project, which is planned to be unveiled on the 30th anniversary of the attack this year, will be the culmination of years of dedication and hard work by victims' group the Ely Centre.


  20. Appeal to find missing and 'vulnerable' Bob MaherRead the original story

    Wednesday Jul 26 | Belfast Today

    Police and the family of missing 77-year-old Bob Maher from Fermanagh are becoming increasingly concerned for his welfare. PSNI Inspector Keir Kitt said Mr Maher who "is described as vulnerable and can get confused easily was last seen at approximately 6pm yesterday, Tuesday, 25 July in the Belle Isle area of Fermanagh".