Fermanagh, Northern Ireland Newswire (Page 3)

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  1. 'Birdman of the Gobbins' who was once nearly eaten by a crocodileRead the original story

    Thursday Mar 30 | Carrickfergus Today

    There are not too many locals who can say they have seen the Philippine Eagle, one of the rarest birds in the world, in its native habitat. George has worked in conservation on several continents during his career, and admits to having fallen in love with the Philippines, where he spent 14 years.

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  2. Eulogising of McGuinness has re-traumatised victims, says man whose brother was murdered by the IRARead the original story

    Wednesday Mar 29 | Belfast Today

    Ken Funston during a Memorial Day to the victims of terrorist attacks in the Senate Chamber in Parliament Buildings, Stormont on March 13 2017. Colm Lenaghan/Pacemaker Press My brother Ronnie was murdered on the Fermanagh border on March 13 1984, targeted by local people and the act carried out by the IRA.

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  3. Help PSNI combat killing of protected peregrinesRead the original story

    Wednesday Mar 29 | Midulster Today

    Peregrine falcons are being shot, trapped, poisoned and having their offspring stolen - and the police need your help to stop the persecution of the protected species. The PSNI has reaffirmed its commitment to combating wildlife crime by joining the UK-wide "Peregrine Watch" following the successful launch of Operation Raptor in March 2016.

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  4. Troubles eclipsed optimism of UK joining Common Market in 1973Read the original story

    Wednesday Mar 29 | Belfast Today

    While the newspaper headlines in Britain screamed 'Europe here we come!' on the day the of the UK's entry into the Common Market, the new dawn optimism was not reflected on the Troubles dominated News Letter front page. The date was January 1, 1973, when the statisticians would record almost 500 Troubles deaths in the previous 12 months - an unwelcome statistic that would remain by far the worst annual death toll for the duration of the violence.

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  5. Comment: What does Brexit mean for the GAA?Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 28 | Independent.ie

    NO matter how you might feel about the issue of Brexit, we should all be gravely concerned about the consequences on a number of fronts. NO matter how you might feel about the issue of Brexit, we should all be gravely concerned about the consequences on a number of fronts.

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  6. David Sterling: The civil servant holding Stormont's purse stringsRead the original story

    Tuesday Mar 28 | Newsday

    That's the verdict from a former colleague of the civil servant who now effectively controls the purse strings in Northern Ireland. In the absence of a sitting executive, it is perhaps fitting that the man now in control of a budget of more than 10bn is called Sterling.

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  7. The deadline that wasn't: Elliott hits out over talksRead the original story

    Monday Mar 27 | Belfast Today

    The fact that Monday's supposed deadline for a talks solution has been "bursted" will do nothing for the reputation of the Province's politicians, according to a UUP MP. Tom Elliott, who had hit out on Sunday at what he claimed was a highly disorganised talks process, said on Monday night that the secretary of state "was weak in letting the talks drift along", and that he now "needs to take a grip of the situation".

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  8. Tragic Kirsty will always have a special place in our heartsRead the original story

    Sunday Mar 26 | Belfast Today

    Fermanagh teenager Kirsty Clarke, who died earlier this year, battled serious illness and came from a family that lost four members in the Troubles. Her parents tell NIALL DEENEY of their grief, and of their pride in all she achieved in her short life The heartbroken parents of a Fermanagh teenager known for her resilience, kindness and generosity before her untimely death, have spoken lovingly of their daughter for the first time since her passing.

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  9. Victims' anger as their champion goes to McGuinness funeralRead the original story

    Mar 24, 2017 | Belfast Today

    The niece of a couple brutally murdered by the IRA has criticised Northern Ireland's Victims' Commissioner for her attendance at Martin McGuinness's funeral. Victims and Survivors Commissioner Judith Thompson attended the late IRA commander's funeral in Londonderry on Thursday, while a service was being held in Lisnaskea, Co Fermanagh to remember those killed and injured at the hands of the IRA.

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  10. Terror victims attend their own service as McGuinness buriedRead the original story

    Mar 24, 2017 | Belfast Today

    A Church of Ireland minister who was twice bereaved by the IRA was among those leading a service on Thursday which focused solely on those hurt by the violence of the Troubles. It was organised to coincide with the day of Martin McGuinness's funeral, and Rev Alan Irwin suggested many paramilitary victims may well have looked upon that spectacle with a kind of "disgust" - or may not even have been able to bring themselves to watch it.

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  11. Prayer service for 'innocent victims' held in FermanaghRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 23, 2017 | BBC News

    Relatives of those killed by the IRA, including in the Enniskillen bomb and Claudy bomb took part in the service. A minute's silence was held beside a memorial in the grounds of Holy Trinity Church of Ireland as a mark of respect for "innocent victims of terrorism".

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  12. McGuinness has taken Enniskillen secrets to his graveRead the original story

    Mar 21, 2017 | Belfast Today

    File photo dated 08/11/12 of Stephen Gault, the son of an IRA bombing victim killed in one of the most notorious atrocities in Northern Ireland's troubled history, who has said he cannot forgive Martin McGuinness for his terrorist past. Martin McGuinness has taken secrets about the Poppy Day bombing in Eniskillen to his grave, relatives of the victims said today.

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  13. Come back as 'caretaker leader', ex-UUP chairman urges Tom ElliottRead the original story

    Mar 21, 2017 | Belfast Today

    A former chairman of the Ulster Unionist Party has urged Tom Elliott to come back as leader, even if on a temporary basis - but Mr Elliott has ruled out such a move. David Campbell, who was chairman from 2005 to 2012, first floated the idea of Mr Elliott returning as leader two weeks ago and Mr Elliott gave no indication that he intended to take such a course.

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  14. Catholic population set to dwarf Protestants in years aheadRead the original story

    Mar 18, 2017 | Derry Today

    This chart represents children aged four and under in 2011. It asks a different question to the chart left: parents were asked what religion they were, or were being brought up in.

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  15. Destroyed Fermanagh boilers had generated A 170k in RHI subsidiesRead the original story

    Mar 17, 2017 | Belfast Today

    A Fermanagh business that had eight biomass boilers destroyed in a fire two months ago had received more than 170,000 in subsidies through RHI . Firefighters from Enniskillen, Lisnaskea and Irvinestown spent more than five hours tackling the fire in the early hours of January 6. The PSNI said it had been aware of the NIFRS operation at the premises at the time but that there was "no requirement for police to attend" the scene.

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  16. JC citizens: Keep small schoolsRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 16, 2017 | Lewistown Sentinel

    Severe winter weather conditions canceled classes, but the Juniata County School District Board of Directors trekked to Mifflintown for its monthly voting meeting. If approved, the district would move all elementary students into two renovated and expanded buildings at each end of the county; Lack-Tuscarora Elementary School is the only building excluded from the plan.

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  17. Newspaper review: Virtual reality border and mistaken identitiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 16, 2017 | BBC News

    A digital Irish border, mental health issues, the future of Mike Nesbitt and more violence in Carrickfergus make the front pages on Thursday. It says there are plans for a post-Brexit digital border, with high-tech equipment ensuring a soft border with no checkpoints.

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  18. North West 200 2017: Ryan Farquhar to back Lee Johnston in Supertwins classRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 15, 2017 | BBC News

    Ryan Farquhar will provide a Supertwins machine for Lee Johnston to race at this year's North West 200 in May. Farquhar unveiled his team's new ER6 Kawasaki painted in the colours of the Northern Ireland Air Ambulance service at the launch of this year's event. Farquhar, who was airlifted to hospital after crashing in 2016, will debut the bike at the NW, with Johnston on board.

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  19. Henry put in 'isolation' by school over haircutRead the original story

    Mar 15, 2017 | Belfast Today

    The mother of a boy disciplined at a Co Fermanagh grammar school for his choice of haircut, a traditional short, back and sides, has criticised the school's "1900s style" approach. Sandra Miskimmin said the punishment given to her son, 14-year-old Henry, by Enniskillen Royal Grammar School was unnecessarily harsh and inappropriate, given her son's "respectable" haircut.

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  20. Nottingham to celebrate St Patrick's Day on... St Patrick's DayRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 15, 2017 | Nottingham Evening Post

    Nottingham's St Patrick's Day Festival and Parade is now in its 18th year. So when is it, what's happening and what is the route of the Parade? Here's all you need to know... Wrong.

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