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Kesh and Enniskillen schools to amalgamateKesh and Enniskillen schools to amalgamate
Wednesday, 25th February 2004

The present Vice-principal of the Duke of Westminster School in Kesh, Mervyn Walker, will assume his new position as Principal of the newly formed Devenish College in September this year. The college ... Read On >>

Brookeborough on the moveBrookeborough on the move
Tuesday, 17th February 2004

The non-drivers of Brookeborough will no longer have to be dependent on other people for lifts into Enniskillen following the introduction of a new bus service traveling through the Coonian and Brooke... Read On >>

Couple killed in Killyveagh road accidentCouple killed in Killyveagh road accident
Monday, 9th February 2004

An elderly couple were killed after their car hit a fallen tree in Killyveagh, County Fermanagh yesterday.

Seventy-four-year-old Joe and 68-year-old Una Leonard were driving along the main road fr... Read On >>

Mummers ball in AughakillymaudeMummers ball in Aughakillymaude
Saturday, 7th February 2004

The annual Fermanagh Mummers Ball is taking place this weekend in Aughakillymaude Community Centre and providing the music for the evening will be Benny Gomiskey and his family as well as the Mountain... Read On >>

£13,000 fines for illegal fuel use£13,000 fines for illegal fuel use
Friday, 6th February 2004

Fines totalling £13,000 have been imposed for the use of illegal fuel during a two day police and customs clampdown in the west of Northern Ireland.

Customs officials confirmed that 24 vehicles ou... Read On >>

Graan priest crosses religious divideGraan priest crosses religious divide
Friday, 30th January 2004

Father Brian D'Arcy, the Rector at The Graan outside Enniskillen, was last week invited to preach in the Church of Ireland Rossorry Parish Church, the first time that such an event has taken place in ... Read On >>

Shaky building leads to street closureShaky building leads to street closure
Monday, 19th January 2004

The façade of a building on Townhall Street in Enniskillen had to be shored up last week after fears were expressed that it might collapse onto the street. Most of the building, formerly Gannon's TV a... Read On >>

Bell rings for Enniskillen man
Monday, 12th January 2004

A former pupil of St Michael's College in Enniskillen last week had the honour of ringing the opening bell at the New York Stock Exchange. Hugh McManus has been living in the US for the past twenty ye... Read On >>

Five stars for Tourism amenity
Monday, 5th January 2004

According to Charlotte Wilson of the Tourism Information Centre in Enniskillen, caretaker Lilias Pinkney can take the credit for the centre's toilet facilities having achieved five stars in the 2003 L... Read On >>

Man doused with petrol during robbery
Wednesday, 31st December 2003

A man was doused with petrol by a gang during an armed robbery at his home near Enniskillen last night.

The victim was tied up with his partner and beaten by two masked men who forced their way in... Read On >>

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