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# enniskillen

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Dublin man in court over altercation at National Party political conference
The man was charged with possessing a hammer and faces further charges of attempted grievous bodily harm with intent.
Four people taken to hospital after 'altercation' at conference in Enniskillen
The PSNI arrested a 34-year-old man on suspicion of criminal damage and possession of an offensive weapon in a public place.
Taoiseach lays wreath at Remembrance ceremony in Enniskillen
The UK’s Northern Ireland Secretary and the head of the Northern Irish civil service also attended.
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Man arrested over killing of John Paul McDonagh in Fermanagh
The 18-year-old died following an altercation in Enniskillen on Saturday night.
Murder inquiry launched after 18-year-old dies in Fermanagh
The man had been taken to hospital after he was seriously injured during an altercation in Enniskillen on Saturday night.
Missiles thrown at police after group attempts to start fire on road in Enniskillen
The PSNI arrested a 21-year-old man on suspicion of a number of offences including arson and criminal damage.
Unbeaten Fermanagh stay on course for promotion to Division 1 as Clare face relegation battle
Three points separated the sides in Enniskillen today.
Judge allows extradition of John Downey in relation to 1972 murder of UDR soldiers
John Downey told detectives he believed “it was the DUP and not the DPP” who decided to prosecute him.
Schoolboy who took upskirt pictures of teachers found guilty of 'outraging public decency'
The teenager apologised for the “distress, worry and pain” he had caused.
'Rugby's always been my number one' - Dane looks to take chance in Italy
The Ulster scrum-half came through the ranks in Enniskillen to make her debut this year.
7s, 15s and Chemical Engineering - Enniskillen's Boles balancing the books
The 20-year-old back row made her debut in the Six Nations two weekends ago.
21-year-old academy wing Baloucoune taking his chances with Ulster
The Enniskillen man has shone for Ulster in the Heineken Cup over the past fortnight.
Family pay tribute to 'incredible personality' of woman murdered in Fermanagh as man appears in court
Pauline Kilkenny’s body was found in her isolated home earlier this week, where she was stabbed 30 times.
Woman in her 20s arrested as part of Fermanagh murder probe
It follows a man in his 20s also being arrested in connection with the crime yesterday.
Alleged IRA bomber told gardaí he believed 'DUP and not the DPP' decided to charge him over 1972 bombing
The 66-year-old appeared before the High Court in Dublin today.
Breathtaking Donegal score 9-21 to secure back-to-back Ulster titles
It was a one-sided affair at Brewster Park on Sunday as Donegal secured a landslide win against Armagh.
Pictures: New memorial marks 30 years since an IRA bomb tore Enniskillen asunder
The Remembrance Day bombing of 8 November 1987 claimed 11 lives, and injured 63 others.
Man charged with attempted murder of six-month-old baby boy in Fermanagh
The 21-year-old will appear in court in Omagh today.
Missing woman believed to have been camping along Irish border has been found
The woman was reported missing on Monday.
Man killed in single car accident in Co Fermanagh
The man’s Peugeot 306 came off the Sligo Road outside the town just before 1pm this afternoon.
Woman dies after house fire in Enniskillen
A man who was also in the house is being treated in hospital.
Some visitors to this hospital 'urinated in lifts' and 'defecated on toilet floors'
The incidents took place at Enniskillen’s South West Acute Hospital after the death of a patient there.
Seven dogs and six pups die in mysterious shed fire
Police are investigating whether the fire was deliberate.
Fresh appeal to catch those who killed Constable Ronan Kerr four years ago
The PSNI has renewed its appeal for information.
Tributes paid as 13-year-old injured during school incident dies in hospital
Oisín McGrath was injured at St Michael’s College in Enniskillen on Monday.
Ceremonies remember the First World War's fallen men and women
The Taoiseach, Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs will all attend ceremonies today to mark Remembrance Day.
Victim of Enniskillen Bombing: 'I remember running around as if it was a horror movie'
Stephen Gault was just 18 when he was injured in the bomb. His father Samuel, who had been standing next to him, was killed instantly.
Man in hospital with serious head injuries following overnight crash in Enniskillen
A 18-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of a number of motoring offences
Body of man recovered from Lough Erne after boat capsizes
A boat containing six passengers capsized in the lough yesterday – five of the men were rescued last night.
Police appealing for help in finding man missing from Fermanagh
Jonathan Cole was reportedly spotted in Amsterdam last week.
Gardaí arrest man over fatal Fermanagh hit-and-run
The PSNI are continuing to appeal for information from anyone who witnessed suspicious activity around the time of the incident in the Tullychurry Road area.
Two men escape after ditching light aircraft in Lough Erne
Two men who were flying the aircraft are not believed to be injured.
Man faces attempted murder charge over Tyrone stabbings
One man was stabbed in the head and another several times in the body in two linked attacks yesterday. A 23-year-old has been charged.
Interview: The arts have a unique ability to dissolve hostility
Festival director Sean Doran talks about hosting the world’s largest multi-arts festival in a small town in Co Fermanagh, and how the arts can melt away tensions in Northern Ireland.
Winona Ryder "saddened" at having to cancel Irish festival appearance
The actress was due to appear at the International Beckett Festival but had to pull out due to a sudden bereavement.
This is what the G8 leaders ate for dinner last night
Beef or salmon? (Kidding, kind of.)
G8 exposes rift among leaders on Syria
US President Barack Obama has indicated a wish to arm the rebels in Syria.
Infographic: This is how much the UK thinks an EU-US trade deal could be worth
World leaders hope to make significant progress on discussions about such a deal at the summit in Lough Erne today and tomorrow.
Anti G8 protests take place in Belfast
A crowd of 1,500 protesters took to the streets of Belfast today to march against the G8 Summit.