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fermanagh / environment / opinion/analysis Saturday August 09, 2014 18:14 by None   text 3 comments (last - sunday august 10, 2014 22:23)   image 10 images
Belcoo was awoken at 5 in the morning on the July 21st to the invasion of Tamboran.
It wasn't until later that morning that the frackers had the 'courtesy' to send local residence notice of their occupation of a nearby quarry. Immediately a demonstration outside the quarry gates was organized for that evening.
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fermanagh / environment / press release Wednesday July 30, 2014 22:32 by geaireland   image 2 images   video 1 video file
Good Energies Alliance Ireland (GEAI) views the latest developments where preparations for shale gas exploratory drilling has begun in Belcoo as a National, not local issue.

Dr Aedin McLoughlin, Director GEAI, expressed extreme dismay. “Make no mistake about it – any exploratory drilling, with or without hydraulic fracturing, is part of the overall fracking process,” she said. “An exploratory well without hydraulic fracturing leads to more wells with “test fracks”, leading to full fracking as shale gas is extracted. In Belcoo, the first stage is starting, with the industry bleating their mantra, “This is only drilling, it’s not fracking!” When is fracking not fracking? When the industry wants to hide what is obvious – that a good result from this first exploratory well could lead on to more wells and more wells and a full-scale fracking operation with all its environmental and social issues.” read full story / add a comment
GO VEGAN...
fermanagh / animal rights / opinion/analysis Monday November 09, 2009 16:29 by Bernie Wright   text 5 comments (last - wednesday november 11, 2009 03:34)   image 2 images
Hotelier plans to throw turkeys off tower to see if they fly ...
This was the brainchild of a hotelier Joe Mahon who now wanted to throw turkeys from a 100ft roof for fun to see if they can fly. It’s a stunt for publicity by this sick bumkin in Fermanagh.
However as he now says he never said 'live' in his news release he insists he is using toy turkeys.

Response received from Joe Mahon-
This is the response several folk have had from Joe Mahon -

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fermanagh / rights, freedoms and repression / press release Thursday July 30, 2009 15:30 by PRO   text 4 comments (last - sunday august 02, 2009 21:54)
éirígí general secretary Breandán MacCionnaith has expressed deep concern at the activities of the British army in Fermanagh after it emerged they had been involved in the recent harassment of people in the county. read full story / add a comment
fermanagh / rights, freedoms and repression / news report Saturday July 11, 2009 20:01 by Le Chéile Saor   text 6 comments (last - tuesday july 14, 2009 01:24)
I.R.A Continue To Resist Occupation. read full story / add a comment
fermanagh / miscellaneous / press release Thursday April 30, 2009 18:21 by Richard Walsh
Residents in the Roslea area of County Fermanagh received a questionnaire on Thursday morning, 30th April, asking for recipients to inform on who they have seen using a public telephone box in the village from the 2nd through to the 12th April. read full story / add a comment
fermanagh / miscellaneous / press release Monday April 13, 2009 18:30 by Richard Walsh   text 3 comments (last - tuesday april 14, 2009 13:25)
Attendees at an Easter Commemoration in County Fermanagh were assaulted by the RUC whilst leaving the event. The commemoration, which had been organised by the Republican Movement, was held in Roslea on Easter Monday.
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fermanagh / miscellaneous / press release Friday October 24, 2008 19:53 by Richard Walsh   text 2 comments (last - tuesday october 28, 2008 16:39)
The Provos have been asked why they are protecting an informer whilst accusing agents provocateur of being active within the Republican Movement. read full story / add a comment
fermanagh / miscellaneous / press release Monday August 18, 2008 23:09 by Richard Walsh   text 5 comments (last - wednesday august 20, 2008 23:23)
RSF have urged people not to collaborate with the RUC. read full story / add a comment
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fermanagh / politics / elections / press release Friday August 15, 2008 18:13 by Fermanagh abu!   text 1 comment (last - wednesday august 20, 2008 17:12)   image 1 image   video 1 video file
Ogra Shinn Fein have produced a youth election broadcast for the upcoming by election in Enniskillen on Wednesday 17 September.

The youth electon broadcast urges young people from the relevant electoral ward to come out and vote for Sinn Fein’s candidate Debbie Coyle and visualises the advances that Sinn Fein have made in recent times.

It also includeds a number of short interviews with Mary Lou McDonald MEP and Fermanagh/South Tyrone MP Michelle Gildernew.

And it traces the strong legacy of republican candidates being elected in Fermanagh, most notably, the election of Bobby Sands MP, whilst on Hungerstrike in 1981.
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fermanagh / miscellaneous / press release Monday August 11, 2008 21:28 by Richard Walsh
The DUP's Gregory Campbell has been questioned about the removal of the National Flag in County Fermanagh. read full story / add a comment
fermanagh / miscellaneous / press release Friday July 18, 2008 17:18 by Richard Walsh   text 7 comments (last - sunday july 20, 2008 00:40)
RSF have welcomed the release of three men arrested in County Fermanagh on Thursday morning. read full story / add a comment
fermanagh / miscellaneous / press release Thursday July 17, 2008 14:34 by Richard Walsh   text 2 comments (last - friday july 18, 2008 17:59)
Republican Sinn Féin have condemned raids and arrests in Co. Fermanagh this morning. read full story / add a comment
fermanagh / rights, freedoms and repression / press release Monday February 11, 2008 19:36 by Richard Walsh
RSF have welcomed the acquittal of a Fermanagh Republican on false charges. read full story / add a comment
fermanagh / worker & community struggles and protests / press release Tuesday December 11, 2007 07:39 by .   text 8 comments (last - sunday january 06, 2008 15:41)   1 attached file
In the latest round in the struggle over Classroom Assistant job evaluation in Northern Ireland NIPSA has called for ICTU to carry out an inquiry in to the process that led to an offer from management been accepted by the trade unions.

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fermanagh / miscellaneous / feature Wednesday February 28, 2007 15:58 by Terry   text 121 comments (last - friday january 20, 2012 15:32)   image 1 image
Arch-Catholic, novelist, ally of Justin Barrett, former I.R.A. volunteer, and failed gun runner Gerry McGeough is standing in the Northern Ireland Assembly elections on a traditional republican platform in the Fermanagh/South Tyrone constituency. read full story / add a comment
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