In excess of 600 Orangemen in Fermanagh, a third of the order’s membership there, took part in the survey, as did a further 161 members of the public. Photograph: The Irish Times

Just 10 per cent of Orangemen in Co Fermanagh would attend a GAA match while 73.8 per cent said they would not do so, according to a new survey. Simil(...)

2014 was a particularly bad year on the roads in Northern Ireland with 79 people losing their lives.

This is a data blog guest post by Kathryn Torney, from the Detail: 2014 was a particularly bad year on the roads in Northern Ireland with 79 people lo(...)

Sixteen people lost their lives on Fermanagh’s roads in the last two years, making it the area in Northern Ireland with the highest death toll from(...)

Greentown Environmental specialises in the treatment and eradication of invasive and potentially noxious weeds and currently treats 27,000km of footpaths. Photograph: Jack McManus

Weeding out niggling problems is not unusual for ambitious, budding businesses. But Fermanagh entrepreneur John Ross Armstrong might stand a better ch(...)

Brian Cuthbert: resigned following Cork’s qualifier defeat to Kildare in Thurles. Photograph: Donall Farmer/Inpho

On reading the statement issued on Monday, you would be entitled to wonder did someone on the Cork executive sit down and say to themselves: ‘How do w(...)

A Fermanagh fan cheers on her team during Sunday’s quarter-final against Dublin in Croke Park. “They were 10 points down with 15 minutes go to and you would think they were the team winning.” Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho.

I found what happened in Croke Park this weekend to be eerie and genuinely disturbing. It made me fear for the game. The gap between the elite coun(...)

Pilgrims at the summit of Croagh Patrick, Co Mayo, on Sunday. The annual climb takes place every year on the last Sunday in July. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

When high winds whisked the glass oratory off the tiny church on Croagh Patrick’s summit, John Cummins knew the mountain was in trouble. Cummins, who (...)

Residents from Leitrim protesting outside the Dáil in 2012 against fracking in their area. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times.

A Leitrim-based anti-fracking organisation has called on landowners to consider refusing access to the Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies (DIAS) fo(...)

The ink is dry at last on the rumoured £8 million deal for Northern Ireland’s only five-star golf resort

It has taken the best part of a year to finalise, but the ink is finally dry on the rumoured £8 million deal for Northern Ireland’s only five-star gol(...)

The five-star, 600-acre property sits on its own peninsula between the shorelines of Lough Erne and Castle Hume Lough, close to Enniskillen

Northern Ireland’s only five star resort has been sold for an estimated €11 million to a group of US investors led by financier Michael Saliba, it was(...)