Northern Ireland

Fermanagh District Journalist - Julian Fowler

Julian began his BBC career in local radio in York and Leeds in 1996. He arrived in Belfast in 1998 for two weeks to write Ceefax pages and has never looked back.

Julian became BBC Newsline's reporter in the West in 2005 covering news stories in Fermanagh and parts of Tyrone. He films and edits his own reports and sends them back to Broadcasting House in Belfast via the internet.

In the summer of 2009 Julian embarked on the adventure of a lifetime, sailing aboard the Europa tall ship in the trans-Atlantic challenge. Using the latest satellite broadband technology he broadcast live from the middle of the ocean and his reports from the top of the mast, 100 feet above the deck, were unmissable.

His emotional reaction to seeing Donegal after almost 3,000 nautical miles and 17 days at sea was something his colleagues won't let him forget!

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Mother of dead toddler charged with child neglect

The mother of an Enniskillen toddler who died from horrific injuries has been charged with child neglect.

Fifteen month old Millie Martin died in hospital last December.

Her mother Rachael appeared in court to face the charges.

Previous stories

September

Sex offender jailed for three years for breaching terms

Child counselling service awarded lottery funding

Outcome of Connor election challenge several weeks away

Connor election challenge "a case of sour grapes"

Connor challenges Gildernew's narrow election win

Quinn Insurance reports massive losses for last year

Fermanagh hit by flooding as river bursts its banks

August

Classic yachts take to Crom's waters

Illegal fishing threatening Fermanagh fish stocks

Boat users struggle as weather helps weeds in the water

Future for Model Primary uncertain due to listing plans

Learning disabilities group wins funding cut fight

Stormont publishes plan to reduce Fermanagh flood risk

Enniskillen airport helping local students to fly high

July

Brewing the Fermanagh monks' favourite tipple

June

Fermanagh brothers' victim speaks out

Fermanagh brothers "may have abused up to fifty victims"

May

Marble Arch Caves celebrate silver anniversary

Priest denies eleven charges of assault at Omagh court

April

Ratepayers foot bill for investigation

Ram raid robbers leave empty-handed

Thousands rally as threat looms over Quinn Insurance

Border confusion as NI police officers cross the line

Priest accused of sex abuse goes on trial in Omagh

March

Free transport scheme comes to aid of rural communities

Enniskillen taxi drivers given classes in tourist talk

February

Ballinamallard woman hits 100

Fermanagh not-spots "dangerous"

Snow girl parents acquitted

January

Deer poaching proving costly

History of the world: The conestoga wagon

Lough car prank shown on web

December 2010

Stolen cigarette case returned

Baby murder inquiry

Aftermath of Omagh fire deaths

November 2010

Counting the cost of flooding

Flooding disruption hits county

Stolen car rampage

October 2010

Omagh fire inquest is adjourned

Fintona firework attack

Private helicopter used by police

New inquest into soldier's death

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