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Financial Information and News
02 July 2016
H. E the Governor Mrs Lisa Phillips of St Helena has congratulated everyone involved in the hydroponics site which opened on Monday 27 June on Ascension. more »
02 July 2016
Members noted in matters arising that the survey of Camp radio services has been completed, and that the acceptable level of service needs to be agreed by MLA’s more »
02 July 2016
A Red Cross mission has arrived at the Falkland Islands ahead of commencing its task of identifying unknown soldiers killed here during the 1982 conflict between Argentina and the UK. more »
12 December 2015
The Yorkshire Post reports that Fast-Form Systems has won a £200,000 contract with the Ministry of Defence to help build three soldiers’ accommodation blocks on remote hilltop sites in the Falklands. more »
22 June 2015
Mr Speaker, Honourable Members, I would very much like to thank all the Treasury Staff for all the work they put in to preparing the budget and indeed the Policy Department and all those Directors in the Government and less of that have to contribute to the budget process. more »
15 January 2007
Fears that OPEC will cut production for the third time in four months have elped to increase the price of crude today. more »
17 August 2006
Find out what happened during this important committee meeting. more »
07 December 2005
Find out what happened during this important meeting. more »
Teaberry Express
12 December 2015
In November 2015, Members of Executive Council approved the donation of a building plot on the Sapper Hill Development to the Lighthouse Seaman’s Mission Trust... more »
08 December 2005
Islanders were concerned when they heard of Baroness Thatcher's hospitalisation on Wednesday. Photo (c) J. Brock (FINN) Baroness Thatcher and the late Dennis Thatcher in Goose Green in 1992. more »
07 December 2005
A brief run-down of South Atlantic news. more »
07 December 2005
A brief run-down of South Atlantic news more »
News from St Helena
02 July 2016
St Helena Customs & Excise apologises to passengers who disembarked the RMS yesterday for the lengthy delays in obtaining cabin baggage. more »
02 July 2016
The agenda for today’s ExCo was quite lengthy, with five items on the Open Agenda. As usual, there were also a number of important issues raised during Any Other Business. more »
02 July 2016
The Director of Environment & Natural Resources (ENRD), Trevor Graham, will be leaving St Helena with his family on Friday 1 July 2016. more »
02 July 2016
The road at New Bridge will be closed from 9am to 3pm on Wednesday 6 July 2016 to enable Connect Saint Helena Ltd to upgrade the sewage line at the General Hospital. more »
02 July 2016
A major milestone for St Helena Government was marked on Wednesday 29 June 2016, more »
The Craft of Journalism
02 August 2008
We begin in 2007 when it was decided to update "The Young Man and Journalism" by the late Chester Sanders Lord and to focus that update on what is happening to the craft in the South Atlantic Islands. more »
14 June 2008
Interested people should realise what is going to happen to them when they enter into journalism as a career. Today’s it is quite different than it was when “The Young Man and Journalism” was written. Photos (C) J. Brock (FINN) more »
03 May 2008
Chester Sanders Lord was my Great Uncle. Though he died a good 13 years before I was born we have the same passion - Journalism. more »
News Archive
21 July 2012
A possible merger of the British Antarctic Survey (BAS) with the National Oceanography Centre (NOC) was announced on June 7th by more »
13 August 2011
Staff at British Antarctic Surveys Rothera Research Station recently raised the Union flag to mark the first sighting of the sun again after several weeks of continual darkness. more »
13 August 2011
Frank Wild was one of the most experienced polar explorers of the heroic era. more »
14 May 2011
Two memorials dedicated to Britons who lost their lives in the service of science in Antarctica are unveiled this week. Since 1948, a total of 29 people have died in British Antarctic Territory, one of the most extreme, inhospitable and uncharted places on Earth. more »
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