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This weekend St Helena welcomed the participants and speakers who will take part in the 2019 St Helena conference. This is the second St Helena International conference and this years regional conference will focus on the Natural Capital of the South Atlantic from the 11th to the 15th March 2019. The 2019 conference which is […]

What does a Wine Exhibition in Groot Constantia, Cape Town have to do with St Helena? These are the questions I seek to answer in my quest for discovery, come journey with me, from my experiences at the airport, to full coverage of the wine exhibition in Cape Town. My expedition would not have been […]

British territories around the Atlantic Ocean are soon to begin minting their own versions of the 12-sides British pound coin, reports the Accountancy Daily website. St Helena and Ascension will add their own design to blank coins supplied by the Royal Mint, it says. The new coins will share space in the purse with Island […]

James Herne and his family sailed their 38 foot Carpe Diem proudly over the finished line tonight and completed the 2018 Cape to St Helena race, we are home said Hannah. “what a memorable moment for James Hannah and their family” Also on board is an additional crew member Rob who raced with them from […]

With westerly winds blowing lightly and fluctuating from about 12 knots across Table bay in Cape town, fifteen yachts gracefully sailed of the start line at around 14.00 local time this afternoon to begin the 2018 Cape to St Helena race. Some of the yachts taking up their position are familiar with this passage, as they had participated […]

It was only a few weeks ago many supporters, friends and family gathered at the landing steps in Jamestown St Helena to wave farewell to the crew of the yacht Carpe Diem who was about to set sail on a 1700-mile journey to Cape town to prepare for 2018 Cape to St Helena yacht race. […]

On Friday the 26th February a very unusual visitor approached St Helena from the North West horizon at a speed of approximately 3 knots. The unusual visitor the CASTORO 7 a 79.97m pipe laying submersible floating rig was towed by a high-powered anchor handling tug The Skandi Admiral. The Skandi Admiral who also passed closely […]

The St Helena Police Directorate will provide children’s car seats to families on St Helena as a result of a study that was carried out during road safety campaigns on the Islands Road. The Study found that some Children were vulnerable during car Journeys especially when children were travelling in laps of passengers or not […]

This week The St Helena Police Directorate said good bye to a retiring serving officer after 28 years of service. Merlin George (Assistant Superintendent of Police to Chief Inspector) completed his final day of work on 29th February 2016. Merlin Joined the St Helena Police service as a police constable on 22nd October 1984. In 1985 […]

How many of you have been to St Helena and have enjoyed the unique experience of the Island tour aboard the 1929 Charabanc that is owned by corkers tour service. This is a unique experience and the only service of its kind, even after the airport is commissioned this is a must do and go […]


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