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- 1: Oliva lifeboat has washed ashore in Australia - Tristan (Tourism/Travel) - 06.02.2013
- Now almost two years later it has been found washed ashore at Coorong
in South Australia
- 2: ST HELENA MOORINGS ‘WORLD CLASS’ - St Helena (Tourism/Travel) - 19.01.2013
- St Helena Island now boasts ‘World Class’ moorings. Eight months of hard work and commitment have resulted in a high quality and robust mooring field for visiting yachts. Situated on the Western side of James’ Bay, the new moorings were completed in time for the finish of the 2012 Governor’s Cup Yacht Race and have received fantastic comments from race participants.
- 3: P&O Cruises Scrap Argentine Ports - Falklands (Tourism/Travel) - 13.01.2013
- Cruise-liners Arcadia and Adonia will not dock in Argentina because of pressure with the country over the Falklands.
- 4: ARGENTINE BULLIES PROTEST AGAINST FALKLANDS BOUND CRUISE SHIPS - Falklands (Tourism/Travel) - 12.01.2013
- Britain last night condemned the bullying by Argentine activists after flag burning crowds at the gate to the dock in Buenos Aires
- 5: MEET THE NEW TOURISM DIRECTOR – CATHY ALBERTS - St Helena (Tourism/Travel) - 12.01.2013
- New Director of St Helena Tourism, Cathy Alberts - responsible for the development and promotion of a sustainable tourism industry for St Helena for the benefit of the Saint community, tourism sector and investors - arrived on the Island on 28 December 2012 and takes over from previous Tourism Development Executive, Mike Dean.
- 6: ARGENTINE BULLIES BLAMED FOR CRUISE SHIP CANCELLATIONS - Falklands (Tourism/Travel) - 28.11.2012
- The Hon Mr Mike Summers, MLA has held a press conference at Gilbert House at 1000hrs on Monday, 26 November 2012.
- 7: GOVERNOR PROMOTES ST HELENA IN CAPE TOWN - St Helena (Tourism/Travel) - 28.11.2012
- HE the Governor, Mark Capes, arrived in Cape Town from the UK last night (Sunday), to begin a busy three-day programme representing St Helena, including meetings with the British Consul, the Western Cape Government, organisers of the Governor’s Cup Yacht Race,
- 8: 25 YEARS ON ST HELENA - St Helena (Tourism/Travel) - 22.11.2012
- On Saturday 10 November, at a Garden Party hosted by French Consul Mons. Michel Dancoisne-Martineau at the Briars Pavilion on St Helena, one hundred invited guests gathered to celebrate his 25 years as guardian of the Napoleonic heritage on St Helena.
- 9: RMS ST HELENA - St Helena (Tourism/Travel) - 22.11.2012
- SHG reported yesterday that the RMS St Helena has suffered a technical problem with the turbo-charger on her portside engine, meaning that the ship can currently travel on one engine instead of two, and necessitating a major repair.
- 10: MORE AIRBRIDGE SEATS FOR ST HELENA AND ASCENSION ISLAND - All (Tourism/Travel) - 30.09.2012
- The St Helena and Ascension Island Government are pleased to announce an increase in the number of Airbridge seats between Ascension and Brize Norton available for sale to members of the public for flights connecting with sailings of the RMS St Helena.
- 11: NEWS FROM ST HELENA TOURISM ENHANCEMENT WORKS UNDERWAY AT LEMON VALLEY - St Helena (Tourism/Travel) - 09.09.2012
- Work is underway at Lemon Valley as part of the next phase of the enhancements to this area.
- 12: NEW RMS SCHEDULE IMPROVES ACCESS TO ST HELENA - St Helena (Tourism/Travel) - 11.08.2012
- The new schedule for the Royal Mail Ship (RMS) St Helena, 2012-15, is published today (at Annex A). Despite the current low demand in the cruise and general travel market, the new programme represents a remarkable vote of confidence in St Helena as a destination.
- 13: KING AND QUEEN’S POSTBOX WALK “LAST CHANCE” WALK ON SATURDAY, 4 AUGUST - St Helena (Tourism/Travel) - 04.08.2012
- As the airport project is progressing, major construction works are about to start on Prosperous Bay Plain to create the flat platform for the airport itself. This will mean that access to Prosperous Bay Plain will be restricted from Monday, 6 August, until further notice.
- 14: St Helena ADDITIONAL RUNWAY WORKS TO ALLOW FOR FUTURE EXPANSION - St Helena (Tourism/Travel) - 28.07.2012
- SHG announced today that the first Variation Order under the Airport Project has been signed. The Variation Order sets out changes to the runway design that will give the Island the flexibility in the future to easily extend the runway to cater for larger aircraft, such as the Boeing 737-800 and Airbus 320.
- 15: Cruise Ship Stranded at Grytviken for Two Weeks - S.Georgia (Tourism/Travel) - 12.05.2012
- Sarah Lurcock from the South Georgia Website tells us more.
- 16: NEWS FROM ST HELENA TOURISM (9 May 2012) - St Helena (Tourism/Travel) - 12.05.2012
- The final cruise ship visit of the current season proved to be a great success on Monday, when the MV Athena visited the island. This was the first time the Athena had called at the island.
- 17: ST HELENA: NAPOLEON’S DEATH TO BE COMMEMORATED - St Helena (Tourism/Travel) - 05.05.2012
- Saturday, 5 May, will mark the date on which Napoleon died at Longwood House. In partnership with the Honorary French Consul, St Helena Tourism is again coordinating a commemoration of this event.
- 18: St Helena: Cruise ship numbers increase - St Helena (Tourism/Travel) - 05.05.2012
- St Helena Tourism has been targeting cruise ship operators at trade shows and via direct contact, to include the island in their itineraries, as part of its work developing tourism.
- 19: Vessel Cap Jackson Collects Medevac from Tristan - Tristan (Tourism/Travel) - 22.04.2012
- The container carrier Cap Jackson arrived at Tristan on the evening of 20th April, to collect one of the zodiac drivers (Stephanie) from the NG Explorer
- 20: St Helena NEWS FROM ST HELENA TOURISM - St Helena (Tourism/Travel) - 31.03.2012
- A reminder that there will be another community market this Saturday, 31 March, this time in the gardens of the Consulate Hotel. There will be a range of crafts and local produce available. The market will run from 10.00am to 2.00pm. Everyone is most welcome.
- 21: St Helena PROGRESS ON MAIN STREET, JAMESTOWN - St Helena (Tourism/Travel) - 17.03.2012
- St Helena Tourism has become aware that some concerns have been expressed about the work taking place regarding the pavements in Main Street.
- 22: St Helena “A PLACE TO RIVAL EDEN” - St Helena (Tourism/Travel) - 29.02.2012
- This was just one of the comments made by visitors from the MV Melody, which called at the island on Saturday afternoon. There was a range of very positive comments and feedback from the visitors and crew who came ashore and enjoyed the countryside and Jamestown itself. Jamestown itself was busy with the community market reporting a good level of interest, and with shops and eating places also very busy.
- 23: St Helena: Get Afloat...and enjoy the sunshine! - St Helena (Tourism/Travel) - 20.01.2012
- The Tourist Office is organising some trips afloat. Take the opportunity to see the island from the sea, and try out a new experience...
- 24: PUMA Ocean Racing yacht is dismastrd NW of Tristan - S.Atlantic (Tourism/Travel) - 29.11.2011
- On 21st November, the Tristan da Cunha Authorities were alerted, that the American yacht Puma had lost her mast approximately 700 nm NW of Tristan da Cunha.
- 25: St Helena Basil Read Team – Progression with Airport Developments - S.Atlantic (Tourism/Travel) - 26.11.2011
- The first representatives of Basil Read Ltd, Island Director, Deon De Jager, Project Human Resources Manager, Charles Schwarz, and Financial Manager, Vanessa Sturgiss were welcomed to the island on Saturday 19th November 2011.
- 26: St Helena WORK AT LEMON VALLEY - St Helena (Tourism/Travel) - 26.11.2011
- St Helena Tourism would like to advise the public that work is underway to finalise the landing area at Lemon Valley ready for the installation of the new landing stage.
- 27: ST HELENA PROGRESS ON TOURISM PROJECTS - St Helena (Tourism/Travel) - 18.11.2011
- Recent weeks have seen strong progress on many of the tourism projects, particularly in respect of Lemon Valley and Main Street Jamestown.
- 28: MISS EMMA EDWARDS MLA RELINQUISHES TOURISM PORTFOLIO - Falklands (Tourism/Travel) - 09.09.2011
- Six Members of the Legislative Assembly have discussed current difficulties within the FITB portfolio and the Falkland Islands Government has agreed a Tourism Development Strategy.
- 29: THE HON MISS EMMA EDWARDS MLA RESPONDS TO COLLEAGUES’ ACTIONS - Falklands (Tourism/Travel) - 09.09.2011
- The Hon Miss Emma Edwards, MLA has responded to the withdrawal of the Tourism portfolio from her as a meeting held at Gilbert House on Friday the 2nd September 2011.
- 30: ST HELENA TOURISM AGAIN WELCOMES JANET SHANKLAND - St Helena (Tourism/Travel) - 13.08.2011
- St Helena Tourism will again be welcoming to the island its Sales and Marketing Executive, Janet Shankland, when the RMS arrives this week. Janet is visiting the island to bring herself fully up to date with progress and developments, and to meet key stakeholders.
- 31: NEWS FROM ST HELENA TOURISM SAINTS FLOCK TO LONGWOOD HOUSE - St Helena (Tourism/Travel) - 30.07.2011
- Over 200 people took advantage of a gloriously sunny day to visit Longwood House on Saturday, when it was open all day to the public. The gardens and the House itself were at their best, and visitors were able to see and appreciate the many different aspects of Napoleon’s legacy that attracts many tourists to St Helena. Several Saints had never visited the House before, and many had not been since they were children at school.
- 32: INFORMATION FROM ST HELENA TOURISM CONSULTATIONS ON QUALITY STANDARDS - St Helena (Tourism/Travel) - 30.07.2011
- With the approach of air access, increasing numbers of tourists, and especially increasing demands for high quality service for visitors and residents alike, it is important that agreed standards are developed for tourism services on St Helena.
- 33: Tourism Information Release: Governor’s Cup Yacht Race 2010 - St Helena (Tourism/Travel) - 08.10.2010
- In the last five years yachtsmen have represented 11% of the Island’s total arrivals. Alongside the biennial Governor’s Cup, the yacht market is one that offers opportunity for growth and development in the tourism sector.
- 34: FCO ISSUE COMMONWEALTH GAMES TRAVEL INFORMATION AND BOOKLETS - Falklands (Tourism/Travel) - 30.09.2010
- The Foreign and Commonwealth Office has issued information for visitors to this year's Commonwealth Games to be held in New Delhi from 3-14 October. This is in addition to their regular travel advice for India, which is updated almost daily.
- 35: Join in the Falklands Facebook conversation! - Falklands (Tourism/Travel) - 30.08.2010
- The Falkland Islands officially joined the social network phenomena Facebook in October 2009 and we’re delighted to announce that the dedicated tourist board page
- 36: Appointment of Tourism Development Executive and Sales Marketing Executive - St Helena (Tourism/Travel) - 29.07.2010
- The Tourism Department will soon have two very experienced personnel joining their team to provide specialist international expertise to help SHG develop its tourism industry.
- 37: Falkland Islands Tourist Board Predicts First Cruises for Stanley 2010/11 - Falklands (Tourism/Travel) - 02.07.2010
- Cruise ship companies have given the Falkland Islands Tourist Board the first indications on potential numbers of visits during the up and coming season of 2010/11.
- 38: Mount Pleasant Airfield Runway Resurfacing Update 16 June 2010 - Falklands (Tourism/Travel) - 29.06.2010
- As the runway at Mount Pleasant Airfield (MPA) is now 25yrs old it needs to be resurfaced. The main runway and some taxiways at MPA will be resurfaced by the engineering company COLAS between September 2010 and early 2011.
- 39: St Helena - Presentation by French Consul on the French Properties - St Helena (Tourism/Travel) - 27.06.2010
- On Friday, 18 June 2010, the French Consul, Michel Dancoisne-Martineau, gave a very interesting and informative presentation on the French properties on St Helena, to Members of the Legislative Council, Tourism Commission, senior Government officials and other invited guests.
- 40: St Helena's New Provisional Tourism Commission Appointed - St Helena (Tourism/Travel) - 17.06.2010
- Tourism is a key target area in developing St Helena’s economy. To this end, a new Provisional Tourism Commission has been appointed whose task will be to oversee the future development of our tourist industry.
- 41: St Helena Film Crew to Update Promotional Tourism Video - St Helena (Tourism/Travel) - 17.06.2010
- A film crew of two will be visiting St Helena between 24 June and 02 July 2010.
- 42: RFA Black Rover Trip around St Helena - St Helena (Tourism/Travel) - 21.05.2010
- We are very happy to announce the names of the people who have taken up the Black Rover’s offer of a trip around the Island on the 23rd May. They are:
- 43: Falkland Islands Exposed on display at Jetty Visitor Centre - Falklands (Tourism/Travel) - 17.05.2010
- The winners of the Falklands Exposed photography competition have been selected from 1,300 images and along with more than 120 finalist's pictures are now on display at the Jetty Visitors Centre.
- 44: HMS Clyde in Search and Rescue Mission - Br.Ant.Territory (Tourism/Travel) - 11.05.2010
- At 1900 (South Georgia time) on 7 May 10, HMS CLYDE was urgently re-tasked to launch a search and rescue mission in support of a stricken yacht.
- 45: Entry Visas for South Africa - St Helena (Tourism/Travel) - 11.05.2010
- Recently there has been some concern from the public with regard to visas for South Africa.
- 46: Falklands Military Comments on Impact of Volcanic Ash on the Airbridge - Falklands (Tourism/Travel) - 21.04.2010
- A Military spokesperson in the Falklands has said that the volcanic eruption in Iceland continues to generate a plume of ash, which presents a threat to aviation. The ash is currently spreading across the UK and Northern Europe. Restrictions on aircraft entering UK airspace will remain in force at least until midnight tonight (Mon/Tues).
- 47: Tourist Arrivals in the Falklands Could Increase by 17% in 2010 - Falklands (Tourism/Travel) - 10.04.2010
- The Falkland Islands Tourist Board has reported that with the global tourism outlook improving, overall tourist arrivals in the Falklands are forecast to increase by 17% in 2010.
- 48: New General Manager at Falkland Islands Tourist Board Announced - Falklands (Tourism/Travel) - 21.03.2010
- Paul Trowell, a New Zealander, has been appointed as the new General Manager of the Falkland Islands Tourist Board.
- 49: Falkland Islands Tourist Board Facebook page reaches 1,600 fans - Falklands (Tourism/Travel) - 30.01.2010
- The official Facebook page for the Falkland Islands has attracted over 1,600 fans in its first five months.
- 50: St Helena BAILEY BRIDGE and SHARP UPDATE - St Helena (Tourism/Travel) - 19.12.2009
- The Bailey bridge forms a key part of the St Helena Access Ramp Project (SHARP for short). By use of a pontoon moored beyond the worst of the swell movement, with a hinged bridge to the wharf, it is intended to enable passengers on cruise ships to come ashore in swells that are deemed by the ships’ captains too great to use the landing steps.
- 51: Falklands - no Cause for Concern over Airbridge - Falklands (Tourism/Travel) - 21.11.2009
- Flyglobspan, the Scottish airline which operates the airbridge service to the Falklands is believed to have staved off a collapse with a last-ditch cash injection. The Independent reported over the weekend that administrators were lined up to handle the airline’s collapse but directors at Globespan Group managed to secure new funding at the 11th hour.
- 52: Satellite Account is a Falklands' First - Falklands (Tourism/Travel) - 22.10.2009
- The Falklands’ first ‘Tourism Satellite Account’ (TSA), a United Nations endorsed international standard for measuring the true economic impact of tourism, has been launched by the Falkland Islands Tourist Board.
- 53: South Georgia Expected Visitor Numbers Dip During the Recession - S.Georgia (Tourism/Travel) - 12.09.2009
- Early indications are that 63 tour ships are due to visit South Georgia in the coming season, seven visits down on last season.
- 54: Falkland Islands Tourist Board launch marketing campaign in the UK - Falklands (Tourism/Travel) - 22.08.2009
- Jake Downing tells us that the Falkland Islands Tourist Board has launched an innovative marketing campaign in the UK this week, to help protect the islands from the impact of the economic recession.
- 55: RAF Brize Norton Begins Testing for Swine Flu - S.Atlantic (Tourism/Travel) - 22.08.2009
- It has become mandatory for all passengers arriving at RAF Brize Norton Passenger Terminal for check-in to automatically have their temperature tested as a preventative measure for Swine Flu, this includes all civilian passengers travelling southbound to Ascension Island and the Falkland Islands. This new procedure is necessary in order to protect MOD operational capability,
- 56: Cruise tourism brings £4.2 million to the Falkland Islands economy - Falklands (Tourism/Travel) - 31.07.2009
- Results released today by the Falkland Islands Tourist Board reveal that cruise tourism brought almost £4.2 million revenue into the Falklands in the 2008-9 season. This figure includes spend on tours, shopping, food and beverage, as well as over £1.3 million in the form of government taxes and levies.
- 57: South Georgia 2009 - 20th Annual General IAATO Meeting, June 2009 - Br.Ant.Territory (Tourism/Travel) - 17.07.2009
- Richard McKee of the Government of South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands says that yet again the number of vessels visiting South Georgia increased last season with a total of 70 cruise ship and 25 yachts visits carrying 7,800 passengers. This is a 120% increase in passenger numbers over the last 5 years.
- 58: Ship- born Virus Attack - Are the Falklands Prepared? - Falklands (Tourism/Travel) - 07.07.2009
- A cruise ship familiar to Falklands’ waters, the M/S Marco Polo, has been quarantined due to an outbreak of norovirus – a nasty stomach bug that causes severe vomiting.
- 59: Falkland Islands Tourist Board carry out improvements to public jetty - Falklands (Tourism/Travel) - 01.07.2009
- Stanley residents may have noticed work being carried out on the Public Jetty this month.
- 60: St Helena Airport Consultation - St Helena (Tourism/Travel) - 18.06.2009
- Rosemary Stevenson, who has been commissioned by DfID to lead the airport consultation process will visit the island from 14 - 22 June 2009.
- 61: Falklands - Land-based tourism worth £3.2 million Per Annum - Falklands (Tourism/Travel) - 03.06.2009
- According to the Falkland Islands Tourist Board, overnight visitors spent an estimated £3.2 million in the Falkland Islands in 2008.
- 62: Small growth in cruise tourism likely next year, despite economic downturn - Falklands (Tourism/Travel) - 19.05.2009
- The affects of the current global economic downturn on cruise tourism is a subject being closely monitored by the Falkland Islands Tourist Board.
- 63: Domestic Tourism worth over £1 million to the Falkland Islands - Falklands (Tourism/Travel) - 19.05.2009
- New research published by the Falkland Islands Tourist Board this week puts an estimated value of £1,122,000 per year on domestic tourism.
- 64: SOUTH ATLANTIC AIRBRIDGE: CHANGES UNDER THE NEW JOINT POLICY STATEMENT - Falklands (Tourism/Travel) - 15.03.2009
- The MOD and FCO have recently agreed a new Joint Policy Statement (JPS) for the use of the Air-bridge between Brize Norton, Ascension Island and the Falkland Islands for Non-MoD passengers and freight.
- 65: Record Day for Falkland Islands Tourism - Falklands (Tourism/Travel) - 11.02.2009
- On Friday, 06 February 2009 the Falklands received a record number of visitors
- 66: St Helena Government expresses deep dismay at postponement of “vital” airport decision - St Helena (Tourism/Travel) - 09.12.2008
- His Excellency, Andrew Gurr, Governor of St Helena, has expressed the deep dismay of the people of St Helena at today’s announcement by the British Government that negotiations over the contract constructing an airport on the Island are to be delayed.
- 67: South Georgia Now Requires Private Vessel Owners - S.Georgia (Tourism/Travel) - 02.08.2008
- Under the revised Tourism Management Policy document, tighter restrictions have been placed on site access for private vessels with more than 10 persons on board (including paid crew).
Photo (C) J. Brock (SARTMA-SG) Concerns are raised when Tour Operators do not heed the warning signs
- 68: Airbridge Fares Set to Increase - Falklands (Tourism/Travel) - 27.07.2008
- Proposed new prices for the airbridge would increase fares significantly
- 69: BAS To Consider Keeping Flight Operations At Stanley Airport - Falklands (Tourism/Travel) - 24.07.2008
- The Falklands Chief Executive and BAS, ASSI and the Foreign and Commonwealth Office are working together to seek a workable outcome for BAS Flight Operations remaining at Stanley Airport.
- 70: $9MILLION FOR NEW ANTARCTIC TERMINAL FOR PUNTA ARENAS - S.Atlantic (Tourism/Travel) - 30.06.2008
- An article in Friday’s edition of LaPrensa Austral has stated that a new “Antarctic Terminal” will be located at the Airport in Punta Arenas.
- 71: St Helena's Access Project Manager's Activities - St Helena (Tourism/Travel) - 17.06.2008
- The Access Project Manager, Sharon Wainwright, is currently overseas working with the DFID Access Team and others on matters related to the Access Project. The Access Assistant, Clare Harris, is also travelling to the UK for a period of work experience.
- 72: Bumper Year for Falklands Tourism - Falklands (Tourism/Travel) - 10.04.2008
- Falkland Islands cruise ship passenger arrivals have increased by 21%. According to Tourism Manager, Jake Downing, over 67,700 cruise ship passengers were cleared to land in the Falklands between October 2007 and April 2008,
- 73: MOD Increase Airbridge Ticket Prices - S.Atlantic (Tourism/Travel) - 26.03.2008
- The Ministry of Defence are increasing ticket prices for civilian passengers on the airbridge.
- 74: RMS St Helena: Port Engine Problem - St Helena (Tourism/Travel) - 14.01.2008
- Although it is not always possible to inform the public concerning engineering details on the RMS St.Helena, we are obviously aware that there is a high level of interest in such matters.
- 75: Falklands: Big Day for Red Penguins - Falklands (Tourism/Travel) - 05.12.2007
- Tuesday was a bumper day for Tourism in the Falkland Islands.
- 76: Humane Society Awards for Falklands Three - Falklands (Tourism/Travel) - 26.11.2007
- Photo (c) J. Brock (FINN) Neil Watson (Left) Christopher Hawksworth (Centre and Pat Whitney (Right) after receiving certificates from the Humane Society commending them on rescuing ten tourists from an overturned Zodiac at Long Island on 10 February 2006.
- 77: M/S Explorer Passengers on Their Way to Chile. - Br.Ant.Territory (Tourism/Travel) - 25.11.2007
- Half of the passengers from M/S EXPLORER have flown to Punta Arenas in Chile.
Photo Thanks to the Chilean Airforce - On her way to Davy Jones' Locker
- 78: M/S EXPLORER Sinking in the Antarctic - Falklands (Tourism/Travel) - 23.11.2007
- All passengers and crew are reported safe in the incident between the South Shetland Islands and the Antarctic Peninsula.
Photo (c) Lindblad Expeditions The M/S EXPLORER has been operated by several tour companies since being sold by Lindblad. In 2004 it was thought the vessel would not be in the Falklands again but enthusiasts decided to refurbish the ship and not to re-name it. The M/S EXPLORER II was meant to replace her.
- 79: M/S EXPLORER Situation Report - Br.Ant.Territory (Tourism/Travel) - 23.11.2007
- The M/S EXPLORER is in difficulty in British Antarctic Territory waters and the FCO have issued the following situation report.
- 80: M/V EXPLORER TRAVELLERS TO FLY TO PUNTA ARENAS FROM MARSH BASE - Br.Ant.Territory (Tourism/Travel) - 23.11.2007
- Passengers from the stricken M/S EXPLORER have been safely evacuated to the cruise ship M/S NORD NORGE and are, at present, on their way to Marsh Base on King George Island, where they are expected to fly to Punta Arenas in Chile.
- 81: Airbridge Passengers Now Have Seating Choice - Falklands (Tourism/Travel) - 28.10.2007
- The Ministry of Defence has agreed that up to 10 of these seats can be available for civilian bookings on every flight.
- 82: Re-Vamped Airbridge Service for the New Year - Falklands (Tourism/Travel) - 18.10.2007
- There will be a different approach in the way Airbridge seats are allocated in the new year.
- 83: South Georgia - Up and coming tourist season - S.Georgia (Tourism/Travel) - 10.10.2007
- The South Georgia Website reports that the tourist season starts next month with five yachts due to arrive at the Island in the week from October 11th. At least three of the yachts are bringing expedition groups.
- 84: Falklands Tourism Update - Falklands (Tourism/Travel) - 28.09.2007
- The Falklands will have twice as many visitors this year than last.
- 85: Falkland Islands Tourist Board Meeting (21/09/07) - Falklands (Tourism/Travel) - 28.09.2007
- Find out what happened during the public session of this important committee meeting.
- 86: New Tourism Manager for the Falklands - Falklands (Tourism/Travel) - 06.09.2007
- A new Tourism Manager has been appointed for the Falkland Islands.
Photo (c) FITB Mr. Downing and his family
- 87: New RAF tanker and transport aircraft for MoD - Falklands (Tourism/Travel) - 12.06.2007
- On Monday the MoD in London announced plans to provide the RAF with a modern capability to replace the ageing VC10 and TriStar aircraft though the Future Strategic Tanker Aircraft (FSTA) project. This includes the South Atlantic air-bridge in the overall FSTA requirement.
- 88: Governor Clancy Departs St. Helena - St Helena (Tourism/Travel) - 07.05.2007
- Final arrangements for Governor Clancy to embark on the American Prepositioning ship, MV 2nd Ltd John P Bobo are being made today. Governor Clancy is very grateful to the US Prepositioning Squadron for their kind consideration of transporting him to Ascension which they now need to visit for other reasons.
- 89: NG ENDEAVOUR: Return to Grytviken - S.Georgia (Tourism/Travel) - 16.04.2007
- My previous visit to Grytviken had been accented by the tour I took of the asbestos removal project at the whaling station. This year it had been completed and I was able to show others about the project. The abandoned oil tanks had been steam cleaned and all of the unsafe buildings were torn down, leaving the machinery exposed.
Photo (c) J. Brock (FINN) Exposed machinery once housed in a dangerous building.
- 90: MID-ATLANTIC RIDGE: AT HOME ON NG ENDEAVOUR - S.Atlantic (Tourism/Travel) - 08.04.2007
- South Georgia etched its image in my consciousness since departing Godthal Bay, filled with icebergs, in March 2004. Stunning mountains with tussock at the base and capped with snow glistening in the sun rendered vivid as I planned the 2007 voyage through the Islands of the Mid Atlantic Ridge. And, while counting days, I planned photo shoots and dreamed about visiting Stormness - the first visit in 21 years.
Photos (c) J. Brock (Finn) Penguins on a stroll .
- 91: Royal Navy Assists Damaged Cruise Ship - Falklands (Tourism/Travel) - 01.02.2007
- HMS Endurance has helped in the rescue of stranded passengers and crew from the cruise ship, NORDKAPP. Story and Photos (c) MOD (HMS Endurance)
- 92: Gateway House Closed at Brize Norton - All (Tourism/Travel) - 06.12.2006
- Gateway House, familiar to all who travel to the Falklands via the airbridge, is closed until further notice.
- 93: St. Helena's Tourism and Investment Policies Finalised - St Helena (Tourism/Travel) - 22.11.2006
- The Tourism and Investment Policies for St Helena have been finalised as approved by Executive Council and will be effective from 1 January 2007.
- 94: Falklands: Damages to Islander Bravo India Listed - Falklands (Tourism/Travel) - 22.11.2006
- Thanks to 78 Squadron at Mount Pleasant FIGAS and Civil Aviation Department officials could travel to West Point Island to inspect Bravo India.
- 95: Falklands: No Injuries in Islander Crash - Falklands (Tourism/Travel) - 19.11.2006
- An Aircraft landing at West Point Island earlier today has suffered extensive damage after crash landing.
- 96: UK Representative Preparing for World Travel Market 2006 - St Helena (Tourism/Travel) - 25.10.2006
- UK Representative, Kedell Worboys, has been attending a number of conferences and meeting on St Helena’s behalf. This has included conferences in Jersey and Greenland, and meetings with representatives from other Overseas Territories. Additionally she continues to work on shipping matters and she is currently preparing for the World Travel Market.
- 97: St. Helena Celebrates Tourism - St Helena (Tourism/Travel) - 02.10.2006
- World Tourism Day has been observed on St Helena.
- 98: Passengers Injured in Turbulence - Ascension (Tourism/Travel) - 08.09.2006
- A flight from Brize Norton to Ascension Island has been affected by severe turbulence and passengers have been injured.
- 99: St. Helena Updates Draft Tourism Investment Policies - St Helena (Tourism/Travel) - 06.09.2006
- Public consultation has concluded on the Draft Tourism and Investment Policies, with the Office of the Chief Secretary receiving a wealth of comments from members of the public.
- 100: Tenderers Pull Out of St. Helena Airport Project - St Helena (Tourism/Travel) - 08.08.2006
- The Air Access Office confirms that all three tenderers that were to put in bids for the proposed new airport have withdrawn their bids.
- 101: Transport Advisory Committee Report (08/06/06) - Falklands (Tourism/Travel) - 08.06.2006
- Find out what happened during this vital meeting.
- 102: Worlds Loneliest Island Saves life of Bulgarian Seamen - Tristan (Tourism/Travel) - 02.06.2006
- The vessel M.V. Pirgos was on its way to Brazil from Africa, when seamen Nicolay fell 8m into a hole whilst working, he suffer a broken left leg, compound fracture. Broken jaw, blunt trauma to the abdomen, this had happen 3 days ago.
Photo (c) James Glass (Tristan Times) The Bulgarian Seaman being lifted to safety
- 103: Update on Invitation to Tender - St Helena (Tourism/Travel) - 01.06.2006
- Three contractors have expressed an interest in building St. Helena's Airport.
- 104: Locally Registered Company Sells Gaming and Banking Licenses - St Helena (Tourism/Travel) - 10.04.2006
- Safeholder is a company registered on St Helena. The company is operated from Association Hall in Jamestown with the Chief Operating Officer being Mike Olsson. It offers investment opportunities for companies and interested parties. Robin Richards, of Radio St Helena, spoke to Mr Olsson to find out more about Safeholder, and he began by asking; (MO – Mike Olsson, RR – Robin Richards)
- 105: Ferry Service Suspended - Temporarily - S.Atlantic (Tourism/Travel) - 16.03.2006
- The successful ferry service will be suspended after only one trip.
- 106: Visitors' Guide and Birds and Mammals Book Launched in Stanley - Falklands (Tourism/Travel) - 08.12.2005
- If you want to know about the Falklands then both books are a must.
- 107: Reception Marks Visitors' Guide Re-launch - Falklands (Tourism/Travel) - 09.11.2005
- Melissa McKinley reports on the launch.
Photo (c) FIGO London) Ben Fogle, Debbie Sumers and Henry Robinson
- 108: St. Helena Announces Design, Build, Operate contract for Proposed Airport - St Helena (Tourism/Travel) - 31.10.2005
- DIFID, on behalf of the St. Helena Government invites Capability Statements for the design and build of an airport.
- 109: Hard Part First for South Georgia Kayakers - Br.Ant.Territory (Tourism/Travel) - 14.10.2005
- The BBC's Deborah Vogle asks Nigel Dennis to explain to listeners about his South Georgia Kayak adventure.
- 110: Monsignor Michael B. McPartland's Pastoral Visit to Tristan - Tristan (Tourism/Travel) - 04.10.2005
- Monsignor McPartland tells us about his pastoral trip to Tristan da Cunha.
- 111: Festival of Running a Huge Success - St Helena (Tourism/Travel) - 15.09.2005
- Pamela Young tells Garron Yon about this year's successful festival.
- 112: Tourism News from St. Helena for June/July - St Helena (Tourism/Travel) - 31.07.2005
- World Tourism Day is fast approaching and St Helena Tourism has launched two competitions as part of the events to celebrate this day.
- 113: Air Access Updare for July 2005 - St Helena (Tourism/Travel) - 31.07.2005
- These are just examples of the questions being asked and the answer is ‘yes’ – progress is being made and St Helena is still getting an airport. Sharon Wainwright tells us more.
- 114: Falklands: Engine Problems Delay Airbridge Flight - S.Atlantic (Tourism/Travel) - 05.07.2005
- Engine problems on a charter flight have delayed passengers who left the Falklands on Saturday, 02 July 2005.
Photo (c) J. Brock (FINN) Gordon Forbes and his team were stranded along with lawyers for FIG and the case's Judge.
- 115: South Georgia to Get Ellen's Touch - Falklands (Tourism/Travel) - 28.05.2005
- Dame Ellen MacArthur will be joining a special research programme at the South Atlantic Island of South Georgia during the next austral summer.
- 116: Tamar Photo - S.Atlantic (Tourism/Travel) - 25.05.2005
- 117: TARION Breaks Up on Tristan's Rocks Crew Safe - Tristan (Tourism/Travel) - 03.05.2005
- The South African press has reported that Yacht TARION put into the local anchorage on Tristan da Cunha just off the settlement of Edinburgh on Sunday 30 April en route from Brazil to Cape Town.
Photo (c) Mike Hentley (Tristan Times)
- 118: UK HUB OF RAF PASSENGER SERVICE WILL MOVE - S.Atlantic (Tourism/Travel) - 20.04.2005
- There’s news that the UK hub of the RAF Passenger service to the Falklands will soon move from RAF Brize Norton in Oxfordshire to RAF Fairford in Gloucestershire. The BBC World Service's Graham Bound tells us more.
- 119: An Airport for St. Helena - St Helena (Tourism/Travel) - 14.03.2005
- The South Atlantic Island of St. Helena is set to get its own international airport
- 120: Falklands: High Winds Strand 963 in Stanley - Falklands (Tourism/Travel) - 03.02.2005
- Gale force winds have stranded 963 of M/V Amsterdam's 900 passengers and crew in Stanley.
- 121: Going for the Stars - St Helena (Tourism/Travel) - 02.02.2005
- Island Accommodation will be assessed and graded, as is the case in other countries.
Photo (c) Garron Yon - Nicola Osborne at her desk in the Tourist Office.
- 122: Tara 5: Happy Return to the Falklands - S.Atlantic (Tourism/Travel) - 15.11.2004
- A yacht formerly known as the ANTARCTICA has returned to the Falklands 15 years after bringing a film company to the area. Now known as TARA 5, the 36 metre long yacht is taking a group of 15 deaf people on a trekking and mountaineering adventure, “Mountain of Silence,” to South Georgia. The group will be taking Shackleton’s route from King Haakan Bay to Stormness
Photos (c) J. Brock (SARTMA) Captain Celine Ferrier does some domestic work prior to the arrival of the passengers.
- 123: High Marks for Design in Nature Photo Ex - Falklands (Tourism/Travel) - 06.11.2004
Design in Nature are holding an exhibition in the Jetty Centre all next week. On Froday there was an opening by H. E. the Governor Mr. Howard Pearce.
Photo (c) J. Brock (FINN) Georgina Strange stands beside one of her photos that sold at the Design in Nature Photo Ex.
- 124: First Cruise Ship Passengers Pass Through New Security System - Falklands (Tourism/Travel) - 03.11.2004
- Cruise Ship passengers experiencing the Falklands for the second time no doubt have noticed that new security measures are in place at the Public Jetty.
Photo (C) J. Brock (FINN) A newly appointed security guard checks a passenger's documents.
- 125: New Office For International Tours and Travel - Falklands (Tourism/Travel) - 20.08.2004
- Photo (c) J. Brock (FINN) - Sally, Bruce, Corin and Jenny are there to help you arrange the perfect holiday or business trip.
- 126: Aerolineas Proposal Another Fantacy Says Governor - Falklands (Tourism/Travel) - 11.06.2004
- Reports in both the UK and Argentine press this morning indicate that another proposal for flights from Argentina to the Falklands have reached relevant authorities.
- 127: Bonnie Tristan - Tristan (Tourism/Travel) - 04.06.2004
- Enjoy this selection of photos from Tristan da Cunha!
Photos (c) J. Brock (Sartma-TdC), Bill Gasperini (CBS London), James Glass (Tristan Times)
- 128: M/S Endeavour: The Landing at Inaccessible Island - Tristan (Tourism/Travel) - 04.05.2004
- This would be the first ever landing by the Endeavour zodiacs, the first for Tristanian students, first for me and the other passengers.
Photos (c) J. Brock (FINN)
- 129: Minister's Statement on Air Access for St. Helena - St Helena (Tourism/Travel) - 23.04.2004
- The UK Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for International Development, Gareth Thomas, issued the following written statement to parliament at 11am on Monday, 19th April 2004:
Photo (c) J. Brock (SARTMA) Prince Andrew School viewed from High Knoll
- 130: “A Short Guide to Tristan da Cunha” - S.Atlantic (Tourism/Travel) - 21.04.2004
- Find out all you need to know before visiting this remote Island.
Cover Design (c) James Glass and Anne Green
- 131: South Atlantic Reporting Expedition Begins - S.Atlantic (Tourism/Travel) - 06.03.2004
- At the moment, M/S ENDEAVOUR is at West Point Island, where Roddy Napier is celebrating his (how old?) birthday with Lill, his wife of nearly 50 years.
Photo (c) J. Brock (SARTMA)
- 132: Bill Rammell: Reassurances over Air Charter Flights - Falklands (Tourism/Travel) - 01.03.2004
- One side of these talks considers leaking contents to the media a standard practice. It's happened before.
- 133: No Agreement on flights yet Insists Cllr. Edwards - Falklands (Tourism/Travel) - 20.02.2004
- Councillor Roger Edwards, in a statement to the Falklands Press on Friday afternoon said there has been no agreement yet on flights between Argentina and the Falkland Islands.
- 134: Argentine MFA Announce Breakthrough in Over-flights Row - Falklands (Tourism/Travel) - 18.02.2004
- As a result of a meeting held yesterday in Buenos Aires, the Argentine Foreign Ministry have announced that that there has been a breakthrough in the air charter over-flights issue that has dogged the South/west Atlantic since last November.
- 135: AIR ACCESS UPDATE NO 12 - St Helena (Tourism/Travel) - 15.02.2004
- What is happening? Where do we now stand? Why is it all taking so long?
These are the questions the Chamber of Commerce asked in last weeks St Helena Herald. These are all fair questions. We understand why people are asking them. We will explain as best we can.
- 136: Air Access Update No. 11 - St Helena (Tourism/Travel) - 30.01.2004
- Atkins first draft of the supplementary report was received in London and St Helena this week, and is currently being considered by SHG’s Air Access team and DFID.
- 137: Air Access Update No. 10 - St Helena (Tourism/Travel) - 21.01.2004
- Atkins Management Consultants submitted their Evaluation Report to the St Helena Government and DFID on 17 December 2003.
- 138: Statement on Air Links between the Falklands and South America - S.Atlantic (Tourism/Travel) - 20.01.2004
- Air links between the Falkland Islands and the South American mainland are the subject of two understandings reached between HMG and the Argentine Government, under a sovereignty umbrella (which protects both sides’ positions on the question of sovereignty).
- 139: CHAMBER SUPPORTS COUNCILLORS OVER FLIGHTS - Falklands (Tourism/Travel) - 20.01.2004
- The Falkland Islands Chamber of Commerce has backed up the Islands’ Councillors over the issue of charter flights.
- 140: Air Charter Flights Talks Stalemate - Falklands (Tourism/Travel) - 09.01.2004
- FIBS's Sue Gyford quizzes the Governor and Cllr. Cockwell about the lack of progress in these very important talks.
- 141: Cruise Ship Receives its First Plaque - St Helena (Tourism/Travel) - 08.01.2004
- St Helena recently saw the visit of the MV Orion which called on 1 December and remained in James Bay until the next day. The vessel had 138 passengers on board and 66 crew and she was on her way to Tristan da Cunha, having last called at Ascension Island.
- 142: One to One with Charles Roberts - S.Atlantic (Tourism/Travel) - 01.01.2004
- FIBS's Sue Gyford interviews a man who wants to start an Airline company for the Falklands to Uruguay route.
- 143: 63 Year Old Lady Helicopter Pilot rescued in Antarctica - Br.Ant.Territory (Tourism/Travel) - 20.12.2003
- A Grandmother who had hoped to fly around the world via the poles has had her hopes dashed in Antarctica.
- 144: GH Statement about Argentine Banning of Charter Flight - Falklands (Tourism/Travel) - 10.12.2003
- The Argentine government is stepping up its pressure on tourism in the Falklands by banning the occasional flight. The charter flight due in on Wednesday has been banned by the Argentine government. H. E. the Governor Mr. Howard Pearce tells us more.
- 145: St Helena Covered by The Lady - St Helena (Tourism/Travel) - 10.12.2003
- St Helena was featured as a travel destination in the Lady Magazine in October of this year after freelance Journalist Beverley Byrne visited the Island from 6 to 9 June.
- 146: Air Access: Updates 7 and 8 - St Helena (Tourism/Travel) - 01.12.2003
- Atkins consultant, Barry Patterson, spent an action-packed week on the Island to gain a deeper understanding of the issues surrounding air access and in particular the potential for economic development on the Island.
- 147: The Latest Series on Air Access - St Helena (Tourism/Travel) - 18.11.2003
- Over the past six weeks there has been significant progress on planning for an airport on Saint Helena. Although this has been a dream of many Saints for a long time, this dream may shortly become a reality.
- 148: Peggy Wilson: Caribbean Manager of CAA-ASSI - S.Atlantic (Tourism/Travel) - 11.11.2003
- The UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) today announced that Margaret (Peggy)
Wilson has been appointed Caribbean Manager of CAA subsidiary Air Safety
Support International (ASSI).
- 149: QEII Unable to Visit Falklands - S.Atlantic (Tourism/Travel) - 08.11.2003
- On Remembrance Sunday there would have been passengers from the QEII visiting Stanley.
Photo (c) J. Brock (FINN) Captain Woodall and Herb Krits in 1993.
- 150: New Tour Guides Receive Their Badges - S.Atlantic (Tourism/Travel) - 17.10.2003
- Falklands Tourism has fourteen new tour guides. Thursday evening at 1700 at the Jetty Centre, they received their certificates and badges from H. E. the Governor Mr. Howard Pearce.
Photo (c) J. Brock (FINN) Tour Guides pose with H. E. the Governor Mr. Howard Pearce outside the Jetty Centre in Stanley.
- 151: Air Access Update No. 2 - St Helena (Tourism/Travel) - 02.10.2003
- Councillor Eric George MBE, Councillor Eric Benjamin, and the Government Economist will be visiting London in connection with air access.
- 152: Public Transport System - St Helena (Tourism/Travel) - 02.10.2003
- The five proposals to run a public transport system were discussed by a special evaluation group earlier this week.
- 153: Air Access Update No. 1 - St Helena (Tourism/Travel) - 05.09.2003
- In this article by Garron Yon, Nigel Kirby, Engineering Advisor to DFID has been appointed to lead the core team for evaluating the negotiation process.
- 154: Community Workers Improving St. Helena - St Helena (Tourism/Travel) - 28.08.2003
- St. Helena's community workers are helping to improve tourist attraction sites as well as other areas around the Island.
- 155: A Brief Tour of Torres del Paine Park - S.Atlantic (Tourism/Travel) - 17.08.2003
- Falkland Islanders have enjoyed this park for many years whilst on holiday in Chile. If you haven't been, this is what you are missing.
Photo (c) Alfie A general map of the area around Torres del Paine.
- 156: You Fell In Love With it Once: Just look at us now! - Ascension (Tourism/Travel) - 17.08.2003
- Ascension is a place of great contrasts, all in a very small area.
Photo (c) Johnny Hobson Comfortless Cove is just the opposite and these Ascension Island Scouts intend to take part in the pleasures of sand and warm water.
- 157: A Zodiac Tour of Boatswainbird Island - Ascension (Tourism/Travel) - 10.08.2003
- The little islet off the coast of Ascension Island is called Boatswainbird Island. M/S ENDEAVOUR organised a zodiac tour of the islet.
Photo (C) J. Brock (SARTMA) Yet another lava bridge and a great photo op.
- 158: St. Helena Air Access - Invitation Responses - St Helena (Tourism/Travel) - 29.07.2003
- Four businesses have responded to the invitation to tender for the Air Access project.
- 159: Air Access: Update on Progress - St Helena (Tourism/Travel) - 18.07.2003
- We read about the progress the initiative launched on 07 April this year has made thus far.
- 160: Nightingale Island: A Zodiac Tour - Tristan (Tourism/Travel) - 10.07.2003
- Tristanians go to Nightingale Island when the need a little holiday. They sail to the Island in canvass and wood long boats. This is done when the sea conditions are right.
Photos (c) J. Brock (SARTMA)
- 161: A Zodiac Tour Of Gough Island - Tristan (Tourism/Travel) - 07.07.2003
- Though no landings were permitted on Gough Island, the crew and passengers of M/S ENDEAVOUR were able to do a zodiac tour with some spectacular results.
Photos (c) J. Brock (SARTMA)
- 162: UK Overseas Territories CAA Conference - S.Atlantic (Tourism/Travel) - 03.07.2003
- Directors of the Civil Aviation Authority (DCAA) have been holding a conference
- 163: Sad End For A Well Known Vessel - S.Atlantic (Tourism/Travel) - 08.06.2003
- The M/V World Discoverer at her resting place.
Photo (c) Charles Edmond By the time this photo was taken the Discoverer was completely stripped and left as a hulk where she ran aground.
- 164: Unauthorised Landing Puts Two in Jail - Ascension (Tourism/Travel) - 05.06.2003
- If you think you can just pop in to Ascension Island without prior permission, then think again. Two men say they thought they had obtained permission to land on the Island but were sadly mistaken.
Photo (c) J. Brock (SARTMA) Bob Tufts, Left, and Phil Ingogha, Right,prior to resuming their unfortunate journey.
- 165: M/S Endeavour: Deja Vu with Friends and Familiar Places - S.Georgia (Tourism/Travel) - 03.05.2003
- It had been 17 years since my last visit and South Georgia had changed considerably.
Photo (c) Lyle Craigie Halkett Grytviken from a distance
- 166: M/S ENDEAVOUR Expedition (Part 2) - Br.Ant.Territory (Tourism/Travel) - 22.04.2003
- Fortunately we had a trailing wind at that latitude and the ship didn't cork-screw. Photo (c) J. Brock (SARTMA) The Late Lars-Eric Lindblad inspired Expedition Cruising.
- 167: M/S ENDEAVOUR: Expedition (Part 1) - S.Atlantic (Tourism/Travel) - 17.04.2003
- Photo (c) J. Brock (SARTMA) It was crunch time with Charlie who followed me everywhere and jumped in all the suitcases.
- 168: Falklands Cautious About Air Link Proposal - Falklands (Tourism/Travel) - 10.04.2003
- Even though Argentina is in financial crisis, an air link with the Falklands is on the table.
- 169: Argentine Flights to the Falklands - Falklands (Tourism/Travel) - 10.04.2003
- An Official statement from Government House confirms a proposal for weekly Argentine flights.
- 170: Air Access "Prospectus" Finalised - St Helena (Tourism/Travel) - 08.04.2003
- The Air Access Prospectus has been finalised and a copy is available for viewing at the Public Library.
- 171: When The Saints Go Flying In - St Helena (Tourism/Travel) - 07.04.2003
- The British Government has promised £26.3 Million to ensure that Saint Helena has an airport.
- 172: UK Road Shows - St Helena (Tourism/Travel) - 03.04.2003
- Funding from the United Nations allowed St. Helena to get publicity in the UK.
- 173: South Atlantic Ridge Islands: A Tour of a Lifetime - S.Atlantic (Tourism/Travel) - 25.03.2003
- This article is just a snipet of what happened during the past month. Keep this page in yourmemory if you are even remotely interested in the South Atlantic Ridge Islands.
Photo: (c) J. Brock (SARTMA) Lush vegitation on Gough Island.
- 174: New Aviation CEO for Overseas Territories - S.Atlantic (Tourism/Travel) - 28.02.2003
- A Chief Executive has been appointed to help regulate the safety of Civil Aviation in the UK's Overseas Territories.
- 175: Destinations Exhibition Report - S.Atlantic (Tourism/Travel) - 12.02.2003
- BBC World Service "Calling the Falklands" reports on Travel with John Fowler and Chris Breen
- 176: Air Luxor L1011-500 To Be Used for Airbridge for a Fortnight - S.Atlantic (Tourism/Travel) - 07.02.2003
- The RAF Tristar will be replaced for two weeks by and Air Luxor Tristar. Civilians also will not be excluded from Airbridge Flights for the foreseeable future.
- 177: News About Access to St. Helena - St Helena (Tourism/Travel) - 16.01.2003
- Important decisions have been made about access.
- 178: New Aviation Arrangements for OSTs - S.Atlantic (Tourism/Travel) - 15.01.2003
- What doea a new Aviation entity have to offer the South Atlantic and the Falklands in particular?
- 179: Mysterious Penguin Deaths Investigated - Falklands (Tourism/Travel) - 09.12.2002
- Falklands Penguins are dieing at an alarming rate. Read about what's being done about it
- 180: Air Access Workshop - St Helena (Tourism/Travel) - 31.10.2002
- Air access is a key issue on St Helena but what is or is not the right way forward?
- 181: New Tourist Guide - St Helena (Tourism/Travel) - 08.10.2002
- During the last four years the Tourist Office distributed just on 10,000 brochures about the Island. They have now started issuing their new brochure: "Island of St Helena Tourist Guide."