22 September 2016
“This is a Big Deal Internationally”
The 200 mile nautical zone surrounding the island has now been designated as a marine protected area. The Environmental Protection Ordinance gave the island the power to be able to allocate the area and also adopt a management plan.
Building a Firm Foundation for Girls: Every three years the Girl Guiding Association on St Helena is visited by a Guide Trainer. Helen Smith from the UK recently arrived to the island for a two week training programme.
15 September 2016
The Historic St James Church has a New Steeple: On Sunday 4 September 2016, AMD Engineering who is based in Rupert’s completed the project to install a stainless steel fabricated steeple on St James Church in Jamestown. The undertaking was the first of its kind on St Helena, and apart from invaluable assistance from Basil Read engineers whose expertise assured design correctness, it was completely local.
8 September 2016
Dashing the Runway: Despite wind shear over 300 people gathered at the St Helena airport, for the first ever runway dash on August bank holiday. 107 people took part in the event with the youngest being five month old Issac Kellet strolling along in his buggy.
1 September 2016
The More to Apply the Merrier: A stall was set up at the Canister last Thursday morning to promote the Chevening Scholarship and to encourage people to apply for the opportunity to study higher education overseas.
25 August 2016
The Sentinel: Latest issue of the Sentinel is now available to view and download for free
22 September 2016
Local entry, Patches, arrived at St Helena on 6 January in the Governor's Cup Race. The arrival, finish line and stepping ashore is all in this video, plus an interview with Sandy Francis about her experience.
6 January 2013 .