19 May 2016
Even though celebrations were held on 20 May – a day before the actual St Helena Day – the festivities drew hundreds of people into Jamestown. “It’s been a fantastic turnout,” said New Horizons Youth Leader, Nick Stevens. It was the tenth consecutive time the youth organisation had organised our national day celebrations.
Amber George Crowned May Queen 2016: Pilling Primary School hosted a May Fair on Saturday last week at the school in Jamestown. The highlight of the event, May Queen 2016, took place at 3pm and Amber George was crowned May Queen, a title she will hold for the next two years.
19 May 2016
What the Saints Did Last Thursday: Last Thursday evening, What the Saints Did Next’s Darrin and Sharon Henry, invited a crowd of 50 guests to celebrate the launch of their new exhibition; Labour Take-On Time. “It is such a big part of our culture.” Darrin said.
12 May 2016
“I Take my Hat off to Everyone Involved”: The airport was abuzz with people on Saturday morning with the first of the airport operational readiness trials. Even with the airport opening ceremony being delayed, the trials still went ahead.
5 May 2016
“It is During Times like this we Feel Proud to be British”: The Queen’s 90th birthday celebrations took place at the Mule Yard last Thursday evening. The event was organised by the Girl Guiding Association in liaison with the government.
28 April 2016
The Sentinel: Latest issue of the Sentinel is now available to view and download for free
26 May 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 .