Sandy Bay’s arid landscape could be the setting for a science-fiction fantasy and Diana’s Peak would need no make-up for a role in a remake of Jurassic Park, according to writer Captain Greybeard on the Cruise International website. He highlights … Continue reading
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Nearly a million people read The Observer newspaper. And in the final issue of 2013, they have been treated to a picture of Cynthia George and Raymond Hudson, posing in their scouting uniforms on Jamestown seafront. The photographer, Jon Tonks, … Continue reading
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By Guy Gatien So, International Space Station Astronaut Chris Hadfield—commander of Expedition 35, so you better take him seriously, folks—tweeted a picture of a certain volcanic island in the Atlantic that looks like the head of a giant fishbone skeleton … Continue reading
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The NP Glory 4 has become the first ship ever to dock at St Helena. The ocean-going landing craft dropped her bow ramp on to the new jetty at Rupert’s Bay shortly after 08:00 local time on Wednesday, 11 July … Continue reading
(A broken link to Colin Lawrence’s picture has now been sorted) The images in National Geographic’s annual photography competition feature sunsets, waterfalls, beaches, characterful faces and wondrous creatures from around the globe – and Colin Lawrence’s toes. They’re poking out … Continue reading
The supply ship for St Helena’s airport project has arrived off the island for the first of what promise to be many visits. A gallery of pictures of the ship sweeping into James Bay has been published on the St … Continue reading
Words and pictures: St Helena Government St Helena joined other UK Overseas Territories and countries around the world to mark the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee with a weekend of celebrations. First was the annual Garden Party at the Governor’s residence, Plantation … Continue reading
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Click to see the wrecking of the classic yacht Queequeg at Jamestown, St Helena, on 6 September 2011. All pictures are published by kind permission of Bruce Salt. See report below.
Marley’s the name and cool is the game. That’s Marley as in Bob, the music legend. Waggae music, I think they called it. I’m working on the dreadlocks: just gimme time. Now it’s all very well these Saints wearing their … Continue reading
Nicky Stevens’s team at New Horizons has staged a spirited St Helena Day celebration in Jamestown. Saints who are away from home can join in the laughter by looking at Barry Hubbard’s gallery of pictures on Facebook. They’re guaranteed to … Continue reading