Work could start in early 2014 on building of a new, permanent wharf in Rupert’s Bay, allowing ships to come alongside a dock to discharge cargo and passengers for the first time in St Helena’s history. Click here to see a gallery of plans and artists’ impressions.
The ability to laugh in the face of adversity is not exactly a required qualification for St Helena’s next head teacher, but it might come in handy. Whoever gets the job – at a salary […]
Some 280 years ago, on 10 February 1733, Captain Phillips of the ship Houghton dropped anchor in James Bay. He arrived with Arabica coffee seeds he had brought from the Red Sea port of Mocha, on the orders of […]
Sean Burns, the Acting Governor of St Helena, has issued the following Christmas message: When we found out that we were coming to St Helena, our friends on Tristan assured us of a warm welcome. […]