Good progress has been made in improving value for money by government departments on St Helena, according to a progress report from the island’s audit service. Between 2008 and 2011 it made 78 recommendations on more […]
It won’t just be the unique birdlife that will be chirruping on St Helena before long, notes the Evening Standard newspaper in London. Its City Spy column reports that mobile phones will become part of […]
Dax Richards has been thanked for stepping into the role of St Helena’s Financial Secretary after the sudden departure of Paul Blessington. Paul had to leave the island aboard the airport supply ship, the NP […]
Serious failings have delayed the completion of St Helena’s new customs complex and left it unfit for its purpose, an audit has found. The customs and passenger terminal that dominates Jamestown waterfront will not open […]
St Helena’s new customs building is not safe and should not be in use, a report has warned. Staff have also struggled in unacceptable working conditions, says the report by St Helena Audit Service, and […]
Brilliant sunshine brought a glow to the 2012 Reading Sports – the largest annual gathering of St Helenians in the UK. Click on the pictures for a flavour of the August bank holiday fun.
Strangely, the adult egg and spoon race wasn’t included in the 2012 Olympics, and Jessica Ennis wasn’t required to leap about with a balloon between her knees. But that’s all part of the fun at the […]