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Media website profiles St Helena Online

Simon Pipe writes: A profile of St Helena Online has been published on the Online Journalism Blog, which monitors new developments in the world of internet media – including “hyperlocal” news websites. It acknowledges the many people who’ve helped create this site. I’m quoted as follows: “Mainly, though, I’m proud of the fantastic range of stories on the …

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Human rights project goes live on Facebook

A new Facebook page has been launched as part of the effort to increase awareness of human rights on St Helena. Click here if you’d like to like it. And while you’re at it, please like the new St Helena Online page on Facebook, so you can find out what’s going on with the website.

Farewell to the Goats; welcome to St Helena Online

This website has changed its name. It was called The Island That Was Eaten By Goats because it was originally conceived as a blog, not a news site, and blogs are meant to have unconventional names. St Helena’s greenery was ravaged by goats over several centuries, so it seemed pertinent. The address is thegatesofchaos still, because …

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