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Okay, Napoleon: where do we go from here?

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alabasta bust of Napoleon stares out from The Briars, St Helena

Dear readers

Running this website has been a great experience. St Helena produces such fascinating stories. And it turns out to be pioneering – various experts say they know of nothing else like it in the world. But now it needs your help, please.

I ran St Helena as the final project for a masters degree in online journalism, with final submission on Friday, 14 September 2012. But it doesn’t stop there.

Now the site has, in effect, “left college”, it needs to make its own way in the world. And this is where I need advice. What do you want to read? Stories about Jonathan the tortoise? Scrutiny of public affairs? Features like the amazing tale of the lost African tribe that inspired a new line of paper jewellery for the craftspeople at SHAPE? What have you liked – and hated? (I can take it).

Please let me know by using the Contact form on this site. And if you’ve got a story you’d like to share that relates to the island, let me know the same way. Any time.

Best wishes…

The editor
Simon Pipe, photographed during a parade through Jamestown, by Ed Thorpe
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