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Feeling The Winter Blues| Sharon Henry Even if 'Summer' puts in a 'meh' performance 'Scruffy August' on St Helena can always be relied upon to do it's dastardly deed. It's so called 'scruffy' because of the rain, mud, wind and general

A SPECIAL CHRISTMAS DRESS | Darrin Henry In 2012, local designer JJ Dansoisne-Martineau created a stunning Christmas Paper Angel Dress as part of the Arts & Crafts’ green themed window display. The dress was made completely from recycled paper sponsored by

Going Under The Sea Without Getting Wet | Sharon Henry Watching fish is scientifically proven to be therapeutic, no matter the size of the tank. Standing behind this massive glass window (19 x 8.5 metres) of a six million gallon tank

LONGWOOD HOUSE 200 YEARS ON | Sharon Henry St Helena struck it lucky being the chosen one to take custody of the notorious Napoleon Bonaparte 200 years ago. The island’s absolute isolation and towering coastal cliffs provided a natural fortress to thwart

[caption id="attachment_1665" align="alignnone" width="800"] Frog Racing - betting tickets being issued.[/caption] RMS ST HELENA IN PICTURES 2 | Darrin Henry It’s time to take another peek through the Picture Porthole of the RMS St Helena at sea. A few months ago our first

MODEL SHOOT AT MILLENNIUM FOREST |Darrin Henry Nothing stops traffic like a pretty girl in a red dress on the side of a road; in this case 40 tonne lorries and the reigning Miss St Helena, Sinead Green. We didn’t quite delay

[caption id="attachment_1249" align="alignnone" width="800"] Mount Actaeon on the central peaks at sunrise.[/caption] ST HELENA DAY | What The Saints Did Next We are marking 21 May 2015, St Helena Day, with a 21 picture special showing off our amazing little island. Since Portuguese

[caption id="attachment_1129" align="alignnone" width="800"] With Ngọc Lê Bích and her brothers and sisters who we met in Vietnam.[/caption] WE ARE THE SAINTS | Darrin Henry The island where we are from is tiny; it would fit into the city of Bangkok twelve times