SA Airlink Lands First Commercial Passenger Flight At St Helena Airport | Sharon Henry
The feel good factor oozing around St Helena Airport today was just fantastic to witness. The very first commercial passenger flight into St Helena took place; an Avro RJ85 aircraft
Training Dusty’s Dozen | Sharon Henry I’m a sucker for pair of puppy dog eyes and when there are eleven little balls of fluff running amok and rolling over for belly rubs there is a danger of a cuteness overload. What a riot! Eleven, …
Weather It Was Good or Weather It Was Bad | Sharon Henry
Forget the ‘monkey,’ 2016 has been the year of ‘wind shear’ here on St Helena, the term meaning ‘unpredictable wind conditions’ was unfortunately introduced to the island’s vocabulary in April following a
THE MOTHER SHIP HAS LANDED | Sharon Henry
It looks like a spaceship has landed on top of High Knoll Fort. The island’s most visible landmark has a new feature of LED up-lights surrounding its base, glowing a rainbow of colours onto the thick,
GIVE ME WINGS | Darrin Henry
There was string, Sellotape, masking tape, safety pins, cable ties, wire, bendy plastic water piping; there were feathers, silky fabric, net curtains, cardboard, crepe paper, painted bed sheets and tin foil; and there was music and people and dogs and one float cum mobile
A BIG TURNOUT TO WELCOME LISA PHILLIPS | Darrin Henry
St Helena’s new Governor, Lisa Phillips, stepped ashore at 8.06am this morning, Monday 25 April, 2016, met on the wharf by the Chief Secretary, Sean Burns and Mrs Marina Burns and also the island’s elected councillors and other government officials.
THE GOVERNOR CAPES INTERVIEW | Darrin Henry
Mark Capes, Governor of St Helena Island from 2011-2016, has probably overseen four and a half of the most momentous years of this British Overseas Territory’s history, Napoleon’s exile aside, of course.
The building of the airport