WE WILL REMEMBER THEM | What The Saints Did Next Remembrance Sunday on St Helena in 2015 was marked on Sunday 8 November with the traditional service at cenotaph in Jamestown. Here's an account of how St Helena remembered the fallen, in photographs.
RETRACING NAPOLEON’S FOOTSTEPS | Sharon Henry Two hundred years ago, on 15 October, 1815, St Helena Island was thrust into the limelight with the reluctant arrival of the world's top celebrity at the time, the French Emperor, Napoleon Bonaparte. After his defeat at the
Mount Actaeon on the central peaks at sunrise. [...]
With Ngọc Lê Bích and her brothers and sisters [...]
SETTING SAIL ON THE RMS ST HELENA | Darrin Henry A 513 year culture of travel to and from St Helena is about to change. Since the island’s discovery, anyone arriving at or leaving has done so exclusively by sea, be that a ship
THE JAMESTOWN TOUR | Sharon Henry Did you know, in her heyday St Helena welcomed over 1,000 visiting ships in a year? Or, that the 'picture' above the Arch is the Coat of Arms of the English East India Company who colonised and governed
St Helena's Whale Sharks | Sharon Henry I am in the sea, a mile out from shore, swimming after a massive whale shark. My heart is pounding as I struggle against choppy waves while at the same time my eyes are locked on the huge tail and the fish it
TRAINING FOR THE SMALL ISLAND GAMES | Darrin Henry Instead of a Saturday morning lie in, a small, dedicated group of five youngsters are up early, training in the sport of rifle shooting on St Helena and trying to hit a one centimetre bullseye
RIVER OF LIGHTS THROUGH JAMESTOWN | Sharon Henry Three nights before Christmas, the streets of Jamestown exploded in a dazzling feast of colour and light as the St Helena Festival of Lights 2014 parade organised by Pilling Primary School, gaily 'danced down the street'