Thirteen days before Christmas, 43 people marched to protest the “behind closed doors” method of decision-making by Executive Council to introduce home quarantine as a Covid-19 protection measure, over mandatory 14-day stays at Bradley’s Camp, as the preferred method of keeping St Helena safe.
A Boeing 757-200 Lands on St Helena making it the largest aircraft at HLE to date. The 757-200 is 47.3m in length, much longer than our usual Embraer E190 at 36.24m. The 51 passengers on this repatriation charter flight all began quarantine at Bradley’s.
A Titan Airways, Airbus A318 is landing on St Helena today, bringing long-awaited Coronavirus test kits and other medical supplies, plus approximately 10 passengers. St Helena’s regular air service, provided by SA Airlink, is currently suspended while South Africa is in lockdown because of
St Helena is possibly still Covid-19 free at the time of writing this on 28 March, 2020, but it seems unlikely to remain that way much longer. Last night it was announced that one of the 37 passengers who arrived on the last flight
Inside The Upside Down Noah’s Ark | Sharon Henry Any Anglican priest serving at St Pauls Cathedral of St Helena is working at one of the most remote island churches in the world. Middle of the South Atlantic is pretty remote. Famous churches have
A Home Fit For A Princess | Darrin Henry Ten years ago today a new elderly care home on St Helena, ‘Her Royal Highness, The Princess Royal Community Care Centre,’ at Ladder Hill was opened. The oldest living person on St Helena, Mrs Hilda Clingham (98)
AN AFTER DARK FANTASY ON ST HELENA | Darrin Henry Capturing pictures of St Helena that are a little bit different is not always easy, but with strobist landscape photography I think we might have something new. For WTSDN, anyway. Once again Sharon and
Touring the Country Church At Hutt’s Gate | Sharon Henry My earliest memory of St Matthew’s church is feeling like a princess at a family wedding. I was wearing a new dress, blue chiffon with tiny white flowers. The sprinkling of rice confetti at the
DIANA’S PEAK POST BOX WALK | Darrin Henry Diana’s Peak, the endemic rich pinnacle of St Helena at 823m is THE post box walk to go on the top of anyone’s island activity sheet. Stunning 360 degree panoramic views, an easy to moderate level
A SURVIVAL BATTLE WE DON’T DARE LOSE | Darrin Henry The formal roots of Conservation on St Helena were established 38 years ago following the dramatic recovery of the St Helena ebony, previously thought to be extinct. The late George Benjamin, now an icon