20 Ocotober 2016
Wearing Wings to Continue the Fight Against Cancer
As the sun came out in all its glory, hundreds donned costumes with wings and fluttered through the streets of Jamestown for Carnival 2016 on Saturday.
Coffee for a Cause: The Cancer Support and Awareness Charity held a coffee morning on Saturday. The hall at the Jamestown Community Centre was packed full of people sipping tea and coffee and enjoying cakes and pastries.
13 October 2016
Through A Lens”:37 people turned up on a chilly Saturday morning for St Helena’s third Annual Worldwide Photowalk.The Worldwide Photowalk is run by professional photographer Scott Kelby to raise funds for The Springs of Hope, Kenya Orphanage. Locally, the event provides a chance for photographers to gather and share thoughts and images.
6 October 2016
6 Saint Nurses Sign Up for Nursing Degrees...“This is a Big Deal Internationally”: On Monday 26 September, 6 nurses from St Helena’s hospital embarked on a nursing degree offered online from Derby University, UK. Lisa Rhodes, Hospital Nursing Manager said that healthcare provision on the island has been modernised and nurses have had to adjust and up-skill rapidly to keep pace.
22 September 2016
“This is a Big Deal Internationally”: The 200 mile nautical zone surrounding the island has now been designated as a marine protected area. The Environmental Protection Ordinance gave the island the power to be able to allocate the area and also adopt a management plan.
The Sentinel: Latest issue of the Sentinel is now available to view and download for free
20 October 2016
Local entry, Patches, arrived at St Helena on 6 January in the Governor's Cup Race. The arrival, finish line and stepping ashore is all in this video, plus an interview with Sandy Francis about her experience.
6 January 2013 .