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In just under a year an initiative on St Helena to up-skill Saints who want to work in the hospitality industry has become a raving success.

Last year a “pod” of around 17 Whale Sharks visited St Helena, hanging around on the leeward side of the island for a number of weeks. Divers, conservationists and even some lucky tourists got to swim with them - a truly awesome and unforgettable experience.

There is no better way to explore St Helena than on foot, which is why the island is a walker’s paradise.

Today we have interviewed Head Distiller of St Helena Distillery, Paul Hickling. As the man in charge of running the most remote distillery in the […]

St Helena is one of the world’s best kept secrets and the ‘St Helena Distillery’ even more so. It really is the most remote distillery […]

This week we are pleased to publish guest blog post by freelance journalist and award winning blogger, John Honeywell who has just returned from St […]

Believe it or not, it has now been just over two years since the signing of the airport contract. Shortly after the signing of the […]

Imagine Napoleon’s dismay when he saw the cliffs of St Helena emerge from the horizon for the first (and last) time. No, he wasn’t banished […]

Jonathan is St Helena’s oldest resident, by far. It is estimated that Jonathan is between 170 and 200 years old, making him not just St […]

This week we’re pleased to publish a guest post by Martina Peters. She’s a young Saint who joined the National Trust through Enterprise St Helena’s […]