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St Helena Festival of Running 2016 - Jacobs Ladder Challenge

As we eagerly await the arrival of the first scheduled flight to St Helena this week we’re starting the countdown to the St Helena Festival […]

At the end of October 120 Saints joined 70,000+ people in the world-wide hospitality and catering services who gain qualifications by taking the Royal Society […]

On Saturday, 11 October, St Helena took part in the Scott Kelby Worldwide Photowalk for the very first time. Cities from all over the world have been participating in this global event for the past 7 years, and this year St Helena’s photographers took up their cameras to become the 1000th registered country.

At the prize giving ceremony, Dr Niall O’Keeffe, the Chief Executive for Economic Development of Enterprise St Helena, highlighted the importance of tourism to a destination, the global contribution to the economy that tourism delivers and how miniscule in the global context, the expectation for St Helena is, post airport opening.

St Helena’s Mountain Bike Competition started off at 11:00 am at the Millennium Forest.

St Helena Arts and Crafts moved to the Canister from a gloomy room at the back of Broadway House just two years ago.  The move […]

The St Helena Giant Earwig is following the St Helena Olive into extinction.  Last sighted in 1967 and otherwise known as Labidura herculeana the official […]

To mark the construction of St Helena Airport’s terminal building, a special Commemorative Stone was placed at the site, a local basalt rock – a key marker in the development of St Helena Airport.

St Helena must be the jewel in the Commonwealth’s crown. Some even say the “Galapagos of the South Atlantic” as the island is home to a total of 2,932 species as identified by the RSPB.

Fifteen racers proudly paraded their go-karts of all shapes, colours and sizes whilst spectators cheered them on. Just over 1,000 people gathered to witness the event.