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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.

When the RMS St Helena departs Jamestown harbour for Ascension it brings the realisation that the lifeline to the world has been severed.

We’re delighted to announce that the RMS St Helena has been shortlisted in the UK’s Cruise International Awards, in their Adventure category.

Last Monday the annual commemorative service was held at Napoleon’s Tomb to mark the death of the French Emperor, 193 years ago.

Malika Van Reenen is a Capetownian award-winning chief, with a passion for food that was inspired by two generations of wonderful cooks, her mother and grandmother.

The fourth post of our Walker’s Guide series, with information supplied and written by one of St Helena’s most avid walkers, Ed Thorpe.

This morning the Queen’s Baton arrived on St Helena for the third time in the history of the Commonwealth Games, after travelling for 130 days as part of a colossal 118,000 mile global journey.

It’s on target to transform St Helena and secure the island’s future, according to St Helena Government.