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

We were at Reading bright and early on Sunday, to set up the Enterprise St Helena (ESH) stall. Every year numerous people, mostly Saints, visit the stall to understand what ESH offers in terms of Business Grants and Loans.

If you fancy a stargazing adventure then you should consider embarking to St Helena. Located 16 degrees south of the equator, virtually every constellation in the sky is visible at one time or another during the year.

When taking the road from Jamestown to Napoleon’s Tomb and Longwood House the route immediately starts to climb up into the hills that surround the […]

The airport is now really starting to take shape. As the fill in Dry Gut rises ever closer to the finish level more work is being done on the airport itself.

On Friday 11th July, 10 athletes embarked on an 8,000+ mile journey from St Helena, destined to represent the island at the Commonwealth Games (CWG) 2014 in Glasgow. Led by the organiser Chef de Mission, Pamela Young, a Saint.

The biannual Festival of Walking started on St Helena this week, which is a fortnight’s programme of walks to suit every walker; whether a beginner or seasoned hiker.

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.

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.

Over 50,000 visits later, this blog has become a one-stop shop for finding out the latest news from the island, providing travel information and insight into what life is like as a Saint.