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

The message from the construction of St Helena’s airport is clear. “We are on schedule and on budget…” said Building Project Manager, Derek Alexander.

“This is so interesting and touching, I felt terribly moved by what I saw.” This comment reflects one of the many responses from visitors to the special exhibition “Liberty Bound: Slavery and St Helena” at the International Slavery Museum in Liverpool.

Marine Awareness Week is celebrated annually on St Helena to raise awareness of the importance of the Island’s marine environment, underwater habitats and species.

It’s coming up to a year since we first launched the St Helena Wirebird Blog and we’ve been overwhelmed with the positive response it has […]

On Friday 4th April a dramatic new exhibition called ‘Liberty Bound: Slavery and St Helena’ opens at the International Slavery Museum in Liverpool.

St Helena is to receive a cutting edge aircraft landing system before any UK airport. The system is ideally designed to suit St Helena’s varied terrain and remote location; 700 miles away from the nearest possible emergency diversion, and 1,100 miles away from the mainland.

After 24 years of service, the RMS St Helena is to receive internet Wifi facilities for the first time!

Yesterday morning the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games Queen’s Baton arrived on St Helena for the third time in the history of the Commonwealth Games! We’re pleased to share some images from this historic day.

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.