Stories for October 2000
Former Argentine Foreign Minister Mr Guido Di Tella confirmed his visit to the Falkland Islands on October 14th during an interview with Heather Briley for MercoPress Newsagency, his first media interview since he left office ten months ago.
Falkland Islands representatives attending the two main political party annual conferences in Britain, just ended, have reported a very supportive response, especially from prospective parliamentary candidates who could be Members of Parliament after the forthcoming General Election, expected to be held next year.
The latest reunion of the HMS Endurance Association, formed after her memorable role in the 1982 Falklands Conflict, has been held aboard the present HMS Endurance, berthed at Portsmouth Naval Dockyard as she prepares for her annual six-month-long assignment in the Antarctic. She sails on October 24th to carry out hydrographic surveys, compile navigation charts and support the work of the British Antarctic Survey's scientists.
As he arrived this week in Southern Chile, 18-year-old Prince William, elder son of Prince Charles, faces a rough and challenging ten weeks in one of the world's remotest regions in company with 110 other young men and women from all over the world working on environmental, community and adventure projects organised by Raleigh International.
Cuando llegue al sur de Chile el Príncipe Guillermo de 18 años, hijo mayor del Príncipe Carlos y Lady Diana, se enfrentará a diez duras y desafiantes semanas en una de las regiones más remotas del mundo en compañía de otros 110 muchachos y muchachas de todo el mundo que han elegido trabajar en proyectos de medio ambiente, comunitarios y también de aventura, organizados por Raleigh Internacional.Sumarse a la expedición chilena fue de voluntad propia.