Stories for June 2002
Didn't smear Gib says UK; Saturday departure for Punta Arenas snowbound flight?; Becky's Queen of Jubilee May Ball; Uruguay behind Argentine claim.
'It was better than having sex', said 24 year old computer technician Ben Watson, as the final whistle went on England's 1-0 victory over Argentina.
Punta Arenas air traffic back to normal; Uruguay backs Argentina's claim; Chile on a strong recovery trail:
May inflation in Argentina 4%
Magallanes Mayor Raúl Hein Bozic warned Punta Arenas residents on Tuesday that a new heavy snow storm has been forecasted and recommended people to remain in their homes.
Uruguayan president Jorge Batlle offered a tearful public apology for remarks made last Monday when he called Argentines a bunch of thieves, officially putting an end to a diplomatic incident that sent tremors on both sides of the River Plate.
United States government publicly endorsed Argentina's latest efforts to resume talks with the International Monetary Fund, IMF.
The Federal Fisheries Council (CFP) has approved a proposal to be sent to the Application Authority concerning a series of definitions for squid (Illex argentinus) management for the 2003 season.
The Foreign Office in London has denied accusations by Gibraltar that it has attempted to smear the territory's reputation as an international financial centre, in efforts to exert pressure for a sovereignty-sharing deal with Spain.
?It's so sad that some Argentine football players talk of revenge for the 1982 defeat, as opposed to wanting to win the game for sporting reasons'. The thoughts of Julie Clarke, proprietor of the popular Globe Tavern bar in Stanley, where around 300 football fans are expected to stand, shoulder to shoulder, at 7-30 on Friday morning to watch the eagerly awaited Argentine ? England clash.
The Falkland Islands will be represented by a team of six competitors in the forthcoming Commonwealth Games to be held in Manchester beginning July 25th, until August 4th.