New Cathedral minister licensed to preach; Racecourse secured for next 15 years; Ferry's arrival may be delayed; South Georgia fishing talks; Men remanded in police custody; Agreement on Camp telephones is 'close'; Peat Cutting weekend.
Uruguay's wholesale prices soared 3.1% in September, pushed by higher agriculture costs admitted the government, bringing overall wholesale inflation for the first nine months of the year to 17.6%, compared to 9.7% in the same period a year ago.
Venezuelan and Iranian presidents Hugo Chávez and Mahmoud Ahmadinejad ratified their anti-imperialist stance and assured a new time of justice for the oppressed peoples around the world is starting.
Borders & Southern Petroleum PLC, the Falkland Islands oil explorer, said its first half to end-June pretax loss narrowed to £117,158 from £182,010 saying the next year would be exciting as it evaluated the area covered by its production licences.
Forty British Royal Marines Reserve (RMR) Commandos from RMR Merseyside are heading back to the Falkland Islands next week 25 years on from the original South Atlantic conflict.
Former French finance minister Dominique Strauss-Kahn was selected September 28 as the new Managing Director of the IMF. The IMF Executive Board said it selected Strauss-Kahn, 58, by consensus to succeed Rodrigo de Rato for a five-year term beginning November 1.
Officers from the United Nations Standing Police Capacity will undergo two weeks of training in transitional justice and other aspects of peacekeeping at the top police leadership centre in the United Kingdom from 8-19 October ahead of deployment to their first mission, revealed senior UN Police officers in New York.
Mining leaders in Chile indicated to local press this week that their industry is bracing for energy shortages in the coming year
Chile's wine and fish exports for the first eight months of 2007 increased a significant 34% and 12% respectively compared to the same period last year.
The emergence of new players in the global market and shifts in the policies of gas and oil producers means that traditional conglomerates from industrialized nations are facing increasing competition in the race to access the world's reserves, revealed the United Nations agency on trade and development issues.