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A devastatingly poor Illex season overshadowed developments in the fisheries sector said Falkland Islands Governor Howard Pearce.
Falkland Islands Governor Howard Pearce in his annual address to the Legislative Council said that the Department of Mineral Resources had an active year with interest in exploration for hydrocarbons in frontier areas increasing in the second half of 2003 because of unrest in the Middle East and consistently high oil prices.
Royal Navy patrol vessel HMS Dumbarton Castle has returned home to Portsmouth from an £8m upgrade in Scotland.
Starting a mussels industry plus attracting Scottish investment to the Falkland Islands was the main objective of a two weeks fact finding trip by representatives of the Islands fishing industry.
The Falkland Islands Legislative Council Fisheries Committee met in Stanley to consider the Illex squid licence refund and heard a brief preliminary report from some participants in the recent aquaculture fact-finding trip to Ireland and Scotland.
Great Britain discarded this Monday plans for an Argentine airline to fly to the Falkland Islands.
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United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan has restated his commitment to decolonization in territories regarded by the organisation as non-self governing, including the Falkland Islands.