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An exhibition of Falkland Islands photographs by the wildlife expert and artist, Ian Strange, and his daughter, Georgina, on view at the London Falklands Government Office has been praised by the new Governor, Mr Howard Pearce.
Headlines: EU says abattoir 'licensed to kill' ; FIGAS 'no fly' days reduced for sake of tourist industry ; Loligo season short ; Fees reviewed ; Curriculum proposal.
Titulares: U. E. otorgó licencia para faenar a la planta ; FIGAS reduce los días de no vuelos en apoyo al turismo ; Zafra de Loligo más corta ; Ajuste de Tasas ; Propuestas sobre programas de estudio.
Headlines:Prestige devastation will push fish prices up; Project set to revamp sector; New conservation techniques for longliners; CITES approves Patagonian toothfish proposal; Sustainable shrimp fisheries seminar...
Headlines: Giant iceberg spotted off Argentine coast, bound for Brazil; Richard Gere in Punta Arenas; Punta Arenas in the red; Postal strife
More than 200 British war veterans have returned from their 20th anniversary visit to the Falklands full of praise for the welcome they received from the Islanders. It exceeded all their expectations.
Headlines: Cruise season at full steam; Spanish frigate in Punta Arenas; Chile-EU sign agreement.
Headlines: Warm Falklands greeting for Duke of York; Islanders medal; Licence fees lowered but hopes still high for season.
Titulares: Cálido saludo de las Falklands al Duque de York / Medalla para Isleños / Reducen valor de licencias pero todavía hay esperanza de una buena temporada de pesca.
The Falkland Islands visit of the Duke of York and more than 200 other veterans of the 1982 war has been widely covered in the British media, not just in national newspapers and on major television channels, but especially in local newspapers, local radio and regional television. Some radio stations have carried daily reports, interviewing local men recounting their experiences of the fighting.