Sea lions dying as island still burns; Argentine families' letter of thanks; Jeremy Moore Ave at risk from flood?; Council says no to flight proposals; Stanley busy with cruises.
Finally after weeks of frustrated attempts a team of divers with the help of a floating crane from the port of Montevideo, Uruguay, managed this Wednesday evening to recover the range finder of the German battleship Admiral Graf Spee sunk in the River Plate since December 1939.
Families of 25 fishermen temporarily stuck in Hakea Prison Farm were celebrating in Uruguay last night as news of their release reached home.
Following a confidential telephone discussion with British Foreign Office Minister Bill Rammell, Falklands Councillors have confirmed that there has been no breakthrough with respect to air links between the Islands and Argentina.
Owners of the Viarsa 1 have alleged the boarding of their ship was unlawful in an action against the Australian Government launched in the Australian Federal Court.
The vessel BBC Japan, which left the Argentine port of Campana was docked around 4 o'clock this afternoon.
The General Directorate of Maritime Interests and Continental Fisheries of the Government of Chubut has authorised the lobster fishing in the gulf San Jorge starting midnight on 21 February.
No-one on the Rock can really be surprised that the Spanish Government has decided to take the United Kingdom to the European Court of Justice for implementing UK electoral law in Gibraltar.
This is a stunning book of Falklands wildlife by the Award winning photographer/naturalist, and Life Member of Falklands Conservation, Kevin Schafer.
Spain to challenge Gib-European vote; Gib Liberals invited to Asian conference; Spain claims Gib banks launder money; Praise for Kofi Annan decolonization statement.