The Royal Navy is marking the 60th anniversary of the D-Day Landings by taking part in two events on Sunday 6 June, the international multi-event celebrations in France and the Plymouth Civic Memorial Service on the Hoe.
Cable & Wireless have long been supporters of Falkland Islands athletes attending overseas games.
The Falkland Islanders are determined to maintain their right to self determination and Argentine President Kirchner's administration tactics to put pressure on the Islands are entirely counter productive, said Governor Howard Pearce this Tuesday in his annual address to the Legislative Council.
Falkland Islands are celebrating the 25th anniversary of Stanley's airport with a historic display in the Islands Museum.
Spain has instructed its Port authorities to lift the ban on cruise ships arriving from Gibraltar, reports Gibraltar's Chronicle in this Friday's edition.
Cruise dispute rocks Anglo-Spanish talks.
Spain promises secure, stable future.
A vessel that once stole wealth from Australian waters will now add to it with the Australian Government to use the apprehended Uruguayan flagged fishing boat Maya V for simulated boarding training in Western Australia.
Port Troop leads Rowlands memorial; Shortages in Camp after Tamar crane breaks; Budget session; May Ball tonight.
Gibraltar Chief Minister Peter Caruana accused the British Foreign Office of failing to defend Gibraltar's interests adequately in the on-going cruise liner dispute with Spain
The board of Falkland Islands Holdings PLC (FIH) is pleased to announce the purchase of 21.6% of the issued share capital of Portsmouth Harbour Ferry Company public limited company (PHFC) as a long term investment.