El nuevo Director de la Planta de la Falkland Islands Broadcasting Station, Stephen Johnston parte esta noche, lunes 14 de agosto desde Inglaterra para tomar posesión del cargo.
The daughter of Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher who ordered the eviction of Argentine forces from the Falkland Islands in 1982 has visited Argentina and returned full of praise. Carol Thatcher describes her visit in a travel article headlined: I Fell in Love with Argentina... But Don't Tell Mother!
Two veterans of Falkland War decided to hand their medals back in protest against what they claimed was a lack of support for troops emotionally wounded by battle.
Falkland Islands born Daniel Biggs has enhanced his prospects of becoming the first ever Islander to play professional football in the English League after being invited back next season to train with the first division team Preston North End.
The newly appointed Station Manager of the Falklands Islands Broadcasting Station, Stephen Johnston flies to the Islands on Monday (August 14) to take up the post.
The most precious survivor of Britain's merchant maritime heritage, the steamship Great Britain, rescued and taken back to Bristol from the Falkland Islands in 1970, has been saved from ruin by a big seven-million pound (ten-and-a-half million dollar) grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund. This will go a long way towards the estimated ten-million pounds(fifteen-million dollars) required to restore and preserve her from her present sad state of deterioration in her original dock at Bristol where parts of the vessel have rotted away.