Tag: Falkland Islands

Falkland Islands
Saturday, October 25th 2014 - 10:53 UTC

Trekker technology captures imagery of Shackleton's South Georgia

The trek, part of the Trekker Loaner Program, was conducted by one Lindblad Expeditions' videographer, and yielded more than 10,000 panoramas

Trekker technology captures imagery of one of the most rarely-visited places on earth, South Georgia and the Falkland Islands, made famous by Sir Ernest Shackleton, one of the bravest and most remarkable explorers. It offers end users the literal experience of being an explorer by traveling to places where traditional vehicles – or they - cannot go.

Friday, October 24th 2014 - 05:20 UTC

Falklands' government releases the 2014 Statistical Yearbook

The Yearbook “will be an invaluable tool for anyone wishing to learn more about the Falklands”, said MLA Poole

The Falkland Islands Government has announced the publication of the Statistical Yearbook 2014. The Yearbook is the culmination of several months of work by the Policy Unit and serves as an almanac of Falkland Islands facts and figures.

Friday, October 24th 2014 - 04:54 UTC

Falklands arrangements for observance of Remembrance Sunday 9 November

A short service will be held at the Cross of Sacrifice and the Roll of Honour read out.

The elected government of the Falkland Islands has made the following arrangements for Sunday 9 November 2014, Remembrance Sunday, which will begin the annual service to be held at Christ Church Cathedral commencing at 09:30 am and led by Reverend Canon Paul Kerr and other local ministers.

Friday, October 24th 2014 - 04:43 UTC

Falklands' veterans involved in 'clean up' after the war receive campaign medals

PM Cameron in Downing Street hands the medals to the veterans (Pic PA)

Falkland Islands veterans who arrived to 'clean up' after the war ended have finally been given their campaign medals after 32 years. David Cameron handed the servicemen the South Atlantic Medal in Downing Street on Wednesday after a long-awaited review found they should have been recognized for their service in 1982, according to a report from Dan Bloom for the MailOnline.

Wednesday, October 22nd 2014 - 15:13 UTC

Falklands' program to monitor social effects of hydrocarbons development

The project is co-funded by FIG, Premier and Noble oil companies

The Falkland Islands government discussed and agreed proposals from the Policy Department on a Social Effects monitoring program in respect of hydrocarbons development, according to the report on the latest Executive Council meeting.

Wednesday, October 22nd 2014 - 09:52 UTC

Falklands prepares for Ebola threat situation; vessels from high risk areas will undergo 21 day clearance period

The threat of the virus arriving to the Falklands via airport routes is not impossible, but it is extremely low

In response to a possible Ebola threat situation the Falkland Islands government is focusing on prevention at this time but with good contingency plans also being laid down as a back up to a possible outbreak.

Wednesday, October 22nd 2014 - 04:55 UTC

Falklands' Noble Energy elected David Stover as president and CEO

Stover has previously been serving as the company's President and Chief Operating Officer and takes his new post in May.

Noble Energy, Inc., which is involved in Falkland Islands hydrocarbons exploration and confirmed its interest in the South Atlantic potential, said on Tuesday that its Board of Directors has elected David Stover as President and Chief Executive Officer, succeeding Charles Davidson as CEO.

Tuesday, October 21st 2014 - 02:10 UTC

Why Falklands are not extended the right to self determination: “shame on G24”

Luke Coffey is a Margaret Thatcher Fellow of the Davis Institute for National Security and Foreign Policy of the Heritage Foundation

Since 1961 the UN Committee of 24 has brought almost 750 million people out of a colonial status, based on their right of self-determination, but “what a shame it won’t extend this same right to another 2,500 people of the Falkland Islands”, said US born Luke Coffey, member of the Heritage Foundation and one time advisor to the UK Defense ministry.

Tuesday, October 21st 2014 - 00:06 UTC

Falklands' first 2014/15 cruise season visitors: 'Ushuaia and Sea Adventurer'

'Ushuaia' in anchored in Stanley. She was the first vessel of the 2014/15 season. 'Sea Adventurer' is scheduled for Wednesday (Pic J. Pompert)

“ M.V.Ushuaia” was the Falkland Islands first cruise ship visitor this season, arriving last Friday morning ready to greet their guests from Natural World Safaris on Saturdays LAN flight. The group of 81 had a chance to spend some free time on their arrival in Stanley, before boarding their ship.

Saturday, October 18th 2014 - 13:40 UTC

The Falkland Islands Tourist Board's Managing Director Confirms Future Plans.

Mr. Mason said the award is dedicated to all those both past and present involved with tourism in the Falkland Islands.

Tony Mason, Managing Director of the Falkland Islands Tourist Board has today confirmed with MercoPress he will be expanding the tourist boards operation in London early next year.

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