THE Tourist Board are actively seeking new business for the Falkland Islands, and in a fiercely competitive international market, it is essential that the Falklands are visible and are putting ourselves in front of the key decision makers as often as possible, to keep our profile high and to promote the benefits of our premier destination.
Two mining projects near the mutual border between Argentina and Chile have sparked protests, with demonstrators claiming that they would cause serious pollution.
Chile's head of the Energy Committee warned that the industrial sector must be prepared to pay higher prices for fuel given the new set of cuts in natural gas supply from Argentina.
Colombia's Trade minister confirmed Monday in Washington that his country had concluded talks for a free trade agreement with United States after nearly two years of negotiations.
With pressure growing on worldwide fish stocks, the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization recommended that governments assign more fishing rights as a means of promoting conservation.
A brand new comprehensive photographic guide to Falkland Islands' wildlife has just been published.