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  • October Charter Flight – Register your Interest

    The Titan Airways October charter flight will operate between the United Kingdom and St Helena during the week beginning 26 October 2020. Passengers considering travelling on this flight are asked to register their interest by 9am on Thursday, 24 September 2020.  This strict deadline is necessary to allow the aircraft and flight arrangements to be […]

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  • Education & Employment Committee Meeting Summary – Wednesday, 19 August 2020

    The monthly meeting of the Education & Employment Committee took place on Wednesday, 19 August 2020. The Senior Economist gave an update on the Career Access St Helena (CASH) Scheme. It was explained that whilst funding was approved for CASH, the restructuring of St Helena Government (SHG) and the freeze on recruitment meant a temporary […]

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  • Update on Home Quarantine and Titan Airways Charter Flight

    Titan Airways’ Boeing 757-200 at St Helena Airport (July 2020)

    The charter flight which arrived at St Helena Airport yesterday, 16 September 2020, departed this morning at 8.16am for Ascension Island with 16 passengers onboard. The flight is scheduled to return to St Helena at 3pm today (subject to change) with 26 passengers onboard. Passengers arriving from Ascension Island will now be able to quarantine […]

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  • Peaks Project Development Group Holds Public Information Session

    Photo: © St Helena Tourism

    The Peaks Project Development Group (PPDG) held a public information session on the Peaks Project – ‘Restoring St Helena’s Internationally Important Cloud Forest for Water Security and Wildlife’ – at the Museum of Saint Helena on Tuesday, 15 September 2020. The session started at 7pm with a welcome by HE Governor Dr Philip Rushbrook. HE […]

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  • September Charter Flight Arrives At St Helena Airport

    Titan Airways’ Boeing 757-200 at St Helena Airport (July 2020)

    After a two-day delay due to poor weather conditions on St Helena, the charter flight, operated by Titan Airways, arrived at St Helena Airport today at 1.18pm, with 53 passengers on-board, including eight passengers who are transiting to Ascension Island. The flight will operate a shuttle service to Ascension Island on Thursday, 17 September, returning […]

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  • St Helena Weekly Police Report

    WEEK OF 7 – 13SEPTEMBER 2020 During the week of Monday, 7, to Sunday, 13 September 2020, Police dealt with a total of 42 reports, resulting in five arrests. Seven domestic reports were made, which resulted in three arrests.  Pending further investigations, arrested persons have all been bailed to return to Police at a later […]

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  • C19 Country Classification Update of 16 September 2020

    The Statistics Office has published an update to the classification of countries based on their 14-day cumulative COVID-19 case prevalence rates and England quarantine status: please download the file here.

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  • ‘Napoleon 200’ Campaign Launched

    The new British Napoleonic Bicentenary Trust (BNBT) launched its ‘Napoleon 200’ Campaign – a range of events to tell the story of Napoleon on St Helena – to the public on Thursday, 10 September 2020. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the event was held entirely online. The Trust has two main objectives: To preserve the […]

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  • Sally Young Successfully Completes Level 3 Course in Supporting Teaching and Learning

    St Paul’s Primary School Class Instructor, Sally Young, achieves Level 3 in Supporting Teaching and Learning Sally studied alongside her teaching role in school Sally is currently working towards a Level 4 in Teaching and Learning Classroom Instructor at St Paul’s Primary School (SPPS), Sally Young, has successfully passed a Level 3 course in Supporting […]

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  • Governance Commission Public Engagement

    The Governance Commission has commenced their programme of public engagement on the two alternate systems of governance for St Helena (either a revised Committee system or a Ministerial form of government), that Professor Sarkin recommended as alternatives to the current committee system.  Members of the public wishing to provide comments or take part in discussions […]

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