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The Tristan Times - Tristan da Cunha
The online newspaper of Tristan da Cunha
  Issue No. 578 Online Edition Monday 24 November 2014 
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1: Tristan Science - Research and conservation activities at Inaccessible Island - Tristan (Inaccessible Island) - 19.12.2009
Peter Ryan & Rob Ronconi tell us about valuable research on Inaccessible Island.

2: Tristan Team to Attend ACAP Working Group - Falklands (Inaccessible Island) - 12.01.2006
The Environmental Committee confirmed that a group from Tristan da Cunha will attend a workshop in the Falklands from 12 to 15 March 2006.

3: M/S Endeavour: The Landing at Inaccessible Island - Tristan (Inaccessible Island) - 04.05.2004This article has photographs
This would be the first ever landing by the Endeavour zodiacs, the first for Tristanian students, first for me and the other passengers. Photos (c) J. Brock (FINN)

4: Historic First for Tristan Students - Tristan (Inaccessible Island) - 27.04.2004This article has photographs
Students have landed on many remote places during their GAP years and at other stages during their primary and secondary education. However, some from St. Mary’s School in Edinburgh, Tristan da Cunha – itself a pretty remote place – have gone to the head of the class as far as landing on remote Islands. Photo(c) J. Brock (SARTMA - TdC) Tristanian Students on Salt Beach, Inaccessible Island


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