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The Tristan Times - Tristan da Cunha
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  Issue No. 565 Online Edition Thursday 28 August 2014 

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1: St Helena EXCO REPORT 61 – 22nd February 2011 - S.Atlantic (Government) - 23.02.2011
Not long ago I suggested that we would only need one EXCO per month and now, largely as a result of the pressure created by the MOU, we find that we have to have one every week.

2: St Helena EXCO REPORT 69 – 15th February 2011 - Tristan (Government) - 17.02.2011
Executive Councils are flowing thick and fast at present. Much of the reason for that is of course the MOU and the timed targets to which we are working. However today’s meeting was quite a short one with only two items but worth holding none the less as we anticipate a far longer one next week.

3: St Helena EXCO REPORT 59 – 8th February 2011 - St Helena (Government) - 11.02.2011
We were able to welcome Councillor Brian Isaac as a substitute for Councillor Mervyn Yon, who is leaving on the RMS to represent us at the EU-OCT Forum in New Caledonia.

4: H. E. THE GOVERNOR ANDREW GURR REPORTS FROM TRISTAN DA CUNHA - Tristan (Government) - 09.02.2011This article has photographs
It was a very full schedule, I mean, there wasn’t a great deal of spare time, as you can imagine, because it was such a short visit, but I did manage to scramble up to what they call The Base,

5: Shipping News 7th February 2011 - Tristan (Shipping/Freight) - 07.02.2011This article has photographs
The M.V. Edinburgh arrived at Tristan on the 5th February, her intended fishing trip, was turned into a cargo trip when there was a dispute with the crew in Cape Town prior to sailing. Photos (c) James Glass (Tristan Times)

6: Tristan’s Governor makes his first visit to the Island - Tristan (Government) - 07.02.2011This article has photographs
Governor Andrew Gurr, who departed St Helena aboard the RMS on 18th January 2011 for his first visit to Tristan da Cunha, arrived at Tristan on on Sunday 30th January, after circumnavigating Gough Island 223nm to the SSE Photos (c) James Glass (Tristan Times)

7: Queen Mary 2 visits Tristan - Tristan (Tourism/Travel) - 07.02.2011This article has photographs
On the 1st February there was much excitement in the community when they heard that the QM 2 was making an unexpected visit to Tristan and that she was coming in close enough to let her passengers take photos of Tristan’s only settlement ... Photo (c) James Glass (Tristan Times)

8: Question on Tristan da Cunha Health Contract Answered in the House of Lords - Tristan (Health) - 06.02.2011
The HeathLink3 contract is between the St Helena Government and Northern Island Co-operation Overseas (NICO). The contract includes provision for medical support to Tristan da Cunha, a dependency of St Helena. Tristan da Cunha does not have a separate contract for medical services.

9: St Helena ExCo Report 59 – 1st February 2011 - Tristan (Government) - 03.02.2011
At the start of today’s meeting, I welcomed Mrs Gillian Francis, whom I had earlier once more sworn in as an ex officio Councillor whilst Acting Chief Secretary.

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