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Issue No. 582
Monday 22 December 2014
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1: - Tristan (Shipping/Freight) - 31.10.2011 HMS CLYDE VISITS TRISTAN On Friday the 28th October, the HMS Clyde called in at Tristan on her way to South Africa, from the Falklands. She arrived at 0830 and departed at 1800.
2: - Tristan (Government) - 22.10.2011 Tristan - ExCo Report - 18th October 2011 This is my third, and probably my final, ExCo report; and I am sorry for delivering it a day late. There was urgent work to be done which made it impossible for me to complete the report yesterday.
3: - Tristan (Fisheries) - 19.10.2011 Tristan - Fishing update Oct 19th 2011 Due to bad weather at Tristan, the lobster factory is some 24,727kgs
behind from this time last year.
4: - Tristan (Government) - 15.10.2011 The CPA celebrates 100 years To commemorate 100 years of the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association (CPA), the St Helena Branch will be celebrating with a focus on the inaugural meeting of the St Helena Youth Parliament on Monday 24th October 2011.
5: - Tristan (Government) - 15.10.2011 Tristan - Ex-Co Report - 11th October 11 We had another a short but useful meeting, completing the business in a little under an hour and a half.
6: - S.Atlantic (Government) - 09.10.2011 FAILING MARKS FOR EXPRESS ARTICLE ON FALKLANDS’ DEFENCE Marco Giannangeli’s article entitled, “BRITAIN will use bases in South Africa to regain the Falkland Islands if they are ever captured,” published in the Sunday Express on line, Saturday, 08 October 2011 is an un-researched and ridiculous attempt to stir the pot yet again in the South Atlantic.
7: - Tristan (People) - 08.10.2011 Tristan Remembers Volcano + 50 The BBC reports that Fifty years ago a village in Hampshire forged an unlikely link with one of the most isolated communities on earth.
8: - Tristan (Shipping/Freight) - 08.10.2011 Bad weather prevents offloading at Tristan Vessels arriving at Tristan, during the last week have been hampered by bad weather.