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The Tristan Times - Tristan da Cunha
The online newspaper of Tristan da Cunha
  Issue No. 582 Online Edition Monday 22 December 2014 

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1: Tristan - Obituary of Barry Swain - Tristan (People) - 20.06.2012
Barry Swain age 26, died in a tragic accident on 2nd June 2012, when he was swept off his feet by a high swell and pulled into the sea when crossing the beach from Anchostock to the Caves

2: Joseph Green MBE - Tristan (People) - 20.06.2012
Joe Green awarded the MBE in the Birthday Honours list announced on 16th June 2012.

3: Tristanís Shipping News 06.08.12 - Tristan (Shipping/Freight) - 08.06.2012
The yacht Pelagic Australis called in at Tristan on the 3rd June, from the Falkland Islands, there were eight crew aboard.

4: Diamond Jubilee celebrations on Remotest Island delayed - Tristan (Health) - 05.06.2012
Tristan da Cunha Diamond Jubilee celebrations on Monday 4th June was scale down following a tragic incident on Saturday 2nd June when an Islander was swept off his feet by a high swell

5: The Chief islanders, Speech at the Diamond Jubilee Church Service - Tristan (Education) - 05.06.2012
When the young Princess Elizabeth learned in 1952 that her father, King George the Sixth, had died -and she was now Queen-the world was a very different place indeed.

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