Ascension Islanders ignored? FCO on the case

THE Foreign and Commonwealth Office is, “working hard to find an interim solution,” to the situation caused by the suspension of flights to Ascension Island, a spokesperson told Penguin News this week.

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Bill and Louise bring home bronze

A MAGNIFICENT bronze medal for members of the Falkland Archery Team, Louise Clarke and Bill Chater, capped off what has been, so far, a week of personal and team excellence in Gotland.

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Falklands’ progress on display in London

‘The Falklands: 35 Years of Progress’ photographic exhibition was opened to the public on Tuesday and got the thumbs up from the Falklands football team who took the opportunity to visit on their way to Gotland for the NatWest Island Games.

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New Falklands terminal in two and a half years

THE air terminal at Mount Pleasant is likely to be subject to civilianisation in approximately nine months, and be rebuilt, or extended or refurbished in two and a half years, stated the Chief Executive Barry Rowland at the public meeting on Monday.

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Red Cross exhumation of Argentine bodies to begin

WITH 123 graves to be exhumed but 140 families waiting for news, the exhumation and identification of Argentine war dead in the Falklands will bring answers to some families, but not every family involved.

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