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St Helena : ST HELENA GOVERNMENT WEBSITE
Submitted by Saint Helena Herald (Public Relations Information Office) 30.06.2013 (Article Archived on 28.07.2013)

St Helena Government is pleased to announce the launch of its new website, which has gone live at the same address: www.sainthelena.gov.sh





ST HELENA
GOVERNMENT WEBSITE



 



St Helena Government is pleased to
announce the launch of its new website, which has gone live at the same
address:
www.sainthelena.gov.sh



 



This website replaces the previous
one and is designed to be more user friendly and visual than its predecessor,
featuring a themed deep blue colour from the St Helena Crest and many more
striking images of the Island.



The site will appeal to users on
and off Island with an interest in St Helena affairs, her people, the Airport,
the Island’s wonderful environment and rich heritage – with subject areas such
as News, About Us, Visitors, Investors and Saints Overseas all more easily accessible
from the Home Page.



Ian Jones, Chief Public Relations
Officer said:



 



“We wanted a better, more
visual site with a clearer layout and more intuitive navigation – so users can
find their way around quickly. Despite a very limited budget we have worked
with local company Lupa Designs to achieve this. We will now work to improve
this website and add new material and services, but it’s already a much better
platform.”



 



During this initial trial period
we are still making additions and amendments to the site (for example, some
services, such as video streaming will come online shortly).



 

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