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1: Cancer Takes Falklands Hero - S.Atlantic (Heritage) - 30.12.2006
The dreaded "C" has taken one of the Falklands heros of the 1982 conflict with Argentina. Photo (c) J. Brock (FINN) Terry receiving a cheque in aid of SAMA'82.

2: Stanley Sports Association Morning Meeting 26 December 2006 - Falklands (Snippets) - 28.12.2006
Excellent, sunny weather made it a perfect morning out.

3: Stanley Sports Association Afternoon Meeting 26 December 2006 - Falklands (Snippets) - 28.12.2006
Racing continued in sunny, windy and warm weather.

4: Prime Minister's Seasonal Message to the Falklands - Falklands (Heritage) - 26.12.2006
Unlike in previous years the Prime Minister's seasonal message was not broadcast in the Falklands.

5: Proclamation issued by Governor Clancy - St Helena (Gen - Government) - 23.12.2006
Before departing St Helena, Governor Clancy issued a Proclamation, on 20 December 2006, declaring that the Second Session of the Legislative Council is to take place on Monday 29 January 2007 commencing at 10am.

6: Lord Triesman Sends Seasonal Message - Falklands (Business News) - 23.12.2006
Lord Triesman, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, was due to visit the Falkland Islands from 15 – 16 December. His visit was cancelled at the eleventh hour due to adverse weather conditions at Mount Pleasant.

7: St. Helena Executive Council Report - St Helena (Business News) - 23.12.2006
At the Executive Council meeting held on Tuesday 19 December the following matters were discussed:

8: St. Helena: Land Development Control Plan Approved. - St Helena (Business News) - 23.12.2006
At its meeting on Tuesday 19 December, the Executive Council advised the Governor that the draft Land Development Control Plan should be approved.

9: SHG BUDGET 2007/08 TO 2009/10 - St Helena (Business News) - 23.12.2006
SHG will be submitting the first draft of the budget and supporting operational plan to DFID today. The first draft of the budget is based on the detailed calculations by the Department, and these calculations have been reviewed by the relevant Committees and the Finance Department. These calculations include new bids for expenditure required by the Departments.

10: Interviews Conducted for DFID Funded Posts - St Helena (Business News) - 23.12.2006
The Department For International Development and the St Helena Government have conducted a number of interviews for various DFID funded vacancies.

11: FINN(COM) Calandar (23/12/06) - Falklands (Business News) - 23.12.2006
Find out what is happening in the Falklands over the Christmas weekend.

12: Hydrocarbons Daily Record: Thursday, 21 December 2006 - S.Atlantic (Mineral Resources) - 22.12.2006
Inventories and weather have been the driving forces behind the price of crude thus far this week.

13: SARTMA Up and Running - S.Atlantic (Business News) - 21.12.2006This article has photographs
SARTMA, Tristan Times and the Islander newspaper have been down due to unavoidable technical problems.

14: Hydrocarbons Weekend Record: 15 to 17 December 2006 - Falklands (Mineral Resources) - 18.12.2006
Geopolitics and the OPEC decision to further cut production were major factors in the increase of crude prices last week.

15: Hydrocarbons Daily Record: Thursday, 14 December 2006 - Falklands (Mineral Resources) - 15.12.2006
OPEC's decision to cut production by approximately 500,000 bpd has caused the price of crude to increase today.

16: Hydrocarbons Daily Record: Wednesday, 13 December 2006 - Falklands (Mineral Resources) - 14.12.2006
Investors are nervous about the world-wide supply of hydrocarbons products ahead of the OPEC meeting scheduled to take place tomorrow.

17: FIG To Participate in Exercise to Test Emergency Plans - Falklands (Gen - Government) - 13.12.2006
A major exercise to test plans designed to deal with a major civilian emergency is to be held on 20th December.

18: Hydrocarbons Daily Record (11/12/06) - Falklands (Mineral Resources) - 12.12.2006
Investors are waiting to hear about the FED and interest rates. There are also some doubts about whether OPEC will decide to cut production at their next meeting on 14 December.

19: Police News (11/12/06) - Falklands (Legal) - 12.12.2006
Sergeant Dave Roberts of the Royal Falkland Islands Police updates us on the latest police activity.

20: Annual Engine Pull Raises Money for Memorial Fund - Falklands (Heritage) - 11.12.2006
The Stephen Jaffray Memorial Fund will benefit from the Fire and Rescue Service's annual Fire Engine Pull.

21: Press Freedom in Fiji Still Under Threat - S.Atlantic (Business News) - 10.12.2006
There isn't a price you can put on free speech. If you were running Coca-Cola and the Army came and asked you to include Arsenic in the next batch of Coke, what would you do?

22: Hydrocarbons Daily Record (08/12/06) - Falklands (Mineral Resources) - 10.12.2006
Nigeria's terrorism and supplies in the United States helped to fluctuate crude prices today.

23: Ascension Island is talk of the week at German Star Rider’s yard in Bavaria - Ascension (Heritage) - 10.12.2006This article has photographs
This week, at the yard of German star rider Uwe Schwanz in Holzkirchen in the heart of Bavaria, Ascension Island was the main topic of conversation at the coffee table?

24: Hydrocarbons Weekend Record (09 and 10 Decemberr 2006) - Falklands (Mineral Resources) - 10.12.2006
South American Countries are getting together to discuss trade, especially in the hydrocarbons businesses.

25: Hydrocarbons Record (06 and 07 Decemberr 2006) - Falklands (Mineral Resources) - 08.12.2006
It looks as if weather and supply caused the price of crude to rise today. Also adding to todays rise in prices were attacks on Nigerian oil facilities.

26: FINN(COM) Daily Calendar: 08/12/06 - Falklands (Business News) - 08.12.2006
Find out what is happening around the Falklands.

27: Hydrocarbons Daily Record (05/12/06) - Falklands (Mineral Resources) - 06.12.2006
Relatively warmer weather forecasts and good inventories balanced against threatened OPEC production cuts to ease the price of crude today.

28: Lord Triesman to Visit the Falklands - Falklands (Business News) - 06.12.2006
Lord Triesman will visit to discussissues affecting the Falklands and hear about what matters to islanders.

29: Falkland Islands Holdings Announce Interim Results - Falklands (Business News) - 06.12.2006
It's good news for investors as FIH announce interim results.

30: Gateway House Closed at Brize Norton - All (Tourism/Travel) - 06.12.2006
Gateway House, familiar to all who travel to the Falklands via the airbridge, is closed until further notice.

31: Hydrocarbons Daily Record (04/12/06) - Falklands (Mineral Resources) - 05.12.2006
The election of Hugo Chavez for a second term as President of Venezuela has helped to lower the price of crude today.

32: Police News (04/12/06) - Falklands (Legal) - 05.12.2006
Sergeant Dave Roberts of the Royal Falkland Islands Police updates us on the latest police activity.

33: FGML Audited Results for year ended 30 September 2006 - Falklands (Business News) - 05.12.2006
See the results that FOGL has obtained this financial year.

34: FCO Paper on Good Governance Released in the Falklands - S.Atlantic (Gen - Government) - 05.12.2006This article has photographs
Gilbert House announced today that an FCO paper on Good Governance has been released. Photo (C) St. Helena Media - Councillors from the UK Overseas Territories pose with Lord Triesman at the OTCC.

35: Press Freedom Violated in Fiji - S.Atlantic (Legal) - 05.12.2006
The Daily Record may have experienced problems but another colleague has had to shut down because of a press freedom violation.

36: Chief Executive Sets the Record Straight About the Holdberg - Falklands (Fisheries) - 04.12.2006
Chris Simpkins has told Councillor Summers why the Holdberg was fishing at Port Purvis.

37: Seabirds Succeed on Ascension Island - Ascension (Environment) - 04.12.2006This article has photographs
Ascension Island, a small, remote, volcanic island in the South Atlantic, is rich in unique flora and fauna. When it was first inhabited in 1815, it was thought to host 20 million individual seabirds, including the Ascension frigatebird, a globally threatened species found nowhere else in the world. Photo(c) A. Pelembe

38: Hydrocarbons Weekend Record 01 to 03 December 2006 - Falklands (Mineral Resources) - 03.12.2006
We await the outcome of Venezuela's elections. It is expected that the people will re-elect President Hugo Chavez for a second six year term.

39: Falkland Wool Growers Report for Week Ending 01/12/06 - Falklands (Agriculture) - 02.12.2006
Robert Hall updates us on what the wool market did last week.

40: Hydrocarbons Daily Record (30/11/06) - Falklands (Mineral Resources) - 01.12.2006
OPEC are set to meet on December 14th and it is expected that they will formally agree to another production cut.

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