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V19. No 03 Price £1.00 Friday, May 25, 2007
Sailors restore Coventry’s cross New Chief Justice
HIS Excellency the Governor has
THE memorial on Pebble Island for formally appointed His Lordship
HMS Coventry has received a major Christopher Gardner QC as Chief
facelift for the anniversary of her Justice of the Falkland Islands.
sinking twenty-five years ago Mr Gardner was sworn in by
today. Acting Governor Mahala Wynns in
Built in 1983 by Coventry the Turks and Caicos Islands on
survivors, the memorial had May 22.
become severely weathered in its Mr Gardner has served as Chief
exposed position on the side of Justice in the Turks and Caicos
First Mountain. Islands (British West Indies) since
The mahogany and iron cross November 2004 and will be
that forms the main part of the returning to London later this year.
memorial was removed in early He replaces James Wood as
May by crew members of HMS Chief Justice of the Falklands, who
Edinburgh. It was flown onboard was appointed in September 1998
by the ship’s Lynx helicopter where
the restoration work was carried out following the death of Sir Renn
by members of the Marine Davis.
Engineering Department, under Commenting on the
the supervision of Chief MEM appointment, His Excellency the
Hattie Jacques. Governor, Mr Alan Huckle, said, “I
The cross was flown back to am very pleased to have appointed
Pebble Island on Wednesday by Christopher Gardner QC to serve
helicopter, along with a six-man as Chief Justice of the Falkland
party to reassemble it. For Chief Islands. He comes with a fine
Jacques and his team this was the reputation from the Turks and
reward for many hours of work put Caicos Islands, which is a British
in to restoring the cross, and they Overseas Territory in the
were justifiably pleased with the job Caribbean, and he has had a
they had done. Although serving on distinguished legal career in
HMS Edinburgh at present, they London.”
are in fact crew members of HMS Mr Huckle added, “I take this
Exeter (on a trial crew exchange),
opportunity also publicly to thank
Picture: A White
a sister ship of HMS Coventry and
the last serving Royal Navy vessel James Wood for his distinguished
from the Falklands war, therefore service as our Chief Justice since
the project had a particular 1998 and also as Senior Magistrate
poignancy for the team. before then - and wish him well for
The restoration work was the future. He has served the
carried out by Chief MEM Jacques, Falklands well.”
POME Norman, LMEM Scobie,
LMEM Allen, MEM Lardner and with HMS Broadsword The ship capsized in less than half Badminton coach visits
ETME Ellis; the Lynx crew were approximately 10 miles north of an hour and sank with the loss of
Lt Sims and Lt Reynolds. Pebble Island, when she was bombed 19 lives. THE Badminton Club is hosting a
On May 25, 1982 HMS by Argentine Skyhawks as part of A commemorative service professional coach, Rebecca
Coventry was on radar picket duty their “Homeland Day offensive”. takes place at the memorial today. Pantaney, to help with training, in
preparation for the Island Games
Badminton Tournament in
‘No meeting of minds’ on sovereignty, says Governor Greenland in October this year.
IN HIS annual Address to the consistently made it clear that the memorations planned by the Ar- The visit is sponsored by
Nation, the Governor has spoken UK government has no doubt about gentine Families Commission for the Commonwealth Games
of the Falklands’ strong links with British sovereignty over the Falk- later this year, Mr Huckle urged the Association, Falkland Islands
the United Kingdom and the land Islands, and that there can be respect of Islanders’ feelings. He Company, Falkland Islands Holdings
deterioration in relations with no change in that sovereignty or explained, “...memories of the Ar- and Caribbean Alliance Insurance
Argentina. discussion of sovereignty unless and gentine invasion and occupation Company and help and support has
His Excellency Mr Alan Huckle until the Islanders agree - and cur- are still very stark here. The Ar- also been provided by the Falkland
yesterday told Legislative Council rently I see no indication that Is- gentine government...cannot ig- Islands Overseas Games
and the listening public that the pres- landers wish any such change.” nore the fact that the invasion oc- Association.
ence of senior representatives of the By contrast, he said, the ap- curred and that it changed the situ- Rebecca, herself a
UK at the planned Liberation com- proach of the current Argentine ation completely for Islanders and Commonwealth Games gold medal
memorations - such as the Earl of government has been disappoint- Her Majesty’s Government alike. holder and currently ranked number
Wessex, the Minister for the Armed ing. “The Argentine government “It will be important, therefore, four in England, will be arriving on
Forces and the Shadow Defence Sec- have made it clear publicly that in agreeing with the Argentine Fami- Saturday for two weeks.
retary - “clearly demonstrates” the what they want is discussion about lies’ Commission the arrangements As well as working with the
“depth and closeness” of the link the transfer of sovereignty to Ar- for this group visit, that Islander Badminton Club, she will also be
between Britain and the Falkland gentina - and on that there can be sensitivities are respected.”
Islands. He commented, “Succes- no meeting of minds.” More on the Governor’s address doing some work with the schools.
sive British Prime Ministers have Looking ahead to the com- next week. The Badminton Club members say
anyone who is interested in coming
along to the club is more than
NEXT WEEK IN PENGUIN NEWS: Full coverage of the Legislative Council Budget welcome - club nights are Mondays
session, including the final decisions of the Budget Select Committee. and Thursdays from 7pm to 9pm.
Page 2 Penguin News, May 25, 2007
Penguin News Drink drivers receive hefty fines
STANLEY painter and decorator family and employment. She issued
Comment by Deputy Editor, Sharon Jaffray Darrell McGill avoided prison this him with a one month sentence,
week when he pleaded guilty to a suspended for one year and fined
AS ALWAYS, a fantastic amount of people have been attending the memo- drink driving charge. him £750.
rial services this year. Some sceptics seem to think that the turnout is for In court before the Senior Mag- Mr McGill was also disqualified
the media’s benefit but personally I don’t think that is the case; indeed, istrate, Clare Faulds, Mr McGill ad- from driving for three years and
some have found overzealous media coverage to be an intrusion on their mitted driving on the Mount Pleas- ordered to pay £70 prosecution
time of reflection. ant Road after consuming alcohol costs.
But then media coverage is often perceived in many different ways. on May 4; when breathalysed, his Also in court was David Hills,
Take the YouTube interview that Argentine journalists held with three lower reading was 109 micrograms who admitted to drink driving and
young local lads that has been causing consternation in some quarters. of alcohol per 100 millilitres of driving without a licence. Police
I held my breath when I watched, but, they didn’t swear and they said we breath. The legal limit is 35mg. were notified of the offence by Mr
had little crime or prostitution. OK so they admitted to a bit of underage Mr McGill’s legal representative, Hills’ partner on May 7, and found
drinking, they took the mick a bit out of the military fund-raising trait of Hugh Ferguson, said his client had him at his mother’s home on Dis-
dressing in drag, they estimated the numbers of police a little highly and consumed three beers before driv- covery Close. His alcohol reading
one got a little flustered when trying to explain how he feels British rather ing on the MPA road. A few miles was 86mg.
than English. out of Mount Pleasant, he had Addressing the court, Mr Hills -
But it not always easy to be eloquent with a camera and microphone in parked at the side of the road and, whose provisional licence had ex-
your face. In many countries the cameraman might have gleefully filmed while he waited for a friend to meet pired in April - said he felt “very
abusive behaviour from hoody-clad thugs hanging out in the town centre - him and drive him to town, he had foolish” about his actions, adding,
thankfully not here. They were three youngsters being polite while trying another beer. Mr Ferguson said his “I don’t know what came over me.”
to maintain their street-cred on home ground and I really don’t think the client “deeply regrets his conduct.” The Senior Magistrate reminded
interview is going to change the perception of the Islands overnight. The Senior Magistrate was not Mr Hills that his previous court
However, one thing that did concern me greatly was that they said they convinced; in sentencing, Mrs appearance, in November, was for
were taught very little in school about the 1982 war. Yes, I know it is up to Faulds said Mr McGill’s alcohol read- an alcohol-related offence, and she
parents to teach their children respect and to help them understand the ing indicated he had consumed warned him to, “...watch your situ-
importance of the war but I think that if each year, children aged around 11 “much more” than four beers. ation with drink.”
or 12 were taken as a class to Blue Beach Cemetery for the Landing Day She said that such a high reading She fined him £750 for drink
service - or to a battlefield - the significance would be brought home for would normally result in a prison driving, £125 for driving without a
them. sentence but she would make an licence and disqualified him from
This way every child would be aware of the cost of our fortunate life- exception for Mr McGill, given the driving for two years. Mr Hills will
style and value it the way that we do. And, hopefully, we can ensure a impact prison would have on his also pay £70 costs.
continued high attendance on the days we publicly honour those who died
fighting for the freedom of the Falklands.
Road needed to Cape Pembroke Lighthouse
SPEAKING of youngsters in the spotlight, poor Prince Harry has had his MEMBERS of the public made a crease. He was in agreement that
fair share of media coverage lately, following the decision not to send him strong plea to councillors at there is an immediate need for a road.
to Iraq. Tuesday’s public meeting to build a Councillor Mike Rendell said
The arguments for and against are plentiful; personally, the idea of road to Cape Pembroke Lighthouse there is a management plan for Cape
others being put at a greater risk because of his presence swings it and I am to prevent unnecessary mudtracking Pembroke under discussion and that
sure he appreciates the impact it would have if someone was injured - or in the area. it would be wrong for anyone to pre-
worse, killed - because they were serving alongside him. Sally Blake said that although she empt what the conclusion of the
So, what better place to go if he wants to be in an operational theatre has lived in Camp most of her life study will be. However he assured
than the Falklands? He’ll get some of the best training in the world, the and has always taken an interest in that a road would be part of the dis-
natives are friendly (and don’t get overwhelmed by royalty or celebrities her surroundings, the plants to be cussion.
when they are in our midst) and he wouldn’t be hounded by the paparazzi found in the Cape Pembroke area Young people’s Tobacco Bill
on a Saturday night out - matchmaking mothers would probably be the are “quite extraordinary” and as such “Get on with it” was one mes-
biggest threat. Is it worth sending an invitation...? need to be protected. She said that sage from the floor regarding addi-
only recently she had seen marks tional powers for police and teach-
where a driver had been doing ers to monitor smoking among
“hand-brake turns” in a patch of young people and increasing the le-
orchids. gal age limit for smoking to 18.
Mrs Blake said that Estancia Others, however, warned of intro-
Farm’s recent offer of land for those ducing legislation that would not be
who wish to mudtrack was a good policed.
idea and that it was a, “marvellous “I live on ‘Smoker’s Paradise’
Lounge Bar adventure opportunity,” for those
who wished to test their skills.
(Drury St) and rarely see any blue
serge go that way,” said a member
Lewis Clifton explained that of the public who added that there
A comfortable non-smoking Cape Pembroke is also recognised are also laws against littering and a
Bar with harbour views as a maritime heritage area and with
the memorial to the Atlantic Con-
host of other things which, as far as
he was aware, had never been po-
All children welcome veyor soon to be put in place there, liced.
the attraction of the area will in-
A good selection of wines, malts & liqueurs
and Austral lager on tap Falklands viewing coming to your screens
Come and relax in a friendly, THE Islanders War, a Point of View
production filmed earlier this year
He will also interview people
whose lives were changed forever
Clean atmosphere by Mike Ford and his team, has
proved so popular with the History
as a result of the fighting, including
his own mother, who talks about
Channel that it is to be used at both the terrifying experience of watch-
Lunch & Dinner the beginning and the end of the ing on TV as Simon’s ship went
channel’s ‘Falklands week’ in June. down.
Restaurant Opening Hours UK viewing times are 9pm on From June 4 - 8 ITV reporter
June 11 and 17. KTV will confirm Damon Green will retrace the steps
Lunch 12noon – 1pm Falklands viewing schedules nearer of British soldiers during the con-
Dinner 7-9pm (Mon-Sat) the time. flict. He will carry 80 pounds of
Also on TV, Falklands veteran equipment and sleep in the field
Open for Tea/Coffee all Day Simon Weston will be fronting every night in an effort to experi-
ITV1’s nightly news for a week to ence a fraction of what the soldiers
mark the 25th anniversary of the did.
war. The show, Yomp – The Long
Book Now on Tel 21355 or 21356 From June 11 - 14, Simon will Walk To War, will progress to
anchor news bulletins live from the Stanley, as British soldiers did.
Penguin News, May 25, 2007 Page 3
New directors for Tourist Board Lafone wedding for Anita and Martin
MEMBERS of the Falkland resolutions four to nine dealt with
Islands Tourist Board (FITB) amendments to the Company’s
elected five new directors and Memorandum and Articles of Asso-
retained Councillor Ian Hansen as ciation, as put forward by Members
Chairman of FITB at the Annual after a period of consultation in
General Meeting, held on Monday. October 2006.
Thirty-one members voted, ei- All special resolutions and
ther in person or by proxy, to elect amendments were approved by
Nicola (Hattie) Kilmartin, Roger members, with the exception of
Spink, Eric Goss, Marilyn Grimmer special resolution six, which pro-
and Phil Middleton on to the Board posed that the FITB chairman,
of Directors. “...be chosen by board from among
The new Directors will join their number, and position of act-
Councillor Ian Hansen, Councillor ing chairman be abolished.” This
Richard Stevens and FIDC General resolution was not carried by mem-
Manager Mark Brunet on the now bers, and Ian Hansen will remain
complete Board of eight. Chairman of FITB as long as he re-
Tourism Development Coordi- mains Councillor for the tourism
nator Liz Dimmlich, said she was portfolio.
surprised by how few Members made Chairman Hansen commented,
the effort to vote. “Just 38% of the “The next few months are critical
membership base (or 31 out of 81), for tourism in the Falklands. FITB
chose to submit a proxy form or Directors will have to pull together
attend the meeting in person.” as a team, and work closely with LAFONE House was the venue with subtle pleating and vertical
In other business, members were FIG and key stakeholders to ensure of choice for the intimate wedding draping, with a sprig tiara of imi-
asked to vote on resolutions relat- the long-term success of the indus- ceremony and reception of Anita tation pearls and diamonds in her
ing to Company finances and try.” Tomlinson and Martin Benjamin, hair and carried a small posy of
amendments to the Memorandum With the new season just four with the dining room beautifully ivory wild roses.
and Articles of Association. months away, Directors are wasting transformed into a wedding chapel Martin wore a black suit with
Resolution one, for the approval no time in gathering to discuss the by SeAled PR. ivory Nehru shirt and matching
of Company accounts for the pe- key issues facing tourism; their first The wedding ceremony was buttonhole, whilst Blaine,
riod ended June 30, 2006, was ap- board meeting was held on Wednes- conducted by Jan Parke. Anita’s Anthony and Bailey all wore black
proved without comment. Special day. eldest son, Blaine, gave her away suits with ivory shirts and cham-
and he also acted as witness along pagne ties.
RMS St Helena’s 1982 service recognised with Martin’s long-time friend, Following the ceremony, fam-
Anthony George, and their two ily and friends joined the couple
year old son, Bailey. for a superb buffet and lively mu-
Anita looked elegant in a sim- sic which ensured that the celebra-
ple, full-length champagne gown tions went on until the early hours.
Kids take steps to get more exercise
THE pupils of the Infant and Infant and Junior school at busy
Junior School have been walking times of the day which makes the
to school this week in order to get school a safer place for the chil-
more physical exercise into their dren.”
daily routine. Challenge Day
The weather hasn’t been too The Walk to School week ties
bad for this time of year and al- in well with Challenge Day, which
though there has been the odd takes place in the Falklands on
downpour that caught some eager Tuesday.
walkers out, they have been quite Recreation Manager at the
lucky. Leisure Centre, Steve Dent, says
Above: Patrick Ellick, Peter Mercury, Ian Chessum, Bob Bendall, Teacher Kate Williams said
Steve Quinn, Robert Wilson, John McMinn and Dave Webster all you have to do on the day is
Year six tied the week in with work take part in any activity that
COUNCILLORS Richard Cockwell presented Falkland Islands Libera- they have been doing on heart at-
tion coins to the former crew mem- causes you to become breathless.
and Richard Stevens attended a tacks in their first aid sessions and A registration form will be in place
reception given by the St Helena bers and officers. came up with many reasons why
Government Office, at the For- Each coin had a certificate with at the Stanley Leisure Centre,
walking is good, “...such as get- Steve said, “...so make sure that
eign and Commonwealth Office on it which showed the Falklands crest ting more time to talk with your
Monday, to commemorate St and was headed, “25th Anniversary you record your participation on
friends, seeing things you the form as you leave.”
Helena Day. of the Liberation of the Falkland wouldn’t normally see if you go
Former members of the crew Islands,” stating that it was pre- A range of activities are on offer
by car, and the reduction of car- at the Leisure Centre and beyond:
and officers of the RMS St Helena sented to the recipient, “...in rec- bon emissions.”
who had served onboard the ship ognition and gratitude of his serv- “Some people are walking to
The children recorded the Gypsy Cove, others are climbing
during the Falklands War were in- ice on board the RMS St Helena in number of times they walked in
vited. 1982, from the people and Gov- mountains, any activity will do.”
the week on a footstep chart and Steve commented, “Good luck
The Governor, Mike Clancy, ernment of the Falkland Islands.” some of them did exceptionally
presented the RMS crew with Coins will be presented to those in your ventures, don’t forget to
crew members living on Ascension, well, Miss Williams said. “A big register and we will see if we can
Badges of Honour in recognition thank you to the parents and
of their service in 1982. St Helena and the Falklands at a later make at least 25% participation
On behalf of the Falkland Is- stage. friends for helping the children for the Falklands.
lands Government, Cllr Cockwell walk to school.” “Please contact Leisure Cen-
She added, “By walking to tre Staff for helpful advice on what
2007 a good year to discuss mountain clear up school you are not only getting you can do on Challenge Day
good exercise you are helping to 2007.”
THIS year is a good time to have a a debate that needs to take place. reduce the congestion around the
discussion about clearing up the A tour guide present at the meet-
mountain sites and surrounding ing said that 1982 positions on Mt
areas, Cllr Janet Robertson suggested Longdon had recently been taken Don’t forget to fill in your health care questionnaires
at Tuesday’s public meeting. down and he hoped that field kitch-
In reply to concerns from the SYNERGY Information Systems, she was pleased that around 32%
ens on Wireless Ridge and other the company which is collating and
floor that it should not involve the places would not meet the same fate. of people have responded so far.
taking down of any old positions of Cllr Robertson said she thought analysing the results of the Media She added, “Whether you have
historical interest, she assured that the task should be along the lines of Trust survey on health care in the good or bad things to say, please
this would not be the case, adding Falkland Conservation’s beach Falklands, has urged people to remember to send your survey re-
however that people have different cleans. return their questionnaires. sponse in by May 31.”
views on “what is heritage” and it is Nikki Buxton of Synergy said
Page 4 Penguin News, May 25, 2007
This week, 25 years ago
Presented in association with
the Falkland Islands Museum and National Trust
British troops land on the Falklands:
MAY 19 GR3 Harriers destroyed helicopters
A SEA KING helicopter transferring troops at Mount Kent. Another Harrier was shot
between ships crashed into the sea down by Blowpipe over Port Howard;
following a birdstrike. A crewman, 18 the pilot ejected and became the only
SAS and two men attached to the British prisoner of war.
Special Forces died. Once the landing became known a
Four GR3 Harriers arrived with the series of air attacks began against the
Task Force, having completed an epic ships in San Carlos Water. In a second
air-refuelled flight from Britain via As- attack on the ship, HMS Ardent was hit
cension. by a number of bombs; the ship was
evacuated – Yarmouth coming alongside
MAY 20 Ardent’s bow and helicopters rescuing
HARRIER GR3s mounted a successful men blown into the sea by the blast.
attack against a fuel dump established at Ardent burned through the night and sank
Fox Bay by Argentine troops. twelve hours later. 22 were killed and 37
RMS St Helena was requisitioned; injured. Argonaut and Antrim were hit
19 Saint Helenian sailors volunteered to by bombs which failed to explode (two
serve aboard, alongside naval personnel. men were killed on the former) and
Forced by a number of dissident La- Broadsword and Brilliant were hit by
bour MPs, a vote was taken in the House cannon fire, causing damage and casual-
of Commons - the Government won by ties.
296 votes to 33. One of the leading anti- Two Gazelle helicopters were lost
war campaigners Tam Dalyell, warned of just east of Port San Carlos; three air
“a military defeat of the first magnitude.” crew died.
Opinion polls continued to show two The Argentines lost 12 aircraft and Above: Equipment is brought ashore at San Carlos. (Picture: Steve
thirds of the population to be in favour of others were put out of action until they Cooper)
landing troops if necessary. could be repaired.
UN Secretary-General Perez de Argentine air attacks continued. Sir Galahad, Sir Lancelot and Sir
Cuellar issued a press statement refer- MAY 22 HMS Antelope was hit by two bombs Bedivere were all hit by bombs - these
ring to the need for a, “last urgent ef- AN ARGENTINE Coastguard craft, Rio which did not explode. One man was failed to explode on the first two and
fort.” After waiting all day for an Argen- Iguazu, was spotted in Choiseul Sound killed and another seriously injured. passed right through the third. Fearless
tine response which did not come, he and strafed by Sea Harriers. She was Antelope sought the shelter of San Carlos and Sir Galahad were hit by cannon fire
announced the failure of the proposals. beached and abandoned 12 miles from Water. in a later attack and Sir Lancelot was
Darwin. MV Monsunen, being used by A Sea Harrier was lost shortly after again hit by a bomb which bounced off,
MAY 21 the Argentines for inter-island supply, take-off. Brilliant searched the area but having failed to explode.
WITH diversionary operations underway, was beached in Lively Sound after being the pilot was not found. Two Argentine Argentine aircraft losses for the day
the San Carlos landings began. ordered to stop, then fired upon by Yar- aircraft were shot down on this day with were three Daggers and a Skyhawk.
After an initial SBS attack dealt with mouth. several helicopters damaged or destroyed. At the UN, Panama alleged that Brit-
an Argentine group on Fanning Head, 2 Air attacks continued against the ain intended to, “extend its naval and
Para and 40 Commando came ashore, ships in San Carlos. Harriers flew 59 MAY 24 air military action to the River Plate.”
supported by the Blues and Royals. They sorties in defence. DURING an attempt to defuse it, one of Parsons assured that this was not the
were followed by 45 Commando and 3 the unexploded bombs lodged in Ante- case.
Para. Landing craft, Mexeflotes and heli- MAY 23 lope triggered, killing a bomb disposal
copters soon began to move the follow- THOUGHT to be used by Argentine air- officer and wounding another. The re- MAY 25
up troops, equipment, ammunition, fuel craft, the airstrip at Dunnose Head was sulting fire spread quickly and the ship SKYHAWKS attacked Broadsword and
and stores ashore. By the end of the first attacked by GR3 Harriers. In fact there was abandoned shortly before the flames Coventry. A bomb hit Broadsword’s side
day, some 3,000 men and over 1,000 were no enemy troops in the area. Two reached the main magazine and explo- after ricocheting up from the sea, but did
tons of stores had been landed. civilians were injured. sions began. The frigate later sank. not explode.
‘We saw Argentines shooting at crashed British airmen as they struggled in the water’
SIXTEEN year old Monsunen time they didn’t consider that the Green Beach.
junior ordinary seaman John Thain Argentine weapons could be turned “There were so many boats in
made his way to Port San Carlos on on to them. the area; it was almost like a mini
April 21, 1982 after his vessel had Andy Evans was lifted onto a Dunkirk,” John said.
been commandeered by Argentine stretcher and, as they made their way “As the Paras were landing and
forces. He took refuge along with a to the cookhouse, another Gazelle barely getting the top sod off their
number of others who thought it appeared at speed over the ridge. dugouts, the first air raids were com-
might be a quiet spot in the “In retrospect it was almost as if ing in. Eddie and I were just above
cookhouse. it had spotted us, lifted its nose and the landing beach when he pushed
He woke early on May 21 to banked to the left. The Argentines me into the ground and protected
Naval gunfire which he now knows shot it down. It crashed to the east me from a Pucara attack.”
was targeting Fanning Head. of the settlement and the crew were Eddie, along with his dead pilot,
From his window he saw a Naval killed.” were then taken on board the Can-
Sea King helicopter coming through Administering first aid on the berra where the tragic events of the
the narrows with an underslung load, floor at the cookhouse, it became day took an ironic turn. “Given the
closely followed by a RM Gazelle apparent to the group that Sgt Andy casualty number of 007, Eddie said
helicopter. Evans had died. The British forces he just burst out laughing,” John re-
The Argentines had by this time were in Port San Carlos settlement counted.
been flushed out of their outpost on by this time and a hastily located The Canberra set sail that night
Fanning Head and were tracking medic confirmed his death. and the bodies of the three pilots
down through the settlement near “When they surfaced the pilot John explained that Eddie has who died at Port San Carlos and an-
the shearing shed. was still conscious, though saying since told him that at this point, other from a Sea King were buried at
“The Argentines fired at and hit that he was in a lot of pain,” John minus his flying suit and dressed in sea en-route to South Georgia.
the Sea King, which didn’t come explained. his Royal Marine sweater he feared John said he was never aware of
down and headed west, but their small Ben Berntsen, Fred Ford, several for his life. British intelligence was this until recently. He is now Cap-
arms fire brought the Gazelle down others and John were on the shore that Argentine special forces had tain on the South Georgia patrol ves-
into the sea,” he said. very near to the Argentines, who looted Moody Brook and were sel Pharos; during his first trip to
The helicopter sank rapidly, fired on the men in the water. dressed in similar attire. South Georgia in March this year
however crewman Sgt Eddie Candlish “We could clearly see the gun Freddy Ford, John and Eddie they stopped the ship and laid a
managed to get his pilot, Sgt Andy shots around the people in the wa- drove Sgt Evans’ body to the Port wreath in memory of the brave men
Evans out. ter,” John said, adding that at the San Carlos landing beach, known as who lost their lives on Landing Day.
Penguin News, May 25, 2007 Page 5
New Falklands friend dies in road accident
more ships are hit
In the attack that followed, Coventry The Argentines believed that they
was hit with cannon fire and bombs. had sunk or disabled 19 British ships
Seventeen men were killed outright and and shot down 14 Harriers – the actual
two died later. Coventry capsized. totals were five sunk, three damaged and
The container ship Atlantic Con- five Harriers lost (three due to accidents).
veyor was abandoned after being hit by Alexander Haig sent a personal letter
Exocet missiles fired from two Super to the Foreign Secretary (Pym) warning
Etendards. Twelve men died including that Argentina might turn to the Cubans
the captain, Ian North, and five others or Soviets if they suffered too humiliat-
from Cunard. The loss of three Chinooks ing a defeat. In a polite response he was
and six Wessex helicopters, tented camp told that too much had happened to real-
for 4,500 men, runway and refuelling istically expect London to agree to an
equipment for the Harrier forward base interim administration or mutual with- IT IS with sadness that we report so I now have the great honour of
was also a severe blow to the Task Force. drawal from the Islands. the death of Nick Flaherty doing this on his behalf.”
Since D-Day, ten Skyhawks and nine (above), the nephew of Lt Nick She said Nick had found peace
Daggers had been lost in addition to the Extracted from “The Official History amongst the people he met in the
six Skyhawks, one Dagger, two Mirage Taylor, the Harrier pilot killed at
of the Falklands Campaign” – Sir Islands, “...and was totally over-
3s and a Canberra lost before. Eight Lawrence Freedman; “Air War South Goose Green during the Falklands
Pucara, four Mentor, one Aermacchi and Atlantic” – Jeffrey Ethell and Alfred War. whelmed by your generosity, love
three light aircraft had been also de- Price, Nick Flaherty visited the Is- and overall by your care and atten-
stroyed, excluding accidents. lands with his mother, aunt and tion not only to ‘Nick’ (his uncle)
cousin earlier this month. He had but also all those brave young men
only been home a week when he who fought for justice.”
Hill Cove group help ‘Old Hector’ was killed in a motor bike accident Sue said it had long been Nick’s
on his way to work. dream to visit the Falklands, “...and
ON MAY 23, the peace was In an email to friends in the to find his hero’s resting place.”
shattered over Teal River, an Falklands, his aunt, Sue (who also The family have asked that no
outside shepherd’s house on West visited the Islands) said the fam- flowers be sent but that donations
Falklands near to Chartres be made instead to the Falklands
settlement but on the outskirts of ily had been devastated by their
and belonging to Hill Cove. loss. branch of SAMA82. Messages of
Paul and Dae Peck were the resi- However she added, “I know condolence can be sent to Sue at
dents at the time and had Gerard Nick intended to write to you all email@example.com.
‘Fred’ Robson staying with them - a
travelling teacher at the time, he had
become stranded on the West. Assistant - South Georgia Museum
Two Argentine aircraft were shot Island of South Georgia, South Atlantic
down by British Harriers that day
and Dae (right) remembers vividly
the moment that an Argentine pilot Organisation: South Georgia Heritage Trust
was forced to eject from his aircraft Job Type: Temporary post (6 months, mid-October to mid-April)
for the third time in his career.
She was on the telephone to her Pay: £4,500 for 6 months plus travel, accommodation and food for the duration.
mum, Bella, at Hill Cove discussing
her latest attempts to prevent a dog Job Description:
from killing ducks - the latest plan South Georgia Heritage Trust is a Scottish-register charity that works to
devised by her father had not worked themselves, at Fox Bay, as we knew protect the unique and beautiful natural environment of the island and also
- as the dog suddenly made a lunge they listened in on the old telephone advance the education of the public in the island’s historical heritage. The
for the ducks. Dae dropped the system,” said Dae. museum building is located in Grytviken whaling station, which receives 5,000
phone and made a dash to rescue the “He must have been pretty visitors each season from cruise ships and yachts.
poor bird as an Argentine Skyhawk scared as we were a wild looking bunch The trust is looking to hire an assistant to work in the museum at South
aircraft shot overhead. - long hair and a bit unkempt,” she Georgia. The assistant will live and work on South Georgia for 6 months.
“There was a Harrier right be- said, adding, “We thought he had a You will work with another assistant under the supervision of a shop man-
hind it and then there was a huge gun but didn’t try to take it off him.” ager. Duties will include serving customers in the museum shop, cleaning and
explosion,” said Dae, who in her The next day a Puma helicopter maintaining the museum and outbuildings, the nearby church and the graveyard
agitated state still managed to res- arrived and took Hector to Hill which contains the grave of Sir Ernest Shackleton. You may also get the oppor-
cue the duck and rush back to the Cove. “When he left he said the next tunity to make sculptures for sale in the museum shop.
phone where her mother, who had time he would visit by car,” Dae re- South Georgia is a small community, with around 20 to 30 temporary
heard all the noise, was wondering called. residents during the austral summer. You will be an excellent sales person and
what had happened. ‘Old Hector’, as he became team player who will be able to work well with the museum’s shop manager, the
Realising that an aircraft had been known, stayed with the farm man- museum curator and one other assistant. You will positively represent and
shot down, Paul set off on his mo- ager Tim Blake and his wife Sally promote South Georgia Heritage Trust whenever possible.
torbike to look for survivors - none for several days before he was picked
was found that day. up by helicopter.
“He was absolutely terrified that Essential:
“Fred stayed up all night,” said
Dae. “He said he was making bread he would be shot down again before · The applicant must have good health and no existing medical condition. A
but I think he had an inkling there he reached his destination,” Tim said. medical examination is required for all island residents
might be someone around.” The hapless pilot wasn’t to leave · The applicant should have experience of working with the public, ideally in a
People from Hill Cove drove to Hill Cove without experiencing the shop environment and be good with numbers. There is no shop till in the
Teal River the following day and while sharp edge of Sally’s tongue. museum shop!
they were sitting in the house dis- When news that Dunnose Head
cussing the incident, a lone figure had been bombed was received, Sally Desirable:
was spotted walking along the ridge. assumed that it was the work of the · Experience of working in remote environments
A vehicle went out to pick him up Argentines; she stormed into Hec- · Experience of living in Antarctica or the South Atlantic region
and brought the injured man to the tor’s room and gave him a right dress- · Experience of giving presentations
house. Pilot Hector Hugo Luna was ing down: “there are women and kids
suffering from a damaged knee, a there, now look what you’ve done...”
broken collarbone and exposure. she said, unaware that it had in fact Send covering letter and CV to:-
“We gave him some stew and a been the British who bombed the SGHT, 23 Springfield, Perth Road, Dundee, DD1 4JE
hot rum and told him to get in touch settlement. Or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
with the ‘authorities’ as they called
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Islands in Southampton Focus
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Stop stalling on smoking ban
SEVERAL weeks ago I attended a the legislation and allowed smoking
meeting of the Committee to continue on his premises. TV
(excellently chaired by Councillor covered the action, and the follow-
Above: Tom Swales (of Stanley Services Ltd), his wife Jane and Andrea Clausen) which has been ing day government authorities re-
Colonel Mike Bowles, Chair of the 2007 Pilgrimage Committee. established with respect to voked the proprietor’s licence to
A NEW exhibition, Falklands In newly-elected Lord Mayor of discussing the introduction of sell alcohol and he was forced to
Focus, opened in the Civic Centre Southampton, Councillor Stephen legislation which will restrict close down.
Barnes-Andrews and the recep- smoking in public places. I asked how much notice was
in Southampton this week. given, prior to the legislation being
I was gratified to hear Council-
As part of the 25th Anniver- tion was attended by around forty lor Cockwell propose that the ban implemented, and was told just 6-8
sary events in Southampton, the invited guests. should be in place by November 1 months!
Falkland Islands Government Of- Media activity included cov- this year, but then surprised and dis- Accordingly I urge our Council-
fice (FIGO) has organised the ex- erage on the BBC local Radio, appointed when it was suggested that lors to stop stalling on this issue
hibition of modern photographs of Saint Radio, Southern Daily Echo it will take ‘at least a year’ to im- and that they request our legal de-
the Islands in the foyer of the Civic and BBC TV South. In her words plement the required legislation. partment to get the required legis-
Centre. of welcome, Ms Cameron, said Just recently I visited the previ- lation in place at least by January
Sukey Cameron from FIGO that whilst it was important to re- ously ‘chain-smoking’ country of 1, 2008. I’m sure that they can work
said various photographs by pro- member the events twenty-five Uruguay, and was amazed to dis- just as fast, or even faster, than the
fessional and amateur photogra- years ago it was also important to cover that the no-smoking ban has Uruguayans.
phers are on show to portray the show how the Islands were today been successfully in place there for Patrick Watts
Islands as they are today. and she hoped that the exhibition some considerable time. It appears Stanley
The exhibition was opened at would do that. The exhibition runs that this has encouraged many peo-
a private view on Monday, by the until June 1. ple to give up smoking completely I’m not a ‘Falklander’
so making the country a much
healthier place. Young people are WHAT is and who is a Falklander?
simply not bothering to take up the From memory it is a silly name
habit. There was certainly consid- for a sweater.
erable evidence of this at the foot- We are born Kelpers or Falk-
ball stadium I visited when there was land Islanders, not a bloody Falk-
not a cigarette in sight. lander.
One obstinate bar owner de- Maggie Goss
clared that he would not adhere to Horseshoe Bay
Matthew is Upland Goose’s latest satisfied customer
ON Saturday I planned a meal and does not overcharge and does not
evening at the Upland Goose. I was think that its standards are higher
not disappointed. than they actually are.
It was very relaxing, with good It was a wonderful evening and
music and the staff were very polite. the food was brilliant.
The meal, along with drinks and Thank you to all the staff at the
a bottle of wine, was not expensive Upland Goose. I will be coming back.
and more than value for money. Matthew McMullen
At last there is a restaurant that Stanley
Above: Sukey Cameron presents the Lord Mayor with a copy of
Ian and Georgina Strange’s book of Falkland Islands photos, At-
Beer cans at memorials were blown over from nearby tip
THE dump at Fitzroy farm is to loan a truck and loader to tip soil
be moved in an effort to stop over the dump and help open a new
rubbish accumulating near the landfill further away.
memorials. He said the job should only take
In a film about the Islands, “a couple of hours.”
former footballer Phil Stant ex- Also at the meeting on Tues-
pressed his sadness that beer cans day, Mr Summers said a higher in-
could be seen on the ground near cidence of boils in FLH animals
the memorials and assumed they processed by the abattoir is due to
had been left there by visitors to a change in the way boils are re-
the site. corded.
However, at a meeting of the He explained that boils found
Falklands Landholdings (FLH) in offal are now included in the fig-
Board on Tuesday, FLH Manager ures when previously they were
Owen Summers said the cans had not, meaning that, in all probabil-
blown from the nearby tip. ity, the incidence is no worse than
He said he plans to ask the Pub- before.
lic Works Department if they can
Page 8 Penguin News, May 18, 2007
Hostel opens its doors for a day of fun
THE residents of Stanley House who came and thank you to all the
Hostel raised more than a people who donated things for the
thousand pounds at their annual day. Thank you must also go to
open day, held on Saturday. the people who gave us their time
Stanley House is home to chil- on Saturday and helped out.”
dren from Camp during term time. Julie said the money raised will
The open day attracted a large go towards buying the Stanley
number of visitors and those staff- House kids “extra things”like
ing the stalls offering bargains, board games, outside games and
games and tasty treats were kept pool cues, and taking them on out-
Head of Hostel, Julie Courtney The results of the raffle held at
said the open day had been “very the Open Day are on page 18.
successful,” raising £1,013.16. Those who have won prizes can
She commented, “The staff call Julie on 27443 to arrange col-
and children would like to say a lection.
big thank you to all the people
Pictured clockwise from right: Matthew Goodwin, Violet Clarke
and Peter Betts sell raffle tickets to Vera Bonner; Chevez Good-
win helps Head of Hostel, Julie Courtney, with tombola; Rose
Jaffray and Felicity Alazia sample some of the goods on sale; All
smiles as they work on a stall, Karina Dominguez, Chloe Ford
and Dale Evans.
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Penguin News, May 25, 2007 Page 9
Alaska hosts whaling meeting
THE International Whaling commercial hunting. A pro-whal-
Give us two minutes...
Commission (IWC) meets in
Anchorage, Alaska next week.
Last year the pro-whaling coun-
ing majority vote this year at the
IWC meeting and a lift on interna-
tional trading would be cata-
strophic in whale protection.” 1. If you had a motto what
tries such as Japan won the ma- would it be? Always repay kind-
jority vote and have continued to She continued, “Ironically, do- ness but return a blow with inter-
ignore bans and regulations put in mestic demand for whale meat is est (passed on from my paternal
place on commercial hunting by low, with embarrassing stockpiles grandmother).
self-awarding quotas under loop- of meat and blubber mountains oc- 2. It’s a celebrity beer call.
holes of the IWC regulations. curring in the past, and much hunt- Where is it and who do you
invite? Celebrities don’t inter-
Conservationists say that ing in Japan subsidised by the gov- est me. A night in Los Buenos
never in the 25 years since the ban ernment. Muchachos with the chicks plus
was imposed has the protection “This year Japan intends to ex- Risi and those lovely Easter Is-
of whales been more threatened. tend hunting to Humpback whales land boys would be nice though.
The nations next week meet to to stimulate market interest with 3. If a book or song was writ-
products such as whale burgers ten about you, what would its
vote and decide whether pro-whal- title be?
ing nations will gain the majority; and ice cream. With Japan being Gone shopping.
Japan will seek to create a new accused of promising developing 4. What was your first job?
category of hunting under “cultural countries (with no prior interest Junior Clerk in the Registry.
or traditional” as a way of further in whaling), aid in return for vot- 5. Where did you meet your
increasing quotas whilst still hunt- ing alongside pro-whaling nations, partner? One drunken night in the Falklands. I was born here and
the outcome of next weeks meet- Monty’s (now Deanos) in January continue to live here as I love our
ing for large scale profits of meat 1989. very fortunate way of life. Per-
under scientific permits. ing can only be awaited with ap- 6. What did you want to be haps if I could change something
Sarah Crofts of Falklands Con- prehension.” when you were young? I had it would be, “No more
servation says Japan and other If you would like to air your no idea, I wanted a job that would changes...please.”
pro-whaling countries like Iceland own views regarding whaling, give me a decent salary and which 9. What’s one thing about you
and Norway will also push for a there are many on-line petitions would be varied and interesting. that people may be surprised
such as at the Whale and Dolphin 7. If you could change some- to learn? Sorry, I am not
lift on international trading of thing about yourself, what particulary good or bad at any-
whale meat and produce which is Conservation Society (WDCS) would it be? Either my height or thing and don’t have any wierd or
currently prohibited under CITES www.wdcs.org; you can keep up- my weight. If I was taller my wonderful phobias - quite boring
regulations. dated on the progress of next weight wouldn’t be a problem and really! I am not a very practical
Sarah commented, “The pro- week’s meeting through a number if I was lighter then my height (or person though.
of online sites such as lack of) wouldn’t be a problem. 10. What is your favourite
tection that has been afforded to 8. If you could change some- beauty spot in the Falklands?
many whale populations in the last www.iwcoffice.org.
thing about the Falklands, The view from the top of Mount
25 years has been pivotal in some Alternatively contact Sarah at what would it be? There is noth- Tumbledown on a peaceful day and
whale populations returning to a Falklands Conservation for fur- ing major I would change about Bense Beach, West Falkland.
more healthy state after some were ther information. Sheila (37) is fortunate enough to celebrate her birthday on Liberation Day.
almost driven into extinction by She has been married to Ian for 15 years and they have two children,
Lesley (13) and Ross (9).
She has worked with the Argos Group for 13 years and enjoys time socialising
New book critical of H Jones’ actions with family and friends, shopping (preferably in Santiago) and walking.
ALLEGATIONS that the hero of Geddes criticises his command-
the Battle for Goose Green in May ing officer’s battle plan and his re-
1982 , Colonel H Jones VC, acted fusal to accept suggestions from
foolishly and needlessly sacrificed his fellow officers.
his life have been renewed in a He says: “The accounts of the
book marking the 25th anniversary events surrounding his death have
of the Falklands War. mostly been written by former of-
One of the paratroopers under ficers and military historians. Stanley Services Ltd has an immediate vacancy
his command claims that the colo- …but they cannot tell it like a
nel’s action in leading from the front-line para. And they have not for a Tour Coordinator. This post involves
front was, “lionhearted but ill-con- told the whole story. I can. I was dealing with Overseas Tour operators and
ceived and futile. It made no dif- there.” individual clients wishing to visit the Falkland
ference to the outcome of the bat- Harold Briley, London
tle.” Islands. Duties include organisation and
“Spearhead Assault: Our fight to
The criticism is contained in save the Falklands” by John costing of itineraries, booking tours to
the latest Falklands war book, Geddes with Alun Rees. Published Falkland locations and preparation of invoices.
called Spearhead Assault: Our by Century, price 14.99.
fight to save the Falklands by John The suitable applicant must be committed and
Geddes, a Para Corporal.
enthusiastic, computer literate and have
experience of customers and suppliers.
Marcus and Sam ‘ready to go’ to contest
An attractive salary and terms of employment
TWO Falkland Islands students
are heading off with their are offered for this responsible position.
Chichester College band to a
national music competition. Further information regarding the post can be
Bass guitarist Marcus Porter obtained from the General Manager on
and drummer Sam Elliot are head- Tel: 22622
ing to North Warwickshire and
Hinckley College today (Friday) All applications with C.V should be addressed
with their band ‘Level Penny’ for
the national final of the Skills Chal- to the General Manager, Stanley Services Ltd
lenge in Advanced Popular Music.
Above: Level Penny - Tim Hill, and reach us by no later than 5pm on Friday 1st
They beat four other bands at the
regional competition in Somerset. Sam Elliot, Marcus Porter, Poppy June 2007
Tremain, Lauren Merrison and
All five bands had to perform a (front) Tom Randall.
cover version of Ready to Go by
Republica. studying for their National Certifi-
Marcus and Sam are both cate in Pop Music.
Page 10 Penguin News, May 25, 2007
Landing Day commemorated at Blue BeachMORE than 250 people gathered
at the Blue Beach Cemetery on
Monday to commemorate the day
the British Task Force landed 25
The joint military and civilian
service followed a traditional for-
mat conducted by the Forces
Chaplain Rev David Norfield as-
sisted by Stanley clergy the Rev
Kathy Biles, Father Peter Norris
and Rev Ken Newton. The service
was also broadcast worldwide by
The RFA Gold Rover and HMS
Dumbarton Castle were at anchor
in the harbour and fired their guns
prior to the Last Post and Reveille.
Wreaths were laid by His Ex-
cellency the Governor Alan Huckle,
the Commanding Officers of HMS
Edinburgh and RFA Gold Rover,
Commander of British Forces,
Brigadier Nick Davies, and Chief
of Staff, Group Captain Nick
Councillor Mike Summers laid
a wreath on behalf of 1982 Prime
Above: Part of the large gather- Minister Baroness Margaret
ing at Blue Beach Cemetery on Thatcher bearing the message, “In
Monday with Councillor Mike memory of those who gave their
Summers in the foreground lives for Britain and for the Falk-
bearing a wreath on behalf of
Baroness Margaret Thatcher; land Islands.”
Right: Civil Liasion Officer Lt Wreaths were then laid by mem-
Cdr John Maskell-Bott, Rev bers of the public in clear but crisp
Kathy Biles, Rev David Norfield, winter conditions.
Father Peter Norris and Rev Ken The Blue Beach Cemetery was
Newton conduct the ceremony; designed by the Commonwealth
Below: Donna May, Phillip and
Sheena Miller, Colleen Ford, Ri- War Grave Commission and 37
chard Morrison. Bridget Engineer Regiment built it with Fox
Fitzgibbon and Jeanette Bay stone.
Griffiths (far right) pay their re- The cemetery is now kept in
spects at the cemetery and pre- immaculate condition by the Blue
pare to place wreaths in memory Beach landowners Hew Grierson
of their brother S/Sgt Patrick
‘Paddy’ O’Connor (SAS) and Sue Smith.
Below: Military personnel pay
their respects at graves follow-
ing the Landing Day service
along with San Carlos 1982 resi-
dent Monica May.
Penguin News, May 25, 2007 Page 11
Port San Carlos residents remember lost aircrew
People who lived at Port San Carlos
in 1982 gathered on Sunday at a
memorial just east of the settlement
to remember the aircrew who lost
their lives when two Gazelle heli-
copters were shot down on May 21,
The group were joined by Tom
Francis, the 25 year-old son of Lt
Ken Francis whose helicopter was
shot down near the spot the memo-
rial stands, overlooking Port San
Sgt Andy Evans and L/Cpl Brett
Giffin also died and were remembered
during the service conducted by Rev
David Norfield, Father Peter Norris
and Rev Ken Newton
The residents raised funds to
bring Tom to the Islands for what is
his first visit since 1983 when he
accompanied his mother as a baby.
Right: People gather near the memo-
rial which overlooks Port San Carlos;
Below: group photo taken with Tom
Francis (centre) and (right) the memo-
rial to the lost airmen.
Page 12 Penguin News, May 25, 2007
BEFORE MAGELLAN THIRD COURT OF FIRST INSTANCE located in Punta Arenas, 617 Independencia Avenue (Avenida
Independencia 617), on July 10th, 2007 at 11.00 am the following ships will be auctioned in courtroom: a) F/V Pardelhas,
Falkland Islands Register No IMO 7385186 Official No 728043, multipurpose factory fishing boat built in Viana do Castelo
shipyard, Aveiro, Portugal in 1977; LOA 61,400 meters; LBP 54,400 meters; maximum beam 11,700 meters; maximum draught
4,400 meters; height 5,100 meters; maximum displacement 1596,30 ton; deadweight 603,00 meters; light displacement 993,30
meters; gross register tonnage 1066 ton; maximum power 1971,00 HP; partially submerged vessel b) F/V Almourol, Lisbon,
Portugal Register No IMO 6621038, Official No LX-61-N, multipurpose factory fishing boat built in Viana do Castelo shipyard,
Figueira da Foz, Portugal in 1967; LOA 62,45 meters; LBP 54,70 meters; maximum beam 10,500 meters; maximum draught 4,700
meters; height 7,300 meters; maximum displacement 1538,70 ton; deadweight 550,00 meters; light displacement 988,700 meters;
gross register tonnage 1139,00 ton; maximum power 1500,00 HP.
The ships will be auctioned ad corpus, in the natural and legal status presented on the auction day, which will be understood
as known by the acquirer, with all their customs and traditions.
Minimum bids: the amount of US$ 145,280 (a hundred and forty-five thousand two hundred and eighty American dollars) for
F/V Pardelhas and US$ 209,237 (two hundred and nine thousand two hundred and thirty-seven American dollars) for F/V
Amourol; which are their corresponding appraisal values. The auction price should be paid in cash, in accordance with the
conditions, within the fifth working day after the auction takes place.
Every bidder, in order to be a part of the auction, should give render a bond for an amount equivalent to 15% of the minimum
set for bids, whether with a standing order to the Court; certificate of deposit in the Court of First Instance current account or
Performer will be authorized to make bids at the auction and adjudicate the ships to be debited to the credits charged in this
proceeding, without need to deposit a bond or payment whatsoever.
The Auctioneer should subscribe the minutes of auction, at the latest, on the next working day after the auction takes place.
For all legal purposes, it will be understood that Auctioneer and the other proceeding parts estipulate the auction will not be
considered as perfect as long as the respective minutes of auction is not subscribed; resigning therefore Auctioneer to
retraction mentioned in Article 1802 of the Civil Code.
Other conditions and background in executory proceeding at “AGENCIA MARITIMA ULTRAMAR LIMITADA with
PARDELHAS FISHING COMPANY LTD”, roll No 992 / 2004.
Magellan Third Court of First Instance.
Nélida Henríquez Cerda, Secretary
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Penguin News, May 18, 2007 Page 13
Fitness focus: how you can get in shape
Improve strength, flexibilty, and health through Yoga and Fitball
FITNESS instructor Carol Peck ticipants can work at a level suit-
qualified in Australia six years ago able to their individual needs.
and has continued to update her A consistent yoga practice can
knowledge and qualifications by a bring you the following benefits:
variety of means including • Increased flexibility
attending training, workshops, • Stronger muscles
conferences and on-line learning • Better body tone
within the industry. • Relaxed and clear mind
She is currently registered as a • Reduced stress
Level 3 Advanced Instructor with • Increased body awareness
the Register of Exercise Profession- • Improved posture
als UK and Certificate 4 Fitness • Natural weight loss
Trainer with Fitness Australia. She • Improved balance
is now working towards her 200hr • Improved co-ordination
RYT status with the Yoga Alliance. With exercise such as yoga, there
Carol offers classes in Fitball and is a lot of mention of core stability.
Yoga. What exactly is this?
The former makes use of a Physiotherapist Anna Luxton
Fitball also known as a Swiss or Sta- explains: “Core stability refers to
bility ball to add variety and chal- the strength of the postural mus-
lenge to your workout. cles in your back and abdomen, spe-
Classes are formatted to gradu- cifically the Multifidus and Trans-
ally increase the challenge to your versus abdominus muscles. These
working muscles, ensuring that you muscles form a type of muscular
are always making the most effi- corset around your middle which
cient use of your workout time. allows normal movement of the
Different options are offered back but prevents any abnormal Yoga & Fitball
within the class to suit a wide vari- shearing or twisting forces which
ety of abilities from those new to may lead to problems with discs or Yoga & Fitball timetable information:
exercise through to the more expe- joints.” All classes are held at the Infant & Junior School Hall
rienced exerciser. Studies have found that in peo-
Working with a Fitball will: ple with back pain these muscles Monday June 11th – July 16th 5.30pm – 6.30pm - Yoga (Mixed Level)
• Build muscular strength and en- do not work as they should, Anna Tuesday June 19th – July 24th 5pm – 6pm – Yoga (Beginners/Modified
durance says. “It is especially important to Practice)
• Tone and shape your body do exercises that will ‘switch them Tuesday June 19th – July 24th 6.15pm – 7.15pm – Yoga (Advanced
• Improve posture on’ to prevent further episodes of Practice)
• Develop and enhance core lower back pain.” Friday June 15th – July 20th 5.30pm – 6.30pm – Fitball (Mixed Level)
stabilisation Poor core stability has also been
• Improve muscle balance linked to many other lower limb Due to space limitations, equipment restrictions and demand the classes
• Develop mobility and flexibility injuries such as groin sprain, knee need to be pre-booked and paid in advance.
• Improve co-ordination ligament injuries and even ankle
Carol also teaches an active style sprains, Anna says. Casual places are available but please call and check prior to attending
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PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE
THE PLANNING ORDINANCE 1991 THE PLANNING ORDINANCE 1991
APPEAL BY MR C & MRS D FREEMAN AGAINT REFUSAL OF APPEAL BY MR ROBERT ROWLANDS, STANLEY SERVICES
PLANNING PERMISSION LTD AGAINST REFUSAL OF PLANNING PERMISSION
Mr & Mrs C Freeman, 10 James Street, Stanley have appealed to Execu- Mr Robert Rowlands, Stanley Services Ltd has appealed to Executive
tive Council against the refusal of planning permission by the Planning Council against the refusal of planning permission by the Planning and
and Building Committee for the erection of a one storey dwelling at Building Committee for the extension the Malvina House Hotel, Ross
Ross Road West/Moody Brook Road, Land West of the Beaver Hanger, Road, Stanley.
A copy of the planning application and Notice of Refusal may be in-
A copy of the planning application and Notice of Refusal may be in- spected at the office of the Environmental Planning Officer, Malvina
spected at the office of the Environmental Planning Officer, Malvina Gardens, Stanley during normal working hours.
Gardens, Stanley during normal working hours.
Comments on the appeal should be made in writing and sent to the Clerk
Comments on the appeal should be made in writing and sent to the Clerk of Councils, Gilbert House, Stanley within 14 days of the date of this
of Councils, Gilbert House, Stanley within 14 days of the date of this notice.
Gilbert House, Stanley, 21 May 2007 Gilbert House, Stanley, 18 May 2007
Page 14 Penguin News, May 25, 2007
Fisheries Department Wool market report
Catch for period for week ending May 18
May 9 - 15, 2007 By Neil Judd, Department of Agriculture
Number of Licences
Licence Eligible Fishing WOOL auctions continued their In Australia 96% of the 52,262
Type for during strong recent march with bales presented to the trade
period period substantial price gains across the changed hands. Included in the of-
entire micron spectrum at sales in fering were 5,635 bales of cross-
Total 83 76
New Zealand, South Africa and bred wool of which 95% were sold.
A 5 4 In South Africa 98% of the 8,761
Australia this week.
B 57 57 As shown in the micron price sold while in New Zealand only
G 9 7 guide table all micron categories in- 88% of the 11,895 bale offering
L 3 2 creased in value gaining between sold.
W 9 6 three and 19 pence per kilogram Next week approximately
A=All Finfish clean. 59,000 bales of wool will be of-
B=Illex (Jiggers) It should be noted that the fered for sale in New Zealand and
L=Longliner most significant price increases Australia.
W = Restricted finfish (No Hake) during the week were recorded for Note:
24 and 25 micron fleece wool lots. Exchange rates used to convert
Catch by species (Tonnes) Falkland Islands farmers are wool prices into pence per kg clean
advised that the price rises shown basis, Australian $2.39 per £1 ster-
for 24 and 25 micron fleece wool ling compared to $2.39 per £1 ster-
Species Falklands Korea Spain Taiwan Others Total
lots are based on one selling centre ling the previous week.
Loligo 11 0 1 0 0 12
only compared to the usual two Information derived from
Illex 28 9481 107 4476 1775 15867
Hakes 276 0 310 0 0 586
selling centres. As such, caution is AWEX market report, BKB wool
Blue 3 0 0 0 0 3
urged in extrapolating too much report, Wool Record Weekly.
Whiting from the actual price shown. Values based on average auc-
Hoki 208 0 149 0 0 357 Given this caution, the upward tion floor prices from Australian
Kingclip 16 0 68 0 0 84 trend for 24 and 25 micron wool Eastern markets.
Toothfish 9 29 0 0 0 38 relative to last weeks closing lev- Prices quoted correspond to
Red Cod 44 0 174 0 0 218 els, combined with the strength of average gross auction prices. It
Ray 11 0 34 0 0 45 the overall market, should give should be remembered that selling
Others 384 0 783 0 0 1167 substance to price setting for wool and freight costs have not been de-
Total 990 9510 1626 4476 1775 18377 in this fibre diameter range as well ducted from prices stated.
as other micron categories. MPG prices quoted above
Demand at auction was de- based on Sydney and Melbourne
South Georgia Fisheries scribed as “fairly widespread”
across the entire style spectrum
Prices denoted with * indicates
Week ending May 18, 2007 with lower strength and lower that only one selling centre was
Fishery MaximumVessels Total catch Total effort yielding types attracting buyer in- involved in the price determina-
Icefish 1 188 tonnes 11 trawls terest along with skirtings and odd- tion.
Toothfish 9 278 tonnes 972,764 hooks ments. Growers are strongly advised
The AWEX “Eastern Market to seek assistance in evaluating
Indicator” (EMI) finished the offers where only nominal prices
on share prices week up almost 8p/kg at 410p/kg
clean compared to the previous
are given and also where only one
selling centre was involved in the
At close of business weeks closing level of 402.5 pence
per kilogram clean.
determination of wool price.
Monday, May 21 , 2007
We e k e n d i n g P e nc e pe r kilo g ra m c le a n f o r e a c h m ic ro n c a t e g o ry .
Change over previous week
18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 28 30 32
Desire Petroleum plc 27.00p +1.25p
Falkland Oil and Gas plc 84.00p -1.50p 13/ 01/ 2006 386 346 301 285 282 279 269 249 226 182 167 158
Falkland Islands Holdings plc 285.00p +7.50p 07/ 07/ 2006 424 381 336 307 293 287 278 258n 239n 197 177 166n
Falkland Gold and Minerals Ltd 9.00p nil 02/ 12/ 2006 459 403 366 348 336 323 290 250 230 177 155 142
Standard Chartered Bank £16.02 +14p 12/ 01/ 2007 497 453 420 402 383 366 327 267 246 193 167 149
02/ 02/ 2007 502 446 409 392 371 355 321 259 235 191 161 145
02/ 03/ 2007 483 440 406 390 370 357 326 263 232 191 162 145
05/ 04/ 2007 518 472 427 412 394 376 337 276 250 192 163 146
04/ 05/ 2007 523 468 424 407 393 380 342 282 258 194 167 146
10/ 05/ 2007 533 486 441 424 409 397 351 291 270 199 173 147
17/ 05/ 2007 541 494 448 431 415 402 *370 *308 274 206 176 152
We e k ly c hange 8 8 7 7 6 5 19 17 6 7 3 5
pric e ye a r a go 435 394 341 304 289 278 272 259 236 184 166 157
%Cha nge f rom la st 24% 25% 31% 42% 44% 45% 36% 19% 16% 12% 6% - 3%
The Service Station will be closing at
Your questions answered
1pm on Thursday 31st May due to year end
stock taking and will re-open at 8.30am on Q IS the car parking in the is under the management of the
vicinity of the Jetty Centre Falkland Islands Tourist Board
public or private? If it is (FITB). Except to the extent that
Friday 1st June. private, who controls it and who FIG may issue directions to FITB
decides who can or cannot park regarding the use of the surfaced
there? carpark to the south or the larger
Our apologies to customers for any unsurfaced area to the east, it is
up to the Board of Directors of
inconvenience caused. A Crown Counsel Alison Inglis FITB to decide how the land may
kindly provided this response. be used, which by implication in-
The land surrounding the Jetty cludes the right to decide who may
Visitor Centre belongs to FIG, and park on the land.
Penguin News, May 25, 2007 Page 15
Stanley Darts League results Send your reports
M e ns le g s M e ns or results to
J o hny F o rd 15 To ta l B OC
Le n F o rd 15 To o t F o rd 44
J a m e s La ng 15 C o lin S m ith 37
Ross Road, Stanley;
Fax 22238; email
To o t F o rd 14 J o hny F o rd 28
C o lin S m ith 14
Ali C e ba llo s 14 Le a g u e P o s it io n
Le n F o rd
J a m e s La ng
P e te r Go s s 13 Te a m
Ali B o nne r 22
To rna do s 15 68
J o e J o s e ph
J o e C la rke
13 M e n a t Arm s
Ro s e B
Ali C e ba llo s
Ke vin C la pp
Russell Smith Memorial Trophy
M ic ha e l Go s s 13
Le gle s s 12 53
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Ke n Ne wto n 13 Andy P o lla rd 18
Andy P o lla rd 13 Glo be Wa nde re rs 12 53 GOALTENDER bragging rights Luckily they held on and equalised
Adria n M inne ll 18
Te ddy S um m e rs 13 Vic to ry S c uds 11 52 went to Spruce again as he claimed after 10 minutes of play from a
M ic ha e l Go s s 17
M a rk P o lla rd 12 M is fits 11 49
Ge o ff Gre e no ugh 17
his second shut out in the game Goodwin defensive error. Both
Ke vin M c La re n 12 Otto 's Outla ws 10 45 between the Ducks and the Pen- teams hassled and worked hard to
P hil Ke a rne y 16
Ke vin C la pp 12 Windy M ille rs 10 44 guins. create more scoring opportunities
M a rtin P la to 16 The Penguins without Goss with the Ducks leading the way. Goss
To ny C o urtne y 12 S no wm e n 9 42
J o e C la rke 16 were very defensive and hit the (GP) picked the puck up in the cen-
P a ul F o rd 12 S ha rps ho o te rs 8 42
J im m y C urtis 16 Ducks on the break when the op- tre and fired in a low hard shot past
Da vid F o rd 11 F IDF 7 39
S te ve Wa tt 15 portunity arose and won the game Fowler. Clelland added another blind-
R o y M c Ka y 11 M ille rs Kille rs 7 36
Ke lpe rs 7 35
M a rk P o lla rd 15 with two very simple goals scored ing goal three minutes later and the
Ge o ff Gre e no ugh 11 R o y Go s s 14 by Rendell. The first was bad de- half finished 3—1 to the Ducks.
Ne vin M iddle to n 11 Vic to ry S pide rs 6 37
Willie Ha rve y 14 fending by the Ducks and the sec- The game completely changed
S pe a rc huc ke rs 5 34
Ga ry C le m e nt 11 Te ddy S um m e rs 14 ond was either sublime or sheer in the second half as the Sharks re-
Adria n M inne ll 11 P o t Ha rrie rs 5 31 fluke. ally came out fighting due to an
To ny C o urtne y 14
Tim B o nne r 11 B us ty B a be s 4 28 Nothing should be taken from exhausted Nightingale changing
C hris Llo yd 12
Ne ville Ha ywa rd 11 Arge 's Arro ws 4 28 the Penguins however as they de- with Fowler in goal.
J im P a rke 11
M a ids a t Arm s 4 27 fended brilliantly for the entire With the Sharks pushing more
P a ul F o rd 11
Me ns to ns
P a le M a ide ns 2 28
R ic ha rd B o nne r 11
game not conceding a goal. and more it left their defence vul-
Toot Ford 27
R o s e M ixe rs 2 27 Penguins: Rendell 2+0 nerable and despite the best efforts
Da rre n P la to 11
M ille rs M uppe ts 2 26 Ducks: Nada, nothing, diddly of Ormond and Nightingale (who
J ames Lang 18 Tim B o nne r 11
Wild Gunne rs 2 21 squat! plaid brilliantly in goal) the Sharks
Len Ford 17 Ke n Ne wto n 11
R o s e lla s 2 19 The game between the Ducks conceded goals, Lennie and Good-
Colin Smith 16 P a ul B o nne r 11 and the Sharks started off with a win scoring after some good pass-
Q10 1 27
J ohny Ford 15 Angus M a C a s kill 10 bang as Lennie scored straight from ing and moving. Final score Ducks
S ho o te rs 1 25
P eter Gos s 14 Wla ddy B runo 10 the face-off, Fowler goaltending 6—Sharks 3
P e nguins 1 21
Geoff Greenough 13 Ke vin M c La re n 10 having no time to react. The Sharks Ducks: Goss (GP 1+0, Goodwin
Ali Ceballos 12 M o s t In d iv id u a l p o in t s M e lvyn C lifto n 10 looked stunned by this sudden goal 1+1, Clelland 2+1, Lennie 2+0
Ali Bonner 11 In a s in g le g a m e J a s o n Le wis 10 and struggled to get to grips with Sharks: Leyton 2+1, Fowler 1+0
J oe Clarke 11 C o lin S m ith 10 Da vid F o rd 9 their game as the Ducks bombarded (Leyton 2 min sin bin)
P hil Kearney 11 To o t F o rd 10 Le wis M o rris o n 9 Fowler’s goal with shot after shot.
Martin P lato 10 M o s t P o in t s O n B O C Ewe n B o nne r 9
Michael Gos s 9 To rna do s Vs Willie R o bs o n 9
Chris Lloyd 9 34
M a ids a t Arm s To ny M c La re n 9
Kevin Clapp 9 H ig h e s t M e n s F in is h No e l Gre e nla nd 9
J immy Curtis 8 To o t F o rd 121 M o Da vis 9
Teddy Summers 8 In d iv id u a l T e a m wit h Da le M c C o rm ic k 9
M o s t P o in t s O n B O C La d i e s Le g s
La d ie s T o t a l
To rna do s 29 M a ggie Go s s 15
1s t 3 T re b le 2 0 s Ha ze l C o llins 12
M a ggie Go s s 17
C o lin S m ith S ibby S um m e rs 9
Lis a J a ffra y 15
Ha ze l C o llins 9 M e n 's 18 0 s C ha rlo tte M c R a e 9
Te re s a C lifto n 9 C o lin S m ith 3 Lis a J a ffra y 8
S ha ro n J a ffra y 8 Le n F o rd 2 Lizzy Ne wto n 8
S ibby S um m e rs 8 Andy P o lla rd 2 C he rry R o bs o n 8
J o a n M iddle to n 8 To o t F o rd 2 J o a n M iddle to n 7
Ta nzi Go ugh 7 M a l P rio r 1 Gla dys P e nnis i 6
C he rry R o bs o n 7 J im m y C urtis 1 J e a ne tte M ille r 6
Lizzy Ne wto n 6 J o hny F o rd 1 M a is e y C ro wie 6
No ra S m ith 6 J a s o n Le wis 1 Alis o n Do dd 6
C a ndy B la c kle y 6 Ke vin C la pp 1 S a ra h C a re y 5
Na ta lie S m ith 6 C a ndy B la c kle y 5
la d ie s 14 0 s
Gla dys P e nnis i 5 Elle n F e rgus o n 5
Lisa Jaffray 4 Ke rri R o s s 5
C a thy J a c o bs e n J nr 5
Natalie Smith 2 Avril B o nne r 5
J e a ne tte M ille r 5
Cherry Ro bso n 2
C a thy J a c o bs e n S nr 5
La d ie s B ull C e nt re
R e s u lt s f ro m M o n d a y M a y 2 1
Lizzy Ne wto n 1 We e k 5
Ta nzi J a c o bs e n 1 R o s e M ixe rs 6 9 Vic to ry S pide rs
Gla dys P e nnis i 1 P a le M a ide ns 5 10 F IDF
Lis a J a ffra y 1 Wild Gunne rs 5 10 Vic to ry S c uds
C a rli S udde r 1 R o s e lla s 2 13 Le gle s s
Kim S te e n 1 S ha rps ho o te rs 3 12 M e n a t Arm s
Ta nzi Go ugh 1 M ille rs kille rs 9 6 Q10
S ha rro n J a ffra y 1 Otto 's Outla ws 7 8 Glo be Wa nde re rs
C a thy J a c o bs e n 1 P e nguins M is fits
C a thy J a c o bs e n 1
Ke lpe rs 9 6 M ille rs M uppe ts
M a ids a t Arm s 9 6 Arge s Arro ws
La d ie s 3 d a rt f in is h
S ibby S um m e rs 2 P o t Ha rrie rs 4 11 Ro s e B
Ta nzi Go ugh 2 S pe a rc huc ke rs 2 13 To rna do s
Te re s a C lifto n 2 Windy M ille rs 5 10 S no wm e n
Lis a J a ffra y 2 S ho o te rs 7 8 B us ty B a be s
Page 16 Penguin News, May 25, 2007
www.falklands.net “The Falklands Regime” by Mike Bingham
Five million penguins lost since commercial fishing.
The Falklands’ Conservation Officer replaced,
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A British citizen forced to find democracy, freedom of
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Penguin News, May 25, 2007 Page 17
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Start 52°24.408min S 56°08.160min W
For all types of vehicles Finish 51°59.010min S 55°30.192min W
Location: Lookout Industrial Es- Victory Line
tate. Start 51°48.876min S 56°36.654min W
For more information and
bookings please call Peter Finish 52°05.694min S 55°43.950min W
Morrison on tel Alan Henry, Ship Agent, Stanley Services Ltd
51715 (day) and 22336 (evenings)
PUBLIC NOTICE - THE PLANNING ORDINANCE 1991
New at Warrah Design! APPEAL BY MR ROBIN GOODWIN
We now stock an increased range of top AGAINST REFUSAL OF PLANNING PERMISSION
quality clothing including high visibility Mr Robin Goodwin of 45 Callaghan Road, Stanley has appealed to Executive Council
workwear as well as our regular stock of T- against the refusal of planning permission by the Planning and Building Committee for the
shirts, poloshirts etc. We also stock the change of use from living room to temporary outlet for bicycles at 31 Ross Road West,
Infant & Junior School branded clothing. Stanley.
Call us on Tel 42067, Fax 42095, A copy of the planning application and Notice of Refusal may be inspected at the office of
e-mail: email@example.com the Environmental Planning Officer, Malvina Gardens, Stanley during normal working
or call in to see us at Fox Bay hours.
(9.00 to 5.00 weekdays). Comments on the appeal should be made in writing and sent to the Clerk of Councils,
Gilbert House, Stanley within 14 days of the date of this notice.
ENERGISE (FI) LTD Gilbert House, Stanley, 22 May 2007
Refrigeration, Electrical, Boiler & Plumbing Specialists… Public Notice No: 64/07 REF: 40/07/P
One call for all your requirements under the one Company with fully
qualified staff, how much easier could it be? Stanley House Open Day - Prize winners:
Tel: 21620 Fax: 21619 Mobile: 51620 Prize - Donation - Ticket no - Colour
e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Mutton - James McGhie - 683 - Orange
email@example.com Sreamer - Una Goodwin 16 White
firstname.lastname@example.org Cake - Heather Smith 750 White
Mutton - Toni & Rhichard Stevens 690 White
Bottle Whiskey - Janet & Ian Wilkinson 730 White
Radio Controlled truck - 87 White
Race Point Farm
Selection of Meats - Di Towersey & Paul Robertson 470 Orange
Box of Biscuits - Chamber od Commerce 21 Orange
self-catering cottage Mutton - Jan Clark 706 Orange
is now open. Lazy Dog Ornament - CO-OP
Bottle of Vodka - Janet & Ian Wilkinson
For enquiries and 1/2 Mutton - Penni Mckay 803 Orange
bookings please ring Coffee Maker -
Kitchen Utensils -
John or Michelle 1/2 Mutton - Penni Mckay 535 White
on 41012 Video Player - Una Goodwin 366 White
Arran Aromatics - 36 White
Telephones (SN 358) - Glynis Newman 247 Orange
Elephants - 270 White
PUBLIC NOTICE Box of Sweets - Jennifer Hill 235 White
FALKLAND ISLANDS GOVERNMENT COMMITTEES 1 Mutton - Darren & Jackie Bagley 124 White
ACCESS TO INFORMATION Who Wants To Be A Millionaire Game - 202 Orange
Please note that the following committee meetings will be open for public attendance Hot & Cold Pots - Una Goodwin 706 White
during the forthcoming week: Grill Pan Set - 417 Orange
Agricultural Advisory Committee – Monday 28th May at 2.00pm in the Department of Picture Frame - 259 Orange
Agriculture Library Light - 317 White
Historic Buildings Committee – Tuesday 29th May at 1.30pm in the Archives Building Herb Chopper - 410 Orange
Health & Medical Services Committee – Thursday 31st May at 9.30am in Gilbert House Storage Rack - 303 White
Mineral Resources Committee – Thursday 31st May at 2.00pm in the Department of Mineral Small Dog Ornament - 261 White
Resources Butterfly Puzzle - 613 Orange
Members of the public can attend but not speak at Committee meetings. Dinner Sevice - 558 Orange
Copies of the Agenda and Reports can be seen in the Secretariat at least three working days Swan Ornament - 818 Orange
before the date of the meeting. Cat Ornament - 629 White
Penguin News, May 25, 2007 Page 19
F A L K L A N D ISL A N D S G O V E R N M E N T
V A C A N C IE S
Royal Falkland Islands Police Position: Police Constable
Contact: Acting Chief of Police on telephone 28100
Salary: Commencing at £15,954 per annum in Grade F
Close Date: 4.00pm on Friday 8th June 2007.
Health Services Department Position: Health Visitor
Start Date:This post will become available in December 2007.
Contact: Mandy Heathman on telephone 28000
Salary: Commencing at £24,894 per annum.
Close Date: 4.00pm on Friday 8th June 2007
Education Department Section: Training Unit
Position: Quality Assurance Co-ordinator
Contact: Training & Development Manager on 27133
Salary: Ranging from £23,028 to £25,620 per annum in Grade D1
Close Date: 4.00pm on Wednesday 6th June 2007
Section: Infant and Junior School Happy 50th birthday ‘Marfa’ 26th May.
Position: Temporary Secretary Love Paw Paw and Teff. To Samantha Jane. Happy party day!!
Period: 18th June 2007 to the 15th July 2007. Have a great 17th birthday. Love you to
Contact: Nick Barrett or June McMullen on telephone 27294 the moon and back. All my love, hugs
Salary: Ranging from £13,452 to £15,954 per annum depending on qualifications and
experience and kisses from Tyrese James xx
Close Date:4.00pm on Friday 1st June 2007 To Samantha. Happy 17th birthday.
With all our love always, Nan, Popz
Job Descriptions and application forms for all the above positions can be obtained from the and Macauley
Human Resources Department – telephone 27246, fax 27212 or e-mail email@example.com To Samantha: Some things never work
when they are planned and some times
Falklands Fish Farming Ltd. Longline Fisheries Observer they do, happy 17th Babe, I’m so glad
Falklands Fish Farming Ltd. has a vacancy for a Scientific Fisheries Observer to commence it went to plan! With all my love today
work from July onwards for a period of about 3 months. and always Mum x
The observer will be required to spend almost all time at sea (3 months) to collect and
fertilise eggs and collect biological and other data on longline vessels fishing in Falkland
Applicants should have at least a BSc in a Zoological or Biological subject.
Salary will be £2,400 per month including a Sea Going Allowance.
For further information please contact Sandra Cordes on 22371 or by email to
Sandra.firstname.lastname@example.org To Phoebe, Wishing you a very happy
Applicants should be received by 1st June 2007. 1st birthday for the 6th June, missing
you very much, lots of love Mummy
Seafish Chandlery Ltd have a vacancy for a Shop Assistant to work weekdays and xxx
one day on alternate weekends, plus the occasional Sunday.
Applicants are required to be over eighteen years old.
Good rates of pay and a nice boss. It’s too good an opportunity to miss.
For more information contact Neville on 22755 by Monday 28th May 2007.
Lighthouse Seamen’s Centre has a vacancy for a Kitchen Assistant.
Applicants need to be prepared to assist with food preparation, counter service, dish
washing and any other duties that assist the smooth running of the Centre. Hours and
rates of pay are negotiable according to experience and ability.
For further information and an application form contact Betty or Howard Turner at the
Lighthouse Seamen’s Centre on 22780
MP Travel is recruiting for staff at its MPA office. To Christian Minto. Happy 16th birth-
Reasonable rate of pay for a job share of between 11 and 18 hours per week. Involves day for 29th. Love you with all our
some weekend work and being available on call at 10 minutes notice. No travel time hearts. Love Mum and Dad xx
or allowance available. Attention to detail, computer and accounts skills are required.
Ability to work as part of a self-motivating, dynamic team is essential. All enquiries
telephone 22626 or76691. Closing date for applications 4th June 2007.
Gram’s - Happy Birthday for Saturday.
Kitchen Porter wanted for the Upland Goose Hotel - 60hour week 6/7 days. Salary Lots of love Fergus. Happy birthday,
on application. lots of love Clare and Lachlan
Please apply to Mr Clint Hayley on 21455 for immediate interview
Stanley Bakery has a vacancy for a baker.
Applicants must have at least 4 years experience in the baking trade, be willing to
work early mornings and Saturdays, be of clean and sober habits and be physically fit
as the job involves some heavy lifting.
A current driving licence is also desirable.
To apply please ring Kathleen on 21273 mornings only.
To Christian. Happy 16th birthay for
Cable & Wireless has a vacancy for a Billing Officer. This is a responsible the 29th. Vroom Vroom, love Sean,
position involving the production of customer telephone bills. Duties Adam and Bradley
include data entry, responding to customer enquiries, banking and general
office duties. The successful candidate must have an aptitude for figures, a
pleasant telephone manner and hold a current driving licence. Please Stooshie has left the Falklands
contact Janet McLeod for information regarding the position. Applica-
tion forms can be obtained from the HR & Admin manager, call 131. All
applications for the position should be marked for the attention of the HR
& Admin Manager. Closing date 28th May, 2007.
Please Note: The Public Notice from
It is with sadness that we announce the the Government of St Helena advertis-
death of Joyce Field (nee Biggs) on 21- ing the post of Attorney General (P.N.
5-07 in Stratford, England. 11th May 2007) has extended the clos-
Sister of Joan Bound, Adrian (NZ), Ri- ing date for applications to 13 June
chard Biggs and the late Alice Etheridge. 2007
The Lewis family are leaving the Is-
To Rosita. Happy 24th Birthday lands. We would like to thank everyone
& wedding anniversary we have met for making our time here
for today so special. A particular thank you to
May all your dreams come true. Jules and everyone at Stanley House for I like to have a beer with Duncan (cos
With all our love taking such good care of Toby and Alex he’s me mate) Happy 6th birthday Daddy or Mummy’s girl? Happy 6th
Gavin & Christopher and to the teachers and pupils at FICS Rebecca. Love Carole, Jane, Sherilee birthday for Tuesday 29th Rebecca. Love
XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX for making them feel so welcome. and Marcus you lots Mum and Dad
Penguin News, May 25, 2007
email@example.com CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS - Up to 40 words - £5
FOR SALE FOR SALE/NOTICES NOTICES WANTED/NOTICES
Mitsubishi Pajero Intercooler Turbo There will be a sale at 4 Goss Road, Wanted: Complete cylinder head in
2800cc, 5 door, Diesel, LWB, track Stanley (the yellow house with the black working order for 2.8 Pajero. Willing
tyres. New bushes, springs and alterna- roof) on Wednesday 30th May 2007 from to pay reasonable amount! Tel:51899
tor, 4 spare tyres, Service history at 4:30 pm.
Turbo Tims. £4,000 ono. To view Ladies will be selling clothes, books, Wanted: A operator/installation manual
please call Turbo Tim’s 22279 as owner videos, DVD’s, and many other items. for 24 V/DC . —240V 5OHZ, 2KVA,
is working at sea. Leanne Hughes will also be displaying AES Sinewave inverter. If any one has
and selling her very popular hand-made The Narrows Bar one willing to lend or sell please con-
Sony DVD camcorder. Film, Edit and jewellery, orders on the day are wel- tact
burn to DVD on the same camcorder. come. Country night with Myriam this
Saturday 26th May. Starting at Charlie McKenzie 21505 / 51205
Rarely used, boxed and comes with UV Please come along and grab a bargain. E-MAIL firstname.lastname@example.org.
and SD filters. £360. Canon XL1s Pro- For more details telephone: Helen on 8pm
fessional Video camera. Professional 51631 Everyone welcome Wanted: As soon as possible, a car
broadcast quality video camera with in- seat for a two-year old.
terchangeable lens system. Included in Howard HR41 100" rotovator, in ex- The Goose Green Liberation Ring 54831
package; underwater housing (soft case), cellent working condition. For further Service will take place Tuesday
external light, filters. £1600 (Serious details please ring Philip or Sheena on 29th May at 11am. All are wel- Wanted: Temperature sensor for a Rover
offers only). NEC Video projector: Ex- 41015, Fax 41014, or e-mail come 200 engine. Tel: 21985.
cellent for watching movies: Needs new email@example.com
bulb £450. Electric heater £15. Trust Tenders or expressions of interest
are required from experienced Wanted - Two stair gates in good con-
speaker set plus sub woofer £30. Inter- Mitsubishi Pajero 2.5 litre SWB dition. Phone Eva on 51666
ested parties phone Fernanda on 52975. Automatic, very Good Condition builders for the building of a 2 story
1st registered 2003. 93400 km, c/w trol- extension to 41 Fitzroy Road.
Toyota Hilux Surf - F710E. £7,500 Please call Carol on 55131 or Alex Semi-detached, semi furnished house to
ley jack, footpump, jumpleads, new let. Modern, 2 bdrm, kitchen, dining/
ono. For more details or to view, con- spare tyre and supplied toolkit. £4,000 on 52669.
tact Steph on 51708/21709. living room area, bath, external garage,
ono. Contact Cliff Holden MPA 76710 and garden. Recently upgraded, avail-
and daytime 73150 evening The Final Report of the Select able now. Please enquire 52278.
Tall upright freezer in excellent condi- Committee on the Review of the
tion £150 tel 21382 Honda MTX 125 motorcycle, good Constitution is now available to
runner £500 ono the public from Gilbert House ei- Windy’s Travels - Joe Newell’s
Girl’s Pedal Bike (My Little Pony) Fishing landing net and keep net £10 Fund Raiser Dance
Age 1-5 Years £40 ther electronically or by hardcopy. Saturday 2nd June in FIDF Drill Hall
Charcoal grey man’s suit. 36" chest.
Girl’s Pedal Bike (Barbie) Age 1-5 Years Only worn twice £60 Licensed Bar
£30 Tel Graham 52282 or Fiona 55282 The ANNUAL GENERAL MEET- £3 per ticket
Girl’s Pink Bike Helmet £5 ING of the GUILD OF SPIN- Available from Cara 52393,
Microsoft Sidewinder Steering wheel One bench top tumble drier, as new. NERS, WEAVERS & Sian 51211
with pedals and selection of racing games £150. Tel: Kerry 51094 H A N D I C R A F T S or in the Co-op, Falkland Farmers or
£20 will be held at the Guild Portakabin Michelle’s Hair Salon
Avent express Steam Sterilizer £10 Land Rover 110 Defender, dark blue, on Villiers Street at 8pm, Monday, All proceeds to Cancer Support and
Baby bath seat £5 good condition, still plenty of life, regu- May 28th. All past, present & pro- Awareness Trust and The Stephen
Tandum Pram £50 larly serviced, reliable, little off-road use, spective members are welcome. Jaffray Fund
Vented Cot Mattress with cover £15 good tyres. Has been a dependable fam- For information please ring,
Beko Wide Screen Television £150 ily car. £3,900 or offers. Phone Simon Margo on 21031 There will be an Extraordinary Gen-
0-6 months Baby Car Seat £20 or Nikki 21829 (day or evening). eral Meeting of the Football Club on
3-in-1 Potty Trainer £10 Friday 25th May at 5:30pm in the FICS
1-2 Year Car Seat £10 Lighthouse Seamen Centre fish Geography room for all football players
Flat Clearance. Everything must tank was emptied on 15/4/07 -
4-11 Year Car Booster Seats (2 avail- go! Hoover, pots, pans, cutlery, to nominate a new committee, for any
able) £15 each
iron and board etc etc. Sunday 10 £284.61 and again on - 8/5/07 further information call Marcus on
Contact Marie Loveridge on 21170 eve- £120.45. 52907.
nings or weekends to 2. 1A Jersey Road.
Thank you to all who contributed. The winter 4-a-side indoor football
Land Rover Discovery 200 TDI. The Working Group on the league will be run by Jimmy Curtis
(2500cc intercooled turbo diesel) with Possible Prohibition no smok- From the Girl Guide Associa- this year. Teams to be entered by June
only 89K genuine miles. 5 door model, ing in public places will be holding tion: 1st, also individuals not in a team are
alloy wheels, electric windows etc. Pro- a meeting at Gilbert House on Don’t forget the Fly Away Raffle welcome. Contact Jimmy on 51671
fessionally serviced every 6 months, last Wednesday 30 May 1.30pm. All being held Saturday 26th May from
service included new timing belt etc are welcome to attend. 1 - 3pm at the Guide hut. Lots of I’m a London-based writer researching
and was less than 1000 miles ago. Ex- different stalls, a Cafe, the bumper a book set in the Falkland Islands in the
cellent condition and includes jack, tow The Falkland Gun Club are holding late 1970s and early 1980s. I’m look-
a leaving dinner for Graham Didlick who raffle and of course the flyaway ing for someone to correspond with to
rope, foot pump etc. Contact 73459 or leaves the Falklands in June. Any cur- draw.
74239 after Saturday. £3,400 find out what day-to-day life was like
rent or former members and friends are on the islands at that time. The book is
HOUSE SALE BARGAINS - Every- more than welcome to attend and say fiction but I’m hoping to make sure it’s
thing has to go! Saturday 26 May be- goodbye to Graham and Fiona. Please a fairly accurate reflection of life on the
tween 9am and 12 am at 15 Nutt contact Steve Dent, Club Secretary on islands.
Cartmell Close. Small child’s trike £15. 55632 ASAP with your name. The din- Please contact Jan Harvey
Compact JVC CD/tape/radio, £25. ner will be held on Friday 1st June in firstname.lastname@example.org if you can help.
Good quality 3 wheeler baby/toddler the Malvina House Hotel.
(folding) buggy £30. Lightweight col- Bridge results for 16th May: 1st. Joan
lapsing push chair £10. Epson Photo In the FIDF club on Sunday 27th Middleton and Tony Pettersson
Printer, 2 year old, just £25. Good qual- May, at 1930 three former mem- 2nd Rosie King and Nancy Jennings
ity child car seat £10. Also wide selec- bers of 3 Commando Brigade Air Booby Ally Ford and Caroline Villegas
tion of good paperback novels and other Squadron Royal Marines who flew
books. Assorted ornaments and house- in the conflict will be having an
hold goods, including small toaster, ket- informal get together and chat with
tle, children’s toys and books. Come anyone who would be interested in
and look on Saturday or telephone meeting them. All welcome. Doors
21829 day/ evenings. open 1900.
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