CONSOLIDATED Fisheries Ltd (CFL) announced this week that Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) certification has been granted to the Falklands Islands Toothfish longline fishery.
MEMBERS of Legislative Assembly, "find it somewhat perverse that Argentina castigates the UK over its treatment of the Chagossians, yet seems to want to treat us in the same way," Chair of the Legislative Assembly Mike Summers (pictured) told Penguin News this week.
Falkland Islands Government says Argentine logic is perverse
Select Committee open discussion on Children Bill
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Commonwealth Games 2014 Queen's Baton lands in Falklands
Infant and Junior School students sports day and fund raiser
Consolidated Fisheries Ltd donate £25,000 to Badminton Club
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THE Falkland Islands Government (FIG) and Standard Chartered Bank (SCB) have announced details of their joint General Mortgage Scheme.
Key changes in new child protection Bill
Drink up say MLAs defying judge
Community School Sports
WEDNESDAY'S meeting of Executive Council which met on Wednesday morning began with an update report on potential outsourcing of the Post Office and Philatelic Bureau. The process has been going on for some time now and following advertisements seeking expressions of interest, the process has advanced to a stage where there is a single preferred bidder, said a spokesperson for Gilbert House.
An acting Governor has been appointed for the Falkland Islands.
Former Governor Nigel Haywood CVO departed the Islands on Tuesday and his successor, Colin Roberts CVO, is not expected to take up his post before late April. In the interim, John Duncan OBE has been designated as acting Governor of the Falkland Islands and acting Commissioner of South Georgia & the South Sandwich Islands. He will assume the functions of the Office of Governor after he takes the oath of allegiance and the oath of office upon his arrival in the Falklands.
Huge task begins on immigration medical forms 'not fit for purpose'
Time to welcome the Queen's Baton
Falkland Islands Government recruitment matters
A travel portrait of the small islands of the Falklands
TAIWANESE crewmen reported missing from a jigger over the weekend have not been located.
In the early hours of Saturday February 15, Royal Falkland Islands Police (RFIP) received notification via the Department of Fisheries Operations Section that three crewmen were missing from a Taiwanese jigger operating in Falklands waters.
AT a meeting of Executive Council on February 12 the Attorney General was asked to update Members on the appointment of a Law Commissioner to oversee the updating and consolidation of Falklands Law.
Strong support from Uruguay
Inflexible housing policy questioned
Byron Heights clean-up follows diesel spill
Falmouth to Falklands for Elinca
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