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Waterfront Development plans heat up in Stanley
There has been much deliberation over the planning application on the Waterfront Development in Stanley. Some residents are enraged over the proposed removal of shrub borders and flowers in the Whalebone Arch Garden. Where suggestions were made to replace this green area with a concrete footpath and a paved area on the ground, showcasing the Falklands flag. Decisions which haven't been received too kindly by some local residents. FITV put the community's questions to the Project Co-ordinator of the Waterfront Development, to find answers.
Widow visits the Falklands for the first time
Jean Stroud-Mort, the widow of HMS Glamorgan Royal Navy Steward, John Stroud, has visited the islands for the first time. John was only 20 years old when he set sail from Portsmouth on HMS Glamorgan but never returned. Sophie Dulson has this report.
Celebrating 250 years of the first British settlement
A ceremony was held at Port Egmont on Saunders Island to celebrate the 250 year anniversary of the first British settlement in the Falklands. To mark this occasion, the British flag, as it would have been in 1765, was raised by Left Tenant Commander Hayashi. Sophie Dulson has the full report.
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