It's a remote British island, now moving with the times in the 21st Century.
For 500 years the tiny speck in the South Atlantic could only be reached by sea. Now an airport is about to open, welcoming St Helena to the world. All next week Richard Jones will be sending special reports from this fascinating British territory - home for Napoleon after his exile there.
It's a remote British island, now moving with the times in the 21st Century. For 500 years the tiny speck in the South Atlantic could only be reached by sea. Now an airport is about to open, welcoming St Helena to the world. All next week Richard Jones will be sending special reports from this fascinating British territory - home for Napoleon after his exile there.
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Luke Gardner from Eastbourne has compiled a moving video. He is worried about Eastbourne Pier's future, and wants the new owner to preserve treasured memories.
Police have cleared a protest which blocked the main road leading to Heathrow airport for more than three hours this morning. Passengers faced major delays as climate change activists from the Plane Stupid group locked themselves to a van in the middle of the tunnel. Five people have been arrested.
A village school has been closed after the building was infested by wasps.
Pest controllers visited Brenzett Primary on the Romney Marsh on Monday but have advised it will take a day before classrooms are safe for children to return.
It's understood that the nest was discovered in a toilet block.
Interim head Hannah Peaston said the school would remain closed today (Tuesday) to ensure the safety of the pupils.
Children have been stopped from playing in their gardens and even cars have been damaged by a plague of rats chewing through brake cables.
Reading council acknowledges that there is a problem in the town and says it is urgently looking for a solution.
However, residents living around the Anstey Road, Baker Street and Howard Street area say the situation is getting out of control and they've handed in a petition calling for action.
Mel Bloor has more.
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The annual event features more than 50 films from across the world - and one of the most eagerly-anticipated screenings will be from Brighton's own director Ben Wheatley.
His new film High Rise features Hollywood stars Tom Hiddleston, Jeremy Irons and Sienna Miller. Andy Dickenson went to meet him and Tim Brown from CineCity.
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