In what is a substantive advance, the 2020 Journal has been printed in full colour. This is largely due to advances in printing technology and generous underpinning support from the Falklands. Readers confirm what a bonus this is and how it greatly enhances the quality of the final product.
It is my sad duty to report the death of Ian Strange . Ian was a naturalist, wildlife artist and active promoter of sustainable land use and environmental management in the Falklands (long before either concept was fashionable). We will recognise his contribution in the 2019 issue with an appreciation (for which I thank Stephen […]
We regret to have to report the passing of Sir Cosmo Haskard (aged 100) in February of this year. During his time as Governor of the Falkland Islands (1964-1970) and thereafter he was a great supporter of the Falklandsand undoubtedly his interventions and representations to the Foreign and Commonwealth Office paid a large part in […]
The Editor and supporting Committee of the Falkland Islands Journal made a (successful) proposal to the Stamp Committee in the Falklands that the Journal merited recognition through a commemorative stamp issue in 2017.
The Editor of this Journal is not the only celebrant of a golden jubilee. The 2016 edition of the Falkland Islands Journal is the fiftieth to be published, a really significant achievement for which all those involved, past and present, deserve our warm congratulations. This edition is bursting with even more pages, and the Journal […]
Jim McAdam to deliver the 3rd Mike Stammers Memorial Lecture in Liverpool on the evening of 12th May 2017. Mike was a long-standing Deputy Editor of the Journal for many years. Sadly he died in 2013 and an Annual Memorial Lecture has been instigated. Current Editor, Jim McAdam is honoured to be delivering this year’s lecture. […]