has limited resources so we have no money to buy anything, however wonderful it may be.If you want to start selling your product or service to St Helena, the best people to contact are Enterprise St Helena, not us.If you need information we haven’t included by all means contact us - we may be researching the same topic.But please bear in mind that we are website designers, not archivists. 11: Can you just give a message to…12: How old is Jonathan? 18: Would you like to buy my product/service, which…? 32: You don’t seem to cover schools, hospitals, police, etc.33: How many ‘Like’s do you have on your Facebook™ page? 37: Why don’t you put up a daily featured page, like the Wikipedia? They seem to exist purely to sell you stuff; we exist purely to provide accurate information about St Helena.
For ways to get messages to people please see our Family And Friends page.It is part of the British Overseas Territory of Saint Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha. It is one of the most remote islands in the world, and was uninhabited when discovered by the Portuguese in 1502.It was an important stopover for ships sailing to Europe from Asia and South Africa for centuries.All we know is that it’s accessed from all over the world - recently the top countries were (in alphabetic order): Australia; Austria; Belgium; Brazil; Canada; Czech Republic; Finland; France; Germany; Greece; Italy; Netherlands; New Zealand; Norway; Portugal; Russia; Saint Helena; South Africa; Sweden; Switzerland; United Kingdom (and 137 others! The top search topics were: Napoleon; jobs; the airport/flights; the cost of living and moving here; and our climate.If you are seeing such things on it can only be that some miscreant has ‘hacked’ our site. Ask the Tourist Office to recommend a tour guide that knows where the Wirebirds live, or contact the St Helena National Trust.