The 'Tristan da Cunha Newsletter' is a full colour magazine for members and islanders published twice per year. It has news and feature articles, lavishly illustrated with photographs that do not appear on the website.

See also:

Association News

The Newsletter is distributed free to members and to island families.
Spare copies are initially reserved for new members or extra copies for members. - see the Association Shop for details.
Please note: Longer articles and many images are reserved for the newsletter and not available on the website.

August 2022 Newsletter

Contents:

  • Cover: Souvenir sheetlet from the Platinum Jubilee Stamp Issue
  • New Island Council, Governor and Administrator in 2022
  • Valedictory article from Joint Administrators Steve Townsend and Fiona Kilpatrick
  • Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations on Tristan and in London
  • Latest stamp issues from the Tristan Post Office
  • Tristan family news
  • Latest shipping news
  • Invasive plant management on Inaccessible, by Carmen Ferreira
  • Wildlife sightings by Rachel Green
  • Tristan’s Marine Protection Zone and Atlantic Guardians project
  • St Mary’s School News
  • A queen sends Tristan a gift, by Neil Robson
  • Book review of The Remotest Island by Albert Beintema
  • Gough Restoration Programme, by Andrew Callender
  • 2022 Annual Gathering
  • Obituary for John Woolley
  • Tristan Association Matters
  • Tristan Art Gallery
44 pages of Tristan news and features,
published in August 2022.

February 2022 Newsletter

Contents of the 'Tristan da Cunha Newsletter', February 2022,
3-Mar-2022
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Contact the Tristan da Cunha Newsletter Editor Richard Grundy
by Email on : newseditor@tristandc.com
Newsletter Contributions
Items ( Copy in Word format or JPEG photographs please) for future editions will be very welcome.
Please outline your plan and submit (preferably by email) to Richard Grundy first
as several good articles are held over and others rejected through a lack of space.
Contributions and Copyright
Contributions to the newsletter in the form of items of news, ideas for articles and photographs are welcome.
It will be assumed, unless specifically requested otherwise, that items offered for use in the newsletter can also be used for the website and by the Tristan Government and / or the Tristan Association for marketing and publicity purposes.
Tristan da Cunha Photograph Portfolio
A selected portfolio of good quality digital photographs are available to publishers to raise money for the Tristan da Cunha Island community. Contact Richard Grundy on newseditor@tristandc.com for details.
Islanders Abroad
It is hoped that the Newsletter will be an important vehicle to keep Tristan Islanders throughout the world in touch with each other. Photographs and brief personal details are invited for the regular Islanders' Abroad feature. Obviously the Association hopes Islanders will want to join the Association and take part in the expanding programme organised by the committee.