Sport Ossie Ardiles has been involved in a car crash in the Falkland Islands

Argentinian footballing legend airlifted to hospital following car crash with son Pablo confirming he has had 20 stitches in his head

The website for the Malvinas version of Counter Strike

Falklands Counter Strike: British hackers attack Argentinian developer's website

Dattatec.com reports distributed denial of service attacks

Reindeer were introduced on South Georgia a century ago

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British-owned island takes drastic action to stop animals destroying native habitat

British soldiers cross the Falklands during the 1982 conflict

Thatcher confidential: The untold story of the Falklands War

Newly released papers reveal a startling lack of unity in Government circles over how to respond to the 1982 Argentine invasion

Calafate, introduced by a resident to use as a wind-break, is spreading fast on the Falklands and is proving difficult to eradicate

Calafate invasion: Falklands natives under threat from an Argentinian force of nature

Invasive – and tenacious – South American shrub affecting plants and damaging sheep

David Cameron has publicly rebuked the new Pope for backing Argentina’s territorial claim to the Falklands

Falkland Islands: David Cameron rebukes
Pope Francis with 'white smoke' jibe

David Cameron has publicly rebuked the new Pope for backing Argentina’s territorial claim to the Falklands.

Falkland Islanders greet election of Argentine as Pope Francis with surprise

As parishioners readied themselves to file into St Mary's Catholic Church in Stanley this morning for a special service of thanksgiving, no-one was more surprised to find themselves waking up under a Argentinian pope than the Falkland Islands' senior priest.

Argentina President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner

Falklands referendum: Buenos Aires stays silent on result

The sound of British triumphalism boomed out of the Falklands today, but in Argentina things were surprisingly quiet. President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, usually so voluble on all matters Malvinas, had nothing to say about the referendum result.

It rather defeats the point of a novel if the paperback has an extra chapter

By grafting something on to the work itself, you change it. The texture of a book is bound to shift with the addition of another piece of reading

Falklanders celebrate the referendum result in Port Stanley on Monday night

Falklands referendum: David Cameron calls on Argentina to respect the wishes of islanders after 99.8 per cent vote to stay British

David Cameron today called on Argentina to respect the wishes of Falkland Islanders, who have overwhelmingly voted to stay British.

Falklands referendum: Newspaper at the heart of the divide

Founded by a Scottish expat in 1876, the Buenos Aires Herald is one of the oldest English-language newspapers in Latin America.

Falkland Islander Joan Turner, wearing a dress with the Union Jack colours, casts her vote at the Town Hall polling station in Stanley

Falklands referendum: Why ask British people if they want to be British?

Alejandro Betts, formerly Alexander, is the Falklands’ only  ‘defector’. He tells David Usborne the referendum is pointless

Islanders taking part in the

As Falklanders go to the polls, memory of war looms large

Islanders feel a new confidence in the future, but have not  forgotten the sacrifices of the past, they tell Cahal Milmo

“It is hard to disagree with her [Kirchner]. The islands are Argentinian. But it’s not worth spilling blood over”

Resentful resignation in Buenos Aires: 'It'll be the same as always. The British will stay in the Malvinas, and we will keep protesting'

The buffers in the train station in Buenos Aires tell a story of friendship between nations. “Ransomes & Rapier Ltd. Ipswich 1913 England”, reads a stamp in the blackened iron. The terminus itself was built largely in Liverpool and shipped here for assembly. Just outside, meanwhile, stands the “Tower of the English” in brick and Portland stone.

William Hague and John Kerry to clarify US stance on Falklands

Foreign Secretary William Hague will discuss the United States’ position on the Falkland Islands with John Kerry following reports that Washington will not recognise the result of next month’s referendum on sovereignty.

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