Friday, 24 October 2008
Norfolk Island's Importance
This is very important time for Norfolk Island.
When we first moved here nearly 2 years ago, the locals were working very hard to keep Norfolk Island as Norfolk Island and not to be swallowed up by Australia.
Well, all Norfolk Islanders that didn't go to celebrate the 220th anniversary of the Bounty in Tahiti were glued to the radio to today to listen to new reports that will again rock the community.
To get a fantastic view of what has happened in the past and now,
Please visit Mary Christian-Bailey's 'other' blog called angels and eagles.
Please read and try to understand this small but important community and pass the message on.
Posted by Cristina Rose at Friday, October 24, 2008