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Penguin News is the Falkland Islands' only newspaper. A weekly paper, it is available on Fridays from Stanley retailers. The Penguin News covers local and overseas events relating to the Falkland Islands. The paper includes current events, job postings, your letters, local sports results, a TV guide, guest columns and much more. The Penguin News is available in both a printed and online format. To access our online paper please subscribe on our website. Click on 'The Paper' dropdown menu and then click on 'Subscribers'. There you will be given a choice of subscriptions including the FREE subscription which offers the front, back and television pages.

We hope you enjoy our content.

The Penguin News Team

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