Call for Denny & Dunipace Flag Entries

Following the success of the Caithness the next flag competition in Scotland is now underway for the community of Denny & Dunipace, near Falkirk. The competition is being run by the Denny & Dunipace Flag Competition team authorised by the district community council and funded by the Charette Fund which was established with a grant […]

Caithness Flag Registered

On Tuesday 26th the flag of Caithness was unveiled in a ceremony in Wick that featured a piped procession through the county town. The Lord Lyon and the Communities Vexillologist were both in attendance and gave speeches to all those in attendance. Caithness is the first community on mainland Scotland to have gained their own flag and […]

[Merry] Christmas Island Flag

BY ALEX CROUCH Christmas Island was discovered on Christmas Day 1643 by Captain William Mynors. Today it makes up part of Australia’s External Territories. Given its Australian connection, the island’s flag was officially adopted on Australia Day (26th January) 2002, though the same design had been used unofficially since 14th April 1986. This was the […]

New Zealand chooses challenger flag

BY ALEX CROUCH Kyle Lockwood’s Black, White and Blue design seems to have won the first round of the New Zealand Flag Referendum. With late and overseas votes still to be counted, it appears this design has beaten Lockwood’s other entrant (a Red, White and Blue variation) into second place. Voter turnout was 48-per-cent, a […]

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