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This week, in what the islanders celebrated as a historic occasion, something resembling normal service was resumed.
To great fanfare and cheered by a quarter of the island's 4,800 remaining residents, the first fixed-wing plane for eight years flew in to a new airport, squeezed on to a rugged plateau at Gerald's, in the northern "safe zone" where the remaining islanders live in an area of only 13 square miles.
"We're not there yet, not by a long way, but everything is moving forward," said Margaret Wilson, originally from Sunderland but who has lived on the island for more than 20 years with her partner, local fisherman Danny Sweeney, a descendant of African slaves and Irish Catholic refugees who first came to the island.
On the other side of the island, the picturesque little W H Bramble airport was also buried, leaving Montserrat accessible only during daylight hours, by helicopter or a gut-churning one-hour ferry ride from Antigua.Farmers Only lets you specify what you're looking for on your profile, from friendship to casual dating to a long term relationship.It also has Farm Phone, a secure texting service so you don't have to give out your personal number to strangers. But the lives of the 11,000 islanders were about to change forever.On 18 July 1995, the lush green Soufriere Hills, a favourite picnic site amid mango and breadfruit trees and thundering waterfalls, began to rumble and steam.