Ship to Shore was first printed in 1997.
Inspired by the Jottings From Our Log, this modern version is generally published quarterly (Summer, Autumn, Winter, Spring)
Articles are written by the mission's staff and give updates about shipping and seafaring news, staff, events, board Committee, heritage.
It is sent by post or email to supporters, members, volunteers and friends of the mission.
It is also available to the public in the Flying Angel club and online on the website.
23 February 2002: Reunion of Harbour Lights Guild former volunteers thanks to the work of Maria Culka: Enid Budds, Beverley Kent.
CD-ROM: Marine borts, deaths and marriages
Ron Reid, great garnison of Hugh Reid, visited the mission after seeing the ABC News report in October 2001.
In October: ABC News talks about the Mission.
Ship to Shore is a valable source of information
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