MARIGOT--A scooter rider was evacuated to Guadeloupe for specialised treatment after an accident in Concordia over the weekend.... Read more
PHILIPSBURG--Utilities company GEBE on Monday officially launched its Customer Care Department and released its Customer Care Card, as it makes steps to move towards a cashless system.... Read more
PHILIPSBURG--When Jade Lopez travelled to India in search of new inspiration, she had no idea it would lead her to a new foundation and goal in life: helping families in dire situations.... Read more
PHILIPSBURG--The countryâ€™s fledgling cruise ship homeporting sector and its fragile yachting industry have been dealt what can be described as a deathblow by new immigration requirements for yacht and cruise ship crewmembers that took effect on Saturday and will come to an end with the maritime season.... Read more
PHILIPSBURG--Today, Tuesday, February 28, is the deadline established by law for motorists to pay their 2017 motor vehicle tax and buy number plates.... Read more
ST. EUSTATIUS--The agreement on the harbour fees which was signed between the Executive Council of St. Eustatius and the operator of Statia Terminals NuStar is not legally valid and is in violation of applicable laws and regulations, State Attorney of the Netherlands Bert-Jan Houtzagers said in his advice to Minister of Home Affairs and Kingdom Relations Ronald Plasterk.... Read more
Humpback Whale Mother and Calf taken around St. Maarten
COLE BAY--Nature Foundation has started its Marine Mammal Monitoring Project which will run until May and entails a wide scale census of all Marine Mammals found in St. Maarten/ St. Martin territorial waters, including within the Man of War Shoal Marine Park.
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~Remains a suspect in Ostrich case~
PHILIPSBURG--The Judge of Instruction on Friday deemed the arrest and detention of Attorney Brenda Brooks lawful, however her detention was suspended by the Prosecutorâ€™s Office because of health reasons.
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Chamber of Commerce President Jean Arnell (right) presents Laurent Flanders with an â€śhonour and meritâ€ť plaque for serving the community for 35 years. Looking on is Chamber of Commerce Director Magguy Gumbs with flowers and Mervin â€śJuniorâ€ť Flanders (far left).
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Sheriff Security Force Anguilla went on board as a sponsor of students from the Albena Lakeâ€“Hodge Comprehensive School on that island, who participated in the Leeward Island Debating Competition in Nevis. The company's Sales and Marketing representative in St. Maarten Kenty Lichtenberg said students had been raising funds to cover the trip and other relevant costs and the company was happy to have been able to assist. Photo shows students, their teacher and a Sheriff Security Anguilla representative.... Read more
DATE ISSUED: Monday, February 27, 2017 @ 12:00 LST (16:00 UTC)
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From left: Aruban-Spanish scholar Mirto LaclĂ© and his wife, authors Loekie Morales and Diana Lebacs, consul of the Dominican Republic Pedro UreĂ±a Rib, librarian/researcher Emilio Rodriguez, author Leo Regals and his wife at the consulâ€™s residence in Havana, Cuba, during the 26th edition of the Feria de los Libros.
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Local produce on display and on sale at Sundayâ€™s Market Day and Music Festival in St. Peters.
ST. PETERS--The streets of St. Peters were transformed into an open-air produce market and agri-cultural mani ... Read more
A section of attendees at the conference.
PHILIPSBURG--The topic of the economic empowerment of women in the changing world of work was dissected at a conference hosted by the Windward Islands Teachers Unionâ€™s (WITU's) Status of Women's Committee at the Sonesta Great Bay Beach Hotel last Thursday and Friday.
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ARUBA--The auction of the inventory of InselAir by the Tax Department of Aruba has been postponed for the time being, according to a report from news outlet NoticiaCla.
The fiscal authorities had seized bank accounts and property of InselAir Aruba because of a hefty tax debt. The amount has not been officially announced but it is, according to sources, between 2-2.5 million florins.
Jouvert in French St. Martin was well attended on Saturday, as revellers danced to musical bands in the early hours. Winner of the 2017 Band Clash was Grand Masters from St. Kitts. Red Eye Crew was one of the bands on the streets.
Readers who enjoyed author Ed Arreâ€™s book queued by at Roland Richardson Art Gallery on Friday evening to snag a copy of his latest St. Maarten-based novel â€śThe Fourth Horseman.â€ť The title of the book reflects the biblical reference to the four horsemen and uses as cover art a sketch by well-known artist Roland Richardson of same name as the novel. Arre has skilfully blended fiction by weaving the islandâ€™s scenery, hotspots and some well-known and infamous personali ... Read more
PHILIPSBURG--St. Maarten Carnival Development Foundation (SCDF) is inviting all Carnival 2017 booth-holders to their final meeting before the 2017 Carnival season gets underway in Dutch St. Maarten, at University of St. Maarten (USM) room 202 at 7:00pm Tuesday.... Read more