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By Online Editor On Wednesday, January 25th, 2017
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SHTA severely criticizes functioning of Parliament

GREAT BAY – The St. Maarten Hospitality and Trade Association has severely criticized the functioning of Parliament. In a newsletter it published on its website on Sunday, the SHTA says that Parliament “is not More...

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By webadmin On Tuesday, November 15th, 2016
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Interesting dilemma

Insel Air’s financial troubles pose an interesting dilemma for the government in Curacao. It does not want the airline to go bust because it is considered too important for the island in terms of the economy, More...

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By webadmin On Tuesday, November 15th, 2016
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Insel Air in financially dire straits

WILLEMSTAD – Insel Air has received financial support from the government of Curacao for the past six months, Dick Drayer reports on Caribisch Netwerk. Outgoing Minister of Economic Affairs Eugène Rhuggenaath More...

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By webadmin On Thursday, November 10th, 2016
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Tempting

It is tempting to think all kinds of things about the prolonged screening process of the candidate-ministers for the new government. Is this really about the hiccup in the government’s computer systems? Or is More...

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By webadmin On Monday, September 19th, 2016
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Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is

Dear Editor, St. Maarten people should stop talking and put their money where their mouth is. If St. Maarten people wants to protect and conserve certain properties as nature parks then they should join forces, More...

The Council of Ministers in a conga-line on Wilhelmina Street with Prime Minister William Marlin in the lead and vice Finance Minister Richard Gibson right behind. Photo Today / Milton Pieters
By webadmin On Thursday, September 15th, 2016
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Emphasis on political and fiscal stability

Governor Drs. Eugene Holiday sets his first step on the red carpet in front of the parliament building. To the right is MP Johan Leonard with MP Franklin Meyers behind him. To the left is the governor’s spouse More...

Governor Drs. Eugene Holiday sets his first step on the red carpet in front of the parliament building. To the right is MP Johan Leonard with MP Franklin Meyers behind him. To the left is the governor’s spouse Marie-Louise. Photo Today / Milton Pieters
By webadmin On Thursday, September 15th, 2016
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Emphasis on political and fiscal stability

Governor Drs. Eugene Holiday sets his first step on the red carpet in front of the parliament building. To the right is MP Johan Leonard with MP Franklin Meyers behind him. To the left is the governor’s spouse More...