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St. Maarten News - Posted by on December 9, 2010

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Duncan: “We will put our St. Maarten flavor in those laws.”

St. Maarten – Justice Minister Roland Duncan announced Wednesday that revamps to the Criminal Code and the Code of Criminal Procedure will be given a St. Maarten flavor. He’s committed to doing so despite pressure from the Dutch Government to app

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St. Maarten School Bus raid nets dangerous items

St. Maarten - Afro picks, retractable blades, combs, lighters and smoking paraphernalia were among the items confiscated by police in Wednesday morning’s impromptu search of school buses. Wednesday’s search comes days after a similar exercise an

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St. Maarten Labor Minister to receive work/residence permit amendments Friday

St. Maarten – Minister of Public Health, Social Development and Labor Maria Buncamper-Molanus expects to receive the first draft of amendments to the policy on the employment of foreign nationals on Friday. The changes focus on criteria like the ag

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Drug smugglers may escape justice due to disputed police report

St. Maarten – The trial against two brothers and two accomplices allegedly involved in transporting 600 kilos of cocaine from St. Maarten to the Netherlands might come to nothing if the Public Prosecutor’s Office declares itself inadmissible in t

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Three designated dispatchers for Ambulance Department

St. Maarten - The Council of Ministers appointed three dispatchers for the St. Maarten Ambulance Department during its regularly scheduled meeting on Tuesday. Minister of Public Health, Social Development and Labor Maria Buncamper Molanus did the ann

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Eco-Green established three days before multi-million dollar deal

St. Maarten – Eco-Green N.V., the company that bought the economic ownership of a piece of land Minister Maria Buncamper-Molanus and her husband Claudius held in long lease on Pond Island, was registered at the Chamber of Commerce on December 16, 2

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Convicted fraudster, forger named Labor Mediator

Convicted fraudster, forger named Labor Mediator

St. Maarten – Convicted fraudster and forger Derrick Holiday has been appointed Labor Mediator. The former St. Maarten Chief Commissioner of Police will work along side the current mediator Kenneth Lopes, who will stand down in April 2011. Both men