St. Maarten – Students of the third grade, Cycle 1, year 1 of the St. Maarten Seventh Day Adventist School paid a visit to the offices of the Today Newspaper yesterday morning, together with their social studies teacher Naomi Hickinson. The stud
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St. Maarten – Concerns over a post of 25 million guilders ($14 million) in projected revenue in St. Maarten’s 2011 budget seem to be unjustified. The revenue is listed as dividend from the Central Bank. The Board for Financial Supervision Cft sai
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St. Maarten – Dutch Minister of Home Affairs and Kingdom Relations Piet Hein Donner says the second quarterly report on the Plans of Approach is positive overall. He’s also said the monitoring committee has reported there are still challenges wit
Research by the council for the administration of justice suggests that between 2000 and 2009 judges in criminal court upped their sentences for similar cases by about ten percent. For violent crimes punishments became twenty percent heavier. Dr.
Let’s take a look at the friendly side of St. Maarten for a change. All this talk about good governance and airport directors, full prisons and strained budgets …. Newspaper readers are only able to take that much. There comes a point when mind,
The Rotary Club of St. Maarten has put Alzheimer’s disease on the national agenda with its awareness campaign. It is, as gerontologist Frantz Remy says in this issue of today, a forgotten disease and politicians and governments pay hardly attention
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Dear Editor, As a woman, I’ve got a curious mind which keeps on making me read, filter and think about a lot of subjects. For the sake of air cleansing I’m sincerely curious to learn about the reasons that either the Board or Shareholder Repre
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The Rotary Club of St. Maarten launched its Alzheimer’s awareness campaign last week Wednesday. As part of this campaign articles and useful information will be published. The source of the information in this article titled “What Is Alzheimer’
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More and more St. Maarten is becoming a country that keeps it commitments and is able to live up to agreements. That analysis is drawn from the comments made by Dutch Minister of Kingdom Relations Piet Hein Donner about implementation of the Plans of
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St. Maarten – Bureau Telecommunication and Post St. Maarten is currently executing tower scans on strategically chosen transmitter sites on St. Maarten and St. Martin Mobile Networks. The aim is to identify potential infringements of the frequency
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St. Maarten – Dutch Minister of Home Affairs and Kingdom Relations Piet Hein Donner says the Netherlands is definitely part of the discussion on free movement in the Caribbean part of the Kingdom because the country’s borders now extend to this p
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St. Maarten – Justice Minister Roland Duncan wants the Royal Dutch Military Police (Marechausees) to provide more assistance to the Customs Department. The Marachaussees are stationed on St. Maarten to provide assistance on border control and they
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Escapee Omar Nelson on the run: day 95 St. Maarten – David Priest. Clemencia Julot. Amador Jones. Hector Miguel Arrindell. Five names with one thing in common: their murders remain unsolved. But Chief Prosecutor mr. Hans Mos says that all these
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14 months and counting … St. Maarten – There is still no ruling from the Supreme Court in the Hague on the conviction of parliamentarian Louie Laveist. On February 11 of last year the Common Court of Justice sentenced Laveist on appeal to