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St. Maarten Mets baseball team finds sponsor

St. Maarten / 7 Sept. 2012 – Local baseball champions the St. Maarten Mets, take to the baseball field Sunday sporting brand new colors of team sponsor TelEm Group. The Mets are counting on the company’s blazing red color to continue to put fe

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St. Maarten Academy records high success rate at exams

CUL-DE-SAC / 7 Sept. 2012 – The St. Maarten Academy has recorded a 100 percent success rate at the May/June Caribbean secondary education certificate (CSEC) examinations. Of the 75 students who wrote the CSEC exams and the international general c

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Minister Jacobs launches ‘Making a Difference’

St. Maarten / 7 Sept. 2012 – In an attempt to maximize the true potentials of students on St Maarten, Minister of Education, Culture, Youth Affairs and Sports Silveria Jacobs has introduced a new initiative to schools called Making a Difference.

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St. Maarten Medical Center board members refuse to go – Attorneys summon minister to stop slandering hospital

St. Maarten / 7 Sept. 2012 – After two members of the Harbor Holding refused to take marching orders from Economic affairs Minister Romeo Pantophlet, the board of the Sint Maarten Medical Center is following the same line of action. The attorneys f

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Pedophile singer gets 12 months for sexual assault on young girl

St. Maarten / 7 Sept. 2012 – The Court in First Instance sentenced Eliseo Calcano-Galcia to 12 months imprisonment for sexual assault on an 11-year-old girl and firearm possession. The 50-year-old defendant who goes by the nickname Calki told poli

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No retreat, no surrender Thompson says (Simpson Bay Resort)

St. Maarten - 7 Sept. 2012 - “This battle might have been lost but the war continues; we know that we are right in our conviction to defend workers’ rights,” president of the Windward Island Chamber of Labour Unions Theophilus Thompson said yes