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Editorial - Posted by on November 1, 2012

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Editorial: Debt relief

St. Maarten has found a bargaining chip after the Dutch Finance State Secretary Weekers asked the country to exempt citizens and companies from the BES-islands who buy goods here from the turnover tax. Finance Minister Roland Tuitt wants to use this

St. Maarten News - Posted by on November 1, 2012

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Reaction to L’Escargot shooting – Indian merchants call for improved street lighting

St. Maarten – Better lighting in and around Philipsburg and constant patrols by the police and Control Unit are very much needed to stave off crimes against residents, visitors and businesses, the Indian Merchants Association (Ima) said in a press

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Procedure closes end of November – Last call for BTA-permits

St. Maarten – Employers have one month left to renew work permits for employees that hold a Brooks Tower Accord permit, the Immigration and Naturalization Department (IND) stated in a press release issued on behalf of the Ministers of Justice and

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IND holds open house again tomorrow

St. Maarten (DCOMM) – The Immigration and Naturalization Service (IND) holds Open House again tomorrow from 8 a.m. until 3 p.m. at its offices on the A.T. Illidge Road. Immigration staff will be at hand to answer questions in English, French and S

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Athlete Omarco Robinson: “I am happy to do something positive as a Jamaican”

St. Maarten - After clinching the top spot in the Fatum Run on St Maarten two weeks ago, Omarco Robinson repeated his winning ways when he placed first in his age group and first overall in the Fatum Loop in Curacao which took place on Sunday with a

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Tempo TV Network received already $300,000

St. Maarten - Pan-Caribbean cable network, Tempo, has already received $300,000 from the government for the hosting of Tempo Turns 7 in St. Maarten. The accumulated sum represents two payments that were made to the network since it announced in early

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