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Still no sign of missing woman

St. Maarten – The detective department continued its search for missing Annmarie Lynch yesterday morning, but once again the search did not yield any results. Police spokesman Inspector Ricardo Henson said that the prosecutor’s office is now t

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Betrian: “There is more to do, but it’s up to the new cabinet”

WILLEMSTAD — Stanley Betrian’s outgoing interim cabinet had its last meeting with the press last weekend. Betrian, Minister of Finance Dr. Jose Jardim, Minister of Economic Development Mr. Cornelis Smits, Minister Transportation, Communication an

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Hodge: “We’re going to lay foundation for new Curacao”

WILLEMSTAD – “The community of Curacao has invested much in me. I now have the chance to do something in return. We can no longer stand by and watch from the sideline. If we do, nothing will change”, this is how PSB-Bank Director Daniel Hodge r

St. Maarten News - Posted by on January 2, 2013

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Even Haiti is about to open to open a new hotel: St. Maarten’s competitors in hotel sector are on the move

GREAT BAY – St. Maarten’s competition in the tourism industry is not exactly sleeping at the wheel, as the following overview produced by Gay Nagle Myers in the online newsletter for the travel industry travel weekly shows.  Investors are pourin

St. Maarten News - Posted by on January 2, 2013

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Cruise industry invests heavily in upgrades

St. Maarten - As 2013 arrives, the cruise industry can only pray that there is no repeat of the signature event of 2012, Tom Stieghorst writes in the online newsletter for the cruise industry Travel Weekly. His analysis shows that cruise lines will i

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