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The Hypnotic Hotel & Entertainment N.V. files part 1: The early years

The Hypnotic Hotel & Entertainment N.V. files part 1: The early years

Minister Roland Duncan personally signed the management contract with Richbenzwan. Photo DCOMMWhen Richbenzwan N.V. signed a 10-year management contract with Hypnotic Hotel and Entertainment back in 2009 for the management of the Seaman’s Club

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How Minister Roland Duncan’s Hypnotic Hotel and Entertainment NV set its claws in the Seaman’s Club - The brothel battle in Sucker Garden

How Minister Roland Duncan’s Hypnotic Hotel and Entertainment NV set its claws in the Seaman’s Club – The brothel battle in Sucker Garden

The entrance to the Seaman’s Club in Sucker Garden. Photo Today / Hilbert HaarSt. Maarten / By Hilbert Haar – In the sixties of the last century a Japanese fishing company settled down in St. Maarten. It brought a lot of Japanese fishermen t

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During morning rush hour in St. Peters – A call on our readers to improve flow of traffic

St. Maarten – Readers who buy their newspaper on the way out of St. Peters in the morning are requested to have their money ready when they stop at one of our street vendors. The request comes from community police officer Felix Richards who has be

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Dutch TV-broadcast pummels St. Maarten

Dutch TV-broadcast pummels St. Maarten

The Dutch news program EenVandaag depicted yesterday Justice Minister Roland Duncan this way with strip club Bada Bing in the background. Photo Screenshot EenVandaag.St. Maarten – The Patrick Illidge bribery scandal is spreading like wildfire throu

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Rollocks fumes at lackluster response

St. Maarten – Businessman Julian Rollocks is outraged about the lackluster response from Prime Minister Sarah Wescot-Williams and parliamentarians to the Patrick Illidge bribery scandal. “St. Maarten is presently dealing with a scandal of hist

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St. Maarten's Prime Minister receives SER report

St. Maarten’s Prime Minister receives SER report

[caption id="attachment_21827" align="alignleft" width="250"] Prime Minister Sarah Wescot-Williams receives the report, regarding the possibilities of stepping out of the monetary union, from Chairman of the SER, Rene Richardson.[/caption]St. Maarten

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St. Maarten’s future depends on renewable energy

St. Maarten - Local resident Carl Duinkerk runs the Mango Green Energy (MGE) Project that currently operates out of the Sunfed building on Back Street. He has devoted his life savings and has lost a lot of immovable property in his pursuit of renewab

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Dutch daily Telegraaf corruption-survey - Majority wants to sever ties with St. Maarten

Dutch daily Telegraaf corruption-survey – Majority wants to sever ties with St. Maarten

The Telegraaf depicted St. Maarten yesterday as a Mafia state. Photo Telegraaf / PluisSt. Maarten – Readers did not disappoint the editors of the Telegraaf with their answers to the question of the day: The Netherlands has to sever ties with St

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Wifol to meet de Weever today on Pelican workers

St. Maarten – The Wifol union is expected to meet with Labor Minister Cornelius de Weever from 2 p.m. today on the plight of workers of the former Pelican Resort. Union President Theophilus Thompson said that Wifol had made a commitment to the work