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Controversial parliament meeting sends five ministers home

St. Maarten – In a controversial parliament meeting the new majority of UP, DP and Independent MP Romain Laville passed a motion of no confidence against Ministers William Marlin, Roland Tuitt, Roland Duncan, Silveria Jacobs and Romeo Pantophlet. P

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Funeral Helmen Wiels today

WILLEMSTAD – Parliament will hold a meeting this morning for the last week murdered Pueblo Soberano leader, Helmin Wiels. After this solemn meeting, the funeral procession will start at the Parliament building and end at the Curacao Sport Center (S

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Big surprise for Brooks on Mother’s Day

GREAT BAY –  The St. Maarten Medical Center nurses on the Maternity and Women’s ward presented a gift to a mother who delivered an unexpected baby a few days before Mother’s Day. New mother, Keisha Brooks, was informed a few weeks before he

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“It’s got to be self-interest” Richardson calls for elections

St. Maarten - Independent MP Frans Richardson said yesterday afternoon at an impromptu press conference that he is calling for new elections and that he had no clue that fellow-Independent MP Romain Laville was about to break away from the coalition.

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Tank construction in Pointe Blanche progressing

St. Maarten – Minister of Public Health Social Development & Labor with responsibility for the production and distribution of drinking water, Cornelius De Weever on Monday visited the construction site in Pointe Blanche where two tanks for stor

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Unicef presents report on situation of children in St. Maarten

St. Maarten – Unicef presented the report on the situation of children and adolescents in St. Maarten, this happened in the presence of Minister of Education, Culture, Youth & Sports Affairs Silveria Jacobs. Many interested people came together