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Finance Minister Tuitt: “I do not need this job”

PM counters actions by Vice PM Marlin St. Maarten / By Hilbert Haar – “As soon as the parliament takes a legal decision I’m gone. I do not need this job. I can make much more money on the outside,” Finance Minister Roland Tuitt said yeste

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No decisions yet from Governor Holiday: “Maintain and protect integrity”

St. Maarten – Governor Eugène Holiday appealed to all stakeholders “to do all that is necessary to maintain and protect the integrity of our constitutional democracy and to foster actions in keeping with our constitution based on the rule of law

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PM Wescot-Williams in interview: “Integrity of administration regulated a long time ago”

THE HAGUE / GREAT BAY / By Jamila Baaziz– “St. Maarten regulated the integrity of its administration a long time ago,” Prime Minister Sarah Wescot-Williams said in an interview with Jamila Baaziz that was published on Caribisch Netwerk yesterda

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Young mom found guilty of attempted baby-murder

St. Maarten – The Court in First Instance sentenced Kenesha Tunisia Richardson to 2 years and 184 days imprisonment for the twofold attempted murder on her 6-month old baby Makhaylan Boasman in the night of May 25 to 26, 2009. Of the sentence, the

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Arrindell: Standoff NA jeopardizes credit rating

St. Maarten – Political tension and instability created by the National Alliance led government is bad for business confidence and can negatively impact the sovereign credit rating of the country.  Moody’s credit rating agency says that politica

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Court postpones Gaston Gumbs murder trial until July

St. Maarten – Two men who are suspected of the November 10 murder on Gaston Ambroise Gumbs saw their trial postponed until July 4 yesterday, mainly because one of the defendants had switched attorneys and his new counsel got the case only two days

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Maria Buncamper to be inducted as new president

St. Maarten – The Rotary Club announced its annual change of board ceremony and gala dinner.  On June 8 Maria Buncamper-Molanus, will take the helm of St. Maarten’s oldest Rotary Club at a formal gala dinner at Infinity Restaurant in the Oyster

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Nature Foundation launches volunteer program

GREAT BAY – The St. Maarten Nature Foundation, in an effort to expand its activities and its operations while simultaneously involving the community in its work, will be launching a structured volunteer program. The Nature Foundation is the Managem

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PM to politicians: Stop criticizing U2 Can Move campaign

St. Maarten – Prime Minister Sarah Wescot-Williams invited politicians, especially those in parliament, to stop criticizing her U 2 Can Move health campaign, where the prime minister encourages especially women to maintain a healthy lifestyle, and