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Road closure schedule for solidarity march

St. Maarten – In connection with solidarity march for new elections starting today at 4 p.m. at Le Grand Marche and ending at 6 p.m. at the Clem Labega Square, the following traffic measures will be taken to ensure the proper flow of traffic and p

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Bosman questions integrity of St. Maarten’s Prime Minister Wescot-Williams

VVD Parliamentarian André Bosman. Photo Caribisch Netwerk / Jamila BaazizTHE HAGUE /St. Maarten – VVD-MP André Bosman will remain openly critical about the developments in St. Maarten, he told Caribisch Netwerk-reporter Jamila Baaziz after re

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St. Maarten Hospital adds two specialists

St. Maarten Hospital adds two specialists

GREAT BAY – The St. Maarten Medical center SMMC had added General Surgeon Dr. Robert W.J. Muller and pediatrician Dr. Martijn E.C. Tilanus to its staff of specialists. Dr. Muller, who has 25 years of experience in his field, started working at t

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Majority wants Samuel out

St. Maarten – The new majority in parliament of eight MPs has requested an urgent meeting of parliament designed to replace President Drs. Rodolphe Samuel. While the letter does not state this, it is likely that the group of eight wants to reappoin

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Audit Chamber criticizes Kingdom Relations

THE HAGUE – The General Audit Chamber of the Netherlands is highly critical of the way the directorate for Kingdom Relations has regulated its financial management, Jamila Baaziz reports on Caribisch Netwerk. The Audit Chamber advises Kingdom Relat

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Ground breaking for six more homes in Ebenezer

St. Maarten – Six families will be moving to their new homes by Christmas when the new homes are completed in the Ebenezer Estate, said Deputy Prime Minister William Marlin at the ground breaking ceremony which was held yesterday. Marlin describ

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“It is no use for a second march” Koto joins in solidarity march

St. Maarten – “It’s better to hold one main march, instead of two marches on the same day,” Renée ‘Koto’ Wilson said about the non-political march that will be held this afternoon. After finding out that another march with the same pu

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Pantophlet: keep politics out of zumba

St. Maarten - Patricia Pantophlet, the head instructor at Patti’s Zumba Fitness, has come out in defense to the negative comments by critics with regards to the weekly involvement by Prime Minister Sarah Wescot-Williams, the initiator of the ‘U 2

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Supermarket robber claims innocence

St. Maarten – Leonardo R.-C. heard Solicitor-General Taco Stein ask the Common Court of Justice yesterday to confirm the sentence the Court in First Instance handed down in November of last year for an armed robbery at the Ho Supermarket on April 2

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UTS: “We are not involved in illegal lotteries”

St. Maarten / Curacao – Telecom provider UTS stated in a press release yesterday that neither the company nor any of its subsidiaries is involved with illegal text message (sms)-lotteries. UTS reacts with its press release to the 31 questions the m