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Lower sentence for attempted manslaughter

St. Maarten – Jeanrony Johnny Quetant found leniency at the Common Court of Justice yesterday. While the Court in First Instance sentenced the defendant on January 30 to 36 months with 12 months suspended for attempted manslaughter, the Common Cour

St. Maarten News - Posted by on June 6, 2013

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Report formateur ready on Friday

St. Maarten – Not all reports are in yet, formateur Wescot-Williams said at yesterday’s press briefing where she alluded to Governor Holiday’s request to form a new government. She expects to present her report to the governor on Friday. As

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Unicef reports on state of children in Dutch Caribbean

Minister Jacobs: not an accurate picture St. Maarten - Information disseminating from reports published by Unicef-Netherlands and Unicef-Panama through an independent agency tasked with research on the state of children and adolescents in the Dut

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Wescot-Williams dismisses decision to dissolve parliament PM: “Insanity”

St. Maarten – “Insanity.” With that single word Prime Minister Sarah Wescot-Williams condemned the actions of the four National Alliance ministers that held an extraordinary Council of Ministers meeting on Tuesday afternoon where they approved

St. Maarten News - Posted by on June 6, 2013

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DP, UP and Laville condemn actions of ministers

St. Maarten – “The Democratic Party, United People’s (UP) Party, and Independent Member of Parliament Romain Laville condemn the actions of the four caretaker ministers who are now in a lame duck status until a new Council of Ministers have bee

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Robber-burglar gets higher sentence on appeal

St. Maarten – Ricardo Frederick Alexander York got little pleasure out of his appeal against a verdict from the Court in First Instance. In December of last year this court sentenced him to 15 months for a burglary, while acquitting him of an armed

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Wake for Courtney Gibson on Friday

St. Maarten – The Guyanese community will be holding a wake for the late Editor-in-Chief of The Daily Herald Courtney E. Gibson this Friday at Quality Snacks on the Walter Nisbeth Road from 7 p.m. A condolences book will also open at The Daily H