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Editorial - Posted by on July 31, 2013

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Editorial: Monologue of former Justice Minister Duncan

With a monologue that lasted just four-and-a-half minutes, former Justice Minister Roland Duncan has created the impression that he was forced to step down after the fall of the previous government - and that he is bitter about it. Duncan speaks a

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Former minister Duncan bashes PM Rutte: “I cannot listen to Dutch drivel”

St. Maarten - "The Dutch government is hell-bent on making St. Maarten look bad," former Justice Minister Roland Duncan said in a statement to a reporter of the website sxmislandtime.com yesterday. In a rant that lasted four-and-a-half minute Duncan,

St. Maarten News - Posted by on July 31, 2013

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Go-fast crew escapes Coast Guard

St. Maarten -  The Coast Guard and the French customs and gendarmerie intercepted this week a suspect go-fast in the coastal waters of French Saint Martin. A Coast Guard patrol plane spotted the go-fast whereupon the chase was on. The station ves

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SHTA hurricane seminar: St. Maarten better prepared than ever

St. Maarten – Prime Minister Sarah Wescot-Williams lauded “the efforts of the SHTA for their raising awareness” yesterday at the association’s hurricane preparedness conference at the convention hall in Carl’s Unique Inn in Cole Bay. The pr

St. Maarten News - Posted by on July 31, 2013

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SHTA shows interest in Market in the Park plan

Association discusses issues with Minister Lake St. Maarten - The hospitality and trade association SHTA is interested in the Vromi-Minister Maurice Lake's Market in the Park plan where a space is reserved for a new SHTA-office. The government wil