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Editorial - Posted by on September 17, 2013

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Editorial: Crying over spilt milk

The details we publish today about the history of the American University of the Caribbean make clear that the Tien-family pumped millions upon millions of dollars through the school into foreign bank accounts. Nobody stopped them, nobody asked qu

Opinion - Posted by on September 17, 2013

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Opinion: A lady in distress (2)

As we reported yesterday, Zariya Koury, a lady who claims to be stuck in Syria with a box stuffed with $6.2 million, approached us to help her. Just for the heck of it we sent her an email asking the young lady to send us some pictures – which she

St. Maarten News - Posted by on September 17, 2013

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Plasterk: Financial status St. Maarten worrisome

Minister of Interior Affairs and Kingdom Relations Ronald Plasterk in a meeting with Prime Minister Sarah Wescot-Williams during his last visit to St. Maarten. File photo Today/Milton PietersSt. Maarten - Minister of Interior Affairs and Kingdom Rela

St. Maarten News - Posted by on September 17, 2013

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Former AUC-owners maintain they have a binding tax-agreement, but others disagree: “The robbery of the century”

Former AUC-owners maintain they have a binding tax-agreement, but others disagree: “The robbery of the century”

[caption id="attachment_25012" align="alignleft" width="250"] AUC-founder Paul Tien. Photo Montserrat Reporter.[/caption] St. Maarten / By Hilbert Haar – “Paul Tien was always one step ahead of the law. When things got too hot, he was always

St. Maarten News - Posted by on September 17, 2013

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Union recommends health inspectors to investigate schools

St. Maarten -Based on complaints and teachers of the St. Maarten Academy PSVE campus, president of the Windward Islands Teachers Union (WITU) Claire Elshot has recommended that the Ministry of Public Health and Social Development investigated the cla