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Editorial - Posted by on October 7, 2013

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Editorial: The sooner the better (St. Maarten Govt. Integrity Investigation)

Reports about the instruction from the Kingdom Council of Ministers to Governor Holiday – and in particular the reaction to it from the government – have spread like wildfire across the Caribbean. Nearing its third anniversary as an autonomous co

Opinion - Posted by on October 7, 2013

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Opinion: Telegraaf Caribbean edition

Anybody excited about the arrival of the Telegraaf in Sint Maarten? On Saturday the Caribbean edition of the latest newspaper in the Netherlands landed left right and center in bars and other places as a promotional item. The paper was old (dated

St. Maarten News - Posted by on October 7, 2013

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Bank says plaintiff’s arguments are “phantasies and delusions”

Court rules October 18 on mortgage-dispute St. Maarten – The Court in First Instance will rule on October 18 in the dispute between Elaine Christopher and the Windward Islands Bank. Christopher took the bank to court claiming that her mortgage c

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Bosman law postponed until spring 2014

THE HAGUE /St. Maarten – If the Dutch parliament approve the residence law from Member of Parliament for the VVD, André Bosman, it won’t become effective until March of April at the earliest. Additional research into the practical implementation

St. Maarten News - Posted by on October 7, 2013

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Chief Prosecutor Hans Wesselink: “St. Maarten has become a part of me”

Chief Prosecutor Hans Wesselink: “St. Maarten has become a part of me”

Chief Prosecutor Mr. Hans Wesselink. Photo Today / Hilbert HaarSt. Maarten /Hilbert Haar – The good news comes at the end of the interview with Mr. Hans Wesselink, the interim Chief Prosecutor at the Public Prosecutor’s Office. “There are s

St. Maarten Sports - Posted by on October 7, 2013

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Central committee met with Tony James Group on football league

St. Maarten – Last Friday the Central Committee heard a presentation from the Tony James Group on the establishment of a St. Maarten youth football camp and program. President of Parliament Gracita Arrindell, who chaired the meeting, said “it was

St. Maarten News - Posted by on October 7, 2013

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Minister Lake meets with Cape Bay residents

St. Maarten – Vromi Minister Maurice Lake met with the residents and Community Council representatives from Cape Bay area earlier this week. Residents voiced their grievances with respect to their neighborhoods and about the upgrades and improve

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Preparations underway to observe St. Maarten’s Constitution Day

St. Maarten – Preparations are well underway to celebrate the third anniversary of St. Maarten achieving country status within the Kingdom of the Netherlands. A solemn session of the House of Parliament will be held to commemorate the anniversar