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Police Commissioner John warns gun-owners

St. Maarten – “There is a photo currently being circulated on social media (face book), of some-one pointing an illegal firearm at a police patrol car.  As Acting Chief of Police, I would hereby like to send a strong message stating, that this

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Court puts Vorst-ruling on ice

Family has to wait for decision on appeal St. Maarten – The government does not have to pay the Vorst-family immediately for the estate in Cay Hill for which Vromi-Minister Maurice Lake signed a purchase agreement for $5.5 million. On August 21,

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Workshop at FCCA conference: Theo Heyliger projects 2.2 million cruise passengers in 2015

Workshop at FCCA conference: Theo Heyliger projects 2.2 million cruise passengers in 2015

The speakers at the FCCA-workshop yesterday afternoon. From left: Michael Ronan, Michele Paige, Gerry Cahill, Giora Israel and Mark Mingo. Photo Today / Hilbert HaarGREAT BAY – St. Maarten expects to receive 2.2 million cruise passengers in 201

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SHTA appoints new board members

GREAT BAY - The St. Maarten Hospitality & Trade Association (SHTA), elected a 15-strong new board during its second annual general meeting on September 30. New on the board are Debby Lind-Steyn, Managing Director at Aquamarina, Drs. Francio Guade

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Appeal against acquittal attempted manslaughter

St. Maarten – The prosecutor’s office has appealed the acquittal of Edsel Servio R., who was charged with attempted manslaughter and an attempt at causing his victim grievous bodily harm. On September 30, the court acquitted R., because it consi

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Baby boy dies after weird toilet bowl incident

St. Maarten – A 11-month old baby boy died yesterday morning twenty minutes after the plane that was to take him for treatment to the Dominican Republic left Princess Juliana International Airport. On Monday, the mother had found her child motionl

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Captain Oliver’s demands action against French-side harassment

St. Maarten – On behalf of his client Cactus Tree NV, the legal entity that does business as Captain Oliver’s Resort and Marina, attorney Jelmer Snow has threatened the Dutch Minister of Foreign Affairs Frans Timmermans in a letter with legal act

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Cruise conference opens at port facility “St. Maarten earned these passengers”     

St. Maarten - Michele Paige, President of the Florida-Caribbean Cruise Association, opened the 21st Annual FCCA Cruise Conference and Trade show Opening Ceremony last night at the Port of St. Maarten, saying, “The event comes with a lot of hard wo

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Theo Heyliger confirms he is the next prime minister of St. Maarten

St. Maarten – United People’s party leader Theo Heyliger confirmed in the Oral Gibbes Live TV-program on Monday that he will be the country’s next Prime Minister. While others on the UP-list may also take up a post in the new cabinet, Heyliger