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Knives, shanks, machetes and ganja in prison

St. Maarten - Homemade machetes, knives, shanks, small packs of compressed marijuana, homemade tattoo machines, 25 cellular phones and cellphone chargers were confiscated during a search of the prison cells at Pointe Blanche. A massive search of

St. Maarten News - Posted by on November 14, 2014

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SER-advice meets with severe criticism

St. Maarten – The advice from the Social Economic Council about former Finance Minister Roland Tuitt’s decision in 2013 to take all tax debts from 2006 and before off the books, has met with some serious criticism. The SER-advice labels the decis

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Court documents indicate: Theo Heyliger attempted to blackmail Tender Services

St. Maarten/ By Hilbert Haar – United People’s party leader Theo Heyliger attempted in 2001 to blackmail the owner of St. Maarten Tender Services, Bobby Velasquez, with a bogus consultancy contract in the name of Coal Pot Inc., an offshore compa

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Dutch Parliament increases pressure on St. Maarten

THE HAGUE – Sint Maarten has to come up fast with a concrete plan to guarantee the integrity of ministers, otherwise a possible new instruction looms for the country, Jamila Baaziz reports on Caribisch Netwerk. Kingdom Relations Minister Ronald

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Minister Richardson: Gas prices show transparency

St. Maarten —In the wake of criticism levied at the inclusion of the turnover tax in the price breakdown for petroleum, Tourism Minister Ted Richardson has said the price is correct and the total breakdown was revealed in an attempt to be transpare

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Leonard advise students on best career choices

St. Maarten - The “vital careers” that Country St. Maarten will need “should the country decide to move away from the Dutch Kingdom and become an independent country in the Caribbean”, were discussed with sixth graders of the Sister Marie La

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Budgeting workshops kick off 21st

St. Maarten - A free weekly training program—“Taking control through budgeting”—which consists of eight interactive sessions, will kick off next Friday at the various help desks on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 7 to 9pm. The weekly

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Trinity Christina is little Miss St. Martin

St. Maarten - Trinity Christina of the Sister Borgia School captured the title of Little Miss St. Martin 2014  crown in the presence of well- wishers, supporters , family and friends at the Philipsburg Cultural Center on St. Martin Day. First ru