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Charlie Charlie Challenge – Charlie Charlie are you there? Hype and Pavlov-reactions

  St. Maarten – Churches, government and schools are in uproar about the latest internet hype: the Charlie Charlie Challenge. Described as a ‘demonic game’  by some and ‘pretty lame and boring’ by others it has nevertheless inspir

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Electoral Council fines Frans Richardson’s USp

St. Maarten – The Electoral Council has fined Frans Richardson’s United St. Maarten party (USp) for failing to submit financial reports. The fine is 1,000 guilders for each day the violation continues, with a maximum of 30,000 guilders. “Des

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Shareholder overrules supervisory board: Maduro with Gebe until 2017

Shareholder overrules supervisory board: Maduro with Gebe until 2017

Gebe’s Chief Operations Officer Romelio Maduro. Photo Gebe Facebook page   GREAT BAY- Gebe Chief Operations Officer and Chairman of the Managing Board Romelio Maduro will be at the helm of the company until 2017. The Council of Minis

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St. Maarten ranks high with relatively few homicides

Murder rate data distort reality St. Maarten – The Caribbean and Latin America together are the murder capital of the world. This appears from data collected by the Brazilian think tank Igarapé Institute that runs the project homicide watch.

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St. Maarten Police make five arrests

Police arrested five people this weekend for different violations - two for breaking identification laws and three for ill-treatment. One of the suspects caught without identification had an outstanding warrant for his arrest. The police report d

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Promotions and farewell at St. Maarten police force

  St. Maarten – Last Friday Inspectors Carlyle Rogers, Head of the Simpson Bay district and Ricardo Henson Head of the Public Relations and Communication Department received their promotion to the rank of Chief Inspector. Major Hensley Roum