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St. Maarten News - Posted by on August 28, 2015

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Plasterk and Richardson smoke a peace pipe in The Hague

  Protocol remains in place, cooperation back on track ST. MAARTEN / THE HAGUE – Tensions between the Netherlands and St. Maarten have eased after a meeting between Justice Minister Dennis Richardson, Minister of Safety and Justice Ard

St. Maarten News - Posted by on August 28, 2015

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Failed killing spree results in lengthy prison sentences

St. Maarten – Long prison sentences for Renald Reo Reymond and Rolando Cecil Trevor Arrindell and an acquittal for 25-year old Parbattie G. concluded the trial on Wednesday morning in the Court in First Instance about the failed killing spree the

St. Maarten News - Posted by on August 28, 2015

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Tropical Storm Erika leaves island in one piece

  Huge waves, driven by Tropical Storm Erika battered the coast. Photo Today / Milton Pieters St. Maarten – Tropic al Storm Erika did not live up to expectations and given the chaos the storm caused on other islands like Dominica, that i

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Princess Heights nominated for CHTA Chief awards

St. Maarten – The luxury boutique hotel Princess Heights, managed by Emil Lee, is among the 29 nominees for the inaugural Chief Awards of the Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association CHTA. The finalists will be announced at the end of this month and

Editorial - Posted by on August 28, 2015

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Editorial: At Ease

The controversy caused by a Dutch civil servant with an attitude – Gerard Bouman – is no longer an issue after Justice Minister Dennis Richardson and Kingdom Relations Minister Ronald Plasterk ironed out the wrinkles on Wednesday during a dinner

Opinion - Posted by on August 28, 2015

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Opinion: An expensive week

This has not been a good week for St. Maarten. On the other hand, it has been a very good week. It has also been a rather expensive week. First the threat of Hurricane Danny was coming at us, but it dissipated before it reached our shores. Right o

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Remembering Frank Mingo: “A force to be reckoned with”

Remembering Frank Mingo: “A force to be reckoned with”

  Frank Mingo holding his one of his sons on vacation. Photo contributed St. Maarten / By Andrew Dick - The late Frank Mingo was a force to be reckoned with says Prime Minister Marcel Gumbs who served with him in the Netherlands Antilles