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St. Maarten News - Posted by on November 3, 2015

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40,000 People participated  in bird habitat restoration

40,000 People participated  in bird habitat restoration

  Les Fruits de Mer volunteer Simon Speetjens raised five dozen Lignum Vitae seedlings and taught guests about the tree while giving them away at the Migratory Bird Festival in St. Maarten. Photo contributed BirdsCaribbean connects plants

St. Maarten News - Posted by on November 3, 2015

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DP pushes again membership of Open Government Partnership

DP pushes again membership of Open Government Partnership

  DP policy advisor Emil Lee at the summit in Mexico City. Photo contributed St. Maarten – The Democratic Party is once more pushing the country’s membership of the Open Government Partnership (OGP), an issue it made a core element of

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Horror restrooms at Bobby’s Marina

Horror restrooms at Bobby’s Marina

  The situation in the men’s urinals over at the restrooms at Bobby’s Marina on Sunday. St. Maarten – The use of a restroom is a day to day thing that goes hand in hand with a variety of things that people do on a daily basis. For e

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Retired politician Dave Levenstone: Saba, Statia and St. Maarten have to strengthen their ties

Retired politician Dave Levenstone: Saba, Statia and St. Maarten have to strengthen their ties

  Dave Levenstone. Photo Caribisch Netwerk THE BOTTOM, SABA – The Saban political veteran Dave Levenstone says that his fellow-Sabans do not speak up enough, because the evaluation report about constitutional reform states that Saba does

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Nature Foundation rescues dozens of disoriented seat turtle hatchlings

Nature Foundation rescues dozens of disoriented seat turtle hatchlings

Disoriented sea turtle hatchlings on Great Bay Beach. Photo contributed St. Maarten - On Friday evening the St. Maarten Nature Foundation was alerted to the Hatching of a critically endangered hawksbill sea turtle nest in the vicinity of the Hard

St. Maarten News - Posted by on November 3, 2015

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Caribbean Tourism Day: “Make sure our visitors leave with a smile and come back”

St. Maarten – Today marks Caribbean Tourism Day and also the start of Caribbean Tourism Month. Port St. Maarten’s board of supervisory directors, the management and the staff, wishes everybody working in the hospitality and tourism sector a happ