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Start the week of right with our Monday Girl of the week!

Start the week of right with our Monday Girl of the week!

We publish a girl of the week every Monday and Friday, be sure to buy the paper and save them! Do you have what it takes to be our girl of the week? Send in your pictures or call us!

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Court seizes 22 million from money laundering Dutchman

WILLEMSTAD, Curacao – The Common Court on Justice has seized 31 bars of gold, worth an estimated 21 million guilders – from Albert Wout de Groof in the Fiji-case. The court also took away 900,000 guilders from de Groof’s bank accounts. The tota

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Minister Meyers tours lagoon

St. Maarten News – Vromi-Minister Angel Meyers took a tour of the Simpson Bay Lagoon last week with Nature Foundation manager Tadzio Bervoets. The minister got a first-hand look at the areas most affected by sewage. In the southern part of the lag

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Belgians go after Dutch truckers

THE HAGUE - Dutch lorries weighing more than 3.5 ton will from today pay a new tax for the kilometers they drive over Belgian roads as Belgium introduces road pricing. Last year, Dutch transport companies were responsible for 6.5 million trips on Bel

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Stronger link between Zika and microcephaly

HILVERSUM – The World Health Organization says that there is strong scientific consensus about a link between the Zika-virus and disorders of the central nervous system. Never before did the organization state this so strongly, Pieter Hofmann repor

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The Hague hotbed of jihadis

THE HAGUE - Approximately 30 percent of those Europeans who left for Syria and Iraq as foreign fighters have returned to their home countries, according to a new report by the International Centre for Counter-Terrorism in The Hague. The study is base