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Henderson Insurances marks its twentieth anniversary

Henderson Insurances marks its twentieth anniversary

  The team of Henderson Insurances. Photo contributed   Open house  Wednesday St. Maarten News – Henderson Insurances celebrates its twentieth anniversary Wednesday, starting at 5 p.m., with an open house at its offices

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RBC Bank not allowed to cut ties with casinos

RBC Bank not allowed to cut ties with casinos

  The Hollywood Casino remains a client at RBC Royal Bank, just like the Jump Up Casino and Casino Rouge et Noir. Photo google.com “No proof for ties with Italian mafia” St. Maarten News – RBC Royal Bank is not allowed to ter

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Breastfeeding Café next Wednesday

  St. Maarten News – The third Breastfeeding Café will be held next Wednesday, hosted by the Collective Prevention Services (CPS).  The objective is to promote breastfeeding by sharing information and discuss challenges for soon to-be

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The Spirit of St. Martin - Photo contest open  until month’s end

The Spirit of St. Martin – Photo contest open  until month’s end

  [caption id="attachment_34286" align="alignnone" width="550"] OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA[/caption] The Simpson Bay Bridge. Photo entered into the 2015 heritage competition by Monika Zach GRAND CASE, St. Martin - People of all ages are inv

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St. Maarten Carnival director Mike Granger looks back

St. Maarten Carnival director Mike Granger looks back

  SCDF-Director Mike Granger. Photo contributed. “We are not a bunch of know-it-alls” St. Maarten News – “Much of the growth and success of Carnival over the last five years can be attributed to the fact that young, local e

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“When Europe sneezes, the Caribbean might catch a cold”

“When Europe sneezes, the Caribbean might catch a cold”

  From left to right: Dr. Nilda Arduin, Günther Kräuter (Secretary General IOI, Austria), Diane Welborn (Vice Chair IOI, Ohio, USA), Otiendo Amollo (Ombudsman Kenya), Maria Bueyo Diez (Ombudsman La Rioja, Italy). Photo contributed Om

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Practice run culinary team at the Infinity Restaurant

Practice run culinary team at the Infinity Restaurant

  The braised sirloin flank steak was the main entrée for the fundraising dinner. Photo contributed St. Maarten News - Infinity Restaurant at Oyster Bay Beach Resort played host to the 2016 St. Maarten Culinary Team first fundraising dinn

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Carib-a-Travel offers first medical trip to Medellin

St. Maarten News – Medical tourism seems to develop in the opposite direction for the first time with an offer from Carib-a-Travel for a ‘medical or vacation’ trip to Medellin in Colombia. The trip, at a cost of $950 a head, is from June 4 to 1

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Margaret Hawthorne new US Consul General

Margaret Hawthorne new US Consul General

  WILLEMSTAD - The United States Consulate General in Curacao announced the appointment of Margaret Hawthorne as the US Consul General to Curacao and Chief of Mission to Aruba, Bonaire, Curacao, Saba, Sint Eustatius, and Sint Maarten.

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Minister Lee focuses on increased labor compliance

St. Maarten News - “In recognizing the progress that has been made in the field of labor over the years, we need to acknowledge that the creation of meaningful, stable and sustainable employment can only be achieved in partnership,” said Minister