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Shoot Hoops completes projects in St. Peters

Shoot Hoops completes projects in St. Peters

  Youngsters brighten up the hood in St. Peters. Photo contributed St. Maarten News – The Shoot Hoops Not Guns campaign continued with a rewarding weekend of community projects in St. Peters. After listening to the community’s dreams,

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Minister Meyers: Process for the establishment of zoning plans will continue

St. Maarten News - The process to establish zoning plans will continue, Vromi-Minister Angel Meyers announced in a press release.  Up to now, only draft zoning plans for Simpson Bay, Cul de Sac and Cay Hill – Little Bay were placed on public revie

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Theo Heyliger criticizes government  for repeated power outages

Theo Heyliger criticizes government for repeated power outages

  Some Gebe generators are in a bad condition. Photo Today / Hilbert Haar   St. Maarten News - The seemingly extensive mechanical and other problems faced by the Gebe power plant are taking a toll on the economy and putting additi

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Thirteen St. Maarten students to summer intensive programs in the US

Thirteen St. Maarten students to summer intensive programs in the US

  These students will go to the United States this summer. Photo contributed St. Maarten News - The Charlotte Brookson Academy of the Performance Arts says that thirteen of its students have been accepted into summer intensive programs in

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MP Frans Richardson sounds the alarm: Social media messages: kill the prime minister

St. Maarten News - Messages on social media suggest killing the prime minister, members of parliament and their corrupted friends, MP Frans Richardson said during a meeting of parliament about vote buying. While Richardson considered there threats fa

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Dispute over illegal building at Bobby’s Marina continues

Dispute over illegal building at Bobby’s Marina continues

  [caption id="attachment_34355" align="alignnone" width="550"] DCIM100MEDIADJI_0017.JPG[/caption] The illegal filling in of Great Bay by Bobby’s Marina. Photo contributed Vromi-ministry’s term to answer Dock Maarten expires nex

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Largest cruise ship in the world Harmony of the Seas to St. Maarten in November

Largest cruise ship in the world Harmony of the Seas to St. Maarten in November

Harmony of the Seas. Photo RCL St. Maarten News - Port St. Maarten will welcome the Oasis class cruisxe vessel Harmony of the Seas, now considered the world’s largest cruise ship of Royal Caribbean Lines in November when it makes its inaugu

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Breast health session at the university

  St. Maarten News - Collective Preventation Services (CPS) and the American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine (AUC) in collaboration with the Positive Foundation host a breast cancer awareness information session entitled “Bre

St. Maarten News - Posted by on May 25, 2016

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PM Marlin at 175th anniversary celebration:  “The Catholic Church has shown tremendous faith in St. Maarten”

PM Marlin at 175th anniversary celebration: “The Catholic Church has shown tremendous faith in St. Maarten”

  Governor Drs. Eugène Holiday with Bishop Secco, Prime Minister William Marlin and a second church dignitary. Photo contributed   St. Maarten News – Prime Minister William Marlin addressed the congregation of the Catholic Chur

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Nature Foundation survey shows:  Forty percent seek medical assistance after dump fires

Nature Foundation survey shows: Forty percent seek medical assistance after dump fires

  The toxic fumes from a landfill fire on April 15 loom over Philipsburg. Photo courtesy Nature Foundation / Robert Cijntje   St. Maarten News – A survey by the Nature Foundation among 500 respondents has confirmed what everybod