Ce dimanche 1er mai 2022, la chanteuse Régine est décédée à l’âge de 92 ans. C’est une triste nouvelle pour le monde de la chanson. La chanteuse et comédienne Régine Saint Martin l sxminfo.fr - L‘Info libre de St-Martin & d'ailleurs
Le vol Air France Pointe-a-Pitre/Paris de 17h30 AF0795 ce dimanche 17 avril 2022 c‘est reposé sur le tarmac de Pôle Caraibes après avoir fait le plein à Antigua. Pour une Saint Martin l sxminfo.fr - L‘Info libre de St-Martin & d'ailleurs
Having access to affordable healthcare services is essential to patients in need of critical and life-saving treatments and procedures. Having a choice in places that offer specialised healthcare options brings peace of mind and offers renewed hope to those patients and their families. For the last three years, critically ill patients in Anguilla have been [ […]
The RAPF has issued a release on its website regarding the recent uptick in burglaries on Anguilla, especially car thefts. Although, it should also be noted that there is an increase in vehicle vandalism and home and business invasions, as well. The release came after the issue was raised during the government’s press conference on […]
Twee Rafale-gevechtsvliegtuigen van de Franse luchtmacht zijn vandaag tijdens een vliegshow nabij de Franse plaats Cognac met elkaar in botsing gekomen, melden diverse Franse media. Daarbij brak de staart van een van de vliegtuigen af.
Vrachtwagenchauffeur Michel Stokx, die hoofdverdachte was in de verdwijningszaak van Nathalie Geijsbregts, bekende voor zijn overlijden de moord op de zevenjarige Cheryl Morriën uit IJmuiden. Dat zegt zijn advocaat in een nieuwe drieledige documentaire over Stokx.
Tweedle Farms hemp flower is quickly becoming one of the market’s most popular goods. Cannabidiol (cbd) has grown in popularity over the years because of its medicinal and recreational benefits. However, cbd flowers are often confused with illicit marijuana. As a result, there is some uncertainty about their legality. There are still regulations in place […] […]
Maintaining a favourable image with your client base is critical when it comes to your business. There are different elements to consider, but for many types of organisations, the physical look of the premises and the interior is unquestionably important. This is why successful firms spend a lot of money on furniture, interior decorators, commercial […]
The Government of Sint Maarten remains committed to the continuity of the Airport Terminal Reconstruction Project. The internal changes within the Princess Juliana International Airport Operating Company’s management staff (PJIAE NV) have no bearing on this commitment. This means that the project will continue according to the current financing agreement in place. Adherence to corporate governance guidelines at Princess Juliana International Airport is a primary concern of the Government when conducting policy toward its companies. As sole shareholder representative of the Princess Juliana International Airport Holding Company (PJIAH NV), the Council of Ministers will look into whether the proper procedures were followed with the dismissal of PJIAE NV’s Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Brian Mingo, in accordance with the Corporate Governance Code. As per the European Investment Bank (EIB) Financing Agreement and the World Bank (WB) Agreement, PJIAE must inform the EIB & WB of the termination of the CEO’s contract and his replacement on the management board, thereby reconfirming its commitment to the continuity of the Airport Terminal Reconstruction Project. On April 8th, the supervisory board and management of PJIAH met with members of the Ministry of the Interior and Kingdom Relations (MinBZK), to negotiate the Cooperation Agreement between PJIAH, PJIAE, MinBZK, and Royal Schiphol Group, which expires on August 1st, 2021. The Airport Terminal Reconstruction Project will continue as per all signed agreements. The restoration of the Princess Juliana International Airport to its full potential remains a high priority for the government and people of Sint Maarten. Its timely completion is critical in fully restoring the country’s damaged economy as a result of the devastating 2017 hurricanes and the unexpected COVID-19 pandemic. The government will ensure the agreements with the World Bank and the European Investment Bank are upheld.