The international conference on Sargassum was officially opened tonight in Guadeloupe.
The island of Saint-Martin participates in this event, represented by Territorial Councilor Pascale Laborde.
The traffic department and police patrol were dispatched to the L.B Scott road early Wednesday morning at approximately 07.00 am, for a traffic accident whereby two minors were struck by a car.
Inmates have a long list of complaints pertaining to the situation in prison, which include overcrowded cells, leaking rainwater, unhygienic conditions, pests, limited or no recreation, and unclear rules with regard to early release.
Head of the Immigration Department, Meclyn Hughes, disclosed that each individual would receive a medical checkup. She also stated that while her Department was taking the lead in investigating this matter, they would also be working along closely with The Royal St. Christopher and Nevis Police Force and the St. K
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A second victim, also with gunshot wounds, had left the crime scene and was later found at a shop on the Gosieweg. An ambulance picked her up and brought her to the hospital.
He is said to have smuggled tens of kilos of cocaine through the port to the Netherlands. The man is currently serving a sentence for forbidden possession of weapons.
The situation after the accident threatened to get out of hand because the drunken driver wanted to get a hold of it. He shouldn’t have done
Willemstad – The red pick-up that is wanted in connection with the fire at the Tax Authorities belongs to a subcontractor working on the Isla. That reports the Extra.
The owner is a Haitian who has probably already left Curaçao and is back in Haiti. He is seen by Justice as the main suspect. A second suspect has already been arrested and comes from Venezuela.
Willemstad – A single-parent family with two children needs a minimum of 2037 guilders to survive. This is reported by the Central Bureau of Statistics.
This so-called subjective poverty line is determined on the basis of what the inhabitants of Curaçao experience as a minimum.
The death of a taxi driver in Cabudare on October 11th in an accident, uncovered the alleged location of a subject who would have escaped from the Aruba Correctional Institute in 2014; The man, who hit the deceased with his van, was released under filing, still being “checked” by the authorities in the Police Information System (Sipol).
MP Jacobs & NA Board reacts to MP Emmanuel’s arrest
Leader of the National Alliance and formateur Silveria Jacobs as well as the Board of the National Alliance have taken note of the fact that our MP Christophe Emmanuel and his former Chief of his Cabinet were detained today, with house searches being conducted by the National Detectives of Sint Maarten.
The timing of his arrest is indeed very unfortunate and can be seen as interfering, as we are in the process of forming an interim government and preparing for yet another election on January 9, 2020. The MP certainly was within his rights as Minister of VROMI to issue land in long lease, had received advice from the relevant department and has therefor not handled outside of his purview.
We know that MP Emmanuel has been very critical of the functioning of the prosecution office here in St. Maarten and we hope that this is not what triggered this sudden arrest. MP Emmanuel has been representing the people with passion and dedication and has been labeled the voice of the voiceless.
Regardless of this situation, we assure the general public that we are 100% in solidarity with MP Emmanuel and his former Chief of Cabinet and remind all that one is innocent until proven guilty.
We also take time out to encourage MP Emmanuel, his former chief of cabinet and their families to stay strong and remain faithful. Our prayers and support are with them at this time as they endure this ordeal.
HEMMINGSTEDT, WILLEMSTAD – Prime Minister Eugene Rhuggenaath visited ‘Raffinerie Heide’ in Hemmingstedt to take a look at the ‘preferred bidder’ Klesch Group facility in Northern Germany. CEO/ Managing Director Jürgen Wollschläger met […]
I put together this video in 2014. I posted a lot of predictive videos. I am in the process of making new videos. Will debut 2020. Parliament sure was weird today. I’m checking out the loudest mouths but they have all grown very quiet.
Saint Martin’s constitutional lawyer Denicio Brison represents the group of Statian politicians. “This is only the first round of at least fifteen rounds,” says Brison about the verdict. “We are naturally going for a second round,” says the constitutional lawyer. “Eventually, Statia will win.” The politicians will have to take the matter up again.
The group of dismissed politicians, including Clyd
The House of Parliament will sit in a Central Committee meeting on, October 23, 2019.
Members of the Committee of Tourism, Economic Affairs, Transport & Telecommunication (TEATT), in discussion with the Founder and President of Eco St. Maarten Agricultural Research and Development Foundation, Mr. Denicio Wyatte. Mr. Wyatte gave a pre
This morning suspects C.T.E and M.A.R. were arrested by National Detectives of Sint Maarten (LandsRecherché). One of the suspects is a member of Parliament and is the former Minister of VROMI. The other was Chief of The VROMI cabinet during the same governing period.
Latest information is that both Christopher Emmanuel and his Aide have been arrested. It is called the ‘Begonia’ investigation. Stay tuned. click back information coming in. New videos photos
Jewel F Daal Employee of NV GEBE from 2000 to present. This warms our heart.
On Monday afternoon, October 21st the Council of Ministers during an extraordinary general meeting of the Shareholder took the decision to extend the contracts of the Managing Board of Directors for a period of six months. The contract extension of the Managing Board of Directors will commence on November 1st 2019.
Based on the resolution of the Council of Ministers, Mr. Kenrick Chittick will continue as Chief Executive Officer while Mrs. Iris Arrindell-Smith and Mrs. Veronica Jansen-Webster will remain as Chief Financial Officer and Chief Operating Officer respectively.
Additionally, the Council of Ministers has requested the Supervisory Board of NV GEBE to proceed with the recruitment process of a Management Board. It is important to note that the recruitment process is open to the current members of the Management Board and other interested persons in the community.
The Council of Ministers has also requested the Supervisory Board to provide the Management Board with the necessary tools to improve their skills and qualities as was outlined in an evaluation report.
A decision of the Court on 8 October last determined that Tromp was right to claim procedural damage as a result of the prosecution, which lasted for more than 2.5 years. The Country, the taxpayer, pays for the costs of Tromp’s defence, estim
Philipsburg – The first sustainable development goal, “the eradication of poverty” was discussed last week at the University of Sint Maarten (USM). The event marked the kick-off for the second USM Seminar […]
Videos photos PROSECUTORS RAIDING CHRISTOPHER EMMANUEL HOME SOUTH REWARD. Stay Tuned I’m on the Scene!
Another finding that questions, is the following: it is not uncommon for French residents to recognize their stolen vehicle a few weeks earlier and that it was registered on the Dutch side. This suggests that the cars are stolen on the French side and put back on the Dutch side after having been made up. According to our
Big bobol, big fight the usual. Here are the videos circulating online
Three inmates are sharing one cell of 12 square metres with leaking rainwater. The prison is infested with cockroaches and prison staff is having difficulties managing calamities and these are only a few of the problems inmates and their lawyers are being confronted with during their detention.
“As a criminal lawyer, it is very frustrating to visit clients under the current conditions. You must first listen to your client and calm him down before y
One house has been selected for a trial of this project. In this house the kitchen, bathroom, all floors, doors and windows will be replaced and the house will be painted inside and out. The renovation will be carried out by local contractors under the supervision of Woonlinie. The Statia Housing Foundation (SHF) has
Since Saturday night, Didier Pegard has disappeared. This disappearance is considered disturbing by the gendarmerie services that call for witnesses. This is the track of suicide is examined since the 57-year-old man left a message in this sense on social networks. Since Saturday and despite the many searches, it remains untraceable.
The gendarmerie launches this evening a call to witness after the worrying disappearance of Didier Pegard, a 57 year old man residing in Oyster Pond, since Saturday. Research has been conducted since the alert with land, sea and air (using a drone). Important means put in place because there are suspicions of suicide. According to information provided by the gendarmerie, the individual reportedly expressed his desire to end his days on social networks for sentimental reasons after a “difficult break”. The concern of the police and residents of the neighborhood grew when the missing person’s car was found near his home in Oyster Pond, empty. The gendarmerie asks anyone with information on the subject to get closer to his services.
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Reducing illegal possession of (fire) arms is in the interest of everyone, in order to achieve this, in the period of October 21 to October 27 on Saba and Statia and October 28 to November 3 on Bonaire, there will be a turn-in campaign of (fire) weapons. The aim of the “Surrender and disarm” project is to remove as many fire and other weapons as possible from the streets and to emphasize the awareness of the danger of these weapons.
Late Mississippi-Native, “NATALEE HOLLOWAY” would have been 33 today, she Attended MOUNTAIN BROOK HIGH SCHOOL in ALABAMA, where she was a MEMBER of the DANCE SQUAD and the NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY, while Vacationing in May.2005 with her School Classmates o
Kralendijk – Last Thursday, October 17, a female diver died in Bonaire after a solo-dive with so called re-breather equipment. This is a closed system that allows the user to dive longer and not produce bubbles.
The 55 year old woman, an Australian diving physician and experienced diver, had descended to a depth of 90 meters on her own and was later found at a depth of 25 meters. The diver was no longer conscious at that point.
According to Xray magazine the woman no longer had a mouthpiece in her mouth when she was found. It is not yet known what caused the diver’s death.
Where does the investigation go?
But why has there still been no research with this government in the saddle for two years? “We first had to have a plan to slow down the problems. We now have that. ”But the minister admits that he is not yet conducting an investigation with his fellow health minister. “That must happen now.” He does not specify a period.