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Video 1 André Bosman. Questions. What is St Maarten up to? World Bank, CFT, Defaulting on loans

“The money is urgently needed, but how can St Maarten get the financing without meeting the proper prerequisites to get funding and financing?” Financial stability is one of the prerequisites for St Maarten to secure a loan.

Sponsor offers young people the opportunity to sail along for free with sailing ship Eendracht to St Maarten

The four youngsters are divided over the active sailing trip from Porto to Las Palmas and the Atlantic Ocean crossing to Sint Maarten.

Sailing ship Eendracht has a length of almost 60 meters, a width of 15 meters, a draft of 5 meters and is one of the so-called A-class sailing ships. Also called tall ships; the largest sailing ships in the world. Four young people get the chance to be at the helm of this beautiful tall ship and to participate as a real crew member. The professional a

The police arrested two suspects in the investigation into the death of 32-year-old former professional footballer Kelvin Maynard.

Kelvin Maynard was shot on September 18, 2019 in a car that subsequently bumped into Anton fire station on the Langbroekdreef. Emergency services have tried to resuscitate him, but that didn’t help. 

Within the criminal environment, stories are circulating about a high argument within the group around Maynard and Feller – which was wound up two weeks earlier in Curaçao – that allegedly stole a million-dollar cocaine.

‘Almost half of Antilleans living in Holland don’t want to be here. Make sure they can go back to where they feel happy ‘: John Leerdam

The displeasure over the Caribbean Netherlands is rising again: a security crisis on Sint Maarten, a refugee crisis in Curaçao and administrative and financial disorders on Sint Eustatius and Aruba, among others. So the question is again whether the Netherlands should definitely say goodbye to the chaos that is called Antilles.

William heads to The Hague July 4

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William heads to The Hague July 4th PHILIPSBURG–Prime Minister William Marlin will lead a small delegation to The Hague on Tuesday, July 4, for the hearing before the Council of State.
The hearing has to do with the protest St. Maarten has filed against the Dutch Government over the dispute between St. Maarten and the Netherlands regarding the Integrity Chamber, the Dutch Government’s appointment of a quarter master and the instruction received by St. Maarten on this matter.

Head of the St. Maarten Tourist Bureau attends Route Development for Tourism and Destinations course

Head of the St. Maarten Tourist Bureau attends Route Development for Tourism and Destinations course

Head of the St. Maarten Tourist Bureau Rolando Brison (left) and Senior Policy Advisor at the Cabinet of the Minister of Tourism Julian Lake (right) are in Miami, Florida attending the Route Development for Tourism and Destinations course hosted by Routes Latin America. This course shows destinations and tourism authorities how to boost tourist numbers through route development. Tourism authorities and destinations have an important role to play in route development. Airlines have said that the support offered by destination partners is one of the most important factors when deciding whether to launch a new route, and they prefer to deal collectively with stakeholders who have a unified approach. The course shows participants how to utilize their collective resources to beat the competition and win new air services. Brison and Lake are picture here with instructor David Appleby of Routes Latin America.

Head of the St. Maarten Tourist Bureau attends Route Development for Tourism and Destinations course

Emmanuel: No contract given to Lake, no $900,000 for metre walls

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Emmanuel :PHILIPSBURG–Minister of Public Housing, Environment, Spatial Development and Infrastructure VROMI Christophe Emmanuel on Monday dismissed claims that a US $12,000 monthly contract had been given to former Member of Parliament (MP) Maurice Lake to serve as advisor for the board of Utilities Company GEBE. He also debunked assertions that hefty contracts were given to clean around the metre walls of the utilities company.

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