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Princes Amalia Bridge temporarily closed for maintenance

WILLEMSTAD – Curaçao Ports Authority hereby announces that the Princes Amalia Bridge will temporarily not be accessible for pedestrians on Sunday, December 2nd, 2018, from 10 o’clock in the morning until 6 o’clock in the afternoon, due to maintenance to be performed to the bridge. Pedestrians can make use of the Wilhelmina bridge.

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Royal Caribbean’s Symphony of the Seas Calls on St Maarten – Caribbean Journal


Caribbean Journal

Royal Caribbean's Symphony of the Seas Calls on St Maarten
Caribbean Journal
Symphony of the Seas, the newest addition to the Royal Caribbean fleet, made its inaugural call to Port St. Maarten this week. This was the ship's first port of call in the Eastern Caribbean after leaving Miami with 6,054 passengers on-board and 2,200 ...

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CHTA President: It’s Time for Investment in Caribbean People – Caribbean Journal


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CHTA President: It's Time for Investment in Caribbean People
Caribbean Journal
It's time for the region to make a greater investment in Caribbean people, according to Patricia Affonso-Dass, the new president of the Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association. Affonso-Dass, who will address this week's 9th Tourism Human Resources ...
CAYMAN ISLANDS: CHTA President calls for greater investment in Caribbean peopleMagnetic Media (press release) (blog)

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Dutch help desired with refinery negotiations

WILLEMSTAD – Curacao is going to the Netherlands early next year to ask for help in finding a new operator for the Isla refinery. This is according to the Prime Minister of Curaçao Eugene Rhuggenaath. At the moment Curacao can still do everything by itself, but if the negotiations continue, the Prime Minister would be […]

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Dutch help desired with refinery negotiations

WILLEMSTAD – Curacao is going to the Netherlands early next year to ask for help in finding a new operator for the Isla refinery. This is according to the Prime Minister of Curaçao Eugene Rhuggenaath. At the moment Curacao can still do everything by itself, but if the negotiations continue, the Prime Minister would be […]

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Dutch help desired with refinery negotiations

WILLEMSTAD – Curacao is going to the Netherlands early next year to ask for help in finding a new operator for the Isla refinery. This is according to the Prime Minister of Curaçao Eugene Rhuggenaath. At the moment Curacao can still do everything by itself, but if the negotiations continue, the Prime Minister would be […]

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Dutch help desired with refinery negotiations

WILLEMSTAD – Curacao is going to the Netherlands early next year to ask for help in finding a new operator for the Isla refinery. This is according to the Prime Minister of Curaçao Eugene Rhuggenaath. At the moment Curacao can still do everything by itself, but if the negotiations continue, the Prime Minister would be […]

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Jamaloodin remains in custody

WILLEMSTAD – Former minister Jamaloodin remains in custody in Bonaire. His defense had asked the Court to allow Jamaloodin to wait for the cases against him outside of prison, but the judge did not agree with them. He considers that there is a chance that Jamaloodin will flee the country. Jamaloodin is suspected to be […]

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Jamaloodin remains in custody

WILLEMSTAD – Former minister Jamaloodin remains in custody in Bonaire. His defense had asked the Court to allow Jamaloodin to wait for the cases against him outside of prison, but the judge did not agree with them. He considers that there is a chance that Jamaloodin will flee the country. Jamaloodin is suspected to be […]

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