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Kolegio Strea Briante reaches highest point

BES Islands – There was a small party at the building site of the new Kolegio Strea Briante location (formerly the Watapana School). During a brief ceremony those present celebrated the reaching of the highest point. School Director Jubella Balentin and Ronald Haafkes from the firm BonNed threw champagne over the highest point of an aerial work platform. Among those ...

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MP Leona Marlin-Romeo makes Vice President of Parliament position available

PHILIPSBURG, St. Maarten – Independent Member of Parliament (MP) Leona Marlin-Romeo, has notified the current President of Parliament Hon. Dr. Lloyd Richardson and Secretary Generals, that effective immediately, the position held as Vice Chair is made available. MP Marlin-Romeo duly notes that there is a new majority in Parliament and therefore, the appointment of the new chairmanship must transpire.  In ...

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STATEMENT BY SECRETARY KERRY; Curaçao Day

WILLEMSTAD, Curacao – On behalf of President Obama and the people of the United States, I wish the people of Curaçao a joyous Curaçao Day. This has been an important year for the U.S.-Curaçao partnership. Curaçao participated in the Caribbean Energy Security Summit in Washington, D.C., working with U.S. Vice President Joseph Biden and other Caribbean leaders to find comprehensive ...

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Local LGBT activists at CWSDC 2015

PHILIPSBURG/PORT OF SPAIN – St. Maarten/St. Martin Alliance For Equality (SAFE) Foundation President, Lysanne Charles-Arrindell and Treasurer, Nadjesca Gumbs are currently in Trinidad attending the 3rd annual Caribbean Women & Sexual Diversity Conference. The conference, which runs from October 5 – October 11, 2015, brings together lesbian, bi-sexual and transgendered (LBT) women from across the region and western hemisphere for ...

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Local LGBT activists at CWSDC 2015

PHILIPSBURG/PORT OF SPAIN – St. Maarten/St. Martin Alliance For Equality (SAFE) Foundation President, Lysanne Charles-Arrindell and Treasurer, Nadjesca Gumbs are currently in Trinidad attending the 3rd annual Caribbean Women & Sexual Diversity Conference. The conference, which runs from October 5 – October 11, 2015, brings together lesbian, bi-sexual and transgendered (LBT) women from across the region and western hemisphere for ...

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AUIS presents microscopes to CBA

PHILIPSBURG, St. Maarten – The American University of Integrative Science ( AUIS) located in Colebay continues with its  corporate and  community assistance  initiative to schools on St. Maarten. On October 2nd, AUIS presented two microscopes to the management representative of Charlotte Brookson Academy of Performing Arts Mr. Hiro Shigemoto, to assist the school  in its science program. 

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AUIS presents microscopes to CBA

PHILIPSBURG, St. Maarten – The American University of Integrative Science ( AUIS) located in Colebay continues with its  corporate and  community assistance  initiative to schools on St. Maarten. On October 2nd, AUIS presented two microscopes to the management representative of Charlotte Brookson Academy of Performing Arts Mr. Hiro Shigemoto, to assist the school  in its science program. 

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Caribbean hospitality industry exchange forum opens new era for Caribbean Hotel & Tourism Association

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico  – The just completed successful Caribbean Hospitality Industry Exchange Forum (CHIEF) taking place in Puerto Rico has emerged as a milestone setting the tone for a new era for the Caribbean Hotel & Tourism Association (CHTA), according the CHTA President Emil Lee.             “The success of CHIEF is a reflection of our new vision and a ...

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