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LIAT continues to assist Dominica’s recovery after Tropical Storm Erika

ST JOHN’S, Antigua – LIAT, The Caribbean Airline, has announced further amendments to its schedule as it continues to assist Dominica recover from the devastation caused by Tropical Storm Erika. In light of the continued closure of the Douglas-Charles Airport, LIAT is offering flights to Guadeloupe as an alternative for travellers to / from Dominica. Dominica’s Prime Minister, Roosevelt Skerrit, ...

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Marine supplies emergency assistance to Dominica

PHILIPSBURG, St. Maarten – The support ship of the Dutch Royal Navy in the Caribbean today left for Dominica to deliver aid there. Tropical Storm Erika and its heavy rainfall did a lot of damage on the island. Huge landslides and rock avalanches have ruined hundreds of homes leaving many ​​dead and wounded. Based on this the Government of Dominica ...

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Marine supplies emergency assistance to Dominica

PHILIPSBURG, St. Maarten – The support ship of the Dutch Royal Navy in the Caribbean today left for Dominica to deliver aid there. Tropical Storm Erika and its heavy rainfall did a lot of damage on the island. Huge landslides and rock avalanches have ruined hundreds of homes leaving many ​​dead and wounded. Based on this the Government of Dominica ...

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Dutch Coastguard helicopter assists in Dominica

PHILIPSBURG, St. Maarten – The AW139 helicopter from the Dutch Coast Guard was in recent days flown from St Maarten to Dominica. After the passage of Tropical Storm Erika through the Caribbean in particular, the island of Dominica was hit hard and as a result of this, the Dutch government has decided to provide emergency assistance to that island. Some ...

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Splash Jewelry store in Pelican robbed Friday

PHILIPSBURG, St. Maarten – The St. Maarten Police Force are still on the hunt for the persons responsible for robbing a jewelry store in Pelican Friday. Initial reports stated that the robbers entered the establishment and caused significant damage during their crime before escaping in a car. No description of the vehicle was given. Police spokesman Inspector Ricardo Henson confirmed ...

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CC1 St Maarten now represents Presidente Beer on the Island

PHILIPSBURG, St. Maarten – With a new vision and strong commitment, CC1 St. Maarten reinforces their beer portfolio with the acquisition of the #1 Beer of the Caribbean, Presidente. Beginning September 7th, CC1 is in charge of the marketing and distribution of the beer on the Island. Also, they will be the only authorized Distribution Company that will collect all ...

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Port St. Maarten staff contributes to Dominica Relief Effort

PHILIPSBURG, St. Maarten – Port St. Maarten staff on Thursday went to the Dominica Relief Effort depot on the Pondfill at the Ring Road to drop off relief items that they collected for the people of Dominica. The staff decided after seeing television and social media pictures of the devastation, and from the appeals made to the outside world by ...

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Port St. Maarten staff contributes to Dominica Relief Effort

PHILIPSBURG, St. Maarten – Port St. Maarten staff on Thursday went to the Dominica Relief Effort depot on the Pondfill at the Ring Road to drop off relief items that they collected for the people of Dominica. The staff decided after seeing television and social media pictures of the devastation, and from the appeals made to the outside world by ...

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Port St. Maarten staff contributes to Dominica Relief Effort

PHILIPSBURG, St. Maarten – Port St. Maarten staff on Thursday went to the Dominica Relief Effort depot on the Pondfill at the Ring Road to drop off relief items that they collected for the people of Dominica. The staff decided after seeing television and social media pictures of the devastation, and from the appeals made to the outside world by ...

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Three persons including G. Koeiman to be extradited to the United States on drug charges

PHILIPSBURG, St. Maarten – Three persons including Gregory Rogelio Koeiman a former police officer who are wanted by the authorities in the United States for their involvement in among others, drug trafficking will now be extradited to the United States. The trio had previously appeal their extradition to the USA. However, a judge on Curacao ruled on Thursday that the ...

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