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Cellpoint Mobile partners with AVA Airways to provide payment solutions

CellPoint Mobile’s Velocity payment platform will also support ticket pre-sales and hosted payment pages for the Dominican Republic-based startup airline  SANTO DOMINGO – CellPoint Mobile, a leading provider of technology solutions for the worldwide airline and passenger transportation sectors, announced today that it will provide payment processing capabilities for AVA Airways. Velocity, CellPoint Mobile’s PCI-DSS compliant payment platform, […]

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15 fines by X-Team between 18 April and 11 May

WILLEMSTAD – Between 18 April and 11 May 2018, the X-Team carried out various actions and checks in which fines were issued. The Public Prosecutor (OM) Curaçao issued a total of 15 fines during this period. The following offenses in which fines were issued for the uncovered transport of sand (3 fines), for the dumping […]

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Successful launch of The Pride Villager 2018

WILLEMSTAD – On Friday 18th May, the first copy of the sixth edition of The Pride Villager was presented to Eliènne Kirindongo, deputy of Mrs Alcalá Wallé, Minister for Education, Science, Culture and Sport. The Pride Villager is a glossy magazine that is published in the months prior to the Curaçao Pride. The magazine contains interviews […]

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Premier Aruba: The Netherlands ‘too indifferent’ about refugee flow Venezuela

THE HAGUE, ORANJESTAD – The Aruban Prime Minister Evelyn Wever-Croes calls the Dutch attitude towards the refugee flow to the ABC islands ‘too indifferent and irritating’. Wever-Croes says this in the run-up to the Venezuelan presidential elections that takes place on Sunday. Venezuela is currently suffering from a humanitarian and political crisis. Aruba, which is […]

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Blok leaves Venezuelan consul on Aruba untouched

THE HAGUE – Kingdom Minister of Foreign Affairs Stef Blok sees ‘currently’ no reason to disagree to the appointment by Venezuela of former General Carlos Mata Figueroa to return as Consul General in Aruba. The minister replies to written questions from Dutch MPs Raymond de Roon and Machiel de Graaf (both PVV). They believe that […]

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Crime showing a downward trend

WILLEMSTAD – Crime is showing a downward trend. This is evident from the latest figures presented by the Minister of Justice Quincy Girigorie. There is a good downward trend he said. The Minister explains that much has happened at the end of 2017. With regard to weapons, good steps have been taken via the task […]

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