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St. Maarten is eating our lunch; our ways to compete are clear, but will we do what we need to do? – Virgin Islands Daily News


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St. Maarten is eating our lunch; our ways to compete are clear, but will we do what we need to do?
Virgin Islands Daily News
In my previous op-ed (“V.I. is killing the golden goose,” The Daily News, March 21, 2017), I made the case that St. Maarten — because it expanded its mega-class berthing capacity — has surpassed the USVI as the premiere cruise destination in the ...
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Comm Solutions Recognized as East Partner of the Year at 2017 Aruba Americas Partner Summit – PR Web (press release)


Comm Solutions Recognized as East Partner of the Year at 2017 Aruba Americas Partner Summit
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Comm Solutions today announced that it has been honored as Aruba's East Partner of the Year at the 2017 Aruba Americas Partner Summit, held in Nashville, Tennessee, February 27-March 1, 2017. The annual Top Channel Partner awards recognize the ...

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Wanted by the FBI: Missing Woman Amy Lynn Bradley – Federal Bureau of Investigation (press release) (blog)

Wanted by the FBI: Missing Woman Amy Lynn BradleyFederal Bureau of Investigation (press release) (blog)Special Agent Erin Sheridan says the ship was traveling toward Curacao, Netherlands Antilles on the night of March 23, 1998. Erin Sheridan: That even...

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Aruba Aloe’s Flag & Anthem Day Celebration a Huge Success – Aruba


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Aruba Aloe's Flag & Anthem Day Celebration a Huge Success
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The celebration took place at Aruba Aloe's Factory, Museum, and Store in Hato, with free guided tours of the factory and museum, traditional steel pan music as well as entertainment by DJ Chris & Sodo y Cuero, face-painting, pony rides in the Aloe ...

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Harlem Gospel Choir live in St. Maarten – The Daily Herald (press release)

The Daily Herald (press release)Harlem Gospel Choir live in St. MaartenThe Daily Herald (press release)One of the most prominent gospel choirs in the United States, Harlem Gospel Choir will be on island on Sunday, March 26, and will hold an exceptional...

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Ukraine bans Russia’s Eurovision entrant over Crimea tour

Ukraine, host nation for the 2017 Eurovision song contest, has banned the Russian entrant from entering the country, citing an unauthorised visit to Crimea. The country’s SBU security service said on Wednesday it had banned Yulia Samoilova from Ukraine for three years for her violations of Ukrainian legislation. The singer took part in a 2015 concert in Crimea to promote ...

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Ukraine bans Russia’s Eurovision entrant over Crimea tour

Ukraine, host nation for the 2017 Eurovision song contest, has banned the Russian entrant from entering the country, citing an unauthorised visit to Crimea. The country’s SBU security service said on Wednesday it had banned Yulia Samoilova from Ukraine for three years for her violations of Ukrainian legislation. The singer took part in a 2015 concert in Crimea to promote ...

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Arctic ice falls to record winter low after polar ‘heatwaves’

The extent of Arctic ice has fallen to a new wintertime low, as climate change drives freakishly high temperatures in the polar regions. The ice cap grows during the winter months and usually reaches its maximum in early March. But the 2017 maximum was 14.4m sq km, lower than any year in the 38-year satellite record, according to researchers at ...

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