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Mary Louise Koulman (ne farr) – WatertownDailyTimes.com

Mary Louise Koulman (ne farr)WatertownDailyTimes.comMary Louise Koulman (ne Farr), a longtime resident of Bradenton, Florida, died on February 2, 2018 at the age of 90. Born on December 9, 1927, Mary Lou grew up and attended high school in Canastota, N...

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Air Century to launch Aruba, Curacao, St. Maarten ops – ch-aviation

Air Century to launch Aruba, Curacao, St. Maarten opsch-aviation20NOV2017. Air Century (Y2, Santo Domingo La Isabela) has taken delivery of its maiden freighter following the arrival of ATR72-202(F) HI-1000 (msn 483) in the Dominican Republic earlier t...

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Dutch Municipalities Association helps St. Maarten with disaster management – The Daily Herald (press release)

The Daily Herald (press release)Dutch Municipalities Association helps St. Maarten with disaster managementThe Daily Herald (press release)These included workshops, exchanges and internships. Since the dismantling of the Netherlands Antilles, five of t...

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Worries about outdated criminal law on islands

THE HAGUE – Members of the Second Chamber of the Dutch Parliament Chris van Dam and Joba van den Berg, both of the Christian Democratic Party CDA, find it unacceptable that an outdated criminal law can lead to acquittal of certain crimes in Bonaire, St. Eustatius and Saba. The case in question concerns a man […]

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SONA takes Ballast Nedam to court

WILLEMSTAD – The financial institution SONA filed a lawsuit against the construction company Ballast Nedam. The client, who is constructing the new hospital on behalf of the government, wants to get rid of the 31 million claim placed by Ballast Nedam for future expenses. Ballast Nedam wants to be so sure that the remaining construction […]

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107 new Dutch citizens in Curaçao

WILLEMSTAD – Curaçao has 107 new Dutch citizens. Yesterday the new citizens were at the Governor’s palace during a naturalization ceremony at Fort Amsterdam. Attention is paid to the meaning of Dutch nationality and their connection with society. The ceremony is mandatory.

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St. Maarten parliament attempts to tackle electoral reform

PHILIPSBURG – Electoral reform may not be the buzz word it was in past years, but the new Parliament has before it a proposal from Member of Parliament Sarah Wescot-Williams calling for the establishment of an ad hoc committee on electoral reform and terms of reference to outsource the exploration of the best avenues to […]

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Search for new Representative of the Netherlands

THE HAGUE, WILLEMSTAD – For a while there is no Representative of the Netherlands and now a vacancy has been posted. If previous Representatives were appointed through an internal procedure, the vacancy is now public. The Representation is a so-called outpost of the Netherlands and has offices in Aruba, Curaçao and St. Maarten. The outposts […]

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