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Million-dollar damage for Coast Guard St. Maarten – The Daily Herald (press release)


The Daily Herald (press release)

Million-dollar damage for Coast Guard St. Maarten
The Daily Herald (press release)
THE HAGUE--Hurricane Irma caused just under one million dollars in damage to the Coast Guard in St. Maarten, Minister of Defence Ank Bijleveld said this Wednesday during a consultation with the Committee for Defence of the Dutch Parliament's Second ...

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CBCS requested emergency measure for ENNIA

WILLEMSTAD, PHILIPSBURG – After having identified that Ennia Caribe Leven NV, Ennia Caribe Schade NV and Ennia Caribe Zorg NV, (Ennia), has been non-compliant with applicable laws and regulations the Centrale Bank van Curacao en Sint Maarten (CBCS), in accordance with the applicable legislation, has instructed Ennia to take measures to rectify the situation within Ennia. […]

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GZE is gone, questions linger

Debt-ridden Guangdong Zhenrong Energy (GZE) faces the possibility of completely disappearing from the map or getting absorbed by another Chinese state-owned enterprise (SOE). This, as a result of a thorough overhaul of many SOEs by the powerful Chinese State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission (SASAC) which embarked on a revamp of its SOEs in 2015 […]

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GZE is gone, questions linger

Debt-ridden Guangdong Zhenrong Energy (GZE) faces the possibility of completely disappearing from the map or getting absorbed by another Chinese state-owned enterprise (SOE). This, as a result of a thorough overhaul of many SOEs by the powerful Chinese State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission (SASAC) which embarked on a revamp of its SOEs in 2015 […]

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Law Enforcement Council criticizes 911 control room

WILLEMSTAD – ‘Although the Curaçao Police Corps (KPC), according to the development plan, has a joint control room for the police, the fire brigade and the ambulance service, this was not yet the case at the time of the investigation.’ The Law Enforcement Council reports this in an investigation into the performance of tasks of […]

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US official: Trump pressed aides about Venezuela invasion

BOGOTA – Last August during a meeting in the Oval Office, President Donald Trump pressed aides on the possibility of invading Venezuela. The suggestion stunned those present at the meeting, including U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and national security adviser General H.R. McMaster, who have since left the administration. This account of the previously […]

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Sunrise Airways takes Miss Curaçao to Haiti for Beauty Pageant

WILLEMSTAD, PORT AU PRINCE – As part of the efforts of the aviation company Sunrise Airways to promote cooperation between Curaçao and Haiti, the airline invited Miss Curaçao Chanelle de Lau to be part of the Haiti Beauty Pageant. Chanelle has a full program while in Haiti. She will visit different schools, various tourist attractions […]

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Werner Wiels on appeal against Refineria di Korsou

WILLEMSTAD – Werner Wiels, the former chairman of the Multi-Disciplinary Project Team (MDPT), appealed in his case against Refeneria di Korsou, the public company Curaçao Refinery which owns the refinery installations. The judge ruled that Wiels had to transfer all digital information within four weeks, but given the quantity, it is not feasible within this […]

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