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Public schools end year on a high note – The Daily Herald

Public schools end year on a high note  The Daily HeraldPHILIPSBURG--The talented pupils of public schools serenaded all public schools and some of the businesses in Philipsburg from Monday, December 3, ...

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Knops calls Audit Chamber recovery report incomplete – The Daily Herald

Knops calls Audit Chamber recovery report incomplete  The Daily HeraldTHE HAGUE--The report of the General Audit Chamber about the Dutch aid for St. Maarten's recovery after Hurricane Irma is not complete and the conclusion ...

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Spice, saints and science, a nutful of secrets – The Daily Herald

Spice, saints and science, a nutful of secrets  The Daily HeraldDr. Colin Michie has worked as a paediatrician in the United Kingdom, Africa, the Caribbean and the Middle East. He is specialised in nutrition, haematology ...

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Global Wi-Fi Market Insights 2018 : Cisco, Aruba Networks, Ruckus Wireless, Juniper Networks, Ericsson, Panasonic, Huawei – The Excellent Analyst

Global Wi-Fi Market Insights 2018 : Cisco, Aruba Networks, Ruckus Wireless, Juniper Networks, Ericsson, Panasonic, Huawei  The Excellent AnalystThe “Wi-Fi Market” report includes an in-depth analysis of the global Wi-Fi market for the present...

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Rhuggenaath wants emergency law to circumvent bureaucracy

WILLEMSTAD – The government of Eugene Rhuggenaath wants a special mandate from the Parliament of Curaçao to boost the economy. The bureaucracy must be circumvented through ministerial regulations. The Emergency Law, which must regulate all this, is currently at the Advisory Council. Then it goes to Parliament for voting. This Emergency Law is valid for […]

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Rhuggenaath wants emergency law to circumvent bureaucracy

WILLEMSTAD – The government of Eugene Rhuggenaath wants a special mandate from the Parliament of Curaçao to boost the economy. The bureaucracy must be circumvented through ministerial regulations. The Emergency Law, which must regulate all this, is currently at the Advisory Council. Then it goes to Parliament for voting. This Emergency Law is valid for […]

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Rhuggenaath wants emergency law to circumvent bureaucracy

WILLEMSTAD – The government of Eugene Rhuggenaath wants a special mandate from the Parliament of Curaçao to boost the economy. The bureaucracy must be circumvented through ministerial regulations. The Emergency Law, which must regulate all this, is currently at the Advisory Council. Then it goes to Parliament for voting. This Emergency Law is valid for […]

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Rhuggenaath wants emergency law to circumvent bureaucracy

WILLEMSTAD – The government of Eugene Rhuggenaath wants a special mandate from the Parliament of Curaçao to boost the economy. The bureaucracy must be circumvented through ministerial regulations. The Emergency Law, which must regulate all this, is currently at the Advisory Council. Then it goes to Parliament for voting. This Emergency Law is valid for […]

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