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New docks on the way

WILLEMSTAD – They have to arrive at the end of April and they are ready for use in August. That is according to the planning of Damen Shipyards for the activities of what used to be called the Curacao Dokmaatschappij. Two docks from Damen Shipyards sail under the Juliana Bridge at the end of this […]

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CHATA elects new board of directors

WILLEMSTAD – On April 9th, Curaçao Hospitality and Tourism Association (CHATA) held its Annual General Member Meeting (AGM) at Avila Beach Hotel, where it elected its new board of directors.  A total of 10 candidates were vying for the 7 vacant positions on the board.  In addition to this CHATA also invited the Minister of […]

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Carnival adds 20 cruises to Cuba

FLORIDA – Carnival Cruise Line has added another 20 voyages to Cuba aboard Carnival Paradise from Tampa, Florida, next year, complementing the 11 cruises to the island taking place aboard the vessel through next year. The new voyages aboard Carnival Paradise are in addition to the 17 recently announced Cuba cruises aboard Carnival Sensation departing from Miami in 2019, indicating that more and more travelers view cruising as a […]

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Coast Guard did not find gold or other minerals

WILLEMSTAD – The Coast Guard did not find any gold, diamonds or minerals during inspections on boats between Venezuela and the ABC islands. This is the response from Minister of Defense Ank Bijleveld to the Lower Chamber of the Dutch Parliament. There is, however, an increase in smuggling of people, fuel, drugs and weapons from […]

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Commission on Caribbean Communications Resilience meets with FCC on regional network resilience

PORT OF SPAIN-Members of the Commission on Caribbean Communications Resilience (CCCR) met with United States Federal Communications Commission (FCC) representatives on April 5 to discuss new ways to increase the resilience of regional communications infrastructure to extreme natural events. The CCCR was formed after the devastation of the 2017 Atlantic hurricane season in the Caribbean, […]

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First official flight Aruba Airlines after reopening border

VALENCIA – In the presence of the Venezuelan Minister of Transport Carlos Osorio and the Governor of the State of Carabobo Rafael Lacava, Aruba Airlines officially inaugurated its first flight from Venezuela to Aruba. This event took place at the Arturo Michelena International Airport in Venezuela. According to the Minister, this is an important event […]

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Statia projects take off soon

THE HAGUE – Preparations are in full swing for several larger infrastructural projects in St. Eustatius, State Secretary of Home Affairs and Kingdom Relations Raymond Knops informed the Second Chamber of the Dutch Parliament on Thursday. The State Secretary didn’t mention specific projects during a debate on Thursday with the Second Chamber’s Permanent Committee for […]

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Large turnout for UNICEF Children’s Rights Festival – The Daily Herald (press release)


The Daily Herald (press release)

Large turnout for UNICEF Children's Rights Festival
The Daily Herald (press release)
PHILIPSBURG--St. Maarten's premiere of the United Nations Children's Fund UNICEF Children's Rights Film Festival was a success, stated the group in a press release on Sunday. Close to 250 persons, including parliamentarians, Government officials ...

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Millennium Resort Mussanah deploys Aruba Wi-Fi – ITP.net – ITP.net


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Millennium Resort Mussanah deploys Aruba Wi-Fi - ITP.net
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Oman's Millennium Resort Mussanah has deployed new 802.11ac Wi-Fi technology from Aruba, to provide high speed Wi-Fi to guests and staff. The Aruba solutions provide gigabit Wi-Fi coverage across the 300 hectare resort. The resort said that it has ...
Millennium Resort Mussanah Relies on Aruba's Wireless ...Al-Bawaba

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