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SMDF builds home for senior in shelter – The Daily Herald (press release)

The Daily Herald (press release)SMDF builds home for senior in shelterThe Daily Herald (press release)Cannegieter moved into the shelter at the St. Maarten Festival Village in the weeks immediately after the hurricane and later the Little League Stadiu...

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Traditional Aruba trip has some drawbacks – Simcoe.com

Simcoe.comTraditional Aruba trip has some drawbacksSimcoe.comAnyway, we are back from two great weeks in Aruba where the temperature just north of the equator was about the same as Toronto — except we had trade winds and minimal humidity. The weeks in ...

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Lecture about assistance to children 0-4 years

WILLEMSTAD – Officials of the police (KPC), Department of Education, White Yellow Cross, Ministry of Justice and the Public Prosecution (OM) Curaçao participated this week in an informative lecture about helping children aged 0-4 years (preschool). Experts from the Sentro pa Inovashon in Guia Edukashonal (SIGE), White Yellow Cross i Departamentu di Salu Hubenil (COSH) […]

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Lecture about assistance to children 0-4 years

WILLEMSTAD – Officials of the police (KPC), Department of Education, White Yellow Cross, Ministry of Justice and the Public Prosecution (OM) Curaçao participated this week in an informative lecture about helping children aged 0-4 years (preschool). Experts from the Sentro pa Inovashon in Guia Edukashonal (SIGE), White Yellow Cross i Departamentu di Salu Hubenil (COSH) […]

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State-owned oil refinery in Trinidad to close

PORT OF SPAIN – As Trinidad and Tobago is about to celebrate its 56th anniversary of political independence, its state owned oil refinery company Petrotrin, which has employed thousands of permanent and contract workers over the last decades will now be shutting down in the near future, according to Petrotrin officials and government ministers. Petrotrin […]

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State-owned oil refinery in Trinidad to close

PORT OF SPAIN – As Trinidad and Tobago is about to celebrate its 56th anniversary of political independence, its state owned oil refinery company Petrotrin, which has employed thousands of permanent and contract workers over the last decades will now be shutting down in the near future, according to Petrotrin officials and government ministers. Petrotrin […]

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CHTA engages on recovery plans at Clinton Global Initiative

MIAMI – The Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association (CHTA) was out in full force recently for the second formal meeting of the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) Action Network on Post-Disaster Recovery. As this year’s hurricane season approached its peak months, a number of the Association’s senior officials were among more than 350 leaders from government, […]

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CHTA engages on recovery plans at Clinton Global Initiative

MIAMI – The Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association (CHTA) was out in full force recently for the second formal meeting of the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) Action Network on Post-Disaster Recovery. As this year’s hurricane season approached its peak months, a number of the Association’s senior officials were among more than 350 leaders from government, […]

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First Cohort of Students Graduate from UVI at University of St. Maarten – St. John Source (press release)

St. John Source (press release)First Cohort of Students Graduate from UVI at University of St. MaartenSt. John Source (press release)Thirty-three students graduated from the University of the Virgin Islands (UVI) at the University of St. Martin (USM) o...

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