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Aruba gets two years for balanced budget – The Daily Herald (press release)

The Daily Herald (press release)Aruba gets two years for balanced budgetThe Daily Herald (press release)Aruba Prime Minister Evelyn Wever-Croes announced the news after a meeting of the Kingdom Council of Ministers which she attended on Friday. She sai...

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St. Maarten midday weather forcast – The Daily Herald (press release)

The Daily Herald (press release)St. Maarten midday weather forcastThe Daily Herald (press release)This afternoon through Monday midday: Southeasterly with a gentle to moderate breeze of 09 to 16 miles per hour. SYNOPSIS: The dominant Atlantic high pres...

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UPDATE: Canada issues ‘high degree of caution’ travel advisory – The Daily Herald (press release)


The Daily Herald (press release)

UPDATE: Canada issues 'high degree of caution' travel advisory
The Daily Herald (press release)
CANADA--The government of Canada has issued a travel advisory for its citizens travelling to St. Maarten/St. Martin. The advisory calls on Canadian travellers to “exercise a high degree of caution” when on either side of the island. The country has not ...

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Well-attended meet & greet with Curaçao Members of Parliament

THE HAGUE – ‘Team Curaçao’, as Minister Plenipotentiary Anthony Begina introduced the Curacao Members of Parliament that participated this week in the Interparliamentary Kingdom Council (IpKo) and tonight, traditionally for a (well-attended) meet & greet was received at the Curaçao House. Giselle McWilliam, Ana-Maria Pauletta and William Millerson said they had a ‘very busy week’. […]

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Uncertainty prevails at Veneto Casino

WILLEMSTAD – Uncertainty predominates over the survival of Veneto Casino. The staff have now received their salary – two weeks later than normal – and the light was still on last night. The Beach Resort has a debt at Aqualectra of over 2 million guilders and is in talks to make a payment arrangement.

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‘People are chasing flamingos with drones’

WILLEMSTAD – Unique Curacao advocates for signs or a ban on drones in the vicinity of flamingos. That was confirmed by director Theo Van der Giessen. The request comes after an employee found a dead flamingo in the area of Jan Kok. It cannot be said with certainty that a drone was responsible for this, […]

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