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Michelle Payne: ‘Serious but stable’ after fall

AUSTRALIA   –  Jockey Michelle Payne was set to make her debut at Royal Ascot next month, but the first female winner of the Melbourne Cup is in a “serious but stable condition” after suffering abdomen injuries in a fall. The Australian is expected to remain in hospital for “at least a week” after falling from her mount Dutch Courage ...

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Dog’s mystery illness solved by extern

USA   –  Man’s best friend gets a second chance at life; thanks to an extern.  Ollie, a 10-year-old Sheltie from Portland, Oregon, was moments from being euthanized when a veterinary extern spotted the problem that left the dog fighting for his life. The dog’s owners had a tough decision to make when his health started to rapidly deteriorate. Ollie ...

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Dog’s mystery illness solved by extern

USA   –  Man’s best friend gets a second chance at life; thanks to an extern.  Ollie, a 10-year-old Sheltie from Portland, Oregon, was moments from being euthanized when a veterinary extern spotted the problem that left the dog fighting for his life. The dog’s owners had a tough decision to make when his health started to rapidly deteriorate. Ollie ...

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Delegation leaves for Tripartite and Interparliamentary Kingdom Consultations (IPKO) in the Netherlands

WILLEMSTAD – From May 31-June 3, 2016 delegations from the Parliaments of the Netherlands, Curaçao, Aruba and Sint Maarten will be meeting in The Hague, Netherlands for the Interparliamentary Kingdom Consultations (IPKO). The four parliamentary delegations will be discussing a number of issues that include education especially where DUO is concerned and repayment by former students, innovative […]

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Delegation leaves for Tripartite and Interparliamentary Kingdom Consultations (IPKO) in the Netherlands

WILLEMSTAD – From May 31-June 3, 2016 delegations from the Parliaments of the Netherlands, Curaçao, Aruba and Sint Maarten will be meeting in The Hague, Netherlands for the Interparliamentary Kingdom Consultations (IPKO). The four parliamentary delegations will be discussing a number of issues that include education especially where DUO is concerned and repayment by former students, innovative […]

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Delegation leaves for Tripartite and Interparliamentary Kingdom Consultations (IPKO) in the Netherlands

WILLEMSTAD – From May 31-June 3, 2016 delegations from the Parliaments of the Netherlands, Curaçao, Aruba and Sint Maarten will be meeting in The Hague, Netherlands for the Interparliamentary Kingdom Consultations (IPKO). The four parliamentary delegations will be discussing a number of issues that include education especially where DUO is concerned and repayment by former students, innovative […]

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Harrows Market Consumption, Products and Countries Analysis and Forecasts to 2023 – NewsMaker (press release)

Harrows Market Consumption, Products and Countries Analysis and Forecasts to 2023NewsMaker (press release)... Lebanon, Lesotho, Liberia, Libya, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Madagascar, Malawi, Malaysia, Malta, Martinique, Mexico, Moldova, Monteneg...

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Cultivators Market BY Light and Heavy Duty, Inter-Row, Rigid Tine, Rotary and Spring Tine Products Analysis to 2028 – NewsMaker (press release)

Cultivators Market BY Light and Heavy Duty, Inter-Row, Rigid Tine, Rotary and Spring Tine Products Analysis to 2028NewsMaker (press release)... Lebanon, Lesotho, Liberia, Libya, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Madagascar, Malawi, Malaysia, Malta, Mar...

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Lenny Priest secures construction jobs for six high school graduates – The Daily Herald (press release)


The Daily Herald (press release)

Lenny Priest secures construction jobs for six high school graduates
The Daily Herald (press release)
OSPP had submitted a law that was passed in 1989 in the Parliament of the former Netherlands Antilles commonly referred to as the “Lei di Bion,” by all the Members of Parliament (MPs) of St. Maarten and the Council of Ministers. Both the MPs and the ...

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