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Prepare your Disaster Supply Kit for the hurricane season

It only takes one storm to change your life and community.  We don’t really live in the hurricane belt, but you need to be prepared.  The 2018 Atlantic hurricane season starts officially on Friday, June 1, but we have already seen the formation of the first storm of the season, Sub-Tropical Storm Alberto that made […]

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Curaçao Animal Rights Foundation (CARF) exists 10 years

WILLEMSTAD – Curaçao Animal Rights Foundation (CARF) this month celebrates its tenth anniversary. CARF was founded on May 29, 2008 by local animal lovers who were already busy with catching stray animals for several years. During the past ten years, the foundation has grown into a professionally operating organization. CARF is also the oldest rescue […]

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Sunday free tickets 1st day CNSJ

WILLEMSTAD – On Sunday you can pick up a free ticket at Sambil for the Thursday concert of the Curaçao North Sea Jazz Festival. This year, Silvestre Dangond and Farruko will join the WTC on August 30. Coming Sunday you can go to the Cas Abou entrance starting at 10.00 am. For each ticket, the […]

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New plane SLM festively dedicated at Zanderij

PARAMARIBO – Last weekend the Suriname Airline Company (SLM) officially inaugurated its new plane. The Boeing 737-700 has been given the name ‘District of Saramacca’ and will be used regionally on the routes to Miami, Curaçao and Trinidad and Tobago. The SLM has been in bad weather for a long time and has to turn […]

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Sitek only wants actions at Feffik next year

WILLEMSTAD – Education union Sitek wants to meet with the government, the business community and employees of Feffik to come to a solution in the new school year. That is what the trade union chairman Darius Lio Plantijn indicated in a recent interview. According to Plantijn, this position was made clear to the government yesterday, […]

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‘Asylum for Venezuelans must be Kingdom affairs’

THE HAGUE – The care of Venezuelans in Curaçao must become a Kingdom affair. That is the conclusion drawn during the tripartite meeting between the parliaments of Curaçao, Aruba and Sint Maarten. According to Giselle Mc William MP, the various government representatives will address this during the Interparliamentary Kingdom Consultation, the IPKO. Mc William does […]

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Planet Hollywood resort to be built in St. Maarten – Travel Weekly


TravelPulse

Planet Hollywood resort to be built in St. Maarten
Travel Weekly
Sunwing Travel Group, which purchased the Sonesta Great Bay Beach Resort in St. Maarten last September, will reopen the property as a Planet Hollywood in the second quarter of 2019, said Cornelius de Weever, St. Maarten's acting minister of tourism.
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