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Prosecutor wants full investigation into management of Port St. Maarten – The Daily Herald (press release)


The Daily Herald (press release)

Prosecutor wants full investigation into management of Port St. Maarten
The Daily Herald (press release)
PHILIPSBURG--The Court of First Instance will examine a request submitted by the Attorney General to initiate a civil investigation into possible mismanagement at Port of St. Maarten on Thursday, May 24. The Prosecutor's Office had formerly requested ...

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CMU Mobile Health Event 26-05-2018

WILLEMSTAD – This coming Saturday May 26th, 2018 the students of Caribbean Medical University (CMU) will be organizing the next CMU Mobile Health Event. This time we will be at the Sentro di Bario Sùr Lumena in Montaña where the Stakamahachi Health Center is celebrating its 10th anniversary with a Health Congress. The time will […]

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Fuel delivery resumes

WILLEMSTAD – The oil refinery Isla has resumed the fuel supply to Curoil. In a press release, the refinery stated that they want to take responsibility. A lawsuit against Curoil against Isla to enforce delivery is therefore not necessary anymore. Also, the emergency plan of Curoil to get fuel elsewhere is put on hold. Isla […]

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American Airlines goes cashless at Curaçao International Airport

WILLEMSTAD – American today announced that effective June 1, 2018 the airline will be going cashless at Curaçao International Airport (CUR). Passengers will be required to use a credit or debit card to make any transactions at the airport, including purchasing tickets and paying for checked baggage. “American has transitioned to a cashless airport environment […]

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Court of Chancery Defends Aruba Networks Appraisal Decision – JD Supra (press release)


JD Supra (press release)

Court of Chancery Defends Aruba Networks Appraisal Decision
JD Supra (press release)
This opinion arises out of the appraisal proceeding relating to Hewlett-Packard's purchase of Aruba Networks. The case led to two notable opinions, so far. The first notable opinion was the Court's original post-trial decision released in February 2018.

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CN-Express last flight set for on June 29

ST. EUSTATIUS, SABA – Airline Caribbean Netherlands (CN) Express will take off on its final flight connecting Bonaire with St. Eustatius and Saba on Friday, June 29. The air connection void will be filled by Windward Islands Airways International Winair as of July 1. As of July 1, Winair will operate flights between Curaçao and […]

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Crypto-installation seized

WILLEMSTAD – On May 22, 2018, under the direction of a Public Prosecutor (Public Prosecutor’s Office) of the Public Prosecutor’s Office (OM) Curaçao, a house search took place in a home in the Kaya Picaron in the Katoentuin district. Various goods were seized at the address, which is important for an investigation that is ongoing. […]

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First Plastic Attack success

WILLEMSTAD – The first Plastic Attack organized by Clean Caribbean Coalition, GMN, Supermarket Center Piscadera and Greenforce was a success. This is according to Caroline Castendijk who is closely involved in the plastic collection campaign at Piscadera Center. The idea was that customers of the chain store bought goods and stripped them of the plastic […]

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Barbados Prime Minister wants out of CCJ

BRIDGETOWN – Prime Minister Freundel Stuart has served notice that if his Democratic Labour Party (DLP) wins a third term in office in general elections later this week, the government will be saying goodbye to the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) in its appellate jurisdiction. But he is denying that he has taken that position […]

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