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Ronald McDonald House needs 150,000 guilders

WILLEMSTAD – The Ronald McDonald House needs another hundred and fifty thousand guilders to be able to open in the new hospital, Hospital Nobo Otrobranda (HNO). Last year in February, the signed ministerial decree allocated space in the HNO for the Ronald McDonald House, but now they still need money. Meanwhile, sixty-six thousand guilders have […]

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Sotheby’s International Realty brand expands presence in Curaçao

WILLEMSTAD –  Sotheby’s International Realty Affiliates LLC today announced its expanding presence on the island of Curaçao with the opening of Curaçao Sotheby’s International Realty. Curaçao Sotheby’s International Realty is led by Owner Raymond Seijs and will serve the luxury residential real estate markets across the island including Blue Bay Resort, Coral Estate Resort, Jan Thiel Beach, […]

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St. Maarten, St. Croix Moving Forward With Airport Reconstruction Efforts – The Voice St. Lucia (press release)


St. Maarten, St. Croix Moving Forward With Airport Reconstruction Efforts
The Voice St. Lucia (press release)
NEARLY six months after parts of the Caribbean were ravaged by Hurricanes Irma and Maria, the situation remains far from normal. Or perhaps it should simply be accepted that there is a new normal in place. And that's not a particularly good thing. St ...

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Economists to talk about poverty

WILLEMSTAD – The Dutch Caribbean economists will talk about poverty in Curaçao next Saturday. It seems to have increased, the economists say. The conference should provide more insight into the poverty issue and policy in Curaçao. And is held Saturday in the auditorium of the University.

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Prosecutor’s Office Sint Maarten on the alert for vote fraud – Curacao Chronicle


Curacao Chronicle

Prosecutor's Office Sint Maarten on the alert for vote fraud
Curacao Chronicle
om-sint-maarten PHILIPSBURG - On Monday, February 26, 2018 the citizens of St. Maarten will go to the polls to elect a new parliament. The different political parties contesting the elections will try to obtain as many votes as possible to be ...

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Prosecutor’s Office Sint Maarten on the alert for vote fraud

PHILIPSBURG – On Monday, February 26, 2018 the citizens of St. Maarten will go to the polls to elect a new parliament. The different political parties contesting the elections will try to obtain as many votes as possible to be represented in the new parliament. Participating in the elections is an important acquired right that in […]

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Prime Minister is convinced his government can turn economic challenges into a turning point

WILLEMSTAD – During his presentation at the Economic Recovery Program, the Prime Minister of Curaçao, Eugene Rhuggenaath indicated that the island is at a crossroads where it is confronted with a couple of challenges, the economic development, but also the financial situation. “But I am convinced that we can convert these challenges into a turning […]

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