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MOTHERS DAY LUNCHEON – Netherlands Antilles Daily Herald

MOTHERS DAY LUNCHEONNetherlands Antilles Daily HeraldYou need JavaScript enabled to view it Red Cross St. Maarten is organizing a Sunset Fundraising Party in cooperation with Privé Hookah and Sky Lounge and Caribbean Liquors and Tobacco on May 13 from...

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Curacao PM suspends island’s secret service agency – Boston.com

Curacao PM suspends island's secret service agencyBoston.comHe and the secret service agency have had several run-ins since the Dutch Caribbean island obtained greater autonomy in 2010 following the breakup of the Netherlands Antilles. Curacao rema...

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WestJet launches new non-stop service to Aruba – Sacramento Bee

WestJet launches new non-stop service to ArubaSacramento BeeBy WestJet CALGARY, May 6, 2012 /CNW/ - estJet today announced the launch of new, non-stop seasonal service between Toronto and Aruba, Netherlands Antilles. The inaugural flight departs Toront...

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WestJet launches new non-stop service to Aruba – PR Newswire (press release)

WestJet launches new non-stop service to ArubaPR Newswire (press release)CALGARY, May 6, 2012 /CNW/ - estJet today announced the launch of new, non-stop seasonal service between Toronto and Aruba, Netherlands Antilles. The inaugural flight departs Toro...

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A star-studded lineup of commencement speakers for NJ colleges – NJ.com

NJ.comA star-studded lineup of commencement speakers for NJ collegesNJ.comBy Victoria St. Martin/The Star-Ledger Andrew Mills/The Star-LedgerNewark Mayor Cory Booker, pictured in this February file photo, will speak at Fairleigh Dickinson University&#3...

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Louisiana is 3rd in nation in private school enrollment – NOLA.com

NOLA.comLouisiana is 3rd in nation in private school enrollmentNOLA.comEven with financial assistance from St. Martin's Episcopal School, tuition for three is a struggle, and the tough economic times aren't helping, Carol Lange said. Brett Duke...

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How a Cape Verdean came to the helm in Delfshaven – Radio Netherlands

How a Cape Verdean came to the helm in DelfshavenRadio Netherlands“Some residents of Delfshaven, originally from Suriname, the Netherlands Antilles and Cape Verde, started a discussion about the Rotterdam harbour's role during the slave trade,”...

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