WILLEMSTAD – The Rescue and Coordination Center of the Caribbean Coast Guard received a report yesterday that a tourist who had been walking on the Seru Grasia had suffered a fall in the Christoffel Park and was no longer able to walk on. Because the terrain is difficult to access with a vehicle, the coast […]Read More »
WILLEMSTAD – Blue Bank International, established on Curaçao, denies being involved in the bribery scandal involving the Venezuelan State Oil Company PdVSA or a related Trust. The bank is being accused of buying confidential information about future oil deals from the Venezuelans. “Not true,” says the bank in a motivated response and demands a rectification.Read More »
Simpson Bay hotels on St. Maarten: What's open?
The Dutch side of St. Maarten was hard-hit by Hurricane Irma, a devastating Category 5+ storm, back on September 6 of last year, like most of its Caribbean neighbors. And like them, most regions were so severely impacted, many businesses had to suspend ...
PORT OF SPAIN – Paula-Mae Weekes was yesterday sworn in as the first female President and sixth overall Head of State of Trinidad and Tobago. A large crowd, including Government Ministers, Members of Parliament, senior members of the judiciary gathered at the Queen’s Park Oval for the inauguration ceremony where President Weekes appealed to citizens […]Read More »
WILLEMSTAD – The Curaçao Civil Aviation Authority (CCAA) gave green light to the local aviation company to continue operating its two Fokker 50 aircraft. This is according to the Minister of Economic Development Steven Martina. According to the Minister this, of course, is considered a good news for the company which has been confronting serious […]Read More »
THE HAGUE – The Dutch Parliamentary Committee for Kingdom Relations will receive information from the Financial Supervision Council (Cft) next week. This happens annually, but given the current situation this time there will not be a routine discussion. More than seven years after 10-10-10, the financial situation of 4 of the 6 islands has deteriorated […]Read More »
5th Annual Underwater Easter Egg Hunt Supporting the Nature Foundation, St. Maarten – The Daily Herald (press release)
The Daily Herald (press release)
5th Annual Underwater Easter Egg Hunt Supporting the Nature Foundation, St. Maarten
The Daily Herald (press release)
This Easter Monday do something different, challenging and fun – on Easter Monday April 2 2018 take part in The Scuba Shop's 5th Annual Underwater Easter Egg Hunt held this year at Kokomo, Indigo Bay at 9am. Beach BBQ, beach chairs, fun and games all ...
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Three Aruba Ministers in The Hague this week The Daily Herald (press release) Full coverageRead More »
The Daily Herald (press release)Three Aruba Ministers in The Hague this weekThe Daily Herald (press release)Aruba Minister Plenipotentiary Guillfred Besaril (left) was at hand to welcome Ministers Xiomara Ruiz-Maduro of Finance and Andin Bikker of Just...Read More »
The Daily Herald (press release)St. Maarten inmates make kites for Curacao childrenThe Daily Herald (press release)The St. Maarten kites were sufficient to present to each child enrolled at Dr. Nelly Winkel School which caters to children with special ...Read More »