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PUBLIC WEATHER FORECAST FOR ST. MAARTEN – The Daily Herald (press release)

The Daily Herald (press release)PUBLIC WEATHER FORECAST FOR ST. MAARTENThe Daily Herald (press release)At 5:00 am, the center of Tropical Storm Florence was located near latitude 16.5 north, longitude 31.4 west or about 2084 miles east of St. Maarten. ...

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Inaugural Flight to Curaçao by Laser Airlines

WILLEMSTAD – Laser Airlines’ inaugural flight from Venezuela to Curaçao was celebrated at the Hato International Airport with an event that included speeches by the Minister of Economic Development Dr. Steven Martina, Director Marketing Air Service & Tourism of the Curaçao Airport Partners (CAP), Ms. Peggy Croes and the General Operations Director Captain Ángel Machado from […]

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Klein Curaçao suffers from ‘pirates’

WILLEMSTAD – Minister of Spatial Planning Zita Jesus Leito is going to make a fact sheet of Klein Curaçao to answer all questions from the Members of Parliament. Klein Curaçao is a small uninhabited island east of Curaçao. The MPs think that the small uninhabited island is taken by pirates. Companies and persons who annex […]

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Coming month will be very hot

WILLEMSTAD – The Meteorological Department warns of warmer weather than normal in the coming months. September and October are traditionally already hot months, but the expectation is that there will almost no wind. The Ministry of Health advises people to drink at least two liters of water a day. De Meteo promises to keep the […]

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CHATA gives a presentation to Dutch Caribbean Economists

WILLEMSTAD – CHATA recently gave a presentation at the Dutch Caribbean Economists Think and Drink event hosted by CHATA Member Licores Maduro. CHATA President & CEO, Miles Mercera, gave a presentation on the importance of tourism and why a Ministry of Tourism could benefit the hospitality & tourism industry. For the full presentation, please click here.

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IDB study says Artificial Intelligence can boost Caribbean economies

A study by the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) says artificial intelligence can facilitate trade negotiations and add one additional percentage point of growth to Latin American and the Caribbean economies. The study – put together by the IDB’s Institute for the Integration of Latin America and the Caribbean (INTAL) – predicts artificial intelligence could boost […]

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The number of HIV patients on Curaçao is rising

WILLEMSTAD – The number of HIV patients in Curaçao continues to increase. Patients are also increasingly younger. That’s what Cura + said in several interviews with the media. According to the care providers, the care is well organized, but there is no prevention. At the start of this year, Curaçao had 2022 registered HIV patients, […]

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Drones forbidden at CNSJ

WILLEMSTAD – Drones are banned during the Curaçao North Sea Jazz Festival. The Curaçao Civil Aviation Authority has established a no fly zone above the buildings of World Trade Center and Clarion Hotel, at Parasasa. The measure has been taken to guarantee the safety of visitors and artists.

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