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‘InselAir bankrupt without One Laser Group’

WILLEMSTAD – The next three or four months will be extremely important for InselAir’s continued existence. This was declared by Etienne Ys, chairman of the committee that is negotiating with Laser Cargo. The One Laser Group wants to invest in the airline. InselAir has a postponement of payment until the end of August of this […]

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‘InselAir bankrupt without One Laser Group’

WILLEMSTAD – The next three or four months will be extremely important for InselAir’s continued existence. This was declared by Etienne Ys, chairman of the committee that is negotiating with Laser Cargo. The One Laser Group wants to invest in the airline. InselAir has a postponement of payment until the end of August of this […]

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Amsterdam welcomes Caribbean students

AMSTERDAM – For the ninth time in a row, the city of Amsterdam is organizing a special reception for students from Aruba, Curaçao, Bonaire, Sint Maarten, Saba and Sint Eustatius. Dozens of students will be welcomed in the city hall on Thursday 23 August by the deputy mayor. At the same time, the Dutch government […]

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Amsterdam welcomes Caribbean students

AMSTERDAM – For the ninth time in a row, the city of Amsterdam is organizing a special reception for students from Aruba, Curaçao, Bonaire, Sint Maarten, Saba and Sint Eustatius. Dozens of students will be welcomed in the city hall on Thursday 23 August by the deputy mayor. At the same time, the Dutch government […]

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Amsterdam welcomes Caribbean students

AMSTERDAM – For the ninth time in a row, the city of Amsterdam is organizing a special reception for students from Aruba, Curaçao, Bonaire, Sint Maarten, Saba and Sint Eustatius. Dozens of students will be welcomed in the city hall on Thursday 23 August by the deputy mayor. At the same time, the Dutch government […]

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Lawyers continue strike as negotiations break down

PHILIPSBURG – The pro-bono lawyers who have been on strike since May 18 due to non-payment of fees due to them will continue their strike, as talks between the Ministry of Justice and St. Maarten Bar Association Criminal Lawyers Section Chairman Cor Merx broke down last Friday. The lawyers’ action is moving into its third […]

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Lawyers continue strike as negotiations break down

PHILIPSBURG – The pro-bono lawyers who have been on strike since May 18 due to non-payment of fees due to them will continue their strike, as talks between the Ministry of Justice and St. Maarten Bar Association Criminal Lawyers Section Chairman Cor Merx broke down last Friday. The lawyers’ action is moving into its third […]

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