St. Maarten MPs Melissa Gumbs (left) and Sarah Wescot-Williams during Wednesday’s IPKO meeting. (Otti Thomas photo)
THE HAGUE--There will always be tensions within the Kingdom; it became clear during the meeting of the Inter-Parliamentary Consultation of the Kingdom IPKO in The Hague on Wednesday morning.
Posing next to the Arajet Boeing 737 Max-8 on its arrival Tuesday were (from left) Halley Aviation Supervisor Johanna de Windt, PJIA CFO Ben van der Klift, Arajet CFO Mark Breen, Arajet spokesperson Nacin Yala, Acting TEATT Minister Omar Ottley, Arajet Lead Agent Jasper Dore and Priscilla Halley, also of Halley Aviation. (Robert Luckock photo).
AIRPORT--Princess Juliana International Airport (PJIA) officially welcomed Arajet Airlines from the Dominican Republic with a symbolic inaugural ceremony on Tuesday. The ceremony had been postponed due to the passing of Tropical Storm Fiona.
Part of the St. Maarten delegation at Monday’s tripartite meeting in The Hague with the parliaments of Aruba and Curaçao. (Suzanne Koelega photo)
THE HAGUE--The parliaments of Aruba, Curaçao and St. Maarten met in The Hague on Monday in preparation for the Inter-Parliamentary Consultation of the Kingdom IPKO which starts today, Tuesday.
PHILIPSBURG--Governor of St. Maarten, Eugene B. Holiday was involved in a traffic accident on Sunday evening. While leaving Guana Bay around 6:00pm, the governor’s car collided with a car that was driving up hill.
ANGUILLA--The Royal Anguilla Police Force (RAPF) has reported an accident involving three motor vehicles that occurred in the vicinity of the National Commercial Bank on the West End Road, on Saturday, September 24, at about 7:00pm.