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.
Lawyer Cor Merx and his assistant (left) with Mark Mingo (center) on Friday, after the announcement of the multi-million dollar claim for damages in the Emerald case
PHILIPSBURG—Seven prosecutors in the Emerald investigation into fraud in Port St. Maarten have crossed the line at the expense of former Port CEO Mark Mingo. This is alleged by the Cor Merx legal team. On Friday, Merx announced that his firm is preparing a multi-million-dollar lawsuit on behalf of Mingo.
State Secretary Alexandra van Huffelen places the Commander of the Order of Orange-Nassau medal around the neck of Governor Eugene B. Holiday as his wife Marie-Louise looks on. (Suzanne Koelega photo)
THE HAGUE--St. Maarten Governor Eugene B. Holiday was appointed Commander in the Order of Orange-Nassau during a reception hosted by State Secretary of Kingdom Relations and Digitization Alexandra van Huffelen in The Hague on Friday.
Assisting with the ribbon-cutting for the newly re-branded Flamingo Beach as a Hilton Vacation Club were (from left) Minister Omar Ottley, Flamingo Area Manager Mervin Leblanc, Minister Ardwell Irion and Deputy Prime Minister Egbert Doran. Looking on at the rear were (from left) HGV Area VP Tim Loughman, Senior VP Neil Hutchinson (partly hidden), Minister Anna Richardson, Senior VP Sales and Marketing Lisa Dusart and Senior VP Architectural Design Michael Hilton. (Robert Luckock photo)