LITTLE BAY--The country’s national symbol – the brown pelican (Pelecanus occidentalis) – is

SIMPSON BAY--The Simpson Bay causeway bridge will close to vehicular traffic today, Tuesday, from

AIRPORT--The Aviation Meetup Caribbean conference will again be held in St. Maarten June 12-14,

By Alita Singh

SAUNDERS--When Rulof Karel (63) and friend picked up tools to fix his hurricane

~ Damage estimated at 850,000 euros ~

MARIGOT---Reserve Naturelle Director Nicolas Maslach described

~ IMA calls for tax relief ~

PHILIPSBURG--Almost seventy per cent of the Indian merchants operating

PHILIPSBURG--NAGICO Insurances has more than enough reinsurance in place to cover its claims from

THE HAGUE/PARIS--French and Dutch representatives reconfirmed the urgency of working together in the

PHILIPSBURG--The Philipsburg Promotional Board (PPB) has issued a call for a green zone to be

The National Business Aviation Association Convention held last week in Las Vegas.

AIRPORT--Princess

The players responsible for Sunday’s concert at Buccaneer bar.

CAY HILL--Presidente Beer

POINTE BLANCHE--Port St. Maarten encourages the business community to attend the 24th

Preceded by two stilt-walkers and two boys carrying a banner reading: “Our Art and Culture Will

The Indian Merchants Association (IMA), in a short span of time and with the help of volunteers from

Police continued their general controls at different locations this past weekend. A total of 443

CIBC FirstCaribbean International Bank (CIBC FCIB) donated US $75,000 to the St. Maarten Red Cross,

The Golden Rock Cancer Awareness Foundation will be holding a fundraiser today, Monday, at two

Passengers walking on Charles A. Woodley pier to board ferry “Edge” (right) on Thursday morning.

 

DATE ISSUED: Monday, October 16, 2017 @ 12:00 LST (16:00 UTC)

VALID UNTIL: Tuesday midday (12:00


COLE BAY--Monster Hurricane Irma did not spare the underwater world from her crashing waves and

PHILIPSBURG--Telephone company UTS recently confirmed to its Chippie post-paid customers that it has

~ ‘Unemployment expected to rise from 33% to 60-65%’ ~

MARIGOT--Exoneration of land taxes, waiving

PHILIPSBURG--Democratic Party (DP) leader Member of Parliament Sarah Wescot-Williams has written to

By Marvin Hokstam

AMSTERDAM--The City Council of Amsterdam will be allocating 100,000 euros in its

Infrastructure Minister Christophe Emmanuel has a big project planned for this hillock behind the

PHILIPSBURG--Clouds of smoke came out of the Le Grand Marché shopping complex on Sunday morning.

PHILIPSBURG--Former Minister of Justice Roland Duncan says the back-to-business attitude of police

DATE ISSUED: Sunday, October 15, 2017 @ 12:00 LST (16:00 UTC)

VALID UNTIL: Monday midday (12:00 LST)

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