Items filtered by date: July 2011

PHILIPSBURG - The Cole Bay drainage project, known as the Midas phase 1B and 2, will enter into the 2nd phase of the project on Wednesday morning at 9am.

Published in Island News

PHILIPSBURG - The council of ministers on Curacao has taken a decision that if St.Maarten wants to sell it shares of UTS, they are willing to buy.

Published in Island Financial
Tuesday, 23 August 2011 00:42

Parliament met on civil code Monday

PHILIPSBURG - The Parliament of St. Maarten opened a new week of meetings on Monday.

Published in Island News

PHILIPSBURG - The economy of Curacao is said to be doing just fine according to Minister Charles Cooper.

Published in Island News

PHILIPSBURG, Willemstad - Investigations into the owner of Robbies Lottery, Robertico Alejandro dos Santos and his business dealings has uncovered what seems to be a money laundering scheme involving large deposits into the WIB on St Maarten.

Published in Island News

PHILIPSBURG - Weather conditions on St. Maarten and the surrounding islands is foretasted to improve.

Published in Island News
Monday, 22 August 2011 20:50

Young Reds run free

Danny Welbeck celebrates his headed opener EUROPE - Manchester United's youngsters have demolished an initially promisingTottenham after goals from Welbeck, Anderson and Rooney.

Published in General sports news

PHILIPSBURG, St. Maarten – As part of the President of Parliament's 'information gathering consultation sessions,' last Friday, a meeting took place with the Director of the Mental Health Foundation (MHF) Eileen Healy and Psychiatrist Sachin Gandotra at their new facility in Cay Hill.

Published in Island News

PHILIPSBURG, St. Maarten – August 23 will mark International Day for the Remembrance of the Slave Trade and its Abolition, as proclaimed by the United Nations (UN) General Assembly. This day is observed on an annual basis by the international community.

Published in Island News

PHILIPSBURG, Pond Island – Increased demand for mobile data services from TelEm Group customers is causing congestion on the company's Blackberry Smartphone service making it necessary to increase available bandwidth for the BB network.

Published in Island News
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