Items filtered by date: July 2011

WILLEMSTAD - United States Consul General Valerie Belon hosted a group of artists participating in Plein Air Curacao to paint the scenic views of Punda and Otrabanda from her residence patio on Monday, August 29.

Published in Island News

PHILIPSBURG - The Soualiga Corporate Toastmasters Club entertained and enlightened its members, in a Masquerade setting with the theme Behind this Mask during its last meeting.

Published in Island News

PHILIPSBURG, Bonaire - The Coalition government on Bonaire is experiencing serious difficulties.

Published in Island News

PHILIPSBURG - After approximately two weeks of intense investigations and arrest, the police have succeeded in arresting the well known fugitive Omar Smith better known as "Chucky".

Published in Island News

PHILIPSBURG - Several weapons were discovered on the island of Curacao by the local authorities.

Published in Island News

COLE BAY, St. Maarten - United Peoples (UP) party Member of Parliament (MP) Jules James says he read last week in the media that the newly appointed Lions Club President Merlin Schamminee will be focusing on developing initiatives around the current crime situation with initial emphasis on the nation's youth.

Published in Island News
Sunday, 28 August 2011 22:00

Government must set the first example

PHILIPSBURG - After having read an article in the Today's newspaper of Wednesday, August 24, 2011 where the St. Maarten Chamber called on citizens to become whistleblowers I would like to comment on this issue.

Published in Island Opinions

PHILIPSBURG - A scooter rider was injured on Sunday afternoon at approximately 5:30 after having an accident with a grey jeep.

Published in Island News
Sunday, 28 August 2011 15:16

RBTT cricket tournament held this weekend

PHILIPSBURG - The 2011 RBTT cricket tournament continued this weekend at the Carib Lumber Ball Park.

Published in General sports news

PHILIPSBURG - The money transfer business on the Cannegieter Street, Popular Express, was robbed shortly after eight (8am) on Saturday.

Published in Island News
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