Items filtered by date: February 2012

GREAT BAY, Sint Maarten (DCOMM) – Sunday, 11 March marked the first anniversary of the Japanese earthquake and tsunami that killed approximately 20,000 people in Eastern Japan.

Published in Island News
Sunday, 11 March 2012 22:50

Prime Minister attends MAC Reunion

ST JOHNS ESTATE (DCOMM) — On Friday March 9th, Prime Minister Sarah Wescot Williams attended the Methodist Agogic Centre student reunion reception in celebration of 35 years of existence of the education institution.

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PHILIPSBURG - The Police Force of St. Maarten were kept busy on Sunday evening.

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PHILIPSBURG - On March 8th 2012, the coach of the The Dynamics Sporting Club Foundation received 11 certificates for its members who have joined the Speedy Plus Club.

Published in General sports news

PHILIPSBURG - St. Maarten Academy are the $2,000 winners of the 2012 High Schools Flash Mob competition Sponsored by TelEm group's mobile provider TelCell.

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GREAT BAY, Sint Maarten (DCOMM) – Secretary General of Bureau Ombudsman Patsy Philips, presented the Philipsburg Jubilee Library recently with a copy of the bureau's handbook 2011-12.

Published in Island News
Sunday, 11 March 2012 20:47

MP Illidge completes donation to library

PHILIPSBURG - On Thursday March 8th, Independent Member of Parliament Patrick Illidge made good on a promise to deliver five more computers for a grand total of ten to the Philipsburg Jubilee Library.

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PHILIPSBURG - The University of St. Martin (USM) will be hosting an information and registration session on Friday, March 16, 2012 for the inaugural Edinburgh Business School (EBS) Masters in Business Administration (MBA) program in St. Maarten.

Published in Island News
Sunday, 11 March 2012 20:07

MP George Pantophlet; Still Waiting

PHILIPSBURG - Member of Parliament George Pantophlet says that on February 22, he submitted some questions to the following Ministers: Deputy Minister Theo Heyliger, Minister Hiro Shigemoto and Minister Franklyn Meyers.

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WESTINDIES - Denesh Ramdin has fractured his right thumb while batting in a warm-up match and will be replaced in the West Indies squad by Carlton Baugh for the first three matches of the ODI series against Australia.

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