Items filtered by date: March 2012

GREAT BAY - NAGICO Insurances is sponsoring local Burton Theodora, who will be travelling to the Dominican Republic this week to undergo rigorous training in his attempt to qualify for the 50 meter swimming distance in the upcoming 2012 Olympic Games in London.

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Great Bay – Dr. Renk Roborgh, Director-General, Higher Education, Science and Emancipation, received a "surprise" parting gift from Minister of Education, Culture, Sports and Youth Affairs, Dr. Rhoda Arrindell yesterday, after the two had met for a breakfast meeting. Dr. Roborgh is on a farewell tour of Saba, St. Eustatius and St. Martin. He goes on retirement on July 4, 2012.

Published in Island News

The Hague/Great Bay – Minister of Education, Culture, Sports and Youth Affairs, Dr. Rhoda Arrindell could not be on island for the opening of Carnival, however, she still performed carnival-related duties during her brief visit to The Netherlands last week to participate in the students' forum, "Study Successfully, Return Successfully" organized by the Soualiga Foundation.

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THE BOTTOM, Saba - The Executive Council of Saba, has hired Mr. Frank Versteegen as the interim manager for the Department of Finance.

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PHILIPSBURG -Below are the St. Maarten Little League Base Ball game results from Saturday April 21, 2012.

Published in General sports news

PHILIPSBURG - The election is not over for the Presidential election in France.

Published in Island News

PHILIPSBURG - The Soualiga Foundation in the Netherlands held a forum last Friday which featured discussions between the youth of St Maarten who are studying in the Netherlands and various government officials including the Minister of Education Dr Rhoda Arrindel and her support staff.

Published in Island News

WILLEMSTAD, Curacao - There were various protests over the past weekend on Curacao.

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PHILIPSBURG - The public works department has concluded their evaluation of the islands road network in the wake of Sunday's devastating rainfall.

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PHILIPSBURG - The Browlia F. Maillard Campus in St. John's was forced to close their doors to students on Monday due to water contamination and damage.

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