PHILIPSBURG - The Prime Minister of St. Maarten the Honorable Sarah Wescot-Williams will address the participants at the FRED Expo which is to be held in the WTC Center in the Netherlands from the 17th until the 20th of May.

WILLEMSTAD, Curacao - The recent letter sent to the attorney general of the United States by the Minister of Justice on Curacao to lift a lien placed on the account of Robbies Lottery boss, is once again playing heavily in the news on Curacao.

PHILIPSBURG - The Workers Institute For Organized Labour (WIFOL) is expected to meet with their legal advisers this afternoon if the Pelican Resort does not pay the workers in conformity with the April 2nd Court Ruling.

PHILIPSBURG - Minister of Education and Sports Dr. Rhoda Arrindell held a press conference on Thursday in which she reported on her 19 months in office and the various projects that have been initiated under her watch.

MARIGOT - President of the St. Martin Collectivité Alain Richardson is concerned about the financial state of St. Martin.

SABARC students set to arrive Friday

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PHILIPSBURG - Saba Archaeological Center (SABARC) students are scheduled to arrive on St. Maarten Friday.

MARIGOT - He failed to obtain a seat in the just concluded Collectivité presidential elections.

PHILIPSBURG - Member of Parliament of the National Alliance, Dr Lloyd Richardson will be representing the island at the 2nd cooperative summit of the Americas.

PHILIPSBURG - The law firm representing the Workers Institute For Organised Labour (W.I.F.O.L) union in the Pelican saga, HBN Law, does not believe that the Simpson Bay Resort is going to pay the employees, as is requested by the court in its recent ruling.

GREAT BAY, Sint Maarten (DCOMM) – The Ministry of Tourism, Economic Affairs, Traffic and Telecommunications would like to inform the public that the "Sint Maarten Vending Policy" 2009 has been revised and its new title is the "St. Maarten Vending and Beach Policy" 2012.