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Soca rumbrle kings both attend Miami/broward one carnival

FLORIDA, United State - Winners of this year Soca Rumble King Vers in the power category and Mighty Dow in the groovy category, both attended and performed at the Miami Broward One Carnival last week, October 9 in Florida, US.

The Miami-Broward One Carnival Host Committee is a non-profit organization dedicated to bringing a safe, family festival in South Florida and outlying areas, providing critical opportunities to the Caribbean people in South Florida to share the Caribbean culture, promote cultural exchange and build economic cooperation in the multi-ethnic and multi-cultural environment of South Florida.

Here's what they both had to say about their experience according to Montage Event Planner Grisha Heyliger: “Mighty Dow: My experience in Miami was a great one and reminded me of times I travelled in The past I heard comments from the audience like boy you full of energy.

West Indies T20 and ODI squads named for Pakistan tour

ST JOHN’S, Antigua -- The Selection Panel of the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) has announced two 15-man squads for the Twenty20 and One-Day-International series against Pakistan.

Sint Maarten Cable TV and Gone Viral TV partner with Shoot Hoops, Not Guns project

PHILIPSBURG, St. Maarten - Every year St. Maarten Cable TV nominates an organization for a grant to the Caribbean Cable and TV Association Community Program and this year St. Maarten Cable TV nominated the Shoot Hoops, Not Guns project.

Update on student involved in fight close to MPC

PHILIPSBURG, St. Maarten - The Juvenile Department has reported that student that was involved in the fight in the vicinity of Milton Peters College on Tuesday and was struck in his head with a hard object, leaving him with a serious head wound, remains hospitalized.

UTS postpaid interruption

PHILIPSBURG, St. Maarten - Some Chippie postpaid customers on St. Maarten experienced an interruption in their mobile service during the morning hours of September 6th, following a billing system error which affected phone calls and mobile internet service of these customers.

CPS Re-emphasizes use mosquito repellent and take measures to eliminate mosquito breeding sites after Monday’s rainfall

GREAT BAY, Sint Maarten (DCOMM) – The Collective Preventive Services (CPS), a government department under the Ministry of Public Health, Social Development and Labour, is calling on the populace due to Monday’s rainfall, for the populace as well as visitors to wear light colored clothing at dusk; long sleeve shirts and pants; and use mosquito repellent to prevent being bitten by a mosquito that could possibly be carrying a mosquito borne disease.

SCELL’S two-day training bootcamps a big success & seats still available!

PHILIPSBURG, St. Maarten - SCELL, the University of St. Martin’s School of Continuing Education & Life Long Learning pronounced the month of September as “Get Ready for the High Season, “on their first Anniversary on August 1, 2016. In preparation for the Get Ready for High Season Month, SCELL launched (5) Two-Day Boot Camps.

Inmate Jumps To His Death At Jamaican Prison

KINGSTON, Jamaica – The police are investigating the circumstances that led to the death of an inmate at the Tower Street Adult Correctional Centre in downtown Kingston earlier this week.

Emergency Shelter and Natural Disaster Planning Presentation at Rotary Sunrise by Joy Arnell and Mark Schloss

PHILIPSBURG, St. Maarten - Hurricanes are natural disasters that constantly threaten the Caribbean islands, especially St. Maarten as we are right in the center of the hurricane belt.

Former Curacao Finance Minister being investigated for forgery and misappropriation of Government funds

PHILIPSBURG, St. Maarten - The Criminal Investigation Cooperation Team (RST) arrested a 36-year-old woman in Curacao on Monday morning in connection with the ongoing investigation linked to the former Minister of Finance, George Jamaloodin who is suspected of forgery and misappropriation of a portion of subsidy provided by the Ministry of Finance in 2012.

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