St. Maarten – Mike Ferrier has terminated his membership of the Democratic Party out of disappointment over the way party-leader Sarah Wescot-Williams handled the defection of her number 2 candidate Cornelius de Weever to a coalition with the Unit
St. Maarten / By Hilbert Haar – The anger, indignation and apparent frustration about the instruction the Kingdom Council of Ministers gave to Governor Drs. Eugène Holiday has left many seething – not only in St. Maarten, but also in Curacao an
St. Maarten – Kingdom Relations Minister Roland Plasterk asked Prime Minister Sarah Wescot-Williams to let the Dutch secret service AIVD operate in St. Maarten under the flag of the country’s own security service VDSM “to carry out the screeni
St. Maarten — All schools have received the all clear to reopen today following a week unplanned break to access and repair the damages sustained by hurricane Gonzalo last Monday. The St. Maarten Vocational Training School, Martin Luther King P
St. Maarten – Minister of Public Health, Social Affairs and Labor Cornelius de Weever has summoned Dutch VVD-parliamentarian André Bosman in an open letter – written by his attorney Jairo Bloem – to retract his statement that UP-leader Theo H
St. Maarten – United People’s party leader Theo Heyliger released another statement to the media yesterday, announcing that the Dutch government will be held liable for the damages its “unconstitutional intrusion” is causing St. Maarten.
St. Maarten - A man, identified as Jean Claude Samuel, lost his life in a fatal traffic accident on Saturday on Coco Plum Rd in the St. Peters area. Samuel had been the passenger in a white pickup that had been driven off the hill and crashed, fro
St. Maarten – The voting period for the St. Maarten Hospitality & Trade Association officially opens today. “This puts you in the perfect position to vote for those individuals and organizations you think should really be recognized for thei
St. Maarten —“ The recent instruction from the Dutch Government to Governor Eugene Holiday to carry out an invasive screening of candidate ministers in addition to the mandated security screening has put the governor yet again in a very awkward
GREAT BAY –St. Maarten will review, analyze and adjust its disaster response mechanisms according to disaster coordinator and fire chief Clive Richardson who believes there are many lessons to be learnt from the passing of hurricane Gonzalo. Ric
St. Maarten – The 11-month old boy who lost his life in a bizarre accident at home last week Monday did not die as the result of a crime, the Public Prosecutor’s Office stated in a press release yesterday. The investigation into the circumstances
THE HAGUE – The Kingdom Council of Ministers gave an instruction to Governor Drs. Eugène Holiday yesterday to put the appointments of candidate ministers and the candidate prime minister on hold. “The governor will only be able to sign the natio
St. Maarten – The United People’s party has requested an urgent meeting of Parliament for this upcoming Monday at 2 p.m. to discuss the instruction given by the Kingdom Council of Ministers to Governor Holiday (see related story). Party-leader T
St. Maarten - A business information session that was carded to be held on Friday past, has been postponed to next Friday October 24th. The information session is organized by the Department of Statistics (STAT) and the Chamber of Commerce and In
St. Maarten – “Just as we are cleaning up the island after the passing of Hurricane Gonzalo, now is the time to clean the streets of illegal firearms with Stop, Drop & Go. This is a golden opportunity to surrender your firearms,” Attorney G
St. Maarten - UTS Boss Glen Carty has reiterated calls for all utility and telecoms cables on the island to be placed underground, saying that this method is safer, more reliable and ultimately less costly than the current situation. He believes the
St. Maarten - With school set to resume on Monday after the passage of Hurricane Gonzalo, the exercise to make the schools user friendly has been stepped up and the staff at the schools that were affected have been receiving technical assistance.
St. Maarten - Danielle Carbonneau will be the first female from St. Martin to participate in the Miss Elite Model Look which is said to give young aspiring women the chance to become models. Director of Elite John Bilboa said that they are “look
St. Maarten - Tour operators, taxi drivers and other stakeholders were briefed on Friday morning with respect to the state of affairs since the passing of Hurricane Gonzalo on Monday in preparation for the return of cruise ships to the destination.