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Directors and board members Caribbean Netherlands in The Hague

Last week, board members and directors of the educational institutes of the Caribbean Netherlands visited The Hague. The purpose of the visit was to talk with various policy advisers about the further improvement of the quality of education on the islands. Minister Arie Slob of OCW also joined. Eveliene Coenen, …

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Realtor Saba Island Properties opens shop in Windwardside

It is four years ago now that realtor Saba Island Properties installed their first display case at ‘Swinging Doors’ in Windwardside. The company is growing and expanding with Rentals and Sales of Land and Homes.   This required  renovation and they expanded their space with a new boutique. They have installed new, bigger, state-of-the-art …

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The Public Entity Saba trained enforcers

The Public Entity Saba had some of the employees trained to become enforcers. These employees took the so-called “Buitengewoon Ambtenaar van Politie” (special agent of the police) course. In the upcoming weeks, they are expected to be appointed as a special agents of the police. The Public Entity now has …

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Islands’ teachers’ pension rectified

The pen­sion rights of some 150 (partly retired) teachers and other employees of schools in Bonaire, St. Eustatius and Saba have been restored thanks to the Dutch Min­istry, of Education, Culture and Science which has made 2.7 million euros available for this group. Dutch State Secretary of Home Affairs and …

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