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Crime statistics Saba 2016

Korps Politie Caribisch Nederland, KPCN,  has published today their crime statics 2016 for Saba. In summary: Traffic accidents increased significantly; Total number of violent crimes remained virtually unchanged: only one “Atrako” was observed. The number of property related crimes increased, in particular the number of domestic and commercial burglaries. The completed …

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Bubbas Bottles Saba’s very own wine room

Recently, Chez Bubba restaurant proudly announced the opening of Bubbas Bottles, a wine room with exceptional specialty wines from the greatest vineyards across the globe. The wine room opened with a private showing on Saturday, February 11, with live tapas and wine flowing alongside live music from Braxi Music of …

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Share of solar power on the rise in Statia, Saba

St. Eustatius and Saba are well on their way to become islands with the highest percentage of sustainable generated electricity in the world. The solar power trajectory is progressing steadily with wind and geothermal energy being a future perspective. The first phase of the solar panel field in St. Eustatius, …

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“Saba Through Your Lens” Photo Competition

During the last months of 2016, the Saba Tourist Bureau held its first “Saba Through Your Lens” Facebook photo competition, which was open internationally. The competition consisted of 10 categories, which were: Nature, Underwater, Cuisine & Cocktails, Attractions, Culture & Heritage, Architecture, Sights to See, Travel/ Transportation, Shopping and Special …

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No toxins found in fire on Saba landfill

Emergency services were still busy controlling the fire at the sanitary landfill at Fort Bay on Thursday, which caused a huge amount of smoke on Tuesday. During the fire heavy smoke dispersed and spread to St. John’s and The Bottom. Residents of both neighbouring villages were advised to close all …

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