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Saba Comprehensive wins Student Skills Competition

Saba Comprehensive School (SCS) emerged win­ner of the first ever Skills Competition for students from Bonaire, St. Eustatius and Saba. The “Unspoiled Queen” hosted the premier of this battle of carpentry skills between students. Students from Bonaire were not able to attend, but the battle between SCS students and those …

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Commissioner Wilson outlines his plans for Saba for this year

New homes, the opening of phase-one of the solar park and an im­proved standard of living for all in habitants are part of Commissioner Rolando Wilson’s plans for 2018. In highlighting devel­opments in his portfolio Sabans may expect in 2018, Wilson said the Island Government of Saba is “always striving …

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Multiple projects in 2018 will make Saba more sustainable

The year 2018 will bring about multiple proj­ects and opportunities that will not only help Saba to recover from the hurricanes, but will also assist in build­ing stronger and to make the island more resilient for the future, Saba Commissioner Bruce Zagers announced in a provided outline. Some of the …

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Salaries of Central Government workers CN will increase by 3.75%

The Director of RCN has today reached a negotiation result with the trade unions about a new Collective Labour Agreement (CLA) for Central Government civil servants in the Caribbean Netherlands for a period of three years. With this negotiation result a rather decent salary increase of 3.75% is due to …

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Commissioner Wilson visits restoration of historic well

Commissioner of Culture Rolando Wilson, accompanied by Head of Economic Affairs Dave Levenstone, visited the well down at Well’s Bay on Tuesday’s morning. Commissioner Wilson congratulated and thanked the construction group of Public Works for the great work they have carried out in restoring the well. Wilson reminded them that the well …

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