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St. Kitts could be promising supplier for Saba, Statia

The Federation of St. Kitts and Nevis seems to be an attractive and realistic alter­native to St. Maarten when it comes to importing food items. This emerged from a recent study carried out by consultants of Ecorys and Curconsult, as commissioned by Minister Henk Kamp of Economic Affairs. St. Kilts …

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October Down syndrome awareness month on Saba

Remedial/special education teacher at Saba’s Sa­cred Heart School (SHS) Helen Hassell gave a brief ex­planation about Down syndrome to all pupils on Monday, October 2. This was mainly to acknowledge the existence of Down syndrome among children and to eliminate existing barri­ers between these children and their peers. It was also …

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Saba elated with reopening of Princess Juliana Airport

For about a month, Saba has been almost inac­cessible. Although Juancho E. Yrausquin Airport is functioning and did not sustain much damage from Hur­ricanes Irma or Maria, the island’s dependency on St. Maarten as hub for almost everything made accessibility an issue. Saba Government was therefore very pleased to be …

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Saba is ready to welcome guests again

For about a month Saba has been almost inaccessible. Although our airport is functioning and did not sustain much damage from lrma nor Maria, our dependency on St Maarten as hub (for almost everything) made accessibility an issue. Saba Government was therefore very pleased to be in contact with St Maarten’s Directer of …

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