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Continued concerns about islands’ quality of education

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The Permanent Committee for Education, Culture and Science of the Second Chamber of the Dutch Parliament is keeping the pressure on Education Minister Jet Bussemaker and State Secretary Sander Dekker to move on with the process to improve the quality of education in Bonaire, St. Eustatius and Saba. Members of …

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Chamber of Commerce on trade mission to Suriname

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This week a sizable delegation from St. Eustatius and Saba will be travelling to Suriname to take part in the trade mission “Doing sustainable business between Suriname and the kingdom of The Netherlands, the Caribbean and Latin America.” The trade mission takes place at Royal Torarica hotel in Paramaribo on …

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Cabinet response lacks tangible actions and reflection, says Saba


The response of the Dutch Government to the Caribbean Netherlands evaluation reports lacks reflection and concrete measures to address shortcomings, stated a disappointed Saba Government in a letter to the Dutch Parliament which also mentioned the positive aspects of the new constitutional relations, writes The Daily Herald. Saba’s Executive Council …

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Sale of land for Saba schools finalized

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On Friday May 20th, 2016, in the Courtroom of the Government Administration Building in the Bottom of Saba, the closing took place with respect to a parcel of land in the district of Lower St. John’s. This parcel of land is situated nearby the Saba Comprehensive School and will be …

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