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Saba street racers sentenced in court

The Court of First Instance on Tuesday, June 6, imposed severe penalties on two young Sabans. Both young men were on trial for street racing. The Prosecutor charged them with dangerous driving. One of the suspects also drove in a car that was uninsured and had incorrect licence plates. The …

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Health Study kicks off on Saba

On Monday morning, June 16th, the Commissioner of Health Rolando Wilson opened the large health study that will take place on Saba over the next week. 1000 residents of Saba were randomly selected and invited to participate at one of the two study centers. They will be asked to fill …

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Saba faces challenges, but remains steadfast

Despite the many fi­nancial challenges that Saba Government finds itself con­fronted with. it has remained steadfast in its approach to achieve its goals. with or without a well-financed bud­get. Finance Commissioner Bruce Zagers stated this dur­ing the handling of the 2016 Year Report in the Central Committee and the Island …

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Information session Lindenwood University

On May  23rd, Esmeralda Johnson, a Saban students studying abroad conducted an information session about the college she attends, Lindenwood University in the state of Missouri. At the session was Commissioner of Education, Bruce Zagers; Island Secretary,  Tim Muller; students of Form 4 of Saba Comprehensive School, their parents, and …

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