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KNMI invests in constant monitoring of Mount Scenery activity

The Department of Seismology and Acoustics of the Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute (KNMI) has been working on Saba for several years to monitor the dormant volcano Mount Scenery. The monitoring of a volcano is best done using multiple techniques to assess the state of activity. One way to monitor is …

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Island Council had positive meeting with ZVK

The Saba Island Council had a positive meeting with Director of the Caribbean Netherlands Health Insurance Office ZVK Angel Bermudez on Bonaire last week Wednesday, May 15. The Island Council delegation, comprising of Members Eviton Heyliger, Vito Charles, Hemmie van Xanten and Esmeralda Johnson, and Registrar Akilah Levenstone, presented a …

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James Granger takes second place in Bonaire

James Raymond Ralph Granger from Saba finished second in the fifth My Guardian Group Walk & Run 2019 in Kralendijk, Bonaire on Sunday May 19. The race started at 6:30am at Bachelor’s Beach and ended at Sorobon Beach. The purpose of the Walk & Run is to promote a healthy …

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European Parliament candidate Caarls (D66) knows the islands

Susanne Caarls, candidate number 9 on the slate of the Dem­ocratic Party D66 in the May 23 elections for the European Parliament, is no stranger to the Caribbean Netherlands. She under­stands the issues of the is­lands and wants to encour­age residents to vote. From September 2012 to May 2015, Caarls …

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Soccer clinic with Hoogendijk on Cruyff Court

The female soccer team of the Saba Comprehensive School (SCS) took part in a free soccer clinic of ex-international Anouk Hoogendijk at the Cruyff Court in The Bottom on Wednesday afternoon, May 15. Representatives of the Johan Cruyff Foundation and the foundation’s ambassador Hoogendijk came over to Saba from St. …

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