• From Russell Lawson on Dutch TV campaign raises €13.3m for Leeward Islands relief fund

    Amen brother, your island is too important to be dismissed by Amsterdam, not the island but your people and your economy,

    2017/09/17 at 10:34 pm
  • From Geoffrey Fageol on Opinion: Saba's economic development after Irma is a major challenge

    Very well written letter! Many good points made! The powers that be need to figure out what to do or you could devastate the economies of Saba and Statia. Being an American whose family lived on Saba, I am well aware of how dependent Saba and Statia are on St. Maarten. Family friends are concerned for how Holland will deal with this crisis! Please, please, please!

    2017/09/14 at 10:19 pm
    • From Thomas Franzson on Opinion: Saba's economic development after Irma is a major challenge

      Statia has a steady income from the petroleum tank operation, and a number of people work at
      the facility.
      To Mranzson

      2017/09/25 at 9:35 am
  • From James Kerner on Opinion: Saba's economic development after Irma is a major challenge

    Could Winair fly in from Puerto Rico? That is a viable combination, as PR is an easy and major destination for both American and European travellers.

    2017/09/14 at 1:56 pm
    • From Annette Gauthier on Opinion: Saba's economic development after Irma is a major challenge

      With Puerto Rico in ruins, what other alternative for air flights is there?

      2017/09/21 at 11:15 pm
  • From René Caderius van Veen on Opinion: Saba's economic development after Irma is a major challenge

    Then for that reason, let us all stop (including myself) with sending around bad photo’s of ruined trees and houses, let us all stop complaining in public about the situation (asking for more help directly to Dutch government is OK of course) and let us show the world what Saba has to offer.
    Give all support to positive actions such as in October Sea&Learn, promote the island even more than you did before and when there are problems to solve: deal only directly to whom it concerns and who can improve the situation or even solve the problem.

    2017/09/14 at 12:46 pm
  • From sabine watkins on Opinion: Saba's economic development after Irma is a major challenge

    In 2 weeks time the quarterly ABB payments are due for all businesses.
    It would be a great gesture from the tax department, and a little relief to all businesses on the island, if this tax collection could be waved off for all.

    2017/09/14 at 11:23 am
  • From Joep Groenendijk on Delivery of goods from SXM to Saba

    Any news on mutty’s pride?
    Is she ok? And ready to sail sxm-saba?

    2017/09/13 at 11:46 pm
  • From Russell Lawson on King Willem Alexander vists Saba Tuesday, September 12th - Updated

    You have such a beautiful island, I was planning to visit in March & April, whatever is needed I would appreciate knowing, I’VE enjoyed being there in the past, please keep me posted.

    2017/09/13 at 9:08 pm
  • From Darcy Hodge on Saba Government on Facebook: no deaths have been reported on Saba

    To my friends in Saba, please let me know if you need anything. I’m so relieved that everyone is safe in the island. Stay strong.

    2017/09/12 at 2:45 pm
  • From Jim Lawrence on Saba Government on Facebook: no deaths have been reported on Saba

    I am reaching out to Cletus Johnson and his sons Travis and Omar! This is your cousin Jim Lawrence from America. I met you in June. Please let me know if I can help you recover from this hurricane IRMA. You can reach me at jimlaw41@yahoo.com or by telephone @ (603) 828-1584.

    2017/09/08 at 10:42 am
  • From Sûe Simmons on Saba Government on Facebook: no deaths have been reported on Saba

    To everyone in Saba, our prayers are with you, and the island that has become close to our hearts..
    So glad to hear you are all safe. We know the Saba spirit is strong and will bring you all through this trying time.
    Best Wishes William (Jimmy) and Sûe Simmons, Bermuda.

    2017/09/08 at 4:35 am
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