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Wuite’s social minimum motion gets broad support

The Sec­ond Chamber of the Dutch Parliament on Tuesday ad­opted the motion about establishing a realistic so­cial minimum for Bonaire, St. Eustatius and Saba of Member of Parliament (MP) Jorien Wuite of the Democratic Party D66 with broad support. Wuite presented the mo­tion, co-signed by Don Ced­er of the ChristianUnion …

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New name sign Major Osmar Simmons Museum unveiled

In the presence of family, friends, and government officials, the new name board for the Major Osmar R. Simmons Museum in The Bottom was unveiled on Friday, January 27. During the official ceremony preceding the unveiling of the new sign above the entrance, donated by the Saba Tourist Bureau, Commissioner …

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In 2022 Saba shipped 50 containers with recyclables

In 2022, Saba shipped a record number of 50 containers with recyclables to the USA for further processing. Saba has a well-functioning waste management system that includes the separation of recyclables. The 50 containers that left the island contained the following recyclables: plastics (63%), cardboard (20%), plastic bottles (10%), shredded …

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KMar notices effect of increase in travellers Caribbean Netherlands

The increase in number of travelers traveling to and from the Caribbean Netherlands increased significantly in 2022 compared to the previous year. This was reflected in the activities of the Marechaussee, among other things, in an increase in the number of persons denied entry to the Caribbean Netherlands, but also …

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Four candidate lists submitted on Nomination Day Saba

Four candidate lists for the March 15 Island Council elections were submitted during Nomination Day on Saba Monday, January 30. Island Governor Jonathan Johnson, Chairman of the Central Voting Bureau, received the candidate lists of, subsequently, the Saba Caring People Party, the blank list of Dave Levenstone, the Party for …

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