Emergency regulation SZW extended by three months

The emergency regulation for wage costs and income support from the Ministry of Social Affairs and Employment (SZW) will be extended from the 13th of July until the 12th of October, 2021. Although tourism is restarting and the labour market is picking up, it is still an uncertain period for …

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Partial reopening of Saba National Park

Mt. Scenery Nation­al Park in Saba was partially reopened to the public again on Monday, June 28. This means that all trails within the national park are now open to the public, except for the North Coast Trail. The national park has been closed to the public to allow for …

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Saba Med School student murder goes to The Hague

The man held responsible for the murder of Saba University School of Medicine student Kavya Guda on April 15, 2015, has filed for a final appeal with the High Court of the Netherlands in The Hague. Suspect Senad Cejvan, a national of Bosnia and Herze­govina who currently resides in Missouri, …

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Bank sees clients on islands as risk – Updated

Update In contrast with the article in the Daily Herald published earlier (see below), Koninkrijk.nu indicated that the decision to close bank accounts of clients in the Caribbean, will not be implemented immediately. They claim that Caribbean customers of ABN-Amro can keep their accounts for the time being. But according …

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