Sea and Learn Saba concludes another successful edition

The multiple events of the 2022 Sea and Learn Saba drew good crowds and involved a large part of the island’s population, from young to old. This year’s month-long program counted on the presence of 14 scientists and experts from the United States (US), the United Kingdom (UK), Canada and …

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Artisans display their work at arts and crafts market

Saba artisans showcased their work to residents and visitors during an arts and crafts pop-up market on Friday, October 21 at the Saba Tourism Bureau. This was the first time this year that an arts and crafts market was held on the deck at the Tourism Bureau in the Windwardside, …

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Six childcare workers soon start SPW level 3 education

A small delegation of the National Institute for Professional Advancement (NIPA) from St. Maarten visited Saba on Wednesday, October 26, in advance of the Social Pedagogic Work (SPW) level 3 studies that the institute will help facilitate for six daycare and afterschool care employees. Four employees of the Laura Linzey …

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Exploration introduction of anti-discrimination legislation

Under the instruction of the Ministry of the Interior and Kingdom Relations (BZK), Glenn Thodé (former Island Governor Bonaire) and Jacques van Eck (former State Council at the Council of State) are currently exploring the introduction of anti-discrimination legislation for Bonaire, Saba, and St. Eustatius. This is being done because …

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Culture delegation OCW Ministry visited Saba

A delegation of the Culture Department of the Dutch Ministry of Education, Culture and Science (OCW) visited Saba on Monday, October 24, and Tuesday, October 25 to meet with the Public Entity Saba and with the local stakeholders. The Public Entity Saba was one of the parties that signed the …

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