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Sabans mostly satisfied with performance of their commissioners

Sabans seem to be reasonably satisfied with the performance of the two commissioners forming on the Executive Council. This is suggested by an online opinion poll performed by consultancy Linkels & Partners in cooperation with the online news site www.bes-reporter.com. A total of 69 residents filled out the survey. This …

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St. Maarten: New COVID-19 positive case brings total to 78

The Minister of Public Health, Social Development and Labour VSA Richard Panneflek has announced that as of Wednesday, July 1 the total number of COVID-19 cases on St. Maarten is now 78. According to a press release on Friday, on Wednesday an individual was admitted to the St. Maarten Medical …

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Meeting to revive Saba Business Association: July 7th

To all business owners of Saba, The last months have once again reminded us of the importance of our community. We realize that by standing together we are strong enough to face collective challenges. In the past, we’ve come together as a business community to address some of these collective …

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Flight ban extended, some exemptions

The air space of Bonaire, St. Eustatius and Saba will remain closed until August 1. Exemp­tions are now in place for the Nether­lands, Germany, France, Belgium and Luxembourg. Minister of Infrastructure and Water Management Cora van Nieuwenhui­zen.  Wijbenga and Minister of Public Health, Wellbeing and Sport Hugo de Jonge informed …

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