CBS: Fewer non-locals in work on Saba

In 2022, the employed labour force aged 15 to 74 years in the Caribbean Netherlands increased by 9 percent to 15.7 thousand relative to 2020. During the coronavirus pandemic in 2020, the number of employed stagnated. Of the three islands, Bonaire saw the highest growth. There were more employed people …

Read More »

Saba shines at Caribbean Week in New York

The Saba Tourism Bureau announced its successful participation in the recent Caribbean Week, a prestigious event organized by the Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO). Held in New York, the Caribbean Week serves as a platform to celebrate the vibrant Caribbean culture, foster media engagement, promote thought leadership, and encourage networking within …

Read More »

Food Handlers Training

The Public Entity, in collaboration with food safety trainers from Statia, announces the successful completion of its recent Food Handlers Training on Saba. The week-long program, held from June 19, 2023, to June 22, 2023, brought together participants from the public to provide them with essential knowledge and skills in …

Read More »

Computer-illiterate persons on islands not overlooked

The Dutch government will not over­look residents in Bonaire, St. Eustatius and Saba who are not computer literate or do not want to use the Internet for contact with government. Dutch State Secretary of Kingdom Relations and Digitisation Alexandra van Huffelen confirmed in an online press briefing on Fri­day that …

Read More »

Saba News