550,000 euro made available to support Saba & Statia businesses

State Secretary for the Interior and Kingdom Relations Raymond Knops, responded to a letter from the chamber of Commerce Saba & Statia for further financial assistance in the wake of recent hurricanes. The business communities on on the islands continue to face financial burdens and the influx of tourists to the islands …

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Home burglarized on Clement Sorton Street

On Friday, Janu­ary 19, a house on Clement Sorton Street in The Bot­tom was burglarized, Ca­ribbean Netherlands Police Force KPCN reported on Monday. Unknown persons took money from the house, the Police added in a press statement. The Daily Herald.

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Promoting Saba tourism a joint effort, says Zagers

Considering the ad­verse impact of Hurricanes Irma and Maria on Saba’s tourism, it is of utmost importance that the local government and the private sector unite in their efforts to promote the island as be­ing a vacation destination that is ready and open for business. Saba Commissioner Bruce Zagers stated …

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Saba Represented Well at Vakantiebeurs

The Annual Vakantiebeurs, was held last week, January 9th – January 14th 2018 in Utrecht the Netherlands. This is a travel trade show which Saba has been attending for many years. Unfortunately, this year Director of Tourism Glenn Holm could not attend the show due to medical reasons, but Saba …

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Commissioner Wilson outlines his plans for Saba for this year

New homes, the opening of phase-one of the solar park and an im­proved standard of living for all in habitants are part of Commissioner Rolando Wilson’s plans for 2018. In highlighting devel­opments in his portfolio Sabans may expect in 2018, Wilson said the Island Government of Saba is “always striving …

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Multiple projects in 2018 will make Saba more sustainable

The year 2018 will bring about multiple proj­ects and opportunities that will not only help Saba to recover from the hurricanes, but will also assist in build­ing stronger and to make the island more resilient for the future, Saba Commissioner Bruce Zagers announced in a provided outline. Some of the …

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New Years message commissioner Wilson

New Years message commissioner Wilson I would like to wish all my fellow Sabans a happy and prosperous 2018.  Last year we faced many challenges together, and it is because we stood together as a community that we have endured the many tests that were sent our way. I am proud …

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Commissioner Wilson visits restoration of historic well

Commissioner of Culture Rolando Wilson, accompanied by Head of Economic Affairs Dave Levenstone, visited the well down at Well’s Bay on Tuesday’s morning. Commissioner Wilson congratulated and thanked the construction group of Public Works for the great work they have carried out in restoring the well. Wilson reminded them that the well …

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Customs Department has jobs for Sabans

The Caribbean Neth­erlands Customs Depart­ment is seeking three new of­ficers from Saba to increase diversity within the organiza­tion. One of the main bones of contention since Saba became a public entity of the Netherlands, is that high-paying jobs in Government departments such with Cus­toms, the Police and Fire De­partment are …

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