Inspectorate St. Maarten closes down two ‘BBQ hut’ businesses

PHILIPSBURG--Thirteen officers from the Ministry of Tourism, Economic Affairs, Transport and Telecommunication (TEATT) and Ministry of Public Health, Social Development and Labour VSA Inspectorates held simultaneous joint controls at two locations in Philipsburg and one on A.Th. Illidge Road last week Friday.

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‘Crash’

Door prof. dr. F.B.M. Kunneman
Onlangs kwam United Airlines wereldwijd in het nieuws. Gelukkig niet door een gruwelijk ongeluk. Wel was er sprake van een publicitaire crash.

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St. Martin chooses Macron for President of the French Republic

MARIGOT--Centrist candidate Emmanuel Macron emerged the clear choice of voters in St. Martin to be the next President of France as results from the second round of voting in the Presidential Election on Saturday were revealed by the Ministry of the Interior.

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Dutch and Suriname Interpol slip-up, murder suspect walks

PARAMARIBO--Judicial authorities in the Netherlands recently arrested and then released a Dutch man who was wanted by Suriname for murder.

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Central Bank to cap rates at 27 per cent

WILLEMSTAD/PHILIPSBURG--A maximum annual percentage rate (APR) will be included as of May 5 in the Provisions on the Disclosure of Pricing Information on Consumer Credit (APR provisions), which became effective on May 5, 2015, the Central Bank of Curaçao and St. Maarten announced on Friday.

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Emsley Tromp ontkent belastingfraude

WILLEMSTAD - Vandaag heeft het Openbaar Ministerie Curacao aangekondigd de heer Emsley Tromp, president van de Centrale Bank van Curaçao en Sint Maarten, te zullen dagvaarden voor belastingfraude.

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Gratis voorproefje en informatie over mediation Aruba, Bonaire en Curaçao

In de week van 15 mei 2017 komt het CvC (Centrum voor Conflicthantering) naar Aruba, Bonaire en Curaçao!
Kom naar de inzicht-gevende presentatie en workshop over mediation en conflicthantering.

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OM Curacao besluit tot vervolging Tromp wegens belastingfraude

WILLEMSTAD - Het Openbaar Ministerie (OM) Curaçao heeft besloten om Emsley Tromp, de president van de Centrale Bank van Curaçao en Sint Maarten (CBCS), te dagvaarden voor belastingfraude.

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Call for conviction in dead cyclist case

PHILIPSBURG--Witnessed by some of Bas de Haan’s family members in the public stands, as well as by relatives via video connection with the Netherlands, the trial of T.H. (26) started on Thursday.

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Court of Appeal quashes acquittals, sentences three ‘Masbangu’ suspects

PHILIPSBURG--The Court of Appeals, on Wednesday, sentenced three of the four suspects in the so-called “Masbangu case” concerning the buying and selling of votes on behalf of United People’s (UP) party during the September 17, 2010, parliamentary election.

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Launch of Asset Recovery Team St. Maarten

PHILIPSBURG--Government and the Prosecutor’s Office of St. Maarten are collaborating to go after money-launderers and combat illegal activities involving financial gain by these criminals.

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Speech Rafael Boasman launch of Asset Recovery Team

PHILIPSBURG - Speech by the Minister of Justice of Sint Maarten, Rafael Boasman, today at the occasion of the launching of the "Asset Recovery Team Sint Maarten" (Afpakteam Sint Maarten)

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UoC’s College of Music gaat samenwerken met Codarts

WILLEMSTAD/ ROTTERDAM - Het College of Music van de University of Curaçao Dr. Moises da Costa Gomez gaat samenwerken met Codarts in Rotterdam.

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Fiscaal plan Trump ondermijnt verdienmodel Zuidas

AMSTERDAM - Het zijn spannende tijden voor de belastingadvieskantoren op de Amsterdamse Zuidas.

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Nederlands fiscaal beleid inzake crowdfunding in ontwikkeling

NEDERLAND - De Belastingdienst werkt aan een overkoepelend beschrijvend document over de fiscale aspecten van crowdfunding.

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PAR, MAN, PIN reach agreement

WILLEMSTAD - Monday night three political leaders signed an agreement for the formation of a new Government for Curaçao.

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CFT: Budget standards met despite economic stagnation

WILLEMSTAD/PHILIPSBURG--Curaçao, Aruba and St. Maarten succeeded in meeting the standards of financial supervision in 2016 in the face economic adversity, said the Committee for Financial Supervision CFT in its 2016 Annual Report.

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TCB statement on violent death of Adriana Morales

KRALENDIJK - The office of the Tourism Corporation Bonaire (TCB) has sent out a short statement in relation to the violent death of cruise ship employee Adriana Morales.

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Investigation shows that Adriana Morales was stabbed to death

KRALENDIJK - During a press conference called by the so-called ‘Justice Triangle’, the Police Force, Island Governor Edison Rijna and chief Prosecutor Henry Hambeukers for the first time revealed some details about the investigation regarding the disappearance and subsequent murder of Navigator of the Seas crew-member Adriana Morales.

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Venezuela found half million Dollars to donate to Trump inauguration despite economic crisis

WASHINGTON DC, USA – The Venezuelan government may not have enough money to ensure sufficient food, medicine and other necessities for its people, but it found the cash to donate US$500,000 to US President Donald Trump’s inauguration fund.

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